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  • Jin Yong

    A Bond Undone is the second audiobook in Jin Yong's epic Chinese classic and phenomenon Legends of Condor Heroes series, published in the US for the first time! In the Jin capital of Zhongdu, Guo Jing learns the truth of his father’s death and finds he is now betrothed, against his will, to two women. Neither of them is his sweetheart Lotus Huang. Torn between following his heart and fulfilling his filial duty, Guo Jing journeys through the country of his parents with Lotus, encountering mysterious martial heroes and becoming drawn into the struggle for the supreme martial text, the Nine Yin Manual. But his past is catching up with him. The widow of an evil man he accidentally...read more

  • Jin Yong

    The epic Chinese classic and phenomenon published in the US for the first time! Featured in iO9's 2019 Fall Preview. A fantastical generational saga and kung fu epic, Jin Yong's A Hero Born is the classic novel of its time, stretching from the Song Empire (China 1200 AD) to the appearance of a warlord whose name will endure for eternity: Genghis Khan. Filled with an extraordinary cast of characters, A Hero Born is a tale of fantasy and wonder, love and passion, treachery and war, betrayal and brotherhood. And then a hero is born... After his father, a Song patriot, was murdered, Guo Jing and his mother fled to the plains and joined Genghis Khan and his people. Loyal, humble...read more

  • Yong Jin

    Wei Xiaobao, born in a prostitute in Yangzhou in the early Qing dynasty, saves Mao Shiba by a sudden bravery. At that time, Mao Shiba is a hero in jianghu but meets with a misfortune. After Wei Xiaobao follows Mao Shiba to the capital, Beijing through a series of adventures, he enters the imperial palace and pretends to be a eunuch by accident. There he gets acquainted with little Kangxi Emperor, the ruler of the Qing Empire, and assists him to beat Oboi and finally settles the wars and disputes. Due to his great achievements, Wei Xiaobao becomes the favorite person in the palace. But Kangxi Emperor later discovers Wei Xiaobao’s relationship with the Tiandihui ("Heaven and Earth Society")...read more

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    In the Qing dynasty during the reign of the Qianlong Emperor, the flying fox, Hu Fei, is a young martial artist who inherits his father Hu Yidao’s forthrightness. With excellent martial arts, he eliminates the evil and protects good people. To deliver justice for the poor man Zhong A’si who died unfairly, and he chases the bully Feng Tiannan all the way. Though he is green, he is not afraid of the evil or avid for richness, but seeks justice and helps the weak. At last, the evil is killed, but his sworn sibling Cheng Lingsu, who loves him deeply, is poisened to death to save him, while his Miss Right Yuan Ziyi becomes a buddhist nun, leaving him alone to sigh and...read more

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    The Jurchen younger prince turns out to be Yang Kang, the son of Yang Tiexin. After he learns his true heritage and the death of his parents, Yang Kang leaves distressfully. Guo Jing and Huang Rong come across“Nine fingered Divine Beggar” Hong Qigong and takes him as their master. In Gui Yun Villa at Lake Tai, they meet with Yang Kang, who is confined there. Yang Kang promises Guo Jing that he will break up with Jin dynasty and they become sworn brothers. However, he betrays Guo Jing for wealth, fame and glory. Failing to assassinate Wanyan Honglie, Guo Jing goes to Peach Blossom Island with Huang Rong and accidentally learns the esoteric martial art book Nine Yin...read more

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    During Southern Song dynasty, tragedy strikes the patriotic Guo and Yang families and the two pregnant ladies have been taken captive. To search for the martyrs’ descendants, Qiu Chuji, a Quanzhen Taoist, makes a deal with the Seven Freaks of Jiangnan, agreeing that each side should find one descendent and instruct the child without reservation. And they will hold a match for the children from two families after eighteen years. Guo Jing, a candid young man, goes south with his master from Mongolia and meets Huang Rong, the daughter of Eastern Heretic on his way. The two adolescents fall in love at first sight and learn the Eighteen Dragon Subduing Palms of the Beggars’ Sect. Yang Kang,...read more

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    The great martial artist Hu Yidao’s son, Hu Fei, is warm-hearted and hates the evil very much. To deliver justice for the victim Zhong A’si, he fights in Foshan town aiming to kill the bully Feng Tiannan. During the chasing process, he meets the young maiden Yuan Ziyi, a girl with excellent kung fu, and fells in loves with her. Hu Fei fights the evil and helps the week, but is tricked to be involved in a...read more

