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Moon Over Tokyo

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 10, 2012

    Very Enjoyable

    I love Siri Mitchell's books! This is one of her earlier works where the main character tends to be a bit quirky with some real life struggles. It is evident that Ms. Mitchell's style has changed over the years to a more intense storyline, yet the heroines retain the strength of character that I admire.

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  • Posted January 26, 2012

    Don't judge a book by it's cover!

    This one is great, loved it so much it's now one of my favorites. Feels like a trip to modern day Japan and alot of it's famous places. I have an excitement for the Cherry Blossom Festival now.

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  • Posted December 15, 2011

    What a refreshing romance!

    I have fallen in love with Siri Mitchell's writings. This is a great book. Friendship can be a wonderful start to a romance and this was a fun and entertaining read. Mrs Mitchell does a good job describing Japan and Tokyo (streets, sights, trains). This is a nice romance, it does have Christian aspects and is very clean. I want my kids to be able to read over my shoulder and my mind to be free from the images that more graphic books portray. Mrs Mitchell doesn't avoid the physical aspects of falling in love though. The characters are attracted to each other and she deals with that with wonderful discretion. But I think that is a very real part of the book reading experience. I highly recommend this book and her others as well. I like that these appear to be self published (or are at least cheaper) than her later ones. I find them just as enjoyable to read!

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  • Posted January 29, 2009

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    A Japanese translation of Kissing Adrien...

    Once again Siri Mitchell has taken me as a reader to a foreign culture. An exotic place. Tokyo, Japan. And with that excursion came site seeing, food, religion, economics, and a fascinating interpretation of things in nature as seen through Japanese culture. Siri has a gift for making the reader transport to another location somewhere in the world. Whether it's Paris, like in Kissing Adrien, or Colorado, like in The Cubicle Next Door, or traveling Europe as in Chateau of Echoes and Something Beyond the Sky. That is one of the things I enjoy the most about her books. And she always has strong heroines with passion and convictions about something whether it's the use of drinking straws, or the perils of politics. What I enjoy most about Siri's books as evidenced in Moon Over Tokyo as well as her other novels, is her amazing ability to draw out the tension in a first person POV romance. I always feel like I know the heroes even though they are only known through the heroine's perspective and the actions she sees. She also takes friendship between a man and a woman and draws it out until they fall in love. Her novels are always so romantic and charming that way. She also shows the heroine growing through her experiences and ending up deciding to trust, to risk her heart, to try love. I've yet to read a book Siri has written that I haven't thoroughly enjoyed. While this one had more detail than the others, I didn't find it annoying at all, but it did distract a bit from the tension in the story. She has her own brand, distinctly Siri. It's always exotic, fun, deep, and littered with every possible food unique to the culture. I'll never need to travel Europe or Japan because I've fully experienced them already through Siri's novels.

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  • Posted January 29, 2009

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    Siri Mitchell's books are always a favorite to read, the characters are well developed and the story makes you really think. This one is no exception. I really loved the descriptions of the Japanese culture and society. I've been to Japan once, well it was really a layover in the airport during our flight to Malaysia, but the airport itself was stunning. I love the cover of the book. It shows both the old and new cultures blending in Japan. I also always enjoy novels set in Asian countries, it's nice to read a setting outside the US for a change. I also liked the haikus that opened up each chapter. I liked reading about how Allie had to adapt to living in a different country. However I didn't understand though why it has taken her so long to experience the Japanese culture. In the beginning of the story it would seem that she knows her way around the area, but after meeting Eric it looks like she only has a routine and doesn't deter from it. She's basically an American living in Japan and not trying to fit in, only getting by. I liked their relationship together. It was good to see that they took things slow and that Eric valued even just a simple kiss. I thought that, while I liked seeing opposites attract, too much was made on their political differences. It got kind of repetitious to keep reading about Democrat vs. Republican ideals especially since how they were living in Japan now. But Eric seems like a really nice guy and the perfect match for Allie. There are several social drinking scenes in the book, so if you are uncomfortable with Christians drinking you might want to avoid this book. I found this to be an excellent novel. It really makes me want to go visit Japan, but for now I'll enjoy it through this book.

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