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Yakuza Dynasty: Code Name: Dodger Mission 4 (Volume 4) Paperback – September 29, 2016
"4/4 STARS--One of the best books I've ever read! More twists and turns than many mysteries. Amazing that this level of action, intrigue and humor could last an entire book. Absolutely in the same league as the Harry Potter series!"
--Online Book Club Official Review
About the Author
Eric Auxier is an airline pilot by day, writer by night, and kid by choice. Mr. Auxier is the author of eight books and the popular blog, "Adventures of Cap'n Aux" (capnaux.com). "Code Name: Dodger" is his first novel. "Mission 2: Cartel Kidnapping" and "Mission 3: Jihadi Hijacking" continue the story. "Mission 4: Yakuza Dynasty" is the 4th and final book in the Justin Reed "Spy/Fly" series. Written in an episodic format, the books can be read in any order. In 2013, Auxier's second novel, "The Last Bush Pilots," captured the coveted Amazon Top 100 Breakthrough Novels award. Auxier's nonfiction series, "There I Wuz! Adventures From 3 Decades in the Sky," tells the true tales of Auxier's exciting life in the cockpit. Mr. Auxier is currently working on two new books, "Water & Air," a sequel to "The Last Bush Pilots," and "There I Wuz! Volume 4." Mr. Auxier makes his home in Phoenix, Arizona.
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Top Customer Reviews
OK, I have to admit it. I enjoy these novels as much as my teen-aged nephews do.
One of the reasons I really enjoy reading Mr. Auxiers' books is that I learn things I never knew. I always enjoy having maps included in a book so that I can follow the character as he travels, so I am grateful they are a part of this book. Including the glossary of spy and foreign terms really enriches your understanding of what is happening, especially if you are like me and know next to nothing about the Japanese language and culture. Does Japan have a Mafia? Do you know know what a Ronin is or what youbitsume means? You will find out.
A fast paced book, Yakuza Dynasty races to its finish just like Justin's car, the Shadow, a souped up Camaro that he bought from the CIA!
I love YA novels, and this one is among the cream of the crop. I haven't enjoyed a book this much since Ready Player One or the Harry Potter series; the characters were strong and believable, the humor never feels forced and, once again, the action is just great!
I wholeheartedly recommend the book to anyone and everyone!