Last of the Zinja (2020)

Last of the Zinja Robert Shea Last of the Zinja Beautiful young Taniko struggles under oppression as the mistress of the cruel Kublai Khan and Jebu a young monk is transformed into a fierce warrior in a saga of the ancient Orient during a time
  • Title: Last of the Zinja
  • Author: Robert Shea
  • ISBN: 9780515059441
  • Page: 443
  • Format: Paperback
Last of the Zinja Robert Shea Beautiful young Taniko struggles under oppression as the mistress of the cruel Kublai Khan, and Jebu, a young monk, is transformed into a fierce warrior, in a saga of the ancient Orient during a time of bloodshed and magic Reprint.
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  1. Mike (the Paladin)

    I really enjoyed this series duology and recommend it It s totally fiction fantasy though based on historical events, people and period with an Asian flavor Jebu has his loyalty and dedication to the order tested against his own desires This highly fictionalized version of events and people is a romantic tragedy with a heavy dose of action built around a fictional group of warrior monksof whom Jebu is one.Having faced much in the first novel Jebu and Taniko face even here The picture of the soc [...]

  2. Theophilus (Theo)

    There was a message amidst all the mayhem, murder, and war This romantic tale of love lost, regained, and lost again and regained again ends with another invasion of Japan by the hordes of Kublai Khan, thwarted again by the divine winds of a super taifun The true mission of the Zinja order of warrior monks is revealed No, I m not going to reveal all of the details of this exciting saga of the adventures of Jebu But, I was surprised.

  3. Melvin Patterson

    This is a set of books I read in the ear 80s and decided a new read was in order since it had been so long Better than I remember from my first reading because now a lot of the references to Zen make sense Since my first read I ve read a lot books and some of those dealt with Zen, martial arts and comparative philosophy, which give the novel a better flavor.In summary, the half Mongol warrior monk Jebu sets off from his Japanese monastery to learn about the world Falling in love with the young [...]

  4. Lisa (Harmonybites)

    I said a bit condescendingly in my review of the first part of Shike Time of the Dragons that this wasn t quite a five star book, and I could smile at someone on LibraryThing tagging it as trashy So be it It s true I don t in the end find this as moving as the author s All Things Are Lights, and no one will mistake this for a work of literary fiction, certainly Shea s style doesn t awe with beauty, and his structure is straightforward But the narrative flows, it s never dull, often suspenseful, [...]

  5. Grecia Ramirez

    Like the first book, this book didn t disappoint Great sequal with a slightly surprising ending As another reviewer pointed out, it would have been cool to see other female friendships as well.

  6. Audrygazali

    Like book 3 Book of Yukio very much Like the story, and the people Yukio is a great, very determined, Jebu very loyal, Taniko strong and very smart.I can t find book 4 Book of Taniko in the website, so I ll just say it here Like this book too, and also the ending of the story Very wise.This book make me understand about Japan in the old times Some seems very foolish, but that s the way then.

  7. Riobhcah

    This is one of the most wonderful books I have ever read While much of it is action combined with fantasy, Buddhist philosophy is increasingly introduced, culminating in the author s realization that we, all sentient beings, are one and that this must be realized by all for humanity to succeed and to evolve.

  8. Nova...

    Jepang banget XD mantaaptapi, translatennya rada rada gimanaaa baca kyaknya ada bbrapa kalimat yang njelimet

  9. Paul Sammy

    Surprisingly romantic, but satisfying story Also mentions places in Japan I ve actually visited, so I was taken into the story a bit .

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