A Woman of Angkor
By John Burgess
A Woman of Angkor is a historical novel set in 12th Century Cambodia when the powerful Angkor Empire ruled much of Indochina. Telling the story of Sray and her family during the building of the magical temple of Angkor Wat, the period is bought to life. John le Carré says John Burgess stirs the imagination and excites our historical interest.
About the author:
John Burgess is a journalist and ex-Deputy Foreign Editor of the Washington post with a fascination in Cambodia and Angkor. He is a frequent visitor to both. This is his second book on Cambodia and Angkor, his first being a non-fiction book, Stories in Stone, recounting the decoding of inscription stones pertaining to Angkor’s history
Size 140 x 210 mm