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    The Mountain Master of Sha Tin

    This was one of the best reads I had in a long time! It kept me up late. I am a fan of Ian Hamilton and this one kept me going!
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    Mountain Master of Sha Tin

    The characters just keep getting stronger and the plotlines more engaging. Pace is wonderful and descriptive narrative of all locales is wonderful. Keep Ava going for as long as she can!
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    Lots of action

    I felt like this one showed the two sides to Ava’s character - and I don’t know if I’m in love with her dark side. I wonder if Pang Fai will be able to see past it.
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    Better & Better!

    Ian Hamilton has breathed life into the character known as Ava Lee, a heroic figure with deep personal thoughts. Each book increases the wish to know a little more about her and Hamilton never disappoints. Set primarily in Asian locales, these books add to the mystique of life in these more ancient civilizations, which have adapted western culture and thrived even more through assimilation. The characters show they are much as we are (in the west) but often are more committed to ensuring they respect others and earn respect through relying on others and building “family” wherever they can.
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    The Mountain Master of Sha Tin

    Yeah! The Ava from earlier novels is back, excellent story, hard to put down. Thanks.
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