The Way of the Sword

The Way of the Sword

eBook - 2009
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Publisher: London : Puffin, 2009
ISBN: 9780141931487
0141931485
Branch Call Number: Online eBook
Characteristics: 1 online resource (379 p.) :,ill., 1 map
Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc

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Ruth2001
Jul 17, 2016

This book is filled with sacrifices and friendship, struggles and goals.

ken2002 Apr 22, 2013

i read the whole series except this one and the next the series is awesome

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P_Patel
Jul 23, 2012

I read the first one amazing cant wait to read the second one

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OLIVER DUNN
Jun 20, 2012

Although the plot wasn't as interesting as the first book, this book was just as well written as the first book in the series. I couldn't put it down once I started it.

BPLNextBestKids Jan 03, 2012

Samurai Warriors and Ninjas! If you are interested in martial arts and would like to know how teens were trained in the 1600s in Japan to become Samurai Warriors, you will love this book. It is a sequel to The Way of the Warrior and continues the story of Jack, an orphan whose father was killed by the notorious ninja, Dragon Eye. With the help of a great samurai, Jack has completed a year of samurai training, but some of his classmates and teachers resent having a foreigner learn their secrets. Jack must protect his life and his father’s rutter, a navigational log which Dragon Eye is determined to take. This is an exciting story of courage and determination. The definitions of the Japanese words at the back of the book are very helpful. Reviewed by BPL volunteer EE..

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dixiedog
Oct 29, 2011

A great book. Book 2 in a series that will have seven books by March 2012. Doctor-at Bass! T.A.

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skcool
Jun 25, 2011

best series EVER!!!!! awsome 2 book

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ChrisMathew
Feb 10, 2011

The Way of the Sword was a good read as well. It is the second book in the series. The next book is "The Way of the Dragon." The book before is called "The Way of the Warrior." In this book, Jack learns how to use a sword. The author uses excellent foreshadowing for the next book, using hints of a war stirring up... Definitely a good book in the series.

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BenPoppe
Dec 28, 2010

Very good book

Filled with action and suspense.

Teaches you all about 1700th Japan

A very good book if you want to read it for fun.

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Ruth2001
Jul 17, 2016

Jack has to learn the way of the sword and defend him and his father's rutter, while still practising for qualifications to get into The Circle of Three.

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BenPoppe
Dec 28, 2010

This is a story about a English boy who is shipwrecked near Japan. He is adopted by the best swordsman in the country and is taught how to become a samuria warrior. A ninjia is haunting him, a man who has killed his father and is after his father's logbook. It is said that this book contains so much information about the sea that which ever country controls it is all powerful over the seas. Throughout the book you learn more about 1700th Japan. Full of action suspense and fighting this book is one of the best fiction book about this time in Japan that I have read.

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OLIVER DUNN
Jun 20, 2012

In a fight between a strong body and a strong technique, technique will prevail. In a fight between a strong technique and a strong mind, mind will prevail because it will find the weak point.

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