Enzan The Far Mountain Chie Miyazaki is wild and spoiled the pampered child of a cadet line of the imperial House of Japan When she disappears in the United States accompanied by a slick Korean boyfriend it sets off alarm

  • Title: Enzan: The Far Mountain
  • Author: John Donohue
  • ISBN: 9781594392818
  • Page: 275
  • Format: Paperback
  • Chie Miyazaki is wild and spoiled the pampered child of a cadet line of the imperial House of Japan When she disappears in the United States accompanied by a slick Korean boyfriend, it sets off alarm bells among people in Japan s security apparatus The Japanese want the problem solved quietly They seek out Connor Burke, prize student of the master martial arts sensei YaChie Miyazaki is wild and spoiled the pampered child of a cadet line of the imperial House of Japan When she disappears in the United States accompanied by a slick Korean boyfriend, it sets off alarm bells among people in Japan s security apparatus The Japanese want the problem solved quietly They seek out Connor Burke, prize student of the master martial arts sensei Yamashita Burke suspects that he s being used, but he accepts the assignment out of honor for his revered sensei A covert search and rescue operation turns into a confrontation with a North Korean sleeper cell, and Burke finally discovers the secret that drove Yamshita from Japan so many years ago and the power behind the decades old connections that pull Yamashita back into danger in the service of the imperial family.

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    1. This is the latest, and possibly the last book in the Connor Burke series.Yamashita is at a resort in upstate New York, healing up from the last couple of books. Connor is teaching at the dojo, when some powerful Japanese businessmen ask him to find a wild young daughter of the clan. Connor takes them up on it so they won't bother Yamashita. Bad choice.In way over his head from the very beginning, Connor uses all of his resources to find the daughter, only to find she isn't in any real danger.It [...]

    2. Connor Burke is a martial arts teacher. When he is asked by a wealthy and prominent Japanese family known as the Miyazakis to retrieve their daughter Chie from a Korean drug dealer named Lim, Connor reluctantly accepts not knowing the dangers of doing so. He accepts the mission to protect his old Sensei from harm. Can he find their daughter and outwit the Korean gangsters before he gets hurt? Read on and find out for yourself.This was a pretty good martial arts thriller that I had received as a [...]

    3. koeur.wordpress/2014/08/05Publisher: YMMAA Publication Center Publishing Date: July 2014 ISBN: 9781594392818 Genre: Mystery/Thriller Rating: 4.2/5Publisher Description: The Plot: Chie Miyazaki is wild and spoiled—the pampered child of a cadet line of the imperial House of Japan. When she disappears in the United States accompanied by a slick Korean boyfriend, it sets off alarm bells among people in Japan’s security apparatus.Review: Nice calming cover art…I really enjoyed the various chara [...]

    4. In this fifth book in the Connor Burke martial arts thriller series, John Donohue breaks some new ground. Throughout Burke’s newest adventure, Donohue weaves the story of Burke’s sensei, Yamashita, as a young man. He looks at issues of loyalty, obedience and impetuousness while telling an edge-of-your-seat story involving kidnapping and the Korean mafia. As always Donohue gives us a meaty story that can be read as a darn good thriller, or as a study in human nature, or as a commentary on the [...]

    5. By choosing this book, I told myself that it was not a big risk, as this is the fifth book in the series As if the first 4 had not been good, the series would not have been so far! I also liked the cover that goes very well with the Japanese martial arts theme.So, inevitably, when you begin a series in the 5th volume, there is always the concern of whether you'll feel like you've missed some important things to better understand the book. About that book, I can tell: yes, but not Because yes, th [...]

    6. A story about a martial artist in Noo Yawk who is hired to “retrieve” a rich Japanese girl from a bad guy who supposedly got her hooked on drugs and sex. But of course it’s never that simple, as North Koreans, a huge snowstorm, his angry brother, a victim who might be suffering from Stockholm Syndrome or might not, and the past of his sensei complicate matters tremendously. As would be expected, there’s plenty of fight scenes; people get beaten up, killed, or almost killed; I found the d [...]

    7. I loved every minute of this book! I've been a fan of this series since Donahue published the first one, and now I need to go back and make sure I didn't miss a couple of them. This one is pleasing on so many levels--the story, the lessons, the culture, the history, and the humanity of the characters. I'm looking forward to the next one and seeing how Burke develops. A hard road ahead, but I think he is up to it! Oh--stayed up all night reading it. I could not put it down! But I am a hardcore Ja [...]

    8. So very good, after a dip with the last book I was worried that this series had run it's course, well I need not have because Enzan was a true return to form, exploring the concepts of loyalty, honour and perception, we have two stories here with one from the past very much affecting the present. The end was breathtakingly hard and filled with pathos Left me wondering 'What next?'

    9. Enzan is book #5 in the Connor Burke series. . Much to chagrin of Connor’s brother he goes in over his head to rescue a Japanese princess and winds up tangling with a North Korean cell. There are many layers to the story which ties up very neatly in the end. This book has plenty of action and the narration in between I found highly informative.

    10. The main part of the book deserves 4 stars. It's as good as the first three in the series when it comes to action, character development, intrigue, inter-woven plots and descriptive mastery. It gets the elusive 5th star because of the ending. Simply superb.I want more! Please John give us more!

    11. My Kenpo teachers say real fights aren't pretty. John Donohue's Connor Burke stories reflect this fact.

    12. my favorite martial arts seriesThese books provide a group of rich characters and story line around which a deep and loving view of the way can be glimpsed

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