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They were the two most feared swordsmen of their age: Miyamoto Musashi, mysterious and introspective, and Sasaki Kojiro, a man of arrogance and ambitious. In a nation divided between East and West, each warrior is thrust forward as a hero of bitterly opposing sides. But for Musashi another battle is already raging. While he struggles to understand the Way of Truth, a beautThey were the two most feared swordsmen of their age: Miyamoto Musashi, mysterious and introspective, and Sasaki Kojiro, a man of arrogance and ambitious. In a nation divided between East and West, each warrior is thrust forward as a hero of bitterly opposing sides. But for Musashi another battle is already raging. While he struggles to understand the Way of Truth, a beautiful woman risks her life to be reunited with him, and his oldest friend is drawn into a horrifying plot to murder the Shogun himself... By the sea, the crowds are gathered, and Kojiro is waiting. Now Musashi must reach a new and breathtaking level of swordsmanship - to win the supreme victory and show his nation the way into a golden age!...

Title : Musashi: The Way of Life and Death
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ISBN : 9780552133890
Format Type : Mass Market Paperback
Number of Pages : 590 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Musashi: The Way of Life and Death Reviews

  • Brian Lewis
    2018-12-01 16:54

    Almost as amazing as the other 4 books in the series. Considering it's the final book in the series, it's understandable that the author needs to wrap up all of the side character's stories. The book uses most of it's time on the other characters in the series, which leaves less about Musashi than I would have wanted. I can also see if some readers might think that the ending might be a bit abrupt. I, however, found the ending to be satisfying enough, although, I admit I am curious what his life would consist of after the climax of the whole series.Make sure to get the Charles S. Terry translation of the series; I have not encountered a more talented translator when it comes to Japanese Fiction.

  • Angel Wright-Sackett
    2018-11-29 23:27

    Can't find this book in up in "Upstate New York". His books are powerfully written and historically accurate, written in a time that led to great such as Akira Kurosawa. Wonderful. Just wish I could get my hands on this one!!!!

  • Emily
    2018-12-02 19:29

    Epic ending to a most epic samurai saga, and 110% satisfied with how things wrapped up. Officially obsessed.