Signed First Edition "Saving Fish from Drowning" Amy Tan
First Edition Signed by the author Amy Tan. This is number 128 of only 1,450 limited edition copies.
Amy Tan's fifth novel takes a group of travelers and strands them in the jungles of Myanmar when a bridge they are crossing collapses. There, they tangle with a local tribe who declare one of their party a god who can save them from the ruthless militarist regime. The tourists include an expert on tropical plants, a famous dog trainer, a teenage boy, and the narrator the ghost of a woman who was prevented from joining the tour by her sudden death.
During an ill-fated trip to Myanmar, eleven American tourists are abducted by a renegade tribe that believes that Rupert, a surly teenager with the group, is the reincarnation of their god Younger White Brother, who has returned to save them from their country's militaristic government, in a novel narrated by the ghost of the murdered woman who had set up the trip.
This book is in Fine Condition and appears to have never been read. It has a beautiful, tight, clean copy with no names, dates, notations or former owner's book plates.It also comes with original COA to guarantee signature authenticity and documentation. (The only time we list a First Addition Book as Excellent Condition is if it is still in its plastic wrap and never been opened.)
Easton Press, Norwalk, Ct. 2005