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    The great martial artist Miao Renfeng has been tricked by an enemy and temporarily blinded by a deadly poison. To make up for his mistake, Hu Fei finds Cheng Lingsu, an apprentice of a deceased medicine guru known as the "King of Venoms" to cure Miao Renfeng. When Miao Renfeng regains his sight, he confesses that he did kill Hu Yidao unintentionally several years ago. Hu Fei is filled with sorrow and he leaves with Cheng Lingsu. While travelling together, they happen to hear Fu Kang’an's plot to instigate turmoil in the wulin. With the help of Yuan Ziyi, the trio disrupt the election for a new leader of the wulin, and Hu Fei kills Feng Tiannan in the riot. Everything seems to turn better,...read more

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    A precious saber of the Dashing King Li Zicheng reappears in the world. It is said that he who gets the saber will be able to find the treasure of the Dashing King. A group of martial artists begin to fight for it. Midway during their tussle, the martial artists are overpowered and coerced by a highly skilled monk, Baoshu, to travel to a manor at the top of Jade Brush Peak. In the manor, they start telling stories of the past, such as the feud among Hu, Miao, Fan and Tian families, whose ancestors are the four bodyguards under the Dashing King, the world-shocking duel between Hu Yidao and Miao Renfeng, the mysterious death of Hu Yidao. All these events shows the treacherous characters of...read more

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    Duan Yu is a young prince of the Dali Kingdom. To defy his family’s tradition of practising martial arts, he runs away from home to Wuliang Mountain and ends up mastering powerful martial skills by coincidence. During his adventures, he encounters two young maidens – Zhong Ling and Mu Wanqing, and becomes romantically involved with them. However, each of them is revealed to be actually his half-sister due to Duan Zhengchun's secret affairs with other women in the past. Jiu Mozhi fights with the monks in Tianlong Temple, in order to seize the map of Six Meridians Divine Sword which belongs to Tianlong Temple in Dali. Duan Yu happens to master Six Meridians Divine Sword and beats Jiu...read more

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    Duan Yu is brought to the house of Murong family in Gusu, and saved by the two maidens of Murong family A Zhu and A Bi. The three come together to Mantuo manor, where Duan Yu falls in love with Wang Yuyan at first sight and follows her. Later he becomes sworn brothers with Qiao Feng, the leader of the Beggars’ Sect. Qiao Feng falls from grace after he is revealed to be a Khitan, and his step parents and teacher are killed. He is extremely sad. To save A Zhu’s life, he fights with other notable martial aritists in Juxian village and breaks up with other heroes in the...read more

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    Qiao Feng is cheated by the wife of Ma Dayuan, and mistakenly kills A Zhu when she disguises herself as Duan Zhengchun, her father. Qiao Feng promises A Zhu to take care of her younger sister A Zi. A Zi is an apprentice of Old Freak of Xingxiu Ding Chunqiu, and she is evil at the beginning. Qiao Feng hurts her by mistake, and to cure her illness, he takes her to northeastern China. There he saves the Liao emperor, Yelü Hongji, becomes sworn brothers with him, and helps him suppress a rebellion. In return, Yelü Hongji entitles Qiao Feng as Nanyuan king of Liao...read more

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    Wuyazi, the leader of the Carefree Sect, wants to seek a smart and capable apprentice, so he sets the Zhenlong weiqi formation. Xuzhu breaks it by coincidence, inherits the powers of Wuyazi, and becomes the new leader of the Carefree Sect. Later, he encounters Tianshan Tonglao and is brought to the royal palace of Xixia, and eventually succeeds her as the ruler of Lingjiu Palace. Later, he and Duan Yu become sworn...read more

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    Xuzhu returns to Shaolin Temple, and swears to be brothers with Duan Yu and Qiao Feng in face of all the heroes of jianghu. During the Shaolin battle, the truths of Qiaofeng and Xuzhu’s birth are revealed. The Liao emperor plans to invade Song, but Qiao refuses and attempts to dissuade him to prevent bloodshed. So the Liao emperor imprisons Qiao Feng. Impressed by Qiao Feng’s righteousness, the heroes in the mainland go to Liao to rescue Qiao Feng. Qiao Feng and Duan Yu catch the Liao emperor and force him to promise that there will be no war between Song and Liao for as long as he...read more

