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  • ペーパーバック: 376ページ
  • 出版社: Createspace (2012/11/20)
  • 言語: 英語
  • ISBN-10: 148027223X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1480272231
  • 発売日: 2012/11/20
  • 商品パッケージの寸法: 14 x 2.2 x 21.6 cm
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Rising Son: A Father and Son's Bike Adventure across Japan 2012/12/12
投稿者 Rainer - (
形式: ペーパーバック
As someone who has traveled extensively with my own children, I was fascinated to read Charles' account of traversing Japan with his 8-year old son. Having gone through the challenges of being on the road, I could relate to this adventure on many levels, but peddling for over 2,000 miles was a whole other story ! Taking on sumo wrestlers, dealing with torrential rains, and sleeping in a tent on the side of the road were just the physical demands this trip required. The bigger test was psychological, and watching Charles grow closer to his son with each passing day was inspiring. So if you're looking for some incentive to spend more time with your family, or perhaps plan an adventure of your own, this book will do the trick.
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A page-turner of a travelogue !! 2012/12/7
投稿者 Bradford R Graff - (
形式: Kindle版
This is a really, really fun book. While I WAS expecting a good travelogue about a father / son trip biking the length of Japan - I got a lot more. Do I dare say... a page-turner! Once he got into the details of the trip, I found myself really drawn into the story. There was the expected and the unexpected trials and tribulations (not a spoiler, but the sumo-wresting story was cool). Charles Scott does a great job combining the details of the trip with fun anecdotes, interesting characters, wit, and compassion.

A great read.
A Great Ride 2013/2/26
投稿者 Donald McPherson - (
形式: ペーパーバック
This truly is a fine read. The writings of finding food and places to camp, of oncoming darkness, of the occasional missed turn, of the unexpected change of road surface from asphalt to root infested dirt trail, and of the sometimes violent change in weather, all bring great realism to the days of cycling. The description of nature, such as the sound of the waves as music, and of the characters the author and his son meet, capture the lyrical aspect of the trip. The extensive use of conversational prose gives presence to the story as if I myself were on the adventure, not watching a travelogue. The author's joy of traveling with his son, emphasizing his feelings and reactions to the events of the day, and respecting his interests, such as playing Pokémon with local peers and searching for a "best" game room, give emotional immediacy to the book. Attention to the feelings of the moment, the anxieties of what was yet to come, and the normally insignificant items made luxuries such as a good meal, shelter, or a shower after a long day of cycling, share the fun of the adventure and also create the fun of reading about it. The book is delightful.
Rising Son - A travel book and more. 2013/2/11
投稿者 Padraig_Japan - (
形式: ペーパーバック Amazonで購入
Rising Son is the third book I have read about a foreigner taking on the long journey from one end of Japan to the other. All three have included wonderful details and stories of a side of Japan that you just do do not see unless you go out and challenge yourself. However, the three books really have been about journeys of self discovery and fulfilment. Rising Son added an extra dimension. A father watching his son meeting adversity head on, growing before his eyes and keeping his wonderful sense of humour. There is a lot in this book for those expecting a travelogue. The descriptions of Hokkaido and Nagano are vivid and made me want to take my whining 8 year old away from his DS and Wii for a blast of ocean wind and steep mountains. The kind and generous people met along the way, shows that there is good everywhere and still hope for humanity. But most of all, it is seeing the bond develop between the father and son which is the real insight.
Drop everything to read this! 2015/7/16
投稿者 Ivan Farkas - (
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I met Charles when we were serving on grand jury in NYC. At every break, he was busy typing on his laptop. I teased him by asking if he was working on the next great American novel. His modest response was "I write non-fiction narratives." At then end of our service I asked him, "So, are you published. If yes, where can I get your book?" The answer was "Amazon" and this book.

I literally could not put it down. The writing is direct and the tone loving, filled with interesting background information about Japan. The story is inspiring and heartwarming in a totally non-drippy way. As a war orphan who never knew his dad, I was almost jealous of Sho, Charles's son, who got to live such a great adventure with his father. Even those kids who have dads cannot brag about having one as insane and fabulous as Charles. Be on the lookout for further adventures of CRS with a now older Sho and his little sister Saya.
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