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Ail leads Lilian to China to her father's long abandoned other family whose existence she and her Irish American mother never suspected As Lilian begins to fathom her father's dilemma torn between loyalty to his motherland and the love he came to feel for his adopted country she sees how his sense of duty distorted his life But as she starts to understand that Gary too had been betrayed she finds that it is up to her to prevent his tragedy from damaging yet another generation of her famil.

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A Map of BetrayalRk>A Map eBook two familiesWhen Lilian Shang born and raised in America discovers her father's diary after the death of her parents she is shocked by the secrets it contains She knew that her father Gary convicted decades ago of being a mole in the CIA was the most important Chinese spy ever caught But his diary an astonishing chronicle of his journey from Shanghai to Okinawa to Langley Virginia reveals the pain and longing that his double life entailed The tr.

A Map of Betrayal Free read ã 106 Ha Jin is the pen name of Jin Xuefei a novelist poet short story writer and Professor of English at Boston UniversityHa Jin writes in English about China a political decision post Tiananmen Suare.

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  • Julie

    A Map of Betrayal Free read ã 106 A Map of BetrayalI was very excited to read this book and actually voted to include it in our Holiday Catalog But after finishing it I have to say I was so disappointed that I took my nomination away The story is about a Chinese man Gary Shang who grows up in China during WWII He becomes a spy for the Chinese government and takes a job as a translator for the CIA He lives a dual life with a wife in China and his American family in the US and for decades he passes secrets to the Chinese government The novel is trying to depict the inner conflict he feels between his loyalty to his mother country and the admiration to his new home There were several things that bothered me about this book First I did not find Gary Shang to be a sympathetic character Rather than feeling guilt about his be


  • Diane S ☔

    A Map of Betrayal Free read ã 106 A Map of BetrayalWhat has turned out to be a timely read Going to work this morning I heard that the US postal service has been hacked and that the hackers were possibly located in China This is a novel about a man who was a Chinese spy for decadesStarting from 1949 Gary was hired as a translator forma US company eventually ending up in the United States working for Mao and the Chinese government Leaving his young wife in China he was never able to return and eventually encouraged by his handler to start a new family in the US It


  • Mal Warwick

    A Map of Betrayal Free read ã 106 A Map of BetrayalWho is the betrayed and who the betrayer It’s clear from the outset that there’s plenty of blame to spread around in this deeply engaging novel about a Chinese mole in the CIAGary nee Weimin Shang is a young secret agent for Mao Tse Tung’s Communists in the culminating days of the Revolution A graduate of prestigious Tsinghua University in Beijing sometimes referred to as China’s Harvard he is singled out by his handlers to infiltrate an American intelligence unit in Shanghai which later moves to Okinawa then to suburban Washington DC and is finally absorbed into the CIA itself Despite begging his handlers at every turn to permit him to return to his wife and children in rural China Shang is progressively and generously rewarded as he rises through the ranks through three decades He marries an American


  • Jill

    A Map of Betrayal Free read ã 106 A Map of BetrayalAbout a third of the way through A Map of Betrayal Ha Jin writes this about graduate students “They mistook verbosity for elouence and ambiguity for beauty worshipping the evasive and fuzzy while looking down on lucidity and straightforwardness”Indeed Ha Jin himself believes in lucidity and straightforwardness – arguably to a fault His latest book chronicles the story of post war Chinese translator Gary Shang reportedly based on the real world Chinese spy Larry ChinGar


  • Ron Charles

    A Map of Betrayal Free read ã 106 A Map of BetrayalLately we’ve been consumed with how our own government is spying on us but of course there are foreign agents peering at us too My friends in the game say corporate espionage — stealing manufacturing and software secrets — is where the action is now which is enough to make an old spook pine for the Cold War Those were the days when monomaniacal leaders banged on about their superior ideologies and the fate of the earth hung on just one launch code Whatever the wisdom of risking humanity those decades produced some fine le Carré novels and we’ve still got FX’s superb TV drama “The Americans”While that show presents a pair of slick spies from the Soviet Union Ha Jin’s new novel “A Map of Betrayal” looks toward China The action as might be expected from this


  • Barbara

    A Map of Betrayal Free read ã 106 A Map of BetrayalI’m a big fan of Ha Jin To have originated in China his English language skills are amazing Perhaps I find all his novels interesting because


  • Dianelw

    A Map of Betrayal Free read ã 106 A Map of BetrayalThis is a novel that doesn't uite work for me as either a compelling spy story or as a fictional doorway into history although that is the main reason to read it It provides the author with a platform to reflect on US China interactions during the second half of the 20th century and to present aspects of the Chinese American experience It's an okay read but not a book I would


  • Susan

    A Map of Betrayal Free read ã 106 A Map of BetrayalI thought Ha Jin's Waiting was a work of brilliance This book is solid but nothing approaching that level of skill wit and drama The characters are excellent and interesting The book alternates between the present the story of Lilian's discovery about her father and the past her father's story I liked both Lilian and Gary a lot but there is something missing in Lillian She seems to merely be the person who needs to be there to tell the story Gary is better drawn and the most interesting person in the book If you are a China historian or familiar with some of the events of the 1950s and 1960s in Sino American relations you might see in the discussions of these events I know enough but I wondered if I might find it all a lot clever if I really knew the events and could therefore see how he was shifting them or being clever I also felt there were patronizing moments about both the US and China and I had trouble figuring out if that was on purpose Perhaps a reflection of my


  • Susan

    A Map of Betrayal Free read ã 106 A Map of BetrayalA Map of Betrayal the story of Gary Shang a Chinese spy who served as a translator for the CIA is a slow paced account of Gary’s activities from 1949 to 1980 and his daughter’s search to discover who her father really was Accounts of the progress of relations between China and Russia were interesting but the book moved at an uneven pace freuently getting bogged down in details such as food or clothing which didn’t serve to add to the focus of the story the conflict Gary felt between his loyalties to his homeland and the affection he had come to feel for his adopted home of America


  • Nancy Brisson

    A Map of Betrayal Free read ã 106 A Map of BetrayalIt’s difficult to believe that you are reading fiction when you read A Map of Betrayal by Ha Jin You may also entertain the preconceived notion that you find foreign books