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Cold Rain -- Yamabuki and the Warlord Prince

Cold Rain Yamabuki and the Warlord Prince Ancient Japan a medieval land of stunning beauty and unspeakable brutality In a grand bid to preserve the royal bloodline warlord General Moroto has personally trained Yamabuki his daughter and last

  • Title: Cold Rain -- Yamabuki and the Warlord Prince
  • Author: Katherine M. Lawrence
  • ISBN: 9781943194049
  • Page: 275
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Ancient Japan a medieval land of stunning beauty and unspeakable brutality In a grand bid to preserve the royal bloodline, warlord General Moroto has personally trained Yamabuki, his daughter and last surviving child, in the art of war and rulership Not yet seventeen years old, Yamabuki travels in the guise of an ordinary samurai, heading for the capital carrying secrAncient Japan a medieval land of stunning beauty and unspeakable brutality In a grand bid to preserve the royal bloodline, warlord General Moroto has personally trained Yamabuki, his daughter and last surviving child, in the art of war and rulership Not yet seventeen years old, Yamabuki travels in the guise of an ordinary samurai, heading for the capital carrying secret dispatches in her first real world test However, rival factions send ninja to make sure she never gets there alive In a lawless town Yamabuki encounters the young warlord Yoshinaka Handsome and charismatic, he vows to regain what was taken from him by a treacherous uncle Drawn to one another as kindred souls, Yoshinaka reveals to Yamabuki his plans to regain far than his birthright, and invites her to join him in an ambitious power grab to conquer and rule over the entire empire.

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    1. I'm really, really enjoying these books:- The details the author is providing are just fascinating. Info about traditions, clothes, weapons, lifestyles, and more all transport me to 12th century Japan perfectly.- The story is turning out to be really excellent. My only problem with it: She's dosing the story out book by book, and I'm now wanting to get through the full arc of the story - yet I have to wait for the next book! (Good problem to have.)Kudos, Katherine, for an excellent bit of work. [...]

    2. Katherine Lawrence is an excellent story teller, and Yamabuki is a heroine worthy of all time. I am thoroughly enjoying this series of novellas. Even though I generally prefer a big, thick, juicy book with hundreds of pages, I find that the depth of knowledge Lawrence exhibits plays well to the shorter style. In other words, there is so much in each book, brief as they are, that the brevity makes it easier to digest, savor, and enjoy.I love me some Yamabuki. She's a strong young female Samurai i [...]

    3. Lawrence's Yamabuki stories are never long enough, for my taste--I suppose Dickens's readers felt the same way. This volume provides an interesting alternate look at certain events of the previous book, fleshing out perspectives and details, along with new developments in Yamabuki's journey. Lawrence's pacing is spot-on, with just the right amount of teasing and suspense. I'm not ordinarily a big fan of hist fic or ancient Japan, but this book series has converted me with its lush details, impec [...]

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