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  1. Hi there, I have recently read a selection of books set in the far east and I have enjoyed all of them. The books included; red lotus, empress orchid, snow flower and the secret fan, memoirs of a geisha and peony in love. I was just wondering if anyone could recommend any other books set in the far east Japan or China etc. They can be fiction or non fiction as I've heard that Wild Swans is good. Thanks in advance
  2. The weather in February in the UK (where I come from) is often dreary, damp and a bit depressing. Recommend me one book for February please, and tell me why. To start this off, I recommend: The Love Detective by Alexandra Potter because: its funny, lively and upbeat. Its set in the warmth of India. Just right to curl up with on a rainy winters day.
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