Although the first edition of the novel dates back to the last decade of the XX” century, it is one of the works that readers are unsatisfied with. Why? The reason is very simple-the events depicted in the work reveal the mysteries of politics and society.
While reading readers will get acquainted with the life and work of the main hero. It truly reflects the hardships, political activities, and family relationships that an ordinary rural child experienced during the period leading up to the level of a state-level politician.
When a man of power, no matter who he is, comes to power, he first aims for nobility and self-sacrifice. It is a question of time whether he turns his land into a flourishing garden, flowerbed, tulip field, or nothing at all.
Approaching the end of the work, readers are immersed in deep thought, too. To put it simply, whoever reads this novel finds what he has been looking for.