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ISBN:039453929X
Author: Eric Lustbader
ISBN13: 978-0394539294
Title: The Miko
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Language: English
Category: Thrillers and Suspense
Publisher: Random House Inc (August 1, 1984)
Pages: 451

The Miko by Eric Lustbader



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Lustbader, Eric - Nicholas Linnear 02 - The Miko. Nicholas Linnear 02 - The Miko. Van Lustbader, Eric - Linnear 04 - Kaisho. Lustbader, Eric - Nicholas Linnear 04 - The Kaisho. The Kaisho Born and raised in New York City, Eric Lustbader graduated from Columbia University in 1969 Lustbader, Eric - Nicholas Linnear 05 - Floating City.

Eric Van Lust The Miko is the 2nd book from the Nicholas Linnear series. Though it is related to the first - The Ninja, the book is interdependent from it. This has a whole new story and lots of characters introduced and to my displeasure, re-introduced. Mr. Lustbader is a graduate of Columbia College, with a degree in Sociology. Before turning to writing full time, he enjoyed highly successful careers in the New York City public school system, where he holds licenses in both elementary and early childhood education, and in the music business, where he worked for Elektra Records and CBS Records, among other companies.

Publication date 1984. Topics Linnear, Nicholas (Fictitious character). Publisher New York : Fawcett Crest. Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive. Contributor Internet Archive. the front cover and page N3-N12 are corrupt in the original book. Boxid 2 BWB220140903. Camera Canon EOS 5D Mark II. City New York.

He is being pursued by a miko: a female assassin, part ninja and part sorceress, whose beauty is matched only by her skill in combat. Drawn into a tangle of corporate intrigue, international espionage, and hedonistic sex, Linnear will have to put revenge on hold if he is to leave Japan alive. Join eric's mailing list. Follow eric on twitter. Eric Van Lustbader Lustbader·.

The Miko by Eric Van Lustbader. Description : The Miko. Nara prefecture, japan. MASASHIGI KUSUNOKI, THE sensei of this dōjō, was making tea. He knelt on the reed tatami; his kimono, light gray on dark gray, swirled around him as if he were the eye of a great dark whirlpool. He poured steaming hot water into an earthen cup and, as he took up the reed whisk to make the pale green froth, the form of Tsutsumu shadowed the open doorway. Beyond his bent body, the polished wooden floor on the dōjō stretched away, gleaming and perfect. Kusunoki had his back to the doorway.

About book: The Miko is the 2nd book from the Nicholas Linnear series. My problem with this is that it lacked the elements of suspense, thrill, and awe I felt reading on the first one. Nicholas didn't wow me. And the premise in which this book revolves tend to tear me off. Yukio, again. And then, Lew Croaker alive. Eric Van Lustbader probably wants to surprise the readers but I did not like how he manipulated.

Nicholas Linnear and Justine Tompkin are swept into peril when a revered karate master is murdered by a "miko," a sorceress endowed with incomprehensible powers, whose mission is to destroy Nicholas
Reviews: 7
Ffyan
Nicolas Linnear must face a dangerous foe that has a link to his past. This mysterious foe also is determined to exact revenge on all the people that have impacted the outcome of their life. This sets in motion the thriller that is faced paced and set in both the U.S. and Japan.

Linnear is a martial arts expert and has a life that is situated between the free wheeling society of the U.S. and the structured Japanese culture. He is from both worlds and continually struggles to find his place. This series is as much about that struggle as it is about the opposition that he faces. This is a great series for any that enjoy a story set in Japan. Great series!
Yramede
This book certainly surpassed the original. A gripping action thriller set against the backdrop of the Cold War. It had all the right ingredients: action, violence, history, sex and intrigue. All the characters were very well-written and the plot fit neatly together. A very solid work and all the justification needed for me to read then next one.
betelgeuze
A brilliantly written novel , leading the reader into the centre of the Asian mind where duty and obligation dictate everyday life. Filled with breathtaking action scenes, suspense, romance, and revenge, all blended together in a delicious cocktail that will satisfy even the connoisseur.
Narim
The author's knowledge of the Japan's colorful past and cultural customs makes this read a lot like historical fiction rather than an action thriller. V. Lustbader never disappoints.
Rayli
Great story but my only criticism with Kindle books is you can't easily go to the glossary to see the translations of the Japanese words. It would be more enjoyable. However the story is great and the character development awesome!
Kelerana
I like reading van Lustbader's descriptions of the Japanese people. After a number of years, I am rereading the entire Nicholas Linnear series and enjoying every one.
sergant
I gave up about half way through this book. I had high hopes for the Linnear series but this one was so convoluted and wordy that it simply wore me out. Far too little action and far too much pschobabble.
I had read this series in the distant (so distant there was no cell phns or tablets) past & enjoyed it so much I thought I would put them on my iPad!! They were great then & just as great (if not more so now)!

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