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Wrong about Japan

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 14, 2013

    SO STUPID I COULD THROW A METAL CHAIR AT THIS AUTHOR

    WTH THIS IS MY FAVORITE COUNTRY AND HES TALKING ABOUT BAD THINGS ABOUT MY COUNTRY I COULD GET EVREYONE IN JAPAN AND HELP ME BEAT THIS AUTHOR UP LIKE CRAZY ESPECIALLY THE KARATE GUYS WHO COULD BEAT HIM UP

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 18, 2012

    Horrible

    I liked the part about a child loving Anime and Manga because i do, too. But this book just tells bad things about Japan and Japanese people. This book is sooo disrespectful about Japan, and it is very sad to think they dont care about others feelings when they publish/write a book like this one. Japan is not a bad place to be. It is filled with beautiful gaardens, inspirational temples and houses, yummy foods, and high-tech gadgetsm Japan also has my very favorite thing in the world---manga and anime!! Stop writing books that may hurt someone. The boy and dad part is FINE. Im nit saying its horrible. Thus book has been written wonderfully, done by a great and talented author. But why do you use your talents to write books such as these. Someone from Japan could read this book and be hurt. Nobody desefves that. So please do yourself a favor and skip this book. It is a disrespectful book about alk the bad things about Japan. Overall, the bad things dont matter. Japan is wondeful and awesome. Dont buy this book. It is definetely NOT a goid book and nit worth a penny. If you love to make fun i the Japanese, go right ahead and waste your money on this horrible story. Japan is beautiful, but this book can change that opinion in a second.

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