Soul Of The Sword

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Author : Julie Kagawa
Detail : “THE TIME OF THE would like APPROACHES…
Yumeko the shapeshifter had one task: take her piece of the traditional and powerful scroll to the Steel Feather temple and forestall the conjuring of the nice Kami Dragon. however she includes a new enemy currently. The demon Hakaimono, has at large and possessed the samurai she thought would shield her, Kage Tatsumi of the Shadow kin.

Hakaimono has done the impossible and joined forces with Genno, the Master of Demons, to interrupt his curse and set himself free. however Genno desires to overthrow the empire and canopy the land darkly. to try and do that he wants just one factor, the scroll Yumeko is concealing. because the ways of Yumeko and therefore the possessed Tatsumi cross once more the complete empire are going to be thrown into chaos.

Return to Julie Kagawa’s stunning and threatening land of shapeshifters, samurai and demons as Japanese mythology and magic swirl along within the ny Times bestselling author’s innovative journey.

Soul of the Sword :

Young Adult Fiction

Author - Julie Kagawa
Publisher - Harlequin
Pages - 304
ISBN - 1488038864

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Detail - One thousand years ago, a wish was made and a sword of rage and lightning was forged. Kamigoroshi. The Godslayer. A weapon powerful enough to seal away the formidable demon Hakaimono. Now he has broken free. Kitsune shapeshifter Yumeko has one task: to take her piece of the ancient and powerful Scroll of a Thousand Prayers to the Steel Feather temple in order to prevent the summoning of the Harbinger of Change, the great Kami Dragon who will grant one wish to whomever holds the scroll. But she has a new enemy now, more dangerous than any she has yet faced. The demon Hakaimono is free at last, and he has possessed the very person Yumeko trusted to protect her from the evil at her heels, Kage Tatsumi of the Shadow Clan. Hakaimono has only one goal: to break the curse of the sword and set himself free to rain chaos and destruction over the land forevermore. To do so, he will need the scroll. And Yumeko is the only one standing in his way.

Soul of the Sword : An Illustrated History of Weaponry and Warfare from Prehistory to the Present

Technology & Engineering

Author - Robert L. O'Connell
Publisher - Simon and Schuster
Pages - 390
ISBN - 0684844079

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Detail - A sweeping illustrated history of war and the implements used to perpetrate it takes readers on a fascinating tour of humanity's most persistant and destructive character trait and the technology that has been developed to promote warfare. 35,000 first printing.

Soul of the Fire :


Author - Terry Goodkind
Publisher - RosettaBooks
Pages - 802
ISBN - 0795346123

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Detail - Mayhem runs rampant as battle lines are drawn between rival lands in the 5nd novel of the #1 New York Timesbestselling author’s epic fantasy series. Richard Rahl has finally married his true love, Kahlan, and are enjoying their wedding night in the Village of the Mud People. But their newlywed bliss is cut short as unexplainable deaths begin to occur. Richard realizes that when Kahlan called forth the Chimes in order to save him, they remained free—and now they’re causing havoc. Richard’s mentor Zedd sends him and Kahlan off to the Wizard’s Keep in Aydindril to retrieve a magic spell that will stop the threat. But they are soon sidetracked by the people of Anderith, who wield a powerful weapon known as the Dominie Dirtch. The leadership of Anderith is making a bid to align with the evil Imperial Order. And as Richard tries to persuade them to change their minds, the Chimes continue their dangerous mischief.

The Japanese Sword : The Soul of the Samurai


Author - Gregory Irvine
Publisher - no defined
Pages - 128

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Detail - Drawing on the V&A's magnificent collection, this illustrated survey examines the development of the Japanese sword in an historical and social context from the 8th to the 12th century. The development of the sword from its origins as one of the world's most effective cutting weapons in seen in the context of the emergence and development of Japan's ruling military class, the samurai, to whom it was indispensable both as a weapon and symbol of power. The book also deals with the techniques used in the making of the sword and the associated terminology. In addition to weapons from the V&A's own collections, illustrations include comparative materials from Japan's Tokyo National Museum, as well as prints showing graphic depictions of swords in action.

Soul Sword : The Way and Mind of a Zen Warrior


Author - Vernon Kitabu Turner
Publisher - Watkins Media Limited
Pages - 244
ISBN - 1780281943

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Detail - An amazing demonstration of the power of Zen in martial arts - Roshi Kitabu, who can physically defeat a powerful opponent with just one finger, shows the reader how to tap into the power of 'no mind', to connect with the Divine Spirit, and to overcome all the obstacles that life throws in his way.

