Blade of Dishonor

Blade of Dishonor

by Thomas Pluck

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BN ID: 2940154986752
Publisher: Thomas Pluck
Publication date: 09/13/2013
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 529 KB

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Blade of Dishonor (Omnibus Edition) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
KaneH More than 1 year ago
What's this book about? It's about ninjas, and guns, and swords, and fights, and assassins, and a storyline that encompasses a time from World War II to the present. Hooked yet? You should be, if you like action, because this book is jam-packed with flying fists and feet, bullets, and badmen. Start with the modern action-film trope about the martial-arts-savvy hero (Rage Cage Reeves) who's been away, returning to a working-class hometown populated with feisty louts. He has to get rough with a bunch of them, while romancing a tough cookie from the mean streets. Now mix in a Japanese ninja film, some Quentin Tarantino, a WWII commando film with later POW abuse, explosions, machine guns, and a sword of destiny. Enough for you? The book tears through the action scenes so fast that at times you almost get dizzy, feeling like you're dodging the bullets and kicks and sword-strikes yourself. It's an adrenaline thrill ride with sex, soldiers, and samurai. So strap yourself in- it's gonna be a bumpy ride. But a fun one. You've been warned. Now read the book already, before Reeves comes to your house and punches your door in!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Equal parts WWII historical fiction, men's action adventure, and Japanese pulp with just enough romance and heart to make it classic Pluck.  The blended story of modern-day Reeves' MMA showdown over a sword and grandfather Butch's secret missions throughout Europe and Japan keep the reader turning pages ever faster until the explosive conclusion (I'll leave it to you to figure out if I mean that literally or figuratively).  If you like samurai, ninjas, tough guys, MMA, sassy women, legends, action, pulp, crime, Tarantino, mayhem... just read it.