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A new generation, a relentless enmity. The thrilling climax of Lian Hearn's multi-million-copy best-selling Otori series.

As a boy, Arai Sunaomi, was known as the Miracle Child and crossed between the worlds to walk among the dead. Now, he has put aside his past to follow the way of the warrior. His aunt, Kaede, is considering making him her heir, and her General, Miyoshi Kahei, hopes to betroth Sunaomi to his daughter, Kinu. But there is one girl whom Sunaomi cannot forget: Utahime, who has been dead for seven years. Will he dare bring her back to life?

Utahime's brother, Masao, is Sunaomi's oldest friend and the only surviving relative of the great warlord Saga Hideki. When Masao disappears after a fight in the city, Sunaomi is charged with finding him. With his cousins, Kiyoko and Kichizo, sibling assassins from the Tribe, Sunaomi sets out on a journey which will take him into an enthralling and dangerous world of spirits and supernatural beings, rebels, pirates and saints - the extraordinary and enchanting world of the Tales of the Otori.

©2020 Lian Hearn (P)2020 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd

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Tale of sensitivity and passion

I love the blending of the masculine and feminine aspects in this story. There is a deep appreciation of balance throughout with satisfying action and emotional depth. Brilliant writing and great narration.

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better than book 1

gets back to samurais powers and allthe stuff we read otori for. it's still far from the original but not too bad.

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