Till Morning Comes

Till Morning Comes Alone in exotic Chungking beautiful foreign correspondent Stephanie Ryder is warned to keep silent about the atrocities she witnesses in the city s teeming slums Defying a brutal Kuomintang officer

  • Title: Till Morning Comes
  • Author: Han Suyin
  • ISBN: 9780553232707
  • Page: 286
  • Format: Paperback
  • Alone in exotic Chungking, beautiful foreign correspondent Stephanie Ryder is warned to keep silent about the atrocities she witnesses in the city s teeming slums Defying a brutal Kuomintang officer, she is swept to an electrifying first meeting with Dr Jen Yong, a handsome, dedicated and compassionate Chinese surgeon For Yong, a sexual liaison with an American woman coAlone in exotic Chungking, beautiful foreign correspondent Stephanie Ryder is warned to keep silent about the atrocities she witnesses in the city s teeming slums Defying a brutal Kuomintang officer, she is swept to an electrifying first meeting with Dr Jen Yong, a handsome, dedicated and compassionate Chinese surgeon For Yong, a sexual liaison with an American woman could mean a death sentence For Stephanie, an affair with an Asian man would cause an irreparable breach with her Texas millionaire father But just when dangers to threatens to separate them forever, their passion bursts into flame, and carries them on a fabulous romantic journey from the stormy depths of fear and desire, to the moving affirmation that enduring love is truly a many splendored thing

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    1. I learned so much about China reading this book. Our American history classes never covered anything about China or the Communist revolution there so it was all so new - and frequently terrible. This is one of the few books that actually made me cry.

    2. Till Morning Comes (1983) by Han Suyin Added 1/27/09.I'll never forget this book. It told such a touching story.==================================Addendum 3/26/13: description: "Alone in exotic Chungking, beautiful foreign correspondent Stephanie Ryder is warned to keep silent about the atrocities she witnesses in the city's teeming slums. Defying a brutal Kuomintang officer, she is swept to an electrifying first meeting with Dr. Jen Yong, a handsome, dedicated and compassionate Chinese surgeon. [...]

    3. A beautiful love story set in the beginning of the communist revolution in China. I still remember it after reading it over 20 years ago. A sad ending--caught me off-guard.

    4. I read this, oh, probably a good 40 years ago and fell in love with China. Han Suyin became my go-to reading for long plane flights, trips in which I forgot the agony of cramped seating and escaped into the vivid imagery of her prose. It has always surprised me how few people seem to have read her books. She deserves to be widely read.

    5. "I grew up with books and my parents were avid readers. My father would quote Tennyson and was a fan of authors from Leslie Charteris, who wrote the Simon Templar The Saint books, to Han Suyin and Dostoyevsky." - Sumiko Tan

    6. An amazing book. I read it in Spanish in 1985 first, then again in English in the late 90s, and recently for the third time; as I now live in China.This book was the answer to many of my questions about the Chinese people and their culture. And yes, I cried at the end.

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