"One of the twentieth century's outstanding statements of literary and personal purpose." -Library Journal"Necessary reading." -Times Literary Supplement"Had we [read this before his suicide], the extravagant events surrounding his death would have been more readily comprehensible." -Sunday Times"A key to the novelist's behavior." -Sunday Telegraph
Yukio Mishima is a Kodansha International author.
This author gives you his very self, unadorned, and he is breathtaking. The most stunningly powerful book I have ever read. His work is an inspiration. Read morePublished on July 3 2000 by Suzanne Montalalou, freelance writer
Whoa! I can hardly say anything bad about this book, except that the author must have been at least a little nuts to write it. Read morePublished on Nov. 27 1999 by Al Kihano