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Spirit of the Ronin (The Ronin Trilogy) (Volume 3) Paperback – July 2, 2015
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About the Author
Freelance writer, novelist, award-winning screenwriter, editor, poker player, poet, biker, roustabout, Travis Heermann is a graduate of the Odyssey Writing Workshop and the author of Death Wind, The Ronin Trilogy, The Wild Boys, and Rogues of the Black Fury, plus short fiction pieces in anthologies and magazines such as Apex, Magazine, Alembical, the Fiction River anthology series, Historical Lovecraft, and Cemetery Dance’s Shivers VII. As a freelance writer, he has produced a metric ton of role-playing game work both in print and online, including the Firefly Roleplaying Game, Legend of Five Rings, d20 System, and the MMORPG, EVE Online. He enjoys cycling, martial arts, torturing young minds with otherworldly ideas, and zombies. He has three long-cherished dreams: a produced screenplay, a NYT best-seller, and a seat in the World Series of Poker.
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Throughout the series, there are several scenes and references that are head-scratchers, and left me wondering if those scenes had been tossed in randomly, while other scenes had been edited out, and the references not cleaned up or something.
One "head-scratcher," however, was solved by reading the "2.5" story; basically, the author seems to have siphoned a few pages from Book 3 to make another short story. It answered questions, but I felt ripped off, as I believe it should have been included in Book 3 rather than making the reader buy another book—that only answered questions after the fact.
Overall, a decent and fun series, with Book 3 being well worth the journey. The journey of a Ronin!
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I really hope Heermann makes an anime out of this or movie