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I had compassion for every character with all of the characters extremely well developed.
His journey through life was filled with hardships and surprises and I loved reading about his growth as a person throughout the journey.
This book met my expectations for an ongoing story line and had well developed characters.
This story is more enjoyable in retrospect than in actual reading. One problem may be that its chief character is also its narrator. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jack11615
Buddahland Brooklyn is a charming novel that starts gently in the mountains of Japan, on Mount Nagata, where the waters of the Kappa-gawa river churn past a small community. Read morePublished 1 month ago by TripFiction
Not as good as his first book The Hundred Foot Journey but very interesting and different.Published 2 months ago by Kathleen DeMarco
I liked the contrast between the humor and spiritual teachings. They were subtle and well written. I have recommended this book to others. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Paula A Kuehn
The entire book touched my inner self in a way I have not experienced before. Enjoy, sip it like Reverend Oda sips his green tea.Published 2 months ago by Jim
Beautifully written. Even though its not a "pacey" story, it was hard to put down. The best thing was that I felt I knew this very introverted main character so well by the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Pat Hunter
Interesting life, but not such an interesting read for me.Published 3 months ago by Marilyn Warnock
I loved this book. As a practicing Buddhist using the breath as a focal point for meditation this form of Buddhism and it's Japanese oriented, as opposed to the vipassna (Indian... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Linda Boccia
Recommend this book. Enjoyed the development of the main character and his ability
to evolve thru experience.