A Ronin's Honor

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
A short tale of the ronin Katsume Shogoro. Shogoro is the last surviving member of his family. His quest is to restore his family's lost honor, and undo the shame that burdens his soul.
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Price: Free! USD

Words: 3,620
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301446094
About TD Bauer

I was born in South Dakota in 1973. I’ve lived in Alaska, Wisconsin, and Maryland. I’ve worked some interesting jobs over the years, some of which you may learn something about from my blog page. Fishing, hunting, reading, hiking, history, writing, travel…yeah, you get the idea.

I've dabbled in writing various genres of fiction, mostly for my own amusement, for as long as I can remember. From the prompting of friends in 2012 to share some of my stories with a larger audience came my 2013 New Year's Resolution. Now here I am self publishing.

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Reviews

Review by: Nancy Contreras on May 09, 2013 :
I came across this author just recently and found his work to be promising. There is not a lot of samurai fiction out there that smacks of similarity to the old black and white Akira Kurosawa films, which I love to watch. I love to read samurai stories as well, and this is very well written with many familiar medieval Japanese themes.

I recommend it, through be prepare for a short story. Live the reviewer before me, I suspect there will be more with the protagonist in this story, and look forward to reading more.

TD Bauer is a refreshing new indie author. It is will worth checking out his webpage for more of his works. As well as his newest story, A Whisper in the Dark, that appears to be currently only on Amazon. I'm sure he will have it available here soon as well.
(review of free book)

Review by: Biff Brannon on April 25, 2013 :
I have a strong affinity for anything samurai related to medieval Japan, so when I came across this author's story I jumped at it. It was free so that helped too!

Right away I was drawn into the main character within the first couple paragraphs. I thought the story itself was well written and compelling. However, my biggest critique is that the story is very short. Again, it was free, so who I am to complain. But I guess what I am trying to say is that I want more! What happens next!

I hope the author writes more stories about this character, and I suspect he will considering the book's cover says "a tale of Katsume Shogoro". That leads me to believe there will be stories forthcoming.
(review of free book)

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