From the bestselling author of The Silence of God comes a new LDS historical novel that reveals the harrowing true story of a former general in the Chinese army who became one of the first converts to the Church in Hong Kong. This compelling drama unfolds through the eyes of a teenage girl, Wen-Shan, who was taken from her family home in mainland China during the Cultural Revolution to live with her great-uncle the former general. For ten years, Wen-Shan has carried the sorrow of abandonment in her heart, with few memories of her life before. But at the death of Chairman Mao, Wen-Shan receives a mysterious wooden box that reveals the fate of the family she has not heard from in more than a decade. Through the letters in the jade dragon box, Wen-Shan and her great-uncle discover a bond between each other, their family, and the gospel of Jesus Christ.