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  • In Japan, people believe that there are years in a person?s life that are bad luck. For men, the worst is 41. It is yakudoshi. It is the age of calamity.
  • Ikau's quest continues. He is still living in the park, watching the prowlings of a magy cat, getting caught up in a swarm of golden butterflies, sleeping under a bridge, having flying dreams.
  • A shockingly powerful novel that pulls us into the world of crystal meth. The characters are our neighbors, our cousins, our brothers, the ones who break our hearts. A breathtaking debut.
  • In this compelling, reflective, and sometimes humorous memoir, the son of a dark-skinned, tough-as-nails Hawaiian father and frantic, no-nonsense Hawaiian mother is born with red hair. Rudolph Puana grows up in hardscrabble Kahaluu, Oahu...
  • Bunji, his father said, "I doubt your life in Japan will be easy for you. Or that I can help you. But do whatever you must in order to live fully. Take risks and live. Make your own karma."
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    The Bone Hook is the late Ian MacMillan's third Hawaii novel and is published posthumously. Ian passed away--too soon--in 2008.
  • Hawaii's break-through novelist, Chris McKinney, has written a fourth novel that continues to delve deep into the heart of Hawaiis dark side.