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The novel follows the exploits of magistrate Seppun Tashime, while investigating a suicide, across Rokugan. I can understand it on Kyoso no Oni, but on the Yoritomo captain Maybe he is indeed half turtle The worst art offense though was the constant milking of the cow. However is the story itself that loses the comic.
The overaching device moving the plot forward is that of a talk between master and pupil which also serves as expository tool. So far so good. The problem is that there is alot of exposition going on on this story. In fact the enire novel feels like an expository tool for the setting of Rokugan. However my own stance on such matters is that if you write a compelling enough story and characters the reader will be inevitably drawn to the setting, and, in this case, I feel that this atempt to shed a spotlight in as much of Rokugan as possible, harmstrings character and plot development.
Basically the story is incredibly disconnected, the plot feeling constructed as hell instead of arising naturally from the setup. The student sometimes lampshades some of the unlikely twists, or at least I hope those are intentional lampshades, but just because the writer is aware of the inplausibilities it does not make them more acceptable.
Ultimately, this is a readable book, just not a very satisfactory one. Overall I would only recomend it to the die hard or completist fan.
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The novel follows the exploits of magistrate Seppun Tashime, while investigating a suicide, across Rokugan. I can understand it on Kyoso no Oni, but on the Yoritomo captain Maybe he is indeed half turtle The worst art offense though was the constant milking of the cow.
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