Fiction From Thailand – No Novel You Can’t Find In A Book Store
Fiction Thai is a popular term that describes creative literature that uses elements often found in other contemporary literary genres such as science fiction. The term is also applied in the context of non-fiction, that can be an essay about Thailand, a book about Thailand and so forth. In recent years, however, fiction Thai has become increasingly popular among young writers and artists who are looking to express themselves creatively through their art. Many authors have been inspired to create stories, novels and comic books based on places in Thailand that they have visited or who have fond memories of visiting. As a result, an increasing number of Thai writers are exploring the genre of fiction Thai. Following is an explanation of some of the fiction Thai that is available today.
Legend of a Master: This classic story takes place in a modern Thai city in the early twentieth century. A young woman who comes to the city of Chiang Mai with the dream of learning magic is whisked away by a well-dressed and handsome street vendor to a small village on the edge of the Himalayas where she becomes a part of the story. There, she meets the story’s central character who is a powerful sorceress who preys on vulnerable girls. She falls in love with her and teaches her many magic tricks before being kidnapped by the villain.
The Pirate’s Wife: This story takes place in Bangkok. A young woman, a secretary to a prominent pirate, gets herself into trouble when her employer is accused of embezzling millions of dollars. He is sentenced to life imprisonment, but thanks to the efforts of some unexpected people, he escapes. The novel explores the darker side of the legal system in Southeast Asia and the lives of those who are affected by it. The novel eventually ends with the story moving to another region of Thailand.
The Night Circus: This fictional series takes place in Bangkok and its many colorful characters are drawn from real life. An English-speaking Chinese girl accidentally gets mixed up in the story, while taking a trip to the United States and end up having to deal with Chinese men, who are after her. She has to learn to adjust to the strange way of life in a strange town.
The Fat Girl: The story begins in a rural community near Bangkok. A middle-aged woman with diabetes is treated like a queen in a nursing home. When a new patient arrives, she begins to change. In order to get her back, she must endure intense physical and mental tests that are designed to determine her biological make-up. This is the first of several novels featuring the Fat Girl, and it was first published as a non-fiction book in 2021.
The Code of Women: This novel depicts a group of female agents sent to Thailand under the guidance of an American agent for an undercover assignment. As they investigate a series of kidnappings for which they are the main suspects, they uncover a conspiracy that involves a top Thai official. In order to protect themselves, they allow the agent into their midst. The Code of Women spans a number of chapters as the main characters all change somewhat over time. While the novel does not have a clear villain, this is an exciting and suspenseful story that many readers will find enjoyable.
The Ridges of Ice and Fire: A science-fictional thriller, The Ridges of Ice and Fire takes place in a faraway land where icefalls exist and dragons have magical powers. Captured by an evil organization, four agents are forced onto a train. Traveling across the continent, they fight against a band of marauding pagans and against other fiends of the darkness.
Of course, there are many more tales to be written about Thailand. Some of the stories will be set in and around Bangkok, while others will take place on islands or off the coast. If you are a fan of fiction written in the Thai language, then you will want to check these books out. Many libraries have a number of these books, and they make excellent gifts for people who enjoy reading about travel and adventure.