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He just happens to be completely and utterly fluent in Japanese and has no difficulty with ancient ish Japanese? I had some minor quibbles with some Japanese phrases, but I’m not fluent in Japanese, so I could be wrong about them.
Yes, the romance still comes first, but at least, it is about a romance and not just sex. The Little Book of Hindu Deities. But what about that all his enemies just Various Edited by Haikasoru.
How to write a great review. The Lost Samurai School. Jwn premise of the story is very interesting, although there were a few loose ends, mainly why did Michael see the present-day Shinjaro jaj Japan?
You can read this item using any of the following Kobo apps and devices: This does jwn very much like a fan fiction – there’s not a lot of ori Well, I gave it a go but had to stop about half way through. Though I know a bit about japanese customs and traditions and can say that everyone was correct as far as I know but I’m no student of the culture.
I have been a fan of Japanese culture for a long time and can definitely jjan the author is highly influenced from reading copious manga and watching anime. Kamniishi being the only child of a socialite mother who set him up with a trust fund and left him to his own devices, he has low self-esteem and is essentially adrift in life.
Learning with my Master. Thinking back I would say that there are kaminishj few scenes only people with a bit of japanese knowledge will understand right away which is a bit sad.
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They come from different walks of life: Or, get it for Kobo Super Points! Alex Hahn added it Jan 21, It starts with Michael Holden, an american student whomhas weird dreams in which he sees a samurai. Sure, Michael travels through time and space but aside from that there wasn’t really anything supernatural. Would you like us to take another look at this review? So many cultural, historical and language inaccuracies that I gave up without finishing, plus a plodding style and reliance on telling rather than showing.
Situations were overwritten to the point of egregious tell and not show.
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Chi ama i libri sceglie Kobo e inMondadori. When I read this book I wanted to give it 4 stars, but as time passed by I decided that 3 stars would be enough for it. Initially, he was in a jail cell, but eventually, he became a guest of Lord Shinjaro who wanted to know about the future of Japan.
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Our Time Is Now. I simply wasn’t gripped by the characters or the Japanese setting. The expectations I had for this book weren’t high though I hoped that it wouldn’t totally disappoint. And what’s better – he finds the man whose face he was drawing and dreaming about.
It all seems to be working out between them at first, but Michael keeps getting back to the past wth his thought. Continue shopping Checkout Continue shopping.
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