Fox Volant of the Snowy Mountain
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Fox Volant of the Snowy Mountain

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The story took place in Snowy Mountain in the coldest part of Manchuria, one Winter's morning in 1781. The Dragon Lodge party ran into the Horse Spring Banditry who were there to unearth a buried casket. They were waylaid yet by the Peking Overland Convoy. All three parties had designs on the metal casket, supposedly housing a poniard, which was an heirloomof the Martial B...more
Paperback, 416 pages
Published June 28th 1996 by The Chinese University Press (first published 1959)
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Quân Khuê
Rất tự hào vì đoán được đây là Tuyết Sơn Phi Hồ :)
To a Western audience largely unfamiliar with wuxia novels, Jin Yong's work is probably best described as being similar to Ang Lee's 2000 film "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon." Suffice to say, if you liked "Crouching Tiger," you will probably like Jin Yong.
Bear in mind, however, that reading Jin Yong without understanding Confucianism, Buddhism or Taoism is like reading C.S. Lewis without understanding Christianity, so it might be worthwhile to Wikipedia the basic tenets of those beliefs before...more
I really like the structure of this book. It all takes place in one day, but the narrated events span 3 generations. With a nod to the likes of Decameron, the bulk of the novel is of numerous parties stuck on a cliff, waiting for the mysterious "Flying Fox" and telling stories about him, the various ancestral conflicts and mysteries, and because this is a Martial Arts novel, a hidden treasure trove.

After carving out a heroic image of the Flying Fox, his actual appearance seems flat. This is als...more
Ooi Ghee Leng
I always love how Louis Cha portrays life in extreme weather and conditions!
Michele De donno
The two things that I love in this book are the characters (especially Miao Renfeng) and the end of the book
Mustofa Ibrahim
Lagi membaca ini buku versi saduran OKT tapi sayang langsung nomer 4 alias gak dari satu .... :(
Robyn Paterson
At it's core it's a good story, but the translation leaves a lot to be desired.
Nấm Hương
đọc rồi mắc công thắc mắc đao có chém xuống hay không ._.
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Louis Cha, GBM, OBE (born 6 February 1924), better known by his pen name Jin Yong (金庸, sometimes read and/or written as "Chin Yung"), is a modern Chinese-language novelist. Having co-founded the Hong Kong daily Ming Pao in 1959, he was the paper's first editor-in-chief.

Cha's fiction, which is of the wuxia ("martial arts and chivalry") genre, has a widespread following in Chinese-speaking areas, in...more
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