Autumn Bridge by Takashi Matsuoka – book cover, description, publication history . Autumn Bridge has ratings and reviews. Heather said: A confusing ‘ listen’. I did enjoy the narrator though, her voice was fitting for this stor. Autumn Bridge has ratings and reviews. Vicki said: While some aspects of this tale were interesting and intriguing, it was neither easy nor ple.
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In the late s, Japan stands on the threshold of change. A Novel Samurai Series. Apparently there was another b While some aspects of this tale were interesting and intriguing, it was neither easy nor pleasant to read.
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Try the Kindle edition and experience these great reading features: The brilliant few did as they wished, while convincing the gullible many to follow rules they themselves matsuika. Sekar rated it it was ok Jan 30, This book was a great disappointment, especially after Cloud of Sparrows, which I rated 5 stars.
Soon an extraordinary man would enter her life: Media reporter, reviewer, producer, guest booker, blogger. Autumn Bridge has the finesse of a love story mini-epic, and Cloud of Sparrows has the action packed thrills that gets your blood pumping.
With the same emotional power that distinguished Cloud of Bidgereaders will trave In the yearin the highest tower of Cloud of Sparrows Castle, a beautiful woman sits by the window, mztsuoka as enemies gather below. Can this book be read standalone?
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Terlalu kebanting dibanding buku pertama. He lives in Honolulu, where he was employed at a Zen Buddhist temple before becoming a full-time writer. There was a problem adding your email address.
There’s a problem loading this menu right now. Anom Birowo rated it it was ok Jul 03, Review “Stretching back and forth through the centuries, Matsuoka weaves a timeless tale of intrigue and romance. For six centuries, these remarkable writings lay hidden—until they are uncovered by an American woman, a missionary named Emily Gibson, who matsuoia in Edo harbor inin flight from a tragic past. Si lascia poco spazio al presente, quasi interamente occupato da un solo personaggio, riducendo il resto ad un contorno pallido e superficiale.
And as past and present collide, a hidden history comes to life, and with it a secret prophecy that has been shrouded for centuries, and may now finally be revealed. See 1 question about Autumn Bridge…. It would be awesome if Mr.
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Look Inside Reading Guide. Alexa Actionable Matsulka for the Web. Pages with related products. As the Japanese nation copes with the problems of the New, Lord Genji must cope with the perplexities of Love and Race embodied in exquisite American ex-missionary Emily Gibson.
Audible Audiobook Verified Purchase. And as past and present collide, a hidden history comes to life, and with it a secret prophecy that has been shrouded for centuries, and may now finally be revealed.
Time folds in and out of itself, and characters chat across the centuries sutumn members of the lordly Okumichi clan cope with the family curse: Kirsten rated it it was ok Dec 29, Learn more about Amazon Giveaway. As she calmly awaits her fate, she begins to write, carefully setting down on a scroll an extraordinary talea tale that unfolds in Autumn Bridge.
At the same time, it is Lord Genji of the Okumichi clan, a nobleman with a gift of prophecy who takawhi defend his embattled family—and confront forbidden feelings for an outsider in his midst. Samurai Series Book 2 Paperback: My library Help Advanced Book Search.
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It’s been years since I read Cloud of Sparrows, so I don’t remember any of the story. For six centuries, these remarkable writings lay hidden–until they are uncovered by an American woman, a missionary named Emily Gibson, who arrived matsupka Edo harbor inin flight from a tragic past. In Autumn Bridge I didn’t like the truncated narrative and the constant jumping from one year to another because that took away the excitement of finding out what happens next.