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Takashi Matsuoka

Takashi Matsuoka grew up in Hawaii. He lives in Honolulu, where he was employed at a Zen Buddhist temple before becoming a full-time writer. He is the author of the acclaimed novel Cloud of Sparrows, which is available in paperback from Dell.


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Autumn Bridge
Written by Takashi Matsuoka
Delta | Trade Paperback | July 2005
$16.00/19.00(Canada) | 978-0-385-33911-7 (0-385-33911-9)

In the year 1311, in the highest tower of Cloud of Sparrows Castle, a beautiful woman sits by the window, watching as enemies gather below and fires spread through the night. As she calmly awaits her fate, she begins to write, carefully setting down on a scroll the secret history of... Read more






Cloud of Sparrows
Written by Takashi Matsuoka
Delta | Trade Paperback | August 2004
$13.00/20.00(Canada) | 978-0-385-33850-9 (0-385-33850-3)

Once in a great while a new novelist comes along who dazzles us with rare eloquence and humanity, with flawless storytelling and a unique understanding of another place and time. Takashi Matsuoka is just such a writer.

His magnificent new novel, set amid the violence and beauty of nineteenth-century Japan, takes... Read more






Cloud of Sparrows
Written by Takashi Matsuoka
Dell | Paperback | August 2003
$7.99/9.99(Canada) | 978-0-440-24085-3 (0-440-24085-9)

Once in a great while a new novelist comes along who dazzles us with rare eloquence and humanity, with flawless storytelling and a unique understanding of another place and time. Takashi Matsuoka is just such a writer.

His magnificent new novel, set amid the violence and beauty of nineteenth-century Japan, takes... Read more





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