Crow, The: Temple of Night

Crow, The: Temple of Night


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Crow, The: Temple of Night by S P. Somtow

The Eternal One

At our human limits, when we've gone as for as flesh and imagination can take us, we meet the Eternal One.

The Crow.

His alabaster delicate features tell of his ivory goddess ancestry. Immemorially old, and inconsolable, he is there only for those who seek both revenge and love, and are willing to go all the way-and beyond.

Temple of Night

Turn-of-the-century Bangkok is a glittering modern city where high-tech industry and ancient mystery meet. It is a powerhouse of international finance by day ... and a playground of depravity by night. The Klong Toey shantytowns are home to shadowy eroticemporiums, where millionaire celebrities act out their darkest sexual fantasies, protected by money, influence, and American diplomacy.

Enter a young American journalist, assigned to expose the latest cover-up. Stephen is about to break the two cardinal rules of journalism: Don't fall in love. And don't get killed....

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780061073489
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 11/03/1999
Series: Crow Series
Pages: 240
Sales rank: 1,332,787
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.50(d)
Age Range: 9 - 13 Years

About the Author

S.P. Somtow is the author of numerous novels and short stories, including Darker Angels and Vampire Junction. He has directed two feature movies, for which he has composed original scores. He has homes in California and Thailand.

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Guest More than 1 year ago
I don't know why some people find this book ugly from all the other 'The Crow' books that have ever been published. I've read it once and it took me 5 weeks to finish reading it. This book is probably the best one I've read; it's dark, gothic, bloody (or morbid) and I like it. It shows a lot about the poverty side of Thailand, and it reflects on almost every country I know, especially the slums' side. It's a great book! I reccomend it. ^_^