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I'm wondering how this will be set against the backdrop of the films depiction of Japan and the Jesuits.
For instance, things were clearly F uped back then. Read more
Great piece of historical fiction that is written by someone with my last name!Published 1 month ago by Kim
By no stretch a "light" or "easy" read, Silence nevertheless plumbs the depth of human nature at its most heroic, cowardly and everywhere in between. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Silence is a slow-moving but powerful philosophical novel about 3 priests in 17th century Japan. When the Shogun begins to persecute Catholic Christians at the prompting of the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Craig
Informative about a little known history of Japanese Christians and excellently written. Kudos to the translator.Published 3 months ago by K Kmeid
I am a college student at BYU, and I read this book for an assignment in a history class this semester. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Nalan
"Silence" is the second book by the Shusaku Endo I have read after "The Sea and Poison." In what I have read, Endo shows considerable talent grabbing hold of... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Cody Johnson