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Stormdancer

Author: Jay Kristoff
Publisher: Oxford : Tor, 2012.
Series: The lotus war, bk. 1
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In this dystopian steampunk fantasy set against a backdrop of feudal Japan, warrior Yukiko captures a supposedly extinct (but crippled) griffin for the Shogun, then learns - after meeting secretive Kin and the rebel Kage cabal - of the horrifying extent of the Shogun's crimes, both against her country and her family. Returning to the city, Yukiko is determined to make the Shogun pay - but what can one girl and a  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fantasy fiction
Fiction
History
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jay Kristoff
ISBN: 9780230762886 0230762883 9781447200499 1447200497
OCLC Number: 808489820
Description: 451 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
Contents: Paperback -This is a dystopian steampunk fantasy set against a backdrop of feudal Japan. Griffins are supposed to be extinct. So when Yukiko and her warrior father are sent to capture one for the Shogun, they fear that their lives are over --
everyone knows what happens to those who fail the Lord of the Shima Isles. But the mission proves less impossible and more deadly than anyone expects. Soon Yukiko finds herself stranded: a young woman alone in her country's last wilderness, with only a furious, crippled griffin for company. Although she can hear his thoughts, and saved his life, all she knows for certain is he'd rather see her dead than help her. Yet trapped together in the forest, Yukiko and the beast soon discover a friendship that neither of them expected. Meanwhile, the country around them verges on collapse. A toxic fuel is choking the land, the machine-powered Lotus Guild is publicly burning those they deem Impure, and the Shogun cares for nothing but his own dominion. Authority has always made Yukiko uneasy, but her world changes when she meets Kin, a young man with secrets, and the rebel Kage cabal. She learns the horrifying extent of the Shogun's crimes, both against her country and her family. Returning to the cuty, Yukiko is determined to make the Shogun pay --
but what can one girl and a flightless griffin do against the might of an empire? In this dystopian steampunk fantasy set against a backdrop of feudal Japan, warrior Yukiko captures a supposedly extinct (but crippled) griffin for the Shogun, then learns --
after meeting secretive Kin and the rebel Kage cabal --
of the horrifying extent of the Shogun's crimes, both against her country and her family. Returning to the city, Yukiko is determined to make the Shogun pay --
but what can one girl and a flightless griffin do against the might of an empire?
Series Title: The lotus war, bk. 1
Responsibility: Jay Kristoff.

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Griffins are supposed to be extinct. So when Yukiko and her warrior father are sent to capture one for the Shogun, they fear that their lives are over - everyone knows what happens to those who fail  Read more...

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Praise for "Stormdancer""Kristoff's imaginative debut, the first in a series, presents the feudal, dystopian Shima Empire, a menacing Japanese-inspired setting... The innovative setting, fast-moving Read more...

 
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