ORDER THE BOOK E-BOOK Kindle Apple Books Google Play NOOK Kobo The Miko Nicholas Linnear #2 Description The New York Times–bestselling novel in . The Miko (Nicholas Linnear, book 2) by Eric Van Lustbader – book cover, description, publication history. Van Lustbader’s hero is again half-Japanese businessman Nicholas Linnear, now fight-hand man to his father-in-law Raphael Tomkin–despite.
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It’s the kind of tale one can really only tell in a book. I highly recommend to any who loves intrigue lstbader the martial arts. Good insight into the Japanese history, mind set, and way of life. My problem with this is that it lacked the elements of suspense, thrill, and awe I felt reading on the first one. Create new account Request new password.
Return to Book Page. A gripping action thriller set against the backdrop of the Cold War. While Nicholas Linnear would kick butt during his sections, the other characters could be more investigatory based. Be the first to discover new talent! Floating City Nicholas Linnear.
Would you like to tell us about a lower price? If you like the mix of badass men, beautiful but sometime very ludtbader women, facts from back then when it mikk written and a simply but excellent way of telling a story so it feels like youre standing there watching it all happen; youll like Miko: To ask other readers questions about The Mikoplease sign up. This is a great series for any that enjoy a story set in Japan. Lustbader has incredible knowledge on the intricacies of concepts such as giri social obligation, sense of duty and shinki kiitsu the essence of martial arts: Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web.
‘The Ninja’ and ‘The Miko’ by Eric Van Lustbader
I thought EVL was writing “normal” fiction. It had all the right ingredients: Showing of 56 reviews.
Web page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. Nara Prefecture Japan Spring Present. The author’s knowledge of the Japan’s colorful va and cultural customs makes this read a lot like historical fiction rather than an action thriller. Now, we see Linnear breaks and tries to mend himself.
Most of the dialogue? But even for a modern-day ninja, there is such thing as too close for comfort. Jun 18, Nigel rated it really liked it.
The Miko (Nicholas Linnear, #2) by Eric Van Lustbader
Martial arts, romance, mystics, and throw in the Japanese yakuza for good measure eic you have another Lustbader author of the Bourne series smash hit. If you liked the Bourne books, you’ll love the Linnear series. Lustbader wrote five more novels in the series, all lustbaded on Nicholas Linnear, a half-Western, half-Chinese, raised in Japan ninja.
But although he may look American, a childhood spent in the dojos of Japan taught Linnear that vengeance must never be hurried.
Although I originally read this book in the s, I enjoyed the story again having forgotten most of it in the intervening years. I would enjoy lustader things slowed down as I pinpoint every single pressure point on my enemy’s body. It it not about trainee geisha! Read thee that mention nicholas linnear martial arts character development van lustbader well written japanese culture white ninja linnear series great story action miko japan sex insight intrigue pages romance thriller novels oriental.
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Amazon Mi,o Cloud storage from Amazon. This sets in motion the thriller that is faced paced and set in both the U. Overall, it was still good though not what I expected.
We as the reader begin to draw lines between his past and the present, and things start to come together.
Drawn into a tangle of corporate intrigue, international espionage, and hedonistic sex, Linnear will have to put revenge on hold if he is to leave Japan alive. I have the dai-katana.
Getsumei no michi as interpreted by EVL? No trivia or quizzes yet. All the characters were very well-written and the plot lustbaded neatly together.
So the It’s amazing to read this series 30 years after it was first published.