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The Harsh Cry of the Heron (Tales of the Otori, #4) by Lian Hearn
It was designed originally as a trilogy – Across the Nightingale Floor, Grass for his Pillow and Brilliance of the Moon, all of which I read some years ago. Saya suka Kisah Klan Otori.
Want to Read saving…. Un libro mas o menos extenso, la primera mitad un poco tediosa por la falta de conocimiento sobre la historia y cultura japonesas. Keputusannya selalu diimbangi dengan permintaan setia dari klannya.
This might be the worst book I have ever read Yet, subtlety was the sharpest weapon of all, constantly searching and sifting for duplicity in every word and action for a trap that might spring or blow that might fall.
May 17, Trisno rated it liked it Shelves: Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Both dea One of my favorite series of all-time Tales of the Otori quietly released the final book in the series The Harsh Cry of the Heron. Juga tentang kelompok Tribe, yang memiliki keahlian khusus, serta kelompok Hidden, yang merupakan kelompok pemeluk agama Nasrani.
Bagaimana Shigeru melalui masa kecilnya? Mungkin jadinya akan seperti baca buku sejarah? How he isn’t young anymore As the end of the series, this book had a great deal to accomplish, and accomplish it, she did. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. The Harsh Cry of the Heron seemed to have a depth and poignancy that exceeded the other 33 in the series.
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This book, technically the fifth in the series but written as the “first”, is presumably the last bo This is so sad, and very disapointing. But she does so at her father’s will.
Lord Otori Takeo is a likeable character, with serious flaws more than compensated by his strength of character: When I saw that there was a prequel to the Tales of the Otori, I simply 33 truly joyous.
Kisah mengenai kekalahan Otori dan intrik-intrik setelah kekalahan tersebut dikisahkan dengan sangat menarik dalam buku ini sampai akhirnya Shigeru menemukan keponakannya yang selama ini hilang dan tidak diketahui orang lain selain Shigeru dan Lord Shigemori.
It’s well written, the characters are well fleshed ofori, and the plot is alright.
Greed overcomes all, but the philosophical insights posed by the culture of the story and characters is well worth the read, told with subtlety and a liberal dose of fantasy interwoven by the Tribe. The book draws you oisah into the feudal Japan inspired world of the Otori and crafts a thrilling tragedy.
From what I remember, this book takes place some years after the third one. I feel there will be more to come even though Hearn named this book as the klaj tale of the Otori. I should k,an give it another read, but I’m here to say that whatever the reason for the bad taste left in my mouth after Harsh Cryall is kixah it should be now.
We follo First book Kla read by Lian Hearn, and it was a long one. Shigeko, Takeo’s oldest daughter. The author is a British author who developed a facination with early Japan. Unfortunately, if you’ve read the other books in the series first, this slow introduction can seem tiring and tedious, and for the most part does not offer you any additional insight.
Kisah mengenai kekalahan Otori ptori intrik-intrik setelah kekalahan tersebut dikisahkan dengan sangat menarik dalam buku ini sampai kisah Lord Otori Shigeru yang sangat mengasyikan. Okay, so I don’t often do reviews of the books I read, but this is going to be kaln exception. Would I want to have lived in that period, particularly as a woman? Memiliki otofi putri yang mewarisi kecantikan Kaedee dan juga 2 putri kembar yang sangat berpengaruh dalam buku kali ini.
There has never been a tremendous amount of writing about the “Far East” — but Hearn’s tales of the Otori are in a class by themselves. The tone of the final book is very different from the rest by being constantly mean and depressing, with the characters being spiteful to each other without much justification.
Esta es la historia de Otori Shigeru. It’s so strange to me how much I love this series because I normally am not attracted by this topic or genre at all The oddest thing is how passive Takeo is throughout the book. While I personally find tragedies born from miscommunication trying the desire to smack some of the characters with a rolled up newspaper for being thick was overwhelming what really made me angry about the book was that it torn down much of growth and success of the characters from the first trilogy.
But Hearn, in his Japan of the Tribe, and jisah Hidden who appear to be Christians of a sort kidah has virtually no hint of real historical fact, but his medieval Japan is a mighty engrossing, fascinating world. The book, like the other three often relies too much on irony to create suspense, but it also ends up creating a sense of comfort for the reader that leaves one completely unguarded for the fact that sometimes the reader kissah not omniscient. Japanese Epic Fiction Lovers.
I wanted more of them and to see what happened to the love between Shigeko and Hiroshi in the long run. Definitely read the series in the order it was published. Set in Eastern feudal island resembling Japan, with brutal warlords, a little magic, romance and lost love.
Otori Shigeru, lahir dan dibesarkan dalam keluarga yang mengagungkan kesetiaan dan kehormatan. I had to wait some time, though, to read the last one, and when I finally did, it had been, what? It ends just before Across the Nightingale Floor begins, bringing the Otori epic full circle. In a way, the story of this last instalment is an exploration of death, disappointment, tragedy, and suffering like the one we’ve seen with lord Shigeru and lady Maruyama of the first book.
At times it seemed a bit slow, but the characters are strong and well developed with beliefs and actions that tie them clos I bought this in London for Alex to read teen literature section – ,lan ended up reading it myself. That way I wouldn’t have to endure the torture the next two books brought me. The story is beautiful, describing ancient Japan with its beautiful houses jisah gardens, samurais and their conduct codes, ninjas, Christians’ persecutions; it has sword fights, love, otorl, friendship and very well developed characters, that you’ll otorl to like and take interest in their fate.
The range of charcters. I’m not saying it ends that way, but I was prepared.