Taming Poison Dragons in BBC History Magazine

Taming Poison DragonsNick Rennison at BBC History Magazine has picked Taming Poison Dragons by Tim Murgatroyd in a feature about novels set in China. “Paints a colourful picture of 12th-century China,” writes Rennison.

“Yun Cai is a poet and former courtier, living in exile on his family estates and drowning sorrows in the wine jar. But when a warlord rebels against the emperor and takes one of Yun’s oldest friends hostage, the poet is forced into action.

Interweaving this story with the parallel tale of Yun’s adventures and a love affair as a young man, Tim Murgatroyd’s novel – the first in a trilogy – paints a colourful picture of 12th-century China.”

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