Shangri-La by Eleanor Cooney
The Return to the World of Lost Horizon

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An epic sequel to James Hilton's classic 1933 novel finds Hugh Conway back in Tibet during China's Cultural Revolution, marshalling his forces to forestall a Chinese general who is determined to plunder the riches of Shangri-La. By the authors of Court of the Lion.

About Eleanor Cooney

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Eleanor Cooney has published four novels. She lives in Mendocino, California.
Published May 1, 1996 by William Morrow & Co.. 324 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Conway may stay only ten days in the outside world without aging, but in that time he falls in love with a young girl, Zhang's daughter, Ma Li.

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Hugh Conway, the British diplomat who in Hilton's original became high lama of Shangri-la, must reenter the world in order to foil a Chinese general who, in the midst of plundering Tibet, gets wind of the fabled land whose inhabitants can live for centuries.

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