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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. The plot was weak and felt a bit forced. Or maybe it’s time to end it? The expectations I had for this book weren’t high though I hoped that it wouldn’t totally disappoint. Return to Book Page. Jan 14, Kristy Maitz rated it really liked it. There is always a particular something in the cadence of authors who are influenced in such a manner. The Samurai’s Forbidden Touch.
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Vedic Astrology Sign Intensive: I can’t decide how I feel about this book. Thanks for telling us about the problem. My advice is to stay far away from this one. What Michael kajinishi expect is to actually meet the guy when he falls asleep at his desk and wakes to find himself in 19th century Japan.
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Nicely done and well-researched, in terms of the time period. At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information. I would also have preferred more of an explanation of the time-travel — it appeared to be some kind of cosmic destiny, but wasn’t really explained, so it felt a bit like it was dangling at the end.
Your display name should be at least 2 characters long. The review must ksminishi at least 50 characters long. But can a love story with over a century parting them really have a happy ending? Things came too easily to him.
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Readers who enjoy “gay for you” stories will like that part. Time and Time Again. Enny rated it it was amazing Feb 23, Another thing is parts of the plot were completely left out from the conclusion!
Shi College student Michael Holden wakes up in an impossible reality: Imprisoned by the warlord and interrogated about the future, Michael has no idea if what he’s experiencing is real There is too much telling, too much “in his own head” musing from the main character, and not nearly enough showing, n A fantastic premise, unfortunately not well executed.
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Maria rated it liked it May 26, I liked the two levels of conflict: The only difference is that this story takes place mostly in Edo-period Japan instead of Korea, and the travelling is not only across time, but also across continents.
And what’s better – he finds the man whose face he was drawing and dreaming about. I Called Him Necktie. Would you like us to take another look at this review?
The setting was lovely and nicely described. Books by Jan Suzukawa. I won’t spoil the ending, but Michael does return to the future and goes to present-day Japan to search for present-day Shinjaro.