Samurai

Samurai

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Dragons. They masquerade as their victims, unrecognizable to all but a select few. In the West, Simon St. George and his father are the last living descendants of a legendary clan of dragon hunters. In the Far East, fierce Samurai warriors are bound by an oath to defeat the dragons. Now, faced with an apocalyptic dragon plot, East and West must join forces to save mankind.

Brimming with unforgettable dragon lore and exotic adventure, Jason Hightman's riveting sequel toThe Saint of Dragons delves deeper into the raging war between humans and dragons.
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Product details

  • 0-5
  • Paperback | 389 pages
  • 129 x 173 x 23mm | 191g
  • United States
  • English
  • Reprint
  • 0060540168
  • 9780060540166
  • 1,815,523

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303 ratings
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4 29% (87)
3 28% (86)
2 5% (16)
1 4% (13)

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Simon St. George is the youngest male descendant of the legendary Saint George. Simon and his father, Aldric, are also the last to carry on the dragon slaying legacy of their ancestor. Or so they think. Their latest adventure (SAMURAI is the sequel to THE SAINT OF DRAGONS) takes them to the Far East on a hunt for an elusive group of Asian dragons. The father and son team encounter an ancient order of samurai, sworn to defeat the dragons. The samurai and the St. Georges could be powerful allies, if they can all figure out how to work together for the greater good. And if they could all stop keeping secrets and holding grudges. Things that Simon and Aldric are having a few issues with between each other. Until everyone can unite, the battle between human and dragon rages on. This story is about more than just the obvious battle, though. It\'s a battle between east and west, past and present, father and son, and the personal battle each of the main characters has to go through. No struggle is easy. There isn\'t a whole lot of black and white here. And each decision made, or not made, affects many people. The top layer is a great adventure. But underneath there are many more levels. Dragons and demons have many faces, and most of them aren\'t what you\'d expect.show more
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