The Phoenix Crown Review |Summary |Pdf/E-Book

Kate Quinn is a certifiable skilled author, as well as a maker, at making The Phoenix Crown she shows insightful visual images of the ordinary everyday presence of striking women. You know what I’m talking about expecting that you have examined any of her other significantly acclaimed books. Along with writer Janie Chang, Quinn recounts the tales of four tough ladies in this book: a youthful Chinese seamstress, a craftsman, a botanist, and a drama vocalist. They by and large got together in San Francisco not long before the deadly 1906 quake that toppled the city.

An entire book could have elucidated any of these captivating women independently, in any case, they are totally associated together by a degenerate monetary expert who uses his wealth and effect to get anything he wants, whether or not it anticipates that he should lie, cheat, take, or maybe murder.

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From bestselling authors Janie Chang and Kate Quinn, a thrilling and unforgettable narrative about the intertwined lives of two wronged women, spanning from the chaos of the San Francisco earthquake to the glittering palaces of Versailles.

San Francisco, 1906. In a city bustling with newly minted millionaires and scheming upstarts, two very different women hope to change their fortunes: Gemma, a golden-haired, silver-voiced soprano whose career desperately needs rekindling, and Suling, a petite and resolute Chinatown embroideress who is determined to escape an arranged marriage. Their paths cross when they are drawn into the orbit of Henry Thornton, a charming railroad magnate whose extraordinary collection of Chinese antiques includes the fabled Phoenix Crown, a legendary relic of Beijing’s fallen Summer Palace.

His patronage offers Gemma and Suling the chance of a lifetime, but their lives are thrown into turmoil when a devastating earthquake rips San Francisco apart and Thornton disappears, leaving behind a mystery reaching further than anyone could have imagined . . . until the Phoenix Crown reappears five years later at a sumptuous Paris costume ball, drawing Gemma and Suling together in one last desperate quest for justice.

The Phoenix Crown Summary and Review:

In 1906, before a huge earthquake, San Francisco was a bustling city on the West Coast. The disaster destroyed over thirty thousand buildings, including famous places like The Palace Hotel and Grand Opera House. Thirteen days before the quake, Gemma, an opera singer, visits her friend Nellie, a painter, and meets Alice, a botanist, and Suling, who plans to escape an arranged marriage.

They all stay in a boarding house on Taylor Street and know a man named Henry Thornton. He’s a rich railway tycoon with a collection of Chinese antiques. Henry offers to support Gemma’s singing and pays Suling for her embroidery skills. However, the women start questioning Henry’s actions and wonder about Reggie Reynolds.

Then, the earthquake happens, and Henry escapes. Five years later, Alice discovers that Henry has The Phoenix Crown, a stolen artifact. The women determined not to let him escape again, travel from America to Paris to expose his deceitful plans.

This book is recommended by us with 4.5/5 stars. Amazing story and thrilling mysteries you have never gone through.

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