Rise of the Ninja

Rise of the Ninja

Book - 2011 | lst U.S. pbk. ed.
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In the moonlight, the explosive fast draw became a horizontal streak of silver, flashing momentarily from the cover of the shadow. The tip of Moonshadow's sword ambushed the lurking foe, who stood, still drawing his own weapon.

It's the dawn of an age of peace in medieval Japan, and a power hungry warlord is plotting to plunge the nation into a deadly civil war using a secret weapon from the West. Enter Moonshadow, the newest and youngest agent for the Grey Light Order, a covert brotherhood of shinobi (ninja spy warriors) who work for the shogun. For his first mission, Moonshadow is sent on a perilous journey to capture the plans for the secret weapon. Can Moonshadow defeat the evil warlord, rogue samurai, professional killers, and another ninja spy to save his country from violent chaos? Or will his first mission also be his last?

This thrilling ninja adventure by Simon Higgins, an expert Japanese swordsman, combines gripping action, humor, hold-your-breath suspense, and even a bit of magic for an exciting and fast-paced read!
Publisher: New York : Little, Brown Books for Young Read, 2011.
Edition: lst U.S. pbk. ed.
ISBN: 9780316055321
0316055328
Branch Call Number: HIGGI
Characteristics: 325 p.
Alternative Title: Eye of the beast

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Aurawolf Oct 06, 2013

great book

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fait26
Feb 05, 2013

love it and cool ninja weapons!!!

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DaisyDukes
Jan 16, 2012

Moonshadow has many real ninja tools and weapons. It was very helpful for my knowledge of ninjas and very entertaining to read. Dylan
ps. Its epic

This book is soooooooo good

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