Kill the Shogun

Kill the Shogun By Dale Furutani, Kill the Shogun In this rich new mystery Dale Furutani brings back Matsuyama Kaze a wandering samurai searching for the missing daughter of his murdered lord Clues lead Kaze to the new capital of th century Japan
  • Title: Kill the Shogun
  • Author: Dale Furutani
  • ISBN: 9780688158194
  • Page: 116
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Kill the Shogun By Dale Furutani, In this rich new mystery, Dale Furutani brings back Matsuyama Kaze, a wandering samurai searching for the missing daughter of his murdered lord Clues lead Kaze to the new capital of 17th century Japan, Edo, where the girl has been sold into child prostitution While Kaze seeks to save the child, he is himself the subject of a manhunt, believed to be a hired assassin out tIn this rich new mystery, Dale Furutani brings back Matsuyama Kaze, a wandering samurai searching for the missing daughter of his murdered lord Clues lead Kaze to the new capital of 17th century Japan, Edo, where the girl has been sold into child prostitution While Kaze seeks to save the child, he is himself the subject of a manhunt, believed to be a hired assassin out to kill the shogun Even as he struggles to fulfill his quest, he must also clear his name and salvage his honor in this newest chapter in the series, a novel that is every bit as compelling as a stand alone mystery.
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    1. Dale Furutani

      Dale Furutani s first novel, Death in Little Tokyo, was nominated for an Agatha Award, and won Anthony and Macavity Awards for best first mystery He lives in Los Angeles.Series Ken Tanaka Matsuyama Kaze

    491 thoughts on “Kill the Shogun”


    1. I really don t like cliffhangers Did Kaze and Kikuchan went home to their province Did they succeeded in leading a peaceful life for themselves Did they live in another place other than their home province Overall, I do like reading the series, BUT I hate cliffhangers.


    2. Karakter Ksatria SamuraiOleh Nugraha Hidayat Akan kuajarkan padamu hal yang paling utama yang bisa kau pelajari dalam pertarungan, kata sensei Jika kau tak bisa menundukkan dirimu sendiri, kau takkan bisa menundukkan orang lain Kalau kau bertarung dengan amarah, frustasi, atau kesombongan, kau tidak akan bisa menang Kau harus bertarung dari ketiadaan, membiarkan pedangmu mencari jalannya sendiri Kalau kau biarkan emosi menguasaimu dalam pertarungan, meski kau bisa menaklukkan musuhmu, kau beluml [...]


    3. Walaupun tampaknya setiap seri bisa dibaca secara terpisah, tetap saja buku ketiga ini menjadi pelengkap puzzle kisah Matsuyama Kaze Dengan akhir cerita yang mengejutkan walau bisa ditebak sebelumnya, aku menikmati betul membaca tentang sepak terjang ronin yang satu ini.Menurutku, sangat luar biasa ketika seorang penulis dapat menyampaikan kisah sejarah secara akurat, baik dari segi tempat, waktu, maupun suasana Inilah yang dilakukan Dale Furutani Lebih jauh lagi, dia bahkan menghadirkan sosok S [...]


    4. This book is the last one in theSamuraiseries Overall I enjoyed the series, though it was wearing a bit thin by this book.All the books are what I would call light The strengths are the characters, the setting and the history, culture and lore of the world of the Japanese Samurai.The problem is the story is rather weak Because it is the last book in the series the story arc has to finish Everything that didn t work in the previous books has been pushed into this book.The basic story is that of a [...]


    5. Buku pertama yang saya lahap kelaparan sampai habis yaitu novel terjemahan Jepang yang berjudul Pembunuhan sang Shogun karangan Dale Furutani Buku setebal 380 halaman berkisah tentang Matsuyama Kaze, seorang ronin yang berkeliling Edo untuk mencari putri tuannya yang menghilang Namun siapa sangka kehebatannya menjadi kambing hitam atas percobaan pembunuhan Tokugawa Leyasu, shogun yang berkuasa saat itu.Kaze pun melakukan penyamaran dari satu tempat ke tempat lain sekitar Edo untuk menghindari pa [...]


    6. Fid le la promesse faite ses anciens ma tres, le samoura Matsuyama Kaze poursuit inlassablement sa qu te pour retrouver leur fille Toutes les pistes semblent converger vers la ville d Edo, o le nouveau shogun Ieyasu a choisi d tablir son pouvoir Entour d ennemis, Tokugawa Ieyasu chappe de peu un attentat et Matsuyama Kaze, peine arriv en ville, est injustement accus d en tre l auteur Pour esp rer retrouver enfin celle qu il cherche, le r nin devra d abord se disculper et confondre ceux qui ont l [...]


    7. This one was really fun I m not big on mysteries, but I enjoyed it anyway It reminded me of Akira Kurosawa s movie Yojimbo the main characters seemed to have a lot in common There are lots of details about life in Edo in the early 1600 s I don t know if they were all exactly accurate, but they lend the book a feel of authenticity, which makes it enjoyable.


    8. I very much like this series I so wish there had been than three volumes The main character is engrossing and believable, and his story deeply engaging I am by no means an expert on the period, but the story certainly felt realistic I did not get the feeling I was following a modern guy around 17th century Japan Beautifully crafted work.


    9. I didn t enjoy this one as much as Death at the Crossroads the somewhat complex plot didn t seem to fit the hero and setting quite as well as the other But I still recommend it highly, esp to those who ve read the others in the series.


    10. I enjoyed this short little trilogy Death at the Crossroads, Jade Palace Vendetta and Kill the Shogun.Mutsuyama Kaze is the Jason Bourne of 1700 century feudal Japan I give Kill the Shogun a 3 as a fit conclusion.


    11. One of the best samurai series I ve read It s like Akira Kurosawa on print with a great balance of an interesting character and Japanese culture I m hoping that there might be in the future.



    12. All three of these were wonderful but this one had poignancy on its side as well Left me with a huge lump in my throat that would not go away for weeks.





    13. I like Matsuyama Clever, honorable, considered and enigmatic Feudal Japan has always interested me and the mystery genre seems to fit nicely in the world Furutani has crafted.



    14. A very good read that transports you to feudal Japan and the beginning of the Tokugawa Shogunate I really enjoyed the references to the beginning of Kabuki theater as well.


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