Category Archives: Heaven Reviews

Review by Michael Dirda of The Washington Post

Guy Gavriel Kay’s historical fantasy, “Under Heaven,” reviewed by Michael Dirda Review by Michael Dirda of The Washington Post. Reproduced with kind permission. Guy Gavriel Kay’s “Under Heaven” isn’t quite historical fiction, nor is it quite fantasy. It’s set in … Continue reading

Review by novelist Midori Snyder

Under Heaven by Guy Gavriel Kay Review by novelist Midori Snyder of http://msnyder.typepad.com/the_labyrinth/. Reproduced with kind permission. The opening chapter of Guy Gavriel Kay’s novel Under Heaven (set in an imagined T’ang China), introduces Shen Tai, a man embarked on … Continue reading

Review by Robert J. Wiersema for The Globe and Mail

Worlds Apart Review by Robert J. Wiersema for The Globe and Mail. Reproduced with kind permission. Shen Tai is the second son of General Shen Gao, one of the most distinguished military leaders of the Kitan Empire. Following his father’s … Continue reading

Review by Ilana Teitelbaum for The Huffington Post

An Epic of Tang Dynasty China: “Under Heaven” by Guy Gavriel Kay Review by Ilana Teitelbaum for The Huffington Post. Reproduced with kind permission. The beginning of “Under Heaven,” the latest offering by award-winning Canadian author Guy Gavriel Kay, can … Continue reading

Under Heaven – NYT Book Supplement to the Toronto Star