  • Yong Jin

    During the Northern Song dynasty, a number of kingdoms, like Song, Liao, Western Xia, Dali, exist and have fights constantly. Duan Yu, the son of Zhennan king of Dali Kingdom in Yunnan, comes to Wuliang Mountain to escape from studying martial arts. By chance, he learns some odd martial arts, later is caught and brought to Jiangnan by Jiu Mozhi, the Imperial Advisor of Tufan Kingdom, and then he becomes sworn brothers with Qiao Feng, the chief of the largest sect—Beggars’ Sect. Qiao Feng is blamed for his Khitan origin, and falls from grace all in a sudden. To find the truth about his birth, Qiao Feng travels around to find clues, but hurt and framed by bad people several times, and he...read more

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    Yang Tiexin and Guo Xiaotian, the later generations of two loyal and honest families, are brutally killed. To search for their widows and children, their friend Qiu Chuji makes a deal with the Seven Freaks of Jiangnan, agreeing that each side should find one descendent and teach the child with martial arts. And a match will be held for the two children after eighteen years. The Seven Freaks of Jiangnan find Guo Jing, son of Guo Xiaotian, in Mogolia. They trains and nurtures the boy carefully. Thanks to the guidance from many aces, Guo Jing, though being slow-witted, manages to make great development in martial arts and is appointed as the prince consort by Genghis Khan. In order to keep his...read more

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    Hong Qigong is badly hurt by Ouyang Feng and passes his position as the Beggars’ Sect’s chief to Huang Rong. Then, Huang Rong goes to the Beggars’ Convention with Guo Jin. Yang Kang comes to Yue Zhou as well and makes use of the Dog Beating Staff to usurp the position as the Beggars’ Sect’s chief. Huang Rong fights against Yang Kang using both her wits and courage and successfully exposes his plot. Searching for the Book of Wumu, Guo Jing and Huang Rong arrive at the Iron Palm Sect and come across the chief of the Iron Palm Sect Qiu Qianren. Huang Rong is badly...read more

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    Thanks to Reverend Yideng, Huang Rong completely recovers. Ganging up with Yang Kang, Ouyang Feng slips into Peach Blossom Island and kills five of the Seven Freaks of Jiangnan, who are on the Island as guests. They frame Huang Yaoshi for the assassination, making Guo Jing and Huang Rong break up. Using her wit and wisdom, Huang Rong discloses that the real murderers are Ouyang Feng and Yang Kang. However, she is held captive by Ouyang Feng. Searching for Huang Rong, Guo Jing comes to Mongolia, helping Genghis Khan in the Mongol campaign against the Khwarezmid Empire. However, he refuses to help Genghis Khan to invade the Song Empire. His mother commit suicide so as to assure the loyalty of...read more

  • Yong Jin

    Wei Xiaobao, the child of a prostitute in Yangzhou, shows great interest in heroes since childhood. Once he saves Mao Shiba and follows him to Beijing, but is taken into the palace by accident. He cast tricks and makes the old eunuch Hai Dafu blind, and even kills Xiaoguizi, a little eunuch. He then pretends to be Xiaoguizi and stays in the palace. There he encounters little Kangxi Emperor, who claims himself as Xiaoxuanzi at that time, and makes good friends with Kangxi. With Wei Xiaobao’s assistance, Kangxi sets a trap and catches Oboi. Later, Oboi is killed by Wei Xiaobao and Wei Xiaobao therefore becomes the head of the Tiandihui ("Heaven and Earth...read more

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    Wei Xiaobao accidentally knows the secret that the Empress Dowager is the spy of Mystic Dragon Cult, and he learns from her that Shunzhi Emperor, the father of Kangxi, has become a monk in Mount Wutai. To prevent against Kangxi, Wei Xiaobao informs Kangxi of what he knows. After knowing that, Kangxi immediately dispatches Wei Xiaobao to Mount Wutai in search for Shunzhi Emperor. Wei Xiaobao encounters Shuang’er on the way there. They go to Mount Wutai together and finally finds Shunzhi in Qingliang Temple. But unfortunately, they are hijacked to the Liaodong Snake Island. There, Wei Xiaobao luckily gains the trust of Hong Antong, the cult’s leader, by his cunning and excellent...read more