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Nick Hurst’s first novel (his previous book, “Sugong: The Life of a Shaolin Grandmaster,” was a biography of a kung fu master) could more accurately be titled “Falling Into the Floating World.”

Ray is your average English teacher in Tokyo, except that he’s fluent in Japanese and has developed a relationship with Tomoe, whose beauty is surpassed only by her reputation as an artist.

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