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The Chung Kuo series ran to eight of nine planned volumes before the series was cancelled and the author had to prematurely finish the story in the eighth volume, which both he and readers found unsatisfying. In Nicolas Cheetham at Quercus Publishing bought the rights to the series and planned an ambitious reprinting and repackaging of the sequence, 'recasting' it as eighteen shorter novels including a radically re-written finale and an all-new prequel novel, provisionally entitled When China Comes.
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Quercus abandoned the project after Cheetham left, but Cheetham reacquired it for his new publishers, Corvus Atlantic in The reissuing of the series was planned to run from September to May , commencing with the prequel novel, now retitled Son of Heaven. However, this was followed by news of a delay to Spring and the addition of a second prequel novel, Daylight on Iron Mountain. These cookies allow you to explore OverDrive services and use our core features.
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