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What a great book!,
By A Customer
This review is from: Honor and Duty (Mass Market Paperback)
This book is an absolute must for all who like China Boy, and for all who like good reading. Where China Boy was a little bit slow, Honor and Duty is over almost too fast (and this by about double the length :-). The struggle becomes humongous for Kai when he enters the Army, and his decision to go there. Who should he have more Duty to? His father, who preaches West Point as the best school of the world, or his Dababa, Uncle Shim, who, on one hand, teaches Kai to obey his father, but on the other hand he says "Hau nan bu dang bin". Good boys don't become Soldiers. A quick warining: If you are easily offended, you might not want to read this book, for it containst some swearing. I noticed this because I started to swear myself after I read this :-) This does not diminish the greatness of this book, though, and I highly recommend it.