- Does memory have another place to go? Somewhere as old as time and as silent as death.
A horse, with a woodcut engraving of the God praying for good luck, is bought by Yunnan people in July and half and the Spring Festival to burn paper to pray for peace. The Miduxie family has another set of secret Jia horse paper, which can only be driven by a part of the family with the power of "dreaming". Xie family to a horse peep at the past of others, for people to heal the heart injury, solve the heart knot.
Xie Ye, a 19-year-old boy, traveled from Yunnan to Shanghai in search of his birth mother, who left her family and returned to Shanghai after giving birth to him. Xie Ye saw a family photo album of retired professor Su Huaishu of Fudan University by chance, which had photos of Su Huaishu when she was a girl studying at the Southwest United University. The young man who took a photo with her was actually the most legendary man in the Xie family, whom he called "little Grandpa". Out of curiosity, Xie Ye tried to explore the little grandpa's past, and therefore met Su Huaishu's granddaughter An Yue. Together, the two young men embark on a journey that leads them to an unexpected place.
The novel spans the Southwest United University, the Jinghong Farm of the educated youth, and Shanghai before the millennium. The answer to Xie's single-minded inquiry into why his mother abandoned the family was crueler than he had expected.
About the author
Silent voice, writer, translator. Born in Yunnan Province in the 1980s, he moved to Shanghai. Writing science fiction debut, in recent years, the creation of more mixed reality and fantasy, has published novels "Moonlight flower", "next to the character", "Aunt's spring, summer, autumn and winter", "Aunt's Spring, summer, autumn and winter" won the Shanghai Writers Association 2015 outstanding novel. He has also translated many Japanese novels and non-fiction works such as "Modern Times", "Tada Convenience House in front of Real poro Station", "The Legend of the Red Leaf Family", "Kyoto Life" and "Freezing Point", and has written Japanese literature and culture-related articles for a long time, and hosted the "Moyin Eat wine to Go" public account. "A Horse" is a novel that she wrote in eight years.