Book Reviews

Customer Reviews of Naked Tao

 

5.0 out of 5 stars  Buy it – you’ll like it!  on June 20, 2015  A very enjoyable read. Sex, drugs, rock n’ roll, mystery, philosophy and action. What more could you ask? Really looking forward to the sequel.

 

5.0 out of 5 stars I could not put “Naked Tao” down, although there … September 12, 2014 By Rebecca Geldermann  I could not put “Naked Tao” down, although there were some parts that had me so on-edge I had to, just to take a breath. The story touches on social and sexual taboos that made me uncomfortable, not unlike “50 Shades of Grey”, but the mystery and intrigue were so compelling that I can’t wait for the next book so I can see what happens next!

 

4.0 out of 5 stars Best read with a glass of bourbon January 5, 2015  By Lisa A. Riley  This book is an edgy read about a Louisville lawyer on an adventure with a woman from his past and a monk and how he finds light in the darkness with the help of martial arts teachings. Best read with a glass of bourbon, the ending will leave you hungry for the next installment.

 

5.0 out of 5 stars I cannot wait for the next book to be released and am super anxious to find out what will happen next August 20, 2014  By Maddie Grant  Naked Tao is a sexy, mysterious yet adventurous book! I cannot wait for the next book to be released and am super anxious to find out what will happen next. It was hard to put the story down, even at work I was sneaking in a few pages.

 

5.0 out of 5 stars I witnessed the cosmic dance and laughed out loud! October 28, 2014  By Christopher Gray  A provocative and assumption shattering piece of work. The only thing I find difficult about Robert’s work, Naked Tao, is that I have to wait for the next installment of the trilogy. Readers will NOT be disappointed!

 

4.0 out of 5 stars A fast paced, quick, entertaining read, that … October 1, 2014  By Jeremy Nicheols  A fast paced, quick, entertaining read, that is balanced with story line twists and emotional struggle. By the end of the book it leaves the reader questioning morality and their own preconceived notions about life.

 

5.0 out of 5 stars b  on May 30, 2015  Good adventure and teaches Tao at same time without being preachy!