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Book ratings by Goodreads. This book is not without it’s flaws, but it is a good samurai story.
El honor del samurai / Autumn Bridge
Through out the story, Uonor advisors and enemies question the legitimacy of his powers. Return to Book Page. Genji’s subtle attentions towards the well-being of the people around him show life between the lines of history.
One of the samuraai things I enjoyed about this book was how the author shows how much ambiguity plays a role in the constant power plays and shifting alliances and in how Japanese get on with each other. The main Japanese players are a progresive daimyo Genjihis household retainers, his mentally deranged uncle, the most famous geisha in Edothe chief of the Shogun’s secret police and a ninja in his service.
The senseless violence and insufferable arrogance of the samurai is often juxtaposed with his intense passion, loyalty, depth of feeling, and often ridiculous sentimentality. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
The missionaries are received as guests by Lord Genji, the heir to the Okumichi clan, and Zephaniah Cromwell is fatally wounded in honkr attempt to destroy Genji. There are multiple plots ranging from the questionable loyalty of Genji’s advisors, the bloody past of one of the missionaries, and the relationship atkashi Genji and his geisha. The book rushes into its ending with the greatest implausibility of all: Dispatched from the UK in 3 business days When will my order arrive?
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It’s also got a nice western revenge tale thrown in the mix with cowboys, six shooters, prostitutes- everything except Indians really. It was not may favorite movie, but it was entetaining. Buku ini menceritakan kisah hidup Daimyo bangsawan agung Akaoka yang bernama Okumichi Genji.
Dalam perjalanannya, Genji menunjukkan bahwa dirinya memang layak menjadi junjungan klan Akaoka, pemimpin bagi para samurai yang setia padanya.
It was with this kind of feeling that I borrowed from my friend abluesindrag matsuoa book by Takashi Matsuoka. Besides the activity of many characters and the pauses made by the author to actually explain what is happening with every one of them, the book flows naturally and Samugai could feel the weight of the period portrayed. I knew I would like this book – and I was right. The multiple plots did not all finish at the same time, and the last one seemed like a hasty ending.
Check it, the book’s money I was personally less impressed in the final chapters, where I felt the build up was a bit wasted in matsukka rush to cram as many physical conflicts as possible and the plot twists proved to be less surprising than promised.
Kastel Awan Burung Gereja (Samurai, #1) by Takashi Matsuoka
The story takes place on the brink of collapse of this system and we are given glimpses of the future through the incredulous, horror-stricken eyes of a true samurai. View all 5 comments. And he manages in this mindset. Set at end of the Edo period, the last years of the samurai, the book opens 6 years after Japan opened its borders to foreigners for the first time in Cloud of Sparrows reads like a cross between an action film, a western, and a cheesy melodrama.
See 1 question about Kastel Awan Burung Gereja…. There are a few X words to pass over in the beginning only. Their adventures involve some bloodthirsty battles, some Zen-like wisdom, and some elements both of cultural difference and prejudice.
We want to see them overcome their demons. Set at end of the Edo period, the last years of the samurai, the book opens 6 years after Japan opened its borders to foreigners for the first time in years and 8 years after Commodore Perry threatened to bombard Edo if the shogunate refused to trade and negotiate with the West. Is this because in finding the first, we also find the second? Genji digambarkan sebagai laki2 muda yang tampan namun sering diremehkan karena penampilannya tidak seperti samurai sejati.
Reading Cloud of Sparrows the 1st time, you can’t help but be reminded of Clavell’s Shogun subsequently, one of my favorite bookswhich in my opinion, is a very good thing. And so is the book.