Book Review: The Samurai of Seville

The Samurai of Seville

A Novel

by John J. Healey

Skyhorse Publishing

Arcade Publishing
Historical Fiction
Pub Date 13 Jun 2017

Archive Date 22 May 2017
I am reviewing a copy of the Samurai of Seville through Skyhorse Publishing and Netgalley:
This book takes us back in time to 1614, where 40 Japanese Samurai Sail to Spain.  The majority of the Samurai spend two years there, but six stay behind, settling and growing roots.

Julian finds company with a woman that is not his wife.

Guada is assigned a plain looking girl as her handmaiden.

Shiro is one of the ones chosen to go to Spain.

Guada is Julian’s wife.  Her son and law and husband share the same mistress. 

The sixth Samurai who stay behind settle in Coria Del Rio.

I give the Samurai of Seville five out of five stars!

Happy Reading!


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