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Young Samurai: The Way of Fire/Jamie Johnson: Born to Play


Young Samurai: The Way of Fire/Jamie Johnson: Born to Play

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    Available in PDF Format | Young Samurai: The Way of Fire/Jamie Johnson: Born to Play.pdf | English
    Chris Bradford and Dan Freedman(Author)
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Two short children's stories; Born to Play and Young Samarai.

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  • By Mark Gannon on 7 August 2017

    This is going to sound like I am repeating myself, because I said this about every other Young Samurai book I have reviewed, but it was a great gift. My nephew loved it and was engrossed from the start.

  • By Aidan.B1 on 9 March 2012

    This book is amazing. It fits in perfectly with the series. Just like the rest it's full of questions, answers and plenty of action. It keeps you on the edge of you seat and you just can't put it down. I've read it several times and I would happily read it again, along with the rest of the series. Thank You Chris Bradford.

  • By lucybennett on 9 March 2012

    Young samurai the way of fire is a great book to review although it is a short story it is a very eventful. Jack Fletcher is training as a samurai in 17th century japan whilst being hunted by a deadly ninja named dragon eye. Jack goes on a gashukku to hone his warrior skills but while he is there he has to face some terrifying challenges and it takes all his loyalty courage and focus to save his friends and his own life.

  • By Samantha C Rahim on 9 December 2012

    I thought that the book was actually quite realistic. I loved the fact that Chris did all this research. I have read all of the young samurai books in the series and thought that they were absolutely fantastic! Good job Chris! ;)

  • By B. Bonner on 18 December 2010

    Not worth having. A very short story. Not a patch on the usual series,+ a useless book stuck upside down to it, and not even aimed at the same type of reader. Give it a miss and stay with the main Series.

  • By Shazaan on 10 March 2012

    The Way of Fire has proven to be a thrilling book, I have yet again been blown away by both the imagination and the quality of Chris Bradford's writing, it was truly fantastic. I have been a huge fan of the series ever since I laid eyes on The Way of the Warrior (BOOK 1), completely drawn into this breathtaking plot he has created. I felt understanding with the characters, the environment, their strives and their joys.The fans, without doubt, will have expected a lot from this book, and I for one was not disappointed. A superb read!

  • By Nick on 4 June 2015

    Very well written and obviously very well researched. A serie of stories of friendship, brotherly and sisterly love, respect, honour and hatred and treachery, We followed Jack from being a 12 year old boy to a 16 year old young man and although there was some hugging between Jack and his male and female friends at no time was their any sex or inappropriate touching mentioned - sadly unusual in today's books. I enjoyed the whole series from start to finish and can only hope that Jack made it back safely to England and was reunited with his sister, and that he lived a happy and safe life which he deserved after all that he had been through.

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