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Dragon Sword and Wind Child - Miho Satake, Noriko Ogiwara, Cathy Hirano
Dragon Sword and Wind Child
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3.85 65
Format: hardcover
ISBN: 9781421515014 (1421515016)
Publisher: VIZ Media LLC
Pages no: 286
Edition language: English
Series: Tales of the Magatama (#1)
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Familiar Diversions
Familiar Diversions rated it
3.5 Dragon Sword and Wind Child by Noriko Ogiwara, translated by Cathy Hirano, illustrations by Miho Satake
Fifteen-year-old Saya is the only survivor of an attack by the army of the God of Light on her village when she was a child. Although she occasionally dreams about the attack, she now lives with her adoptive parents in the village of Hashiba, which has accepted the God of Light and his immortal chil...
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5.0 Dragon Sword and Wind Child by Noriko Ogiwara
In a world where you either follow the God of Light or the Goddess of Darkness, 15 year-old Saya was raised to love the Light. And when she is chosen as a handmaiden for the Prince of Light, there is no higher honor. But Saya soon becomes dissatisfied with life at the Palace of Light. And she finds ...
Reading with a Vengeance
Reading with a Vengeance rated it
5.0 Dragon Sword and Wind Child
See this review and more at Whitley ReadsI recently found out that the second book in this series has been translated to English, so of course I had to do a reread of this one. For…what, the fourth time? Fifth? Who cares; I’m sure I’ll do more.This one of my favorite books from my childhood, so one...
coffee & ink
coffee & ink rated it
Reread, slightly updated translation; I don't remember it well enough to remark on the differences.I get a little more out of it now that I know a little more of Japanese mythology, but I can tell I'm still missing a great deal. It also helps to think of the story as in mythic+folktale mode rather ...
Bashara Likes Books
Bashara Likes Books rated it
Author Noriko Ogiwara grew up reading and loving western fantasy epics. As such she was inspired to create a great fantasy epic which drew on Japanese culture and mythology. I think knowing this is vital going into this book. If you’re not a big fantasy epic buff (I’m not) this book may not be a ...
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