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He held his sword firmly in two hands, out to his left with point up, and scooted
the left foot nearer Tomoe, daring her to challenge. She held one of her swords
over her head, the other straight out from her side. They clashed, fell away,
Generally they carried images of Buddha eternally upon their backs, held on by
rope, and never put them down. This one had not merely set the burden aside —
he had hung the Buddha from the tree by its throat. "You know me," answered ...
They saved each other, or at least held one another back from swifter death. They
gasped each time a wave passed out from under then, filled their lungs with air,
then held the breaths until the clinging sea let them up once more. All was ...
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - JanW.B1 - LibraryThing
Tomoe Gozen is the first novel of the Tomoe Gozen Saga. Naipon is an island-empire in a world very much like our own, and Naipon is the Japan of that world, except all the legends are real. Tomoe ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Literate.Ninja - LibraryThing
This book is what happens when someone does research into Japanese history and mythology, and then decides that it would be so much more awesome if there was no difference between them (which I have ... Read full review