A (mostly) autobiographical account of the two years a Mormon missionary spent serving in the Tokyo South Mission during the late 1970s....
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Tokyo South Reviews
I very much enjoyed reading this account of the experiences in Japan of an American former missionary of the Mormon church who was assigned to the Tokyo South mission. It was well written and very interesting, even though it contained some jargon, acronyms, and allusions that non-Mormons wouldn't probably understand very much, if at all. As an ex-Mormon (and ex-missionary) myself, I don't have anything good to say about the Mormon church, but the book was entertaining, interesting, and held a certain deja-vu for me. Being a missionary is very difficult, and many of the frustrations and pettiness of mission life came out in this story.