Atop the fabled mountain of Lushan, celebrated for its temples, capricious mists and plunging ravines, perches a boarding school for the children of British missionaries. As the parents pursue their calling to bring the gospel to China’s most remote provinces, ten-year-old Henrietta S. Robertson discovers that she has been singled out for a divine calling of her own.
In A Land Of Paper Gods has been selected as an Observer Fiction Highlight for 2016, Independent's 2016 Debut Fiction Roundup, Elle's Best New Books for 2016, plus Red Magazine's book of the month for February 2016.
Also available in e-book
Published by Tinder Press, January, 2016