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The Samurais Tale In Turbulent Sixteenth Century Japan, Orphaned Taro Is Taken In By A General Who Is Serving The Great Warlord Takeda Shingen Taro Grows Up To Become A Samurai Fighting For The Enemies Of His Dead Family.

[PDF / Epub] ✪ The Samurais Tale  ☆ Erik Christian Haugaard – Thegreatwallonline.us
  • Paperback
  • 256 pages
  • The Samurais Tale
  • Erik Christian Haugaard
  • English
  • 14 December 2018
  • 0395549701

10 thoughts on “The Samurais Tale


  1. says:

    You know a story is going to be boring when it starts out with How should I begin my story The plot was slow, the characters were difficult to keep straight, and the conflict was unconvincing Yes, there were a few good parts, but they were few and far between The...


  2. says:

    This is pretty decent I think I would have rather read actual accounts from the time period, but as a story this wasn t bad I enjoyed it, at the very least.


  3. says:

    The ending was sad


  4. says:

    The Samurai s Tale follows the journey of a young boy named Taro, and how he eventually rises through the ranks and becomes a fully fledged samurai, under the Lord Takeda Shingen I found Taro s saga to be deep and interesting, because even when he lost someone important to him, he met a new person, and when he made a friend, he would always apply that friend s lesson to every cruel battle or scenario he faced Haugaard did an incredible job of setting the tone and time of the story, which...


  5. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here When reading a historical fiction novel, every aspect of the story is dependent on the way the author portrays the time period This influences everything from character development to the plot Throughout the book The Samurai s Tale, Erik Haugaa...


  6. says:

    I thought that The Samurai s Tale was a good book In the beginning, the main characters parents were killed leaving him with nothing but a bamboo sword This got me interested, wondering what was to come Erik Christian Haugaard did a good job of adding suspense however and portraying the time period, but, he left me confused at some points I think that in order to fully understand the book you must do some research For example, when the author was talking about all the Lords, it got confus I thought that The Samurai s Tale was a good book In the beginning, the main characters parents were killed leaving him with nothing but a bamboo sword This got me interested, wondering what was to come Erik Christian Haugaard did a good job of adding suspense however and portraying the time period, but, he left me confused at some points I think that in order to fully understand the book you must do some research For example, when the author was talking about all the Lords, it got confusing who was who So I had to research all the Lords and their roles in Feudal Japan But, I think that if you do some research beforehand you will be able to understand the whole story.I gave this book four stars because it kept me interested, had an interesting plot, and created suspense Erik did a great job of keeping me interested by creating new conflicts in every chapter Although it was confusing at the beginnin...


  7. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I thought this book was really good One of the main reasons I liked it was because it was about samurai and what they really were like The one of the reasons I didn t rate it 5 stars was because they said that ninja were samurai when in real life they were not The other one was that he worked so hard to be...


  8. says:

    Japanese in style, not just setting Haugaard exercises economy of words taking us through the life of a young boy, spared in war, half adopted by the noble slayers of his family He matures in desire, humility, and status into a trusted Samurai I am astonished sometimes by the incredible restraint of court culture and the binding loyalty of vassals and warlords Contrasts are drawn between warlords who battle out of necessity and those overly ambitious to expand their own power Even then, con Japanese in style, not just setting Haugaard exercises economy of words taking us through the life of a young boy, spared in war, half adopted by the noble slayers of his family He matures in desire, humility, and status into a trusted Samurai I am astonished sometimes by the incredible restraint of court cultur...


  9. says:

    This book is majorly underrated I know people read it for school, so it s deemed boring, but give it a chance The Samurai s Tale begins slowly, though once the tension has built, it s like it spirals out of control and you lose yourself to the world of Taro You fe...


  10. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here The Samurai s Tale ReviewEvery once in a while, you will be lucky enough to find a book that is exciting, complex, astute, and filled with tension Erik Christian Haugaard s The Samurai s Tale is exactly that The Samurai s Tale is a story set in medieval Japan It tells the story of an orphaned son of a samurai, Tarok who as his family gets murdered, is spared and ta...

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