極道な月 Yakuza no tsuki review ☆ eBook or Kindle ePUB

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極道な月 [Yakuza no tsuki] review ☆ eBook or Kindle ePUB » “Bacaan yang sarat emosi dan menyayat hati Buku ini direkomendasikan untuk siapa saja yang tengah mencari pemahaman mendalam dan personal tentang masyarakat Jepang” –Publisher Weeklycom“Dia terlahir sebagai putri yakuza masa remajanya terjerumus ke Arakat yakuza di Jepang Cerita tentang seorang perempuan muda yang berhasil memenangkan pergulatan dalam hidupnya yang keras Memoar ini juga memberi pengalaman berbeda namun nyata mengenai kehidupan yakuza Jepang dari sudut pandang seseorang yang benar benar pernah menjalaniny. Dark True Story With Great TranslationI think foreigners myself included have a tendency to romanticize Japan and its culture and people Especially when it comes to stories about Yakuza This dark horrifying story is a cold reminder that Japanese gangsters are not nice peopleThis story should come with a strong trigger warning for drugs abuse and assault The first half was a struggle for me to pick up because things just kept getting worseThe fact that Yakuza Moon is a true story makes it all the chilling and the photos at the end of the book are a cold reminder of thatThe translation was I think solid Louise Heal Kawai did a great job reflecting the original meaning in a clear and understandable way that made it feel like it wasn't translated Her characterization to make each voice distinct was fantastic There was some narrative parts that felt cold but I think this comes down to the source text There were also some English words that I stumbled on but I think that's because of regional differences rather than any fault with the translator

summary É eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Shōko Tendō

Obatan terlarang lalu ditato di usia dua puluhan Tendo mengerti betul sosok seseorang yang pernah masuk neraka kemudian memutuskan untuk kembali” Josei Seven pers JepangYakuza Moon merupakan pengakuan mengejutkan sekaligus mengharukan seorang perempuan yang hidup dalam masy. Boring and shallow Although Ms Shoko Tendo had a Yakuza boss for a father had dated Yakuza and had a tattoo this book is not about Yakuza life It is about Ms Tendo's struggle growing up as a delinuent Yanki and serving as a hostess and dating abusing men as she grew older A fitting title would have been Yanki Moon The actual memoir could be easily rewritten into less than five pages The remaining 180 or so pages are filled with cliched dialogues Ms Tendo has had with friends foes and parents throughout her life It is remarkable how Ms Tendo was able to recall conversations she has had decades earlier in such vivid detail Those vying for an insight into Yakuza life will be disappointed It is probably those who are interested in what it means to grow delinuent and living poor in Japan would find this book useful

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極道な月 Yakuza no tsuki“Bacaan yang sarat emosi dan menyayat hati Buku ini direkomendasikan untuk siapa saja yang tengah mencari pemahaman mendalam dan personal tentang masyarakat Jepang” –Publisher Weeklycom“Dia terlahir sebagai putri yakuza masa remajanya terjerumus ke dunia seks dan obat. I was really intrigued to read this book a woman's account of the inner workings of the Yakuza the first of its kind Unfortunately perhaps the memoir doesn't touch so much on the actual Yakuza but rather Shoko Tendo explains how her father's early affiliation with the syndicate shaped the path of her life Tendo is shockingly stubborn and proud and the decisions she made were arguably uite terrible but the reader maintains an affection for her she is unapologetic and blunt She doesn't glamorize the life of a young yanki nor her trysts with powerful men She is a woman carved out of fire who has come out the other end scarred both literally and metaphorically but strongI would also highly recommend this book to anyone who is unfamiliar with a collectivist culture mindset It is so very different from the individualist culture of North America some of the decisions Tendo's family makes might seem absurd to someone unfamiliar with a highly collectivist and honour based society such as Japan Contrary however from reading Tendo's memoir I gathered a much greater understanding and respect for a culture so different from my own