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Samurai Barber Versus Ninja Hairstylist

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Change is in the hair.

Ninjas are wreaking havoc by cutting people’s hair without their permission. Behind this follicular terrorism is a master ninja, the Ninja Hairstylist, whose chaotic hairstyle embodies the anarchy that is about to tear the city apart.

The Samurai Barber must step up and cut down the evil strands on the Ninja Hairstylist’s head. It is not just keratin t
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Published November 28th 2020 by Matador
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Peter Baran
Nov 09, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
When I was a kid, I remember in a reading lesson moving on to the class reading The Iron Man by Ted Hughes. Initially I was super excited, finally we got to read a superhero comic. Then I discovered it was not that, it was a weird anti-war kids prose poem type thing. But even I was won over by it, and certainly the bits that are the plot of the Iron Giant are great. And then the giant bat-angel turns up in the last chapter and any sense of a thematic whole is squandered. Samurai Barber Versus Ni ...more
Nov 20, 2020 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
In a story which combines hairdressing and societal issues, the Samurai Barber faces a Master Ninja hairstylist who threatens everything the Samurai believes in by cutting people’s hair without their permission.
I was expecting this book to be light-hearted yet thought provoking, and it did deliver on that. However, I did find it hard to be invested in the concept as the pronouns were unfamiliar to me and the society was written in a way that made it seem like normality, so although I understood
Kate Sibson
I have to say this book lost me. It starts well enough with the Samurai Barber hunting for the Ninja Hairstylist, who is cutting hair against people's will. This was enjoyable especially the world building (pet phones!). But then it moved into more of a social commentary, concerning society structures, free will and unwired consequences. It took several turns which I wasn't expecting but, again, it was good. I did find the pronouns a bit confusing but that is more my ignorance showing that any e ...more
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Zed Dee grew up in Malaysia where he was exposed to three languages; English, Malay and Mandarin. Then he moved to Singapore when he was nine, where he studied English as a first language and Malay as second, because he couldn't read Chinese.

He has a BA in Sonic Art but found out he wasn't really that good at it. So, he decided to work in the games industry, starting off as a game tester, then bec

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