Haruki the Knife Maker

Rated 4.80/5 based on 5 reviews
A modern fable, Haruki the Knife Maker takes us on a short but exciting journey with a simple man confronted by modern society. The story challenges the developed world approach to progress. Is growth for growths sake good for the soul?

All proceeds due to the author from the sale of this story will be donated to Amnesty International. More

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About Sean Triner

Sean Triner occasionally lives in rural New South Wales in Australia. He loves a yarn. With some encouragement from a writers group and an understanding girlfriend, he managed to get some time away from writing charity appeals and fundraising articles and write a bit of fiction instead.

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Review by: Peter Thomas on May 1, 2013 :
The author, S Triner, is a great story teller. He also has a heart, donating the funds to the great cause Amnesty International.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: Airdre Grant on Aug. 5, 2011 :
I found this to be a very elegantly written tale. It works as a fable for me as it tells an egaging story and also invites us to think about the relationship between violence and beauty, and the collision between old words and new, greed and sacrifice. I recommend it.
(reviewed 21 days after purchase)
Review by: Sharon Dopson on July 28, 2011 :
What a beautiful fable, a sad very realistic view of our greedy changing world. I will recommend to all my friends.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: Christiana Stergiou on July 27, 2011 :
This is a wonderful, meaningful and easy to read book. It's simple language conveys a deep story that is a fable for our times. It is beautifully illustrated, too. It's sad to think that there have been many Harukis whose simple and sustainable existence have been sacrificed for our modern, convenient and consumerist lifestyle. I would love a set of Haruki's knives!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: Alexbecky on July 17, 2011 :
This modern fable is beautifully illustrated and is a fascinating read. It really makes you think about the beauty of simplicity, and what can happen when both greedy capitalism and monolithic communism combine to destroy an ancient way of life.
(reviewed 21 days after purchase)
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