The Musashi Flex
Steve Perry
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Mar 30, 2020 - 14:00 PM By Steve Perry

Under the Galactic Confederation, there are very few ways to rise above your caste One is to become a player in the extreme martial arts game known as the Musashi Flex In the early 23rd century, three people will enter its violent culture a battle scarred veteran, an infiltrator, and a cunning upstart Their fates will entwine and be decided in the bloody arena of theUnder the Galactic Confederation, there are very few ways to rise above your caste One is to become a player in the extreme martial arts game known as the Musashi Flex In the early 23rd century, three people will enter its violent culture a battle scarred veteran, an infiltrator, and a cunning upstart Their fates will entwine and be decided in the bloody arena of the Flex And if they survive, their story will become legend.
  • Title: The Musashi Flex
  • Author: Steve Perry
  • ISBN: 9780441013616
  • Page: 275
  • Format: Paperback

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Dan Young Mar 30, 2020 - 14:00 PM
Solid addition to the Matador series. This book can be read independent of the other books but there are a few ties that make it more enjoyable in my opinion. Characters were interesting, if not a tad cliche--but an interesting end that tied everything up nicely made up for some of that.
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Conal Mar 30, 2020 - 14:00 PM
I was looking for a comfort re-read and picked this one out of stack. As usual, Steve Perry does not disappoint and this was as much fun as the last time I read this.
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Joe Jungers Mar 30, 2020 - 14:00 PM
I didn't expect this to be a prequel.Still, I enjoyed reading this tale.
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Ryan Dash Mar 30, 2020 - 14:00 PM
A great concept and solid world-building accompanied by well-written characters and a swiftly moving plot made this a really fun read.
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Terry Goodwin Mar 30, 2020 - 14:00 PM
Helped fill in more history of the series
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Jeffrey Jelmeland Mar 30, 2020 - 14:00 PM
On the whole I really enjoyed this book, and it was an interesting visit back to the universe of The Man Who Never Missed, which was the first Steve Perry book I ever read. Going back and seeing the formation of the movement which led to the education of this pivotal character provided some very interesting foundation material. After all these years it was nice to see this material come into publication in what will likely be the final book in this series. Fortunately, while it may be the final [...]
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Suzi Mar 30, 2020 - 14:00 PM
Perry wrote a series which began, originally, with a short book about a revolutionary who fought the corrupt intergalactic government and not just won but came out alive. That book was called The Man Who Never Missed.The series is fiction, lots of fighting, lots of sex, some serious perversions- though those aren’t too graphic in the novels.Perry wrote the books for the most important/interesting characters. And they were great. He even gave the hero an unknown daughter and finally married the [...]
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Ray Mar 30, 2020 - 14:00 PM
This was a book that got me into reading in the first place. You know how everyone has a story about "that book" that opened their eyes to the possibilities of the written word? Yeah, this was mine. I was once in remedial reading until someone let me borrow their copy of "The Musashi Flex," and from then on I've been a heavy reader.I always come back to this novel. Maybe because it was my first, but it always takes me someplace else, and carries me away with its story. The rest of the series is [...]
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Tim Mar 30, 2020 - 14:00 PM
Steve Perry's martial-arts inspired science fiction novels are a guilty pleasure. This is one of the more enjoyable ones. I remember reading one many years ago that caught my fancy (I don't remember if it was The 97th Step or The Man Who Never Missed) and then being somewhat disappointed that the others didn't live up to it. But this one was fun. It seems to be an alternate origin-story about the 97 steps martial art and its role in the revolution against the Confederation. (I don't remember the [...]
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Cori Mar 30, 2020 - 14:00 PM
I love this series.I have read and reread the Matador series for years now, and I love returning to this universe. I love most of the characters, especially in the core (older) novels, I love the language that Perry uses, I love the martial arts system that debuts in this book, and I love the writing style.This book and series uses sex scenes as part of the character exposition, so I would not recommend these books for young or easily offended readers.Beyond that, if you seek a good science fict [...]
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Bryan457 Mar 30, 2020 - 14:00 PM
