Young Samurai has a rapidly growing fanbase - with the second book, "The Way of the Sword", the series entered into the top 100 children's chart. This tale is set in 1613, and follows Jack Fletcher, who wakes up at a roadside inn wrapped only in a dirty kimono. He has lost his memory and only has a Ronin, a masterless samurai, to help him.
Young Samurai: The Ring of Water is the fifith book in this blockbuster series by Chris Bradford Jack Fletcher has been left for dead. Bruised and battered, Jack Fletcher wakes up in a roadside inn wrapped only in a dirty kimono. He has lost everything, including his memory of what happened. Determined to discover the truth, Jack goes on a quest to retrieve his belongings - his precious swords, his friend Akiko's black pearl and most important of all, his father's prize possession. Relying on his samurai and ninja training, Jack realises The Ring of Water is the key to his survival. But with only a washed up Ronin - a masterless samurai - for help, what will Jack manage to find? What will he lose? And what will he have to sacrifice? 'A fantastic adventure that floors the reader on page one and keeps them there until the end' - Eoin Colfer Chris Bradford has trained in karate, kickboxing and samurai swordsmanship. He earned his black belt in Zen Kyo Shin Taijutsu, the secret fighting art of the ninja. Before writing the Young Samurai series, he was a professional musician and songwriter and has performed for HRH Queen Elizabeth II. You can learn more about Chris Bradford and his books at www.youngsamurai.com.
Bevor Chris Bradford zu schreiben begann, arbeitete er als Berufsmusiker und Songwriter. Er trägt den Schwarzen Gürtel in Tai-jutsu, der geheimen Kampfkunst der Ninja, und beherrscht weitere asiatische Techniken wie Judo und Karate. Mit seiner Familie lebt er in einem kleinen Ort in den South Downs, England.
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