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The Bondmaid

by Catherine Lim

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The Bondmaid tells the moving story of Han, sold, aged 4 as a bondmaid into the house of Wu, where she forms a close bond with the young heir as she struggles against the forces of trdition and tyranny using the transforming power of love, resulting in a terrifying climax.
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Sensationalist story of sexual slavery in pre-revolutionary china. ( )
  sungene | Oct 30, 2007 |
What could be an interesting story suffers from poor writing and a confusing ending. The characters lack any real depth, and the main character works more as a fairy tale heroine/victim than an engaging protagonist. The sotry is saved from a one-star rating by the tidbits of Singapore folk and ghostlore. ( )
  roach | Jan 1, 2007 |
I registered a book at BookCrossing.com!
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  JosieRivers | Dec 28, 2014 |
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The Bondmaid tells the moving story of Han, sold, aged 4 as a bondmaid into the house of Wu, where she forms a close bond with the young heir as she struggles against the forces of trdition and tyranny using the transforming power of love, resulting in a terrifying climax.

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