ORDER THE BOOK E-BOOK Kindle Apple Books Google Play NOOK Kobo The Ninja Nicholas Linnear #1 Description The New York Times–bestselling novel. Nicholas Linnear, hero of The Ninja and The Miko, is back in another epic Eric Van Lustbader, Author Fawcett Books $ (p) ISBN Unfortunately, this is one of several such things that Eric Van Lustbader wants to show his readers in his De Sadean martial arts mega-seller.
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I would highly recommend this novel to anyone wanting an outstanding treatment of the Shadow Warriors, the Shinobi, the Ninja In the process i also missed out on huge chunks of the story, losing the plot totally by the end of it all.
Damn, I love love love the idea of Richard Gere, circa ish, playing Linnear, and according to the author he was the closest to getting the gig.
You submitted the following rating and review. Mar 01, Nigel rated it really liked it. Be the first to discover new talent! Nicholas Linnear is a master ninja, the son of a Chinese mother and British father. Linnear quickly realises that a ninja is the murderer and the next target is his new girlfriend’s father, Raphael Tomkin, whom he begins working for as a bodyguard, although not without persuasion. It just goes to show from small seedlings grow great cherry blossoms…. When it was written, international travel was nowhere near as accessible and this added to the glamour of the book for the reader.
Ninja by Eric Van Lustbader () | Ninjas All The Way Down
lustbadrr Email required Address never made public. Lustbader is clearly fascinated by the fundamental differences between East and West. Overall it’s a pretty one-dimensional novel, the author has hardly a couple of points to write, but the repetition over the course of the novel sort of irritates you towards the end. I probably think that one of my guiltiest pleasures is the John Steakley human-in-powersuit-fights-giant-ants scifi schlockfest Armor.
It’s the exploration of those differences that I think raise The Ninja above your standard by-the-numbers thriller. The Eye of the Tiger. To top it off, his old nemesis, who he doesn’t know about, is on the prowl, wiping people out left sric right.
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Day of the Caesars Eagles of the Empire This book, which I thought would appeal to my love of thrillers and Asian culture, may appeal more to females in my life that last read the Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy. Balanced against this the detailed description of the history and background of many aspects of martial arts.
As if the only similes left could be constructed with “as if”. At time the book is very neatly paced with great suspense and action and the se The story of nninja American and half Oriental And, to make it even worse, he’s a ninja. Because he doesn’t believe the body has anything to do with him, Nick proceeds with his plans for the day and ignores all the attention the discovery of the “floater” is attracting.
The writing itself might have gone off on random tangents at times and the dialogue was a little disjointed here and there felt like the characters were talking nihja themselves more than to each other but overall, I can’t fault this book too much. We get two of these: The only thing that happens in the first hundred pages is what I mentioned in the above paragraph.
Yet that is not important when reading this book, as you get efic excellent education into the basic tenets, but without ever feeling a sense of information overload, for the explanations are shared throughout the course of this narrative. Which lustbadet me to the fact that Lustbader has major problems writing women. Your display name should be at least 2 characters long.
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Lists with This Book. Van Lustbader had a very involved plot that erc full of historical detail as well as explaining what the art of Kenjutsu entails. The book is divided into five parts, called “rings,” as an apparent homage to Miyamoto Musashi ‘s The Book of Five Rings.
Or, get it for Kobo Super Points! That’s why for this review I decided to re-read a novel that I remember being a favourite, The Ninja by Eric Lustbader.