Pearson English Readers Level 6

Snow Falling On Cedars

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Author(s): David Guterson

Status: Available Now

Language: British English

Edition: Latest Edition

High School - University/Adult

TOEIC®: 730

CEFR: C1

GSE: 64

Headwords: 3,000

Word Count: 35,501

ISBN: 9781405882736
10-digit: 1405882735

Pages: 128

Genre: Contemporary Story

Level: Advanced


It is 1954 and Kabuo Miyamoto is on trial for murder. He is a Japanese American living on the island of San Piedro, off the north-west coast of America. The Second World War has left an atmosphere of anger and suspicion in this small community. Will Kabuo receive a fair trial? And will the true cause of the victim's death be discovered?
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Level Title ISBN Price Price Incl. Tax
6 Snow Falling On Cedars 9781405882736 ¥ 810 ¥ 891
6 Snow Falling on Cedars (MP3 Audio CD Pack) 9781292140537 ¥ 2,360 ¥ 2,596
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