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Child of Vengeance (Hardback)
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Child of Vengeance (Hardback)

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Hardback 432 Pages / Published: 28/02/2013
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Scholar. Warrior. Samurai.

His name was Bennosuke, son of the great Munisai Shinmen, known throughout the empire as one of the greatest warriors who ever lived.

His destiny was to become a great warrior like his father - a Samurai, one of the most feared and respected in the world.

But before fame comes action, and Bennosuke must prove himself on the battlefield before he can claim his inheritance. And in his way stands the vengeful Hayato, son of Lord Nakata, the face of the enemy, a man who is determined to kill Bennosuke.

It is a battle between honour and vengeance, pride and reputation. And Bennosuke must look death in the eye before he can call himself a warrior. Before he can call himself Musashi, the greatest warrior of all time...

Publisher: Simon & Schuster Ltd
ISBN: 9781471102400
Number of pages: 432
Dimensions: 234 x 153 mm

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“Delve into the world of samurai”

An action packed samurai epic that follows a young warrior named Bennosuke as he rises up to greatness. A novel that focuses on samurai culture without over-romanticizing it like alot of stories of this ilk do; it... More

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