Soul of a Sword :

Author - ayaba alashola
Publisher - no defined
Pages - 82
ISBN - 9781540705341

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Detail - Soul of A Sword is a collection of poetry and prose stories. Each one takes the readers through a journey about the experience of freedom, abuse, love, pain, and survival.The book is just part one of a series, and each story itself serves as a different chapter. Soul of A Sword is a collection of work dating as far back as 2010, and it just the tip of the iceberg.

The Sword in the Soul :


Author - Roger Chauviré
Publisher - no defined
Pages - 291

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Soul of Swords :


Author - Jonathan Moeller
Publisher - Azure Flame Media, LLC
Pages - 406

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Detail - MAZAEL CRAVENLOCK is the last hope. As castle after castle falls to the runedead horde, Mazael must lead his armies to victory...or the world shall fall into darkness forever. And Mazael must stop his father's dark plans. No matter what the cost to himself. LUCAN MANDRAGON wields the relics of a forgotten empire, the runedead his to command. Soon he shall destroy the Demonsouled and free the world of their curse forever. No matter who he has to kill to do it. SKALATAN is the strongest of the serpent priests, and soon he will become stronger still. For he shall claim the power of the Demonsouled and become the new god of the serpent people. And then all men will bow before the serpent god. THE OLD DEMON is ready at last. For centuries he has plotted and manipulated kings and lords. Now he shall seize the power of the Demonsouled for himself, and become the new god. And all the world will be his to torment.

The Sword and the Soul : A Romance of the Civil War

United States

Author - William Rattle Plum
Publisher - no defined
Pages - 446

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Fox Elvensword and the Sword of Bhaal :


Author - George Allen Butler II
Publisher - Author House
Pages - 450
ISBN - 149692892X

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Detail - Bhaal sat on his most prized possession, a golden and ivory throne bought with the money he had earned during the adventures of his youth. It rose up from the floor like the stump of a once magnificent tree. Two huge armrests flanked each side of the seat, fanning out at the top to end in a smooth flat surface. Gold, etched with runes, spiraled and swirled through the structure everywhere. The sides were as the bark of a tree, rippled and pitted as if worn by time and water damage. The back reached up high enough to support his slender shoulders and bent back into a curl like the edge of aged parchment. Bhaal, however, was in stark contrast to the throne. His once statuesque body had wasted away. He was nothing more than skin and bones. The stench of his breath was that of a carcass. The dark black orbs that were his eyes stared straight ahead from his skull into the hallway before him. He had the look of someone seeing into eternity. A tarnished bronze crown sat on filthy, dusty black hair. His tunic had rotted away to nothing more than tatters. A rusted shirt of chain mail rested upon it, torn away at the waist. His leather breeches had dry rotted away from the knees down. A rusted chain skirt covered his thighs. Its links were broken and jagged at the seams. High top plate boots, rusted from years of neglect, covered his feet. The heavy coating of dust upon him told those who looked at him that he had not moved in years. It was hard to tell that Bhaal was still alive, but alive he was. He had somehow managed to live far beyond his own time, existing without eating or moving. The physicians had given up long ago on trying to figure out what it was that kept him so. Theologians had inspected him. Philosophers debated his refusal to die in his present state. In truth, he had not spoken in twenty years, even though the wilderness and upstart usurpers carved away at his vast empire until all he still owned was the small town of Nineveh that rested at the base of his small keep. And then there was the sword. An elegant bronze and Damascus steel broadsword reaching up from the base of the throne to the palm of Bhaal's hand. Its point made a gouge in the floor. Red rubies adorned the hilt and pommel, and even through years of non-use the whole sword was immaculately polished and clean. It was the sword that had carved out Bhaal's once mighty empire, and thousands of legends were attributed to the revered artifact. Forged from pure dark iron found only on the plains of the Abyss, it was rumored to have dispatched more than one daemon from existence.

Bushido, The Soul of Japan :


Author - Inazo Nitobé
Publisher - BoD – Books on Demand
Pages - 88
ISBN - 3734046203

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Detail - Reproduction of the original: Bushido, The Soul of Japan by Inazo Nitobé

The Sword That Pierced My Soul :


Author - Barbara Hodgson
Publisher - Tate Publishing
Pages - 321
ISBN - 1616639156

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Detail - "In The Sword that Pierced My Soul, a fictionalized account of the life of Mary, author B.J. Hodgson details what it would have been like to be the mother of Jesus Christ, the promised Messiah, showing that though Mary was the Lord's mother, she was not unlike mothers the world over -- with an undying love for her child"--Cover, p. [4].

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