Four YA Apocalypse / Post-Apocalypse Novels + Honorable Mentions - Ninja. Writer.My kids are one-quarter Japanese and they wish that their Japanese ancestry is steeped in the way of the ninja. I can see the appeal of the ninja over that of warlord, though. Very appealing! Shogun : A Shogun was often one of the military governors of Japan from to It was typically a Daimyo who was able to unite the others in opposition of the emperor. Subordinate only to the shogun, daimyo were the most powerful feudal rulers from the 10th century to the middle 19th century in Japan. There were about daimyo by the end of the feudal era.
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My kids want to be ninjas. However, popular on-screen ninja characters that glorify high-tech weapons and sensationalized destruction seem to inspire some less-than-desirable imitative behavior in my kids. Enter, ninja picture books. Here are seven family favorites that my kids and I both agree are worth their spots on the bookshelf:. Add to Bag.
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And be sure to scroll all the way down to the bottom — there are some honorable mentions down there that look promising. A comet hits the moon and knocks it into a new orbit much, much closer to Earth. But if you remember your high school science classes, you might remember that the moon controls things like the tide. The story is told through the eyes of high school sophomore Miranda. A human girl comes into his world and he decides not to eat her. Instead, he befriends her. And little by little, they discover a cure for the zombie apocalypse.
Taro is a boy from a coastal village in rural Japan, fated to become a fisherman like his father. But in just one night, Taro's world is turned upside down - and his destiny is changed forever. A thrilling novel of ancient curses, warring emperors, forbidden love. He received his degree in English from Oxford University. Blood Ninja was inspired by his interest in the Far East, and by the fact that he is secretly a vampire ninja himself. Nick lives with his wife in Oxfordshire.
So every once in a while I'll go through a period where I'm obsessed with a particular setting or concept in fantasy or sci-fi, and I need to find a book to read that features it. My Binge now is medieval assassins or Ninjas will suffice. So does anyone have any good book recommendations? Here's the one catch: I'm looking for ones where the primary character is just a good Assassin, they don't have some mystical superpowers or anything like that. This is why I couldn't get into Brent Weeks 'Night Angel' trilogy, or 'Tales of the Otori', it just killed it for me when they basically turned the protagonists into Jedi. Yeah, I was going to mention the Night Angel Trilogy. But I didn't really like it that much in the end, anyways- I was never really invested in the characters.