Tonoharu

Tonoharu

Part One

Book - 2008
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Daniel Wells working as an assistant teacher is the only American in the Japanese town of Tōnoharu.
Publisher: Minneapolis : Pliant Press 2008.
ISBN: 9780980102321
0980102324
Branch Call Number: Graphic Fic
Characteristics: 115 p. : chiefly ill. ; 22 cm.

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value_neutral
Jan 04, 2015

Tonoharu Part Two inherits none of the merits of Part One. Where the first book was witty and sometimes charming, the second focuses on an unengaged main character who stumbles from the arms of one supporting character to another while making no contributions to the telling of his own story. Utterly defeatist.

hchedu May 10, 2013

Great, but where's part 2?

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cori_s
Jul 26, 2011

Depressing, self-pitying, and self-indulgent. I admit, I keep reading this series because I want him to have a revelation of empowerment.

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marishkajuko
May 01, 2011

Martinson does a great job of conveying the awkwardness and isolation that comes with ESL teaching in Asia.

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value_neutral
Jan 13, 2015

value_neutral thinks this title is suitable for 16 years and over

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May 01, 2011

marishkajuko thinks this title is suitable for 18 years and over

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