The Thousand Crimes of Ming Tsu Free Audiobook Download by Tom Lin
The Thousand Crimes of Ming Tsu is a monumental and blood-soaked epic of China's most infamous criminal, Ming Tsu. A corrupt official who amasses wealth through the sale of condemned prisoners, his many crimes include forcing prostitutes to eat from his leftovers and poisoning a rival's concubine to death while she is still in bed with him. One night, he has an epileptic seizure that sends him into a murderous frenzy, turning on everyone nearby. In the end, he meets an ignominious end among the pigs in a muddy pit latrine.
A missing Chinese immigrant has been found dead, the victim of a gangland execution. The police find they have no evidence to tie the crime to anyone. That's not how it works in China; family connections are too important and powerful. This is just one of 3000 crimes committed by Ming Tsu, who was born in a village but made good as he climbed the ladder of power and greed.
A 17th century Chinese wu xia world, the Thousand Crimes of Ming Tsu is an epic tale of revenge. Author Tom Lin has created a gripping story about exploring and mastering one's martial arts skills in order to take care of enemies and protect loved ones. The Thousand Crimes of Ming Tsu is a beautiful audiobook that is narrated by Feodor Chin.
The Thousand Crimes of Ming Tchuhuang, is a book of the Chinese classic novel Shui Hu Chuan by Jin Ping Mei. The Thousand Crimes of Ming Tchuhuang was first published in English in 1894 and translated into French in 1896 by Émile Gautier as Le Livre des mille crimes de Ming Tchuhuang. It has also been translated into other languages, including German as Die Hunderte Vergehen des Mandarinen Ming-Tsun, Spanish as El Mil Crímenes del Mandarino Ming-Tsu, and Japanese as 略论明子换山
What made me prefer this book to some of the other books in the genre was the narrator. I'll go ahead and say that Feodor Chin is excellent in his role as Ming Tsu. I don't know what else he did but it wasn't exactly clear but it must have been something subtle because you could tell by his voice alone that he was scared, angry, sad, or any number of emotions.
The Thousand Crimes of Ming Tsu is a Chinese detective story about an alcoholic, Tao Qian. The novel was written by Tom Lin and published in the early 20th century. One day he found himself in the middle of an opium den where he witnessed a crime. This experience helped him develop his crime-solving skills and become a successful detective.
|Duration||9 hours 38 minutes|
|Is It Free?||30-days Free|
|Category||Fiction & Literature|
|Parent Category||Asian American Literature, Action & Adventure, Western|