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  • 棒の哀しみ Bō no kanashimi
  • Kenzo Kitakata
  • English
  • 14 May 2020
  • 9781932234022

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棒の哀しみ Bō no kanashimi review ☆ 3 E fortunes of a yakuza mobster as his moment of truth approaches Cool real and cleansing Ashes is a literary toni. I just finished reading Kenzo Kitakata s Ashes It was a really intriguing read about a middle aged Japanese yakuza The book sounded so intriguing before I bought it I have been on a Japanese novel kick ever since I read Out by Natsuo Kirino But the first couple of dozen pages seems really boring and slow It was told in two parts one from the outside with the main character Tanaka being seen in third person The second part of the book was told from Tanaka s internal perspective The staccato pace of the sentences and thoughts seemed disconnected at the beginning of the book however it developed into a solid rhythm as the book progressed I d highly recommend this book to read Wild Woods real and cleansing Ashes is a literary toni. I just finished Ark of Fire Caedmon Aisuith #1 reading Kenzo Kitakata s Ashes It was a Starlight really intriguing A Kingdom of Dreams read about a middle aged Japanese yakuza The book sounded so intriguing before I bought it I have been on a Japanese novel kick ever since I The gay liberation book read Out by Natsuo Kirino But the first couple of dozen pages seems From Hell (Nueva edición) (Trazado) rhythm as the book progressed I d highly Stilling the Mind recommend this book to

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棒の哀しみ Bō no kanashimi review ☆ 3 Ter Unfolding thorugh chiseled sketches and run through with tantalizing motifs Kitakata's masterpiece follows th. Oh that poor little fish Thank goodness Tanaka did not keep a fluffy animal

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棒の哀しみ Bō no kanashimi review ☆ 3 The vice and virtues of middle age are espied with an eagle eye in this hardboiled story about a mid career gangs. I liked this than most of the GR reviews I ve seen The book is episodic and the plot is minimal But the thread is there and runs from beginning to end The book follows a Yakuza boss named Tanaka The first half follows him in the third person the second in the first person And he proves to be a fairly interesting character The other characters are also well drawn and interesting especially the women And the topic of the book is after all rather existential It has elements of Dave Goody George Higgins Truffaut and I don t know what Japanese elements Except drier Anyway it s a very short and uick read and an interesting one