The Feng Shui Detective Goes West

The Feng Shui Detective Goes West

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Feng shui master C.F. Wong has never been to the West, but he knows he doesn't like it. It is unquestionably full of Westerners, with their large noses and their disgusting food and their habit-he has seen it many times in movies-of fighting with each other on top of speeding trains. And yet C.F. is going to England. The Family has been having a bad time. The Family needs a feng shui master. Only Wong can bring balance to Buckingham Palace.
Publisher: New York : Felony & Mayhem Press, 2011.
Edition: First Felony & Mayhem edition.
Copyright Date: ©2008
ISBN: 9781934609798
Branch Call Number: VIT
Characteristics: 226 pages ; 21 cm.
Additional Contributors: Vittachi, Nury 1958- Mr. Wong goes west.

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bookfanatic1979 Aug 13, 2013

Charming, without being overly “Eastern” in philosophy. If you—like me—don’t know the first thing about feng shui (except how to pronounce it), don’t let that stop you from giving these books a try. I think the best part of these books are Wong’s parables. I love the address of “Blade of Grass” at the closing of each one.

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