This book is set in the Matador universe (it is a prequel to "The 97th Step"), and tells the story of the man who created the 97 steps fighting system of Sumito.It and "The Man Who Never Missed" are my favorites from the series.Lazlo Mourn is ranked in the Top Twenty of the Musashi Flex, a highly dangerous and illegal underground fight game that spans dozens of Confed planets. The Flex players search out higher ranked player to challenge, dueling for the honor of being ranked the number one figh [...]
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Grendel Mar 30, 2020 - 14:00 PM
Best martial arts book I've ever read.Steve Perry's Matadors series is an incredible saga. Rich with both fighting and philosophy that lovers of the martial arts will appreciate, it has a richly developed world that is both incredible and yet very down to earth. One of my favorite series. I only deducted a point for this edit of the book. There are several random breaks when using an ebook reader. For those of us who are anal retentive about grammar and editing they are mildly annoying, jarring [...]
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Arkham Mar 30, 2020 - 14:00 PM
Perry is very good at what he does. And what he does is write good action stories with a sci-fi backdrop and lots of manly-man stuff *Hoowah* like swords, knives, codes of honor, people fighting and dying, and manly men getting the girls. The plot here isn't the thickest, and the only major twist is the one that was surprisingly not there. But it is certainly a good yarn in the style I've come to expect and appreciate from Steve Perry.
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Daniel Williams Mar 30, 2020 - 14:00 PM
I decided to read a Steve Perry book because I thought his Star Wars books were some of the better ones. This book, number 9, in the Matador series, does stand alone quite well. The first half of the book was very good: multiple plot angles, compelling characters, and the little bits of humor that drew me to read more of Perry's books. The second half was not as good; it became more philosophical than I anticipated, and I accurately predicted most of what happened chapters in advance.
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Marc Mar 30, 2020 - 14:00 PM
I really enjoy this book, taking me back to how the universe got started, and coming up with the basis behind so many things. To be fair, if you're new to the Matador series, this is a great introduction - you don't need to know anything else before jumping into it. A great stand-alone book from one of my favorite writers!
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Lin Thornhill Mar 30, 2020 - 14:00 PM
A pre-prequel of the Matador trilogy-turned-franchise, The Musashi Flex was as engaging a read as the best of Steve Perry's series. Perry is an able story-teller, and it's a joy to read his well-crafted work. I don't ever stumble over missteps in his mechanics, so I can simply immerse myself in the wide universe of his imagination. I can't wait for the next novel in this universe.
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Jim Heivilin Mar 30, 2020 - 14:00 PM
Why do you want to learnkarate?So I won't have to fight.All those years ago in a goofy 80s karate film. Watching Lazlo discover the 97 steps was fantastic. Glad I saved this one for last.
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Michaelc Mar 30, 2020 - 14:00 PM
Just read this not too long ago. I loved "the Man who never missed" and the Matador series, it was what got me started into Sci-Fi, so this was a great read about the creation of the 97 steps.
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F. Paul Laihr Mar 30, 2020 - 14:00 PM
Good simple actionIt's not complicated, overly cryptic or cluttered with anything other than a good story with a thread of future tales. Nice, simple, fun, fast Action.
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Larry Holloman Mar 30, 2020 - 14:00 PM
A fantastic story about the development of Sumito, the martial art which is the at the core of Perry's Matador cycle.
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Brian R. Mcdonald Mar 30, 2020 - 14:00 PM
Brief go references on p. 17, 73.
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Michãel Mar 30, 2020 - 14:00 PM
another really good sci fi read
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Dev Null Mar 30, 2020 - 14:00 PM
I enjoyed this. Its not deep, but it has some interesting characters, and he writes action well. And it never pretends to be more than it is.
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The Musashi Flex By Steve Perry Under the Galactic Confederation, there are very few ways to rise above your caste One is to become a player in the extreme martial arts game known as the Musashi Flex In the early 23rd century, three people will enter its violent culture a battle scarred veteran, an infiltrator, and a cunning upstart Their fates will entwine and be decided in the bloody arena of theUnder the Galactic Confederation, there are very few ways to rise above your caste One is to become a player in the extreme martial arts game known as the Musashi Flex In the early 23rd century, three people will enter its violent culture a battle scarred veteran, an infiltrator, and a cunning upstart Their fates will entwine and be decided in the bloody arena of the Flex And if they survive, their story will become legend.

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