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La Parfaite lumière (1935)

by Eiji Yoshikawa

Series: Musashi (2 de 2)

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This is the story of Miyamoto Musashi, the best samurai of all time. The story begins in Musashi's homeland and travels around Japan, in a time of samurais, ninjas, a bunch of japanese culture and folklore. In his search for enlightment and improvement every sort of people crosses his path. The clashes are specially epic, tense, it's almost like being an spectator.
In few words: the best book i've ever read. The story is contagious, from line one to the last period. It is filled with action, a great character and story development, villans that are not elementary bad and heroes that are not elementary good, very "real".
The only thing I can contest is the end: it is too fast (almost like it was written on a rush) and it could have continued a little more, to tell us what happened with Musashi after all (but this is kind of good, gives the reader something to think about). ( )
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J'ai lu (5392)
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L'intégralité de la série est parue sous la forme de sept livres nommés : Terre, Eau, Feu, Vent, Ciel, Soleil et Lune, La parfaite Lumière.
La parfaite lumière est le nom du second tome de l'édition francophone regroupant les trois derniers livres.
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