The Longest Day in Chang’an

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Chang’an, Jan. 14th of lunar month, Tianbao Year 3 (744AD), Tang Dynasty.

For residents of Imperial City, what awaits them when the city enjoys its dazzling brilliance and joy of the Lantern Festival is an unexpected catastrophe that’ll destroy all. Tujue (a nationality in the north of ancient China), Wolfpack, kidnapping, assassination, rampant flames that scorch all…start the gear for the doom of and the Longest Day in Chang’an.

And the only hope lies in a one-eyed convict sentenced to death and the fleeting Twelve Hours…Will Chang’an, the city of prosperity, survive the longest day ever or will it burn…

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The Longest Day in Chang’an: A Race Against Time
Twelve Hours in Chang'an
长安十二时辰
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Dashuai
Dashuai rated it
September 6, 2019
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This novel is a mixture of history and suspense. It is really exciting. There are many mysteries in this book, which intrigues me a lot. The plot is well-paced. Please update more chapters.
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krista3117
krista3117 rated it
July 5, 2019
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I guess, this is a promising novel. Chang’an that the author describes is very attractive and amazing. From these words, I can feel its prosperity, various stores, and merchants from different countries doing business in Chang’an. I really want to see it in my own eyes. Thanks to the translators for picking up this book. The translation quality is also good.
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