Quote: Across The Nightingale Floor, “The Less People Think…”


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“The less people think of you, the more they will reveal to you or in your presence.”

 
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Review: Across The Nightingale Floor By Lian Hearn


ONE BOY. ONE JOURNEY. ONE HIDDEN DESTINY.

Heavily inspired by Japanese folklore, the first book of Lian Hearn’s Tales Of The Otori, is full of eastern promise.

 

Book CoverAcross The Nightingale Floor
(Tales Of The Otori, Book 1)

Lian Hearn

Genre: Historical Fantasy, Young Adult
Publisher: Macmillan
Format: Paperback, 320 Pages
Date: 2nd April 2004 (First Published 2002)

ISBN-10: 033041528X
ISBN-13: 978-0330415286

 
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Across The Nightingale Floor is a tale of revenge, love, betrayal, duty, treachery, honour and destiny in a fictional land known as the Three Countries, which bears an uncanny resemblance to—but is not—feudal Japan. Its narrative unfolds from the viewpoint of the story’s two protagonists, a teenage boy and girl from very different worlds.

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Quote: Across The Nightingale Floor, “Those Bright Eyes Met Mine.”


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Those bright eyes met mine. I knew at once two things about him: first, that he was afraid of nothing in heaven or on earth; second, that he loved to kill for the sake killing. Now that he had seen me there was no hope.

 
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