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Autumn Bridge

Autumn Bridge Mengetahui masa depan dan mengetahui masa lampau adalah dua hal yang bermakna sama Apa bedanya mengetahui hal yang tak terelakkan dengan mengetahui apa yang telah terjadi Aki no Hashi Sesosok wan

  • Title: Autumn Bridge
  • Author: Takashi Matsuoka
  • ISBN: 9780091794989
  • Page: 131
  • Format: Paperback
  • Mengetahui masa depan dan mengetahui masa lampau adalah dua hal yang bermakna sama Apa bedanya mengetahui hal yang tak terelakkan dengan mengetahui apa yang telah terjadi Aki no Hashi 1311 Sesosok wanita hadir, mengiris keheningan menara tertinggi Kastel Awan Burung Gereja Kecantikannya memukau, kelembutannya menghanyutkan, dan keanggunannya menebarkan pesona Tetapi, keMengetahui masa depan dan mengetahui masa lampau adalah dua hal yang bermakna sama Apa bedanya mengetahui hal yang tak terelakkan dengan mengetahui apa yang telah terjadi Aki no Hashi 1311 Sesosok wanita hadir, mengiris keheningan menara tertinggi Kastel Awan Burung Gereja Kecantikannya memukau, kelembutannya menghanyutkan, dan keanggunannya menebarkan pesona Tetapi, kemunculannya selalu berselubung misteri Benarkah dia Lady Shizuka, sang putri sihir dari masa lampau Benarkah dia penentu sejarah klan Okumichi Dan mengapa dia juga muncul di hadapan Emily Gibson, wanita asing yang bukan keturunannya Samurai Jembatan Musim Gugur menguak kelanjutan kisah hidup Genji Okumichi, sang Daimyo Akaoka dalam Samurai Kastel Awan Burung Gereja Kisah ini pun menyibak kekuatan cinta yang mampu menjungkirbalikkan dunia, perpaduan kekuatan ragawi dan kehalusan pekerti, dan mengedepankan ketulusan sejati dalam menyikapi takdir, meskipun akhir hidup sudah di depan mata.

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    1. The overthrow of the Tokugawa Shogunate, the Restoration of the Emperor, the abolition of the samurai class, the dissolution of the domains, the unprecedented intrusion of foreigners into Japan, the destruction of the last heroic proponents of bushido--all these events had occurred in the span of less than ten years. The radical late XIX century changes in Japan society offer a rich filon of inspiration for the epic canvas of Takashi Matsuoka. This second 'Samurai' book is more of a companion bo [...]

    2. It is interesting how people react differently to books, just like people. When I finished "Autumn Bridge" I felt as if someone had just died. There was a moment during which I actually felt empty and wanted to grieve. I felt the same way after reading "Cloud of Sparrows", yet when I started to read this, its sequel, I remembered very little of that story it came back to me in visions, like personal memories. There will be people who will read both books and wonder what all the fuss is about I c [...]

    3. If James Clavell's "Shogun" had been as good as "Cloud of Sparrows," I might have finished reading it.I am serious."Cloud of Sparrows" is the story of Lord Genji, a Japanese noble who allows Western missionaries to come to his domain. One member of each generation in his family has the gift of prophecy, and Genji has had a vision that his life will be saved by an outsider one day. So, he allows Westerners into Japan after two centuries of isolation.The missionaries are led by Reverend Cromwell a [...]

    4. Сливането на минало и бъдеще във виденията на Шидзука ме затрудни, и според мен ограби романа. В първата част тази ясновидска дарба бе загадка, около която се наслагваха събитията. Тук се наложи да преживея сюжета в безвремието, беше ми трудно да следя развитието на героите, [...]

    5. Поскольку история позднефеодальной Японии с некоторых пор представляла для меня повышенный интерес, я не мог пройти мимо дилогии Такаши Мацуока. Сказать по правде, "Осенний Мост" считается второй книгой, но так уж вышло, что я прочитал её первой и могу сказать, что нисколеч [...]

    6. I read "Cloud of Sparrows" when I was a teenager and it had been my favorite book since that day. When I found out that there was a secuel I felt like I had to read it almost as a matter of life or death.And when I finally got it I found myself getting scared. I didn't want to get disappointed by the second part because the first book was so special for me (I could say that book came to me just in the right moment of my life and it changed me).It wasn't the case."Autumn Bridge" is so good and be [...]

    7. A worthy sequel to Cloud of Sparrows, Autumn Bridge fills in the few big gaps left by the previous book. Though it's difficult to say what truly constitutes the present of the narrative in Autumn Bridge, we are also introduced to a slew of new characters, past, present, and future. Perhaps that's the point, though, that for each of the characters, their story is their present and as we read, so it is for us. Throughout the narrative, there is little regard for chronological storytelling and oddl [...]

    8. To start off, I loved Cloud of Sparrows. Matsuoka is a gifted writer, and it's a shame that he hasn't written more.When I first started reading this, I was concerned that it wouldn't live up to Cloud of Sparrows, and had a difficult time understanding the book's structure (frequent jumps back and forth between time periods). However, it all began to make sense after about 25% through, and I found myself racing to the finish.The sheer depth of emotion and description of the flaws of each and ever [...]

    9. Dramatic, lyrical and creative. I found this book better than Cloud of Sparrows. The going back and forth in time was a bit confusing at first, but it immediately made sense and even added depth to the setting and characters and moved the story forward by tying the loosed ends in Cloud of Sparrows. This book also gives background to the pre-Restoration era. It's the story of Japan just as much as Genji, Emily, Kimi and Lady Shizuka's.

