A good sequel to ‘Blood Ninja.’ However, I did enjoy book one more than this, book 2. Doctor-at-Bass! T. A.
This book twists and turns. The plot is unpredictable. SPOILER but the part were Kenjia follows Taro was totally unexpected. I kinda wished it didn't happen. Too many rebirths like with Lord Oda in the 1st Book. SPOILER DONE. Anyways a great sequel, this series is great.
A good book, although it at times became tiresome to read through one existential crisis after another as the main character pondered and pontificated about his role in "causing" the deaths of everyone around him. Given the gravity of the situations Taro experiences, however, his angst is justifiable and, in fact, very realistic, but this makes it no less grating. But the process of character development is often a rough one, and after both Taro and we, the reader, have struggled through it, the result is a sequence of one crowning moment of awesome after another that makes up for every somber, self-defeating word. Also, it is both challenging and entertaining to try and pit our minds against the manipulative genius of Lord Tokugawa (Taro's father) and realize just how true it is when Shusaku (Taro's mentor) says that "others plan in months. Lord Tokugawa plans in years." Well then, tell me, Tokugawa-san, what's next?
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