Summary

Samurai are taking sides and, as the blood begins to flow, Jack's warrior training is put to the ultimate test. His survival - and that of his friends - depends upon him mastering the Two Heavens, the secret sword technique of the legendary samurai Masamoto Takeshi. But first Jack must recover his father's prize possession from the deadly ninja Dragon Eye. Can Jack defeat his ruthless enemy? Or will the ninja complete his mission to kill the young samurai?
©2010 Chris Bradford (P)2017 Audible, Ltd
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5 out of 5 stars
By julia on 05-06-18

THE WAY OF THE DRAGON

OMG so good li👍🥋it describes the battle so detailedly I listened to it with my brother we were enraptured 🙂👍👍

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4 out of 5 stars
By Denae C on 16-10-17

lots of death

I liked all the training, but I’m more into happy endings. I liked learning about Japan and Samurai and Ninjas, but too many friends died.

The next books aren’t audiobooks anyway, and so I won’t pick them up.

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