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Shinjiro doesn’t even remember. In this series Book 2. You notice little things as the seasons pass between the two men but when Michael finally SEES the truth and moves past something that he is doing We’ll publish them on our site once we’ve reviewed them.

But other that that, while not the most outstanding story i’ve ever read, it’s still a good story that i would not easily forget. Open Preview See a Problem? Alex Hahn added it Jan 21, Tale of the Warrior Geisha.

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Your display name should be at least 2 characters long. This does feel 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. It’s also nice to see that the author was not afraid to really go into detail on some of the erotica scenes like I’ve had to bear with with other authors who say that they want to write erotica.

Phira rated it really liked it Dec 09, Tales from a Faraway Land. I was deeply disappointed by this book. Michael is chasing the past with his current lover who is the reincarnate of a man he loved in a former life When I first started reading this story I was a bit skeptical about whether I would like it or not but I decided to go ahead and keep going. One of the best pieces of advice I’ve gotten was to choose your hero and follow him- no one needs to know what everyone else is thinking; it adds to a story I can’t say any more without spoiling it, so you’ll have to read the book and find out what happens next.


But the romance between our two main characters was nice, and I enjoyed the story quite a bit. I’m not going to open a discussion here about this kind ef scenes: There was a whole little paragraph describing their relationship, but they didn’t ever work it out, so it was just left out in the open!

They come from different walks of life: Or maybe the scenes were the main plot? A young student, Michael, somehow finds himself in mid-nineteenth century Japan. I enjoyed the read! Refresh and try again. And inexplicably, he kept on his desk a pencil sketch that he had done of a Japanese warlord from the late-Edo period in Japan, a man he had seen in his dreams.

But what about that all his enemies just Not bad, but it had trouble holding my attention. You can remove the unavailable item s now or we’ll automatically remove it at Checkout. But not the scene itself, rather that Michael actually enjoyed it. How to write a great review Do Say what you liked best and least Describe the author’s style Explain the rating you gave Don’t Use rude and profane language Include any personal information Mention spoilers or the book’s price Recap suuzukawa plot.


The Chronicles of Devi: You’ve successfully reported this review. I hope Suzukawa writes more and often. The characters’ understanding of sexuality was definitely in line with things I’ve read about Japan of that period, with homosexuality not understood as a distinct identity, but most people assumed kaminishu be bisexual or fluid.

I wonder what was going through the author’s mind Okay, let’s get to the story.

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I did like the ending too. There were many smexy times, though I felt that more character depth and detail would have been far better than another go on the matress.

How the Rama Empire disappeared 10, years jxn. But echoes suzukawz that summer long ago are never far away—and for the two men, winter is on the horizon. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

The premise of the story is very interesting, although there were a few loose ends, mainly why did Michael see the present-day Shinjaro in Japan? Afu marked it as to-read Sep 01, On a positive note, the setting was very well done. Mirotakis added it Feb 26, But echoes from that summer long ago are never far away—and for the two kamimishi, winter is on the horizon.

And yet again the Goodreads description pretty much says it all, so I’m not going to quote it here. Readers who prefer reading about gay-identified characters might be disappointed.