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"Superbly crafted. . .grips the reader like a riptide. . .gets the juices flowing!"--Washington Star.
"Exciting, totally absorbing. . .be prepared for late nights, meals unlasting, buisness unattended. . ."--Philadelphia Inquirer.
"Adventure and action, the suspense of danger, shocking, touching human relationships. . .a climactic human story."--Los Angeles Times. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
It read as it should, quick page after quick page.
Oh to be able to travel back in time and live like a samurai!
What a thrill that would be.
I read Shogun twice about 40 and 37 years ago each and was quite appreciative of this book back then
and now. Read more
The book was advertised as having "light wear, in good condition". True
I would've appreciated a dust cover, or being aware it would come without. Read more
I read Shogun within months of arriving in East Asia to work. Having recently graduated college, I finally had time for recreational reading. Read morePublished 22 months ago by SogeumHoochoo
One of the greatest book of all time. This is the third time I read this book since it came out in 76-77. Everytime is different and better. What a great writerPublished on Jan. 19 2013 by Michel Pinard
This novel of over a 1000 pages is the first in a series of Asian sagas by John Clavell. It was Clavells' first novel, & in my opinion his best. Read morePublished on Dec 17 2012 by Jerlaw
This is the novel that introduced the Samurai's bushido, daimyos rivalries and the bakufu Shogunate to the average westerner. Read morePublished on March 24 2008 by NeuroSplicer