    10. Once again Matsuoka amazed me. I'm eagerly awaiting his next book, because I simply loved both of his books (this one and Cloud of Sparrows).

    11. Rasanya lega mengetahui Heiko meninggal setelah melahirkan Makoto, alih-alih menjadi istrinya Stark. Huahaha.

    12. Di Samurai : Kastel Awan Burung Gereja (buku pertama) dikisahkan pada bagian akhirnya bahwa Genji mengirim Heiko pergi bersama Matthew Stark ke Amerika Serikat sementara Emily Gibson akan tetap tinggal di Jepang di bawah perlindungan Genji, meneruskan misinya semula : mengabarkan injil.Pada buku keduanya, Samurai : Jembatan Musim Gugur, cerita lebih banyak berkisar pada sejarah asal mula klan Okumichi yang telah ada sejak enam ratus tahun silam (jika bertolak 1860-an, setting tahun kisah ini). M [...]

    13. Autumn bridgeTimeline is always make me look worse. And there's so many timeline in this book, past or future. And everytime i found the year, i always flipped back pages over and over again to make sure. Yes, timeline make me also look stupid as fuck. So annoyed, but it was great experienced i got from book.When you read the tittle, you will expect that it's an action book, full of fight or war. But, if you kind of those reader, you will got disappointed. It's supposed to be a political-history [...]

    14. 3 stars because of the change in comprehension between this sequel and the first, Cloud of Sparrows.Cloud of Sparrows hints at prophecy and metaphysical abilities, but it's by and large a novel of the closing of feudal Japan, and focuses more on Japanese lifestyle during that time rather than some fictious adventure.Autumn Bridge, though, is a fiction story. And by this I mean it rather abandons the more encompassing study of Japan to focus on the prophetic-bloodline of the Okumichi clan.It wasn [...]

    15. Entah berapa tahun yang lalu aku membaca Kastil Awan Burung Geraja, dan baru membaca Jembatan Musim Gugur beberapa tahun lalu.Apa bedanya masa lalu dan masa depan? Tidak mampu mengubah hal yang akan terjadi atau yang telah berlalu sama saja. Di buku ini, aku butuh fokus yang tinggi. Tapi fokus itu nggak akan sia-sia karena pada setiap detail kita akan menemukan kedahsyatan tersendiri. Jalinan karakter, jalinan waktu terasa sempurna di dalam plot yang dibuat. Tokoh favoritku Lady Shizuka. Apakah [...]

    16. While some aspects of this tale were interesting and intriguing, it was neither easy nor pleasant to read. The use of unnatural names for the Japanese characters (eg, names not in use in the time period in question, names that weren't names, women's names assigned to me) was distracting and disconcerting, as were certain historical inaccuracies, such as having proselytizing Christians central to the story at a time when Christians were actually persecuted in Japan. Apparently there was another b [...]

    17. I bought and enjoyed reading both - Cloud of Sparrows - along with this sequel to it, Autumn Bridge, one after the other. Quite good continuity within them too. As it was set roughly around one of my favoured Japanese time periods, it is also mostly the type I read (Shogun, etc). So all in all, a good thumbs up for them both . . .

    18. Some readers have written very long reviews of this book but I just want to say I really enjoyed reading it. It did remind me in places of James Clavell's Shogun but I liked that book as well. I did get a bit confused with the constant time changes in the story but I sorted it out in the end. If you want a synopsis of the book read other reviews I'm just happy I read it.

    19. No alcanza la altura del libro anterior, pero va más allá en el análisis sobre el comportamiento y la sociedad japonesa de la era de los samurai. La forma de narrar, intercalando distintas épocas unidas por los profetas del clan da una sensación de totalidad y de que puedes percibir el tiempo simultáneo, en lugar de verlo como un flujo unidireccional. Me gustó y lo recomiendo.

    20. Several years ago I 've read the first volume, cloud of sparrows, and fell in love. Now, finishing Autumn Bridge I found myself falling in love again. Very resourceful storytelling, and a wonderful journey going back and forth in time.

    21. Well written book, but the plot was entirely too intricate jumping between time periods for its length. I found it hard at points to keep up and know what was happening. Also it left a few too many loose ends for my liking.

    22. I got completely sucked into this book. It has a timeline that jumps all over the place, which usually I hate but which I liked very much in this case. It's a sequel to a book I haven't read, so I might need to track it down (A Cloud of Sparrows) and read them in order.

    23. Don't remember much about this, other than that there was some good killing! I think the older brother's name was Shigeru - he was this cool delusional samurai who was a master swordsman and killed indiscriminately. Great.

    24. Segunda parte de "El honor del samurai". Lo recuerdo peor que la primera parte. Los elementos "mágicos" que no desentonaban en "El honor de Samurai" aquí distorsionan demasiado la realidad para mi gusto. La historia es entretenida pero es una sombra del primer libro.

    25. tambah mumet sama alurnya =)) untung ada penanda tahun berapa. endingnya g muasin, walau udah diramalkan g puas juga hubungan genji dan emily :(review lengkap kubikelromance/2015/05

    26. The great lords of okamichi are gifted with "the sight". They are supposed to have visions of the future that are infallible. The reader watches as they try to circumvent thesed how the predictions play out in their lives.

    27. I enjoyed reading this book but I found the constant skipping backwards and forwards in time quite confusing.

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