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on July 15, 2013 :
I really enjoyed this book. The action was good, the characters were very likable, and the ending was what I was hoping for! Jeffrey Davis writes well. He puts humor in all the right places, too. I saw the two star review here, and thought that was sad. If you don't want God involved in a book you're reading, fine. Don't read it! For me, it just made the book better! Its an integral part of this story, and obviously just as important to the tale as the martial arts aspect. It shaped the character's "character", making them who they are. Good job, Jeffrey!
(review of free book)
Peter Nicholas Farrell
on July 12, 2013 :
A good "fluff" book, but I couldn't take it too seriously. For me God, and Christianity, came into it far too often in what is basically a martial arts story
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on May 01, 2013 :
When I was a kid, all cinema experience happened via television, because--for the most part--I lived in the middle of nowhere. During the early 1980s, I became entranced with the world of martial arts, and Saturday morning re-runs of the 1970s TV series, "Kung Fu", started that journey for me. Next was the mid-1980s TV series', "The Master", "Sidekicks", and then "Ohara", which continued to fuel part of my destiny. It wasn't until 1989, however, at age sixteen, that I graced a movie theatre (for the first time in my life) about thirty miles from my hometown, which just happened to be "The Karate Kid: Part III (a coincidence, yes), and by then I was already a 1st dan (degree) black belt in Tae Kwon Do.
Other than purchasing Black Belt Magazine throughout the 1980s on a regular basis, I never even remembered reading or seeing a fictional book about the martial arts--except for Chuck Norris' "The Secret of Inner Strength: My Story"--which was autobiographical, until I bought a copy of Jeffery Allen Davis' "Invasion of the Togakura", published in 2003.
Now, ten years later, the author has re-released his 80s-90s martial art tribute, re-titling it, "Invasion of the Ninja: Book One of the Adventure Chronicles", with a great deal more content, and in my opinion, superbly written. If you're looking for an action-packed story with lots of character depth, and an endless supply of ninja, then look no further.
(reviewed the day of purchase)