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  1. Ross Hamilton Ross Hamilton says:

    The Water Trade MOBI ß The Water Epub / water mobile, trade pdf, The Water book, The Water TradeThe Water Trade eBookThis was an interesting concept and picked up well on various historical aspects leading up to the 1941 Pearl Harbour attack But there were large amounts of information passed on as expositional info dumps at times and unfortunately that puts me off a bit I was initially partly drawn to the description of a central character suffering from bipolar disorder in his role as a Japanese spy But I was a little disappointed that there was little included on


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    The Water Trade MOBI ß The Water Epub / water mobile, trade pdf, The Water book, The Water TradeThe Water Trade eBookThe description of The Water Trade led me to think this was a book about bipolar disorder, while the Kindle categories list it as an espionage military thriller The description was a paper tiger it set up a story that didn t really exist as presented, or rather, it highlighted a part of the tale that turned out to be relatively minor The Kindle categories provided a muchauthentic view of what The Water Trade is Overall, I found this to be bland in style and unimaginati


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    The Water Trade MOBI ß The Water Epub / water mobile, trade pdf, The Water book, The Water TradeThe Water Trade eBookFrom excellent to less than goodThe first half of the book is excellent It keeps the reader engaged and is a good mix of adventure, intrigue, romance and a good plot But the other half or less becomes a turmoil of events and the end is in my opinion kind of forced There is nothing better that a good plot twist now and then but there is a line that when is crossed it ruins the effect because is forced and overdone Still it is a good


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The Water Trade The Water Trade MOBI ß The Water Epub / water mobile, trade pdf, The Water book, The Water TradeThe Water Trade eBookIn the late s a brilliant Japanese spy in training hides a dark secret Despite unparalleled academic achievements and impressive physical abilities, he hides a damning psychological disability that is unknown to the public and his military superiors His condition is one he shares with few others, but they are, like him, the high achievers of their day Scientists, doctors, scholars, writers, politicians, actors and Unknown for the most part, even to one another in the early twenty The Water Epub / first century, they wrestle their shared disability into submission or risk losing everything they dream of and have worked for Today we celebrate so many of them These are the sufferers bipolar syndrome But inso little was known that the disability remained without a public name although there were rumblings of its existence in scientific circles The propensities of the condition were then, as now, unpredictable, sometimes shocking and often simply bizarre It s likely that as human beings have suffered with this mood disorder through millennia, some of them have been able to suppress the demon and have been able to press it deep into themselves and contain itmost of the time The Water Trade is a novel built around the idea that a high level covert operative of the Japanese government was also a high functioning sufferer of what is today known as bipolar syndrome The novel is an espionage tale and a historical romance which takes many cues from history, but imagines also what might happen when an agent with an undiagnosed psychological malady slips unnoticed into a leading role in the making of history Even the most disciplined sufferer might be prone to make ill advised decisions from time to time The Water Trade explores how those decisions might impact the fate of individuals, governments and the future of nations In , while still in training with the Japanese Imperial Navy, ensign Arashi Sasaki is assigned to monitor shortwave radio messages when he comes upon one describing the northward movement of seventeen British troop transports on the open ocean to the west of Dakar, Sengal He immediately reports the intercept to his superiors and the information quickly finds its way to the German High Command in Berlin The subsequent sinking of the transports resulted in the death of over , British seamen A year later, a courier delivered hand written letter of thanks from German Chancellor Adolph Hitler was delivered to the ensign The rising star of the Imperial Navy might have languished in the obscurity of Tokyo office buildings if not for this lucky lightening strike, but as it was he found himself selected by top brass to be the eyes and ears of the Japanese Imperial Navy in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii in the fall ofA poor choice of disguises on a daylight reconnaissance reveals his identity to a Japanese civilian woman and a US Navy shore patrol Compromised by his unmasking he begins making a series of course corrections to keep the suspicious couple at bay As the clock ticks down to the day of the attack on December and just as incriminating evidence has been obtained, the zeros unload their ordnance on Pearl Harbor and the three parties are flung far from one another across the globe The primary characters, despite their individual determination to let the past lie, are drawn together once again in a final explosive conclusion inHonolulu.