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  • Paperback
  • 208 pages
  • Max Danger: The Adventures of an Expat in Tokyo (Tut Books)
  • Robert J. Collins
  • English
  • 16 September 2018
  • 9780804815314

10 thoughts on “Max Danger: The Adventures of an Expat in Tokyo (Tut Books)


  1. says:

    Humorous, slightly dark view of American buisnessman in the inscruitable east Some very funny bits, but not very sustainable Read on the way back from Japan Best bit office planning something for next week written in 1994


  2. says:

    Charming and often funny anecdotes Fast read due to the writing style Makes me want to visit Japan and write a book about it.


  3. says:

    not rated abandoned about 16 pages in.I knew I would not get along with this book when the main character begins the book with a late night trip to a hostess club for work, and the employees consistently refer to him as Dangerous san when his last name is just Danger Very irritating Also the first appearance of his wife featured her nagging him about not getting them a maid, and I did not think that was the best way to be introduced to her Perhaps this is a b...


  4. says:

    I did give the book a low rating, but it wasn t bad It was just very amateurish, by which I mean that sometimes the story was difficult to follow because of the writing style, which was a little juvenile and inconsistent I read the entire book sitting on the library floor because the sock was on the dorm room door if you know what I mean and I had no where to be.It was quirky, funny, and I enjoyed the anecdotes quite a bit I think it s worth read...


  5. says:

    Having been a Japan traveller and post study intern short term expat a couple years ago and despite the books age first published in the late 1980s it was a very fun read and quite a few situations so typical.Many of the things written about in this book could have been experienced by myself in or the other similar way All in all it was a fun r...


  6. says:

    I read this book just before I went to Japan It is pretty funny, even though it does play on stereotypes well, exaggerations maybe of Japan during the Bubble After I got there, I realized the stories in the book were little than the tall tales you heard at the bar almost any Friday night in Ro...


  7. says:

    This was a funny book about experiences in Japan It was quick reading due to its humorous anecdotes on differences in American and Japanese culture and because it was well written He didn t address the white car issue however.


  8. says:

    pam and tracy you have to read these if you haven t

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