The Way of the Dragon (Young Samurai, Book 3) - Young Samurai (Paperback)
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The Way of the Dragon (Young Samurai, Book 3) - Young Samurai (Paperback)

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June 1613. Japan is threatened with war and Jack is facing his greatest battle yet. Samurai are taking sides and, as the blood begins to flow, Jack's warrior training is put to the ultimate test. His survival - and that of his friends - depends upon him mastering the Two Heavens, the secret sword technique of the legendary samurai Masamoto Takeshi. But first Jack must recover his father's prize possession from the deadly ninja Dragon Eye. Can Jack defeat his ruthless enemy? Or will the ninja complete his mission to kill the young samurai . . .

Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
ISBN: 9780141324326
Number of pages: 448
Weight: 309 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 27 mm

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“Fantastic!”

It's a fascinating book which explores the history of Japan and difference between Japanese culture and English culture. Through this book, you come to appreciate your friends even more.

Paperback edition
12th January 2011
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“Action Packed Adventure!”

The Way of the Dragon is an absolutely fantastic read. The action starts in the opening chapter and doesn’t stop until the very end of the book – I couldn’t put it down! This is a real insight into what it may have... More

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19th March 2010
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