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              Grass For His Pillow (B Fmt): Otori Bk 2
               

              Grass For His Pillow (B Fmt): Otori Bk 2 (Paperback)

              By Hearn, Lian

              • RRP: $21.99
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              The sequel to Across the Nightingale Floor follows the separate fates of young lovers Otori Takeo and Shirakawa Kaede, as they fight for survival in a violent time of war, famine and treacherous alliances. This is B format.

              ISBN 9780733615665
              Replacement this title has been replaced by: 9780733619878
              Published AU 1 Apr 2004
              Publisher Hachette
              Interest Age Children / Young Adults
              Series Otori Trilogy
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              Orphan Warriors: Children of the Otori Book 1
               

              Orphan Warriors: Children of the Otori Book 1 (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Hearn, Lian

              • RRP: $32.99
              • $24.74
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              • Pub Date
                28 Jan 20

              Orphan warriors fight for survival in a brutal medieval world in this fantastically thrilling adventure that continues the multi-million-copy selling TALES OF THE OTORI series 'It was as if they were pieces on a board which had been kicked over, each scattered in the dirt and alo...ne.' Orphaned by war, Sunaomi has been given a new name and a place of refuge at Terayama. If he ever leaves the temple he will be put to death. He is resigned to living out his life in seclusion. But fate has other plans for him and it is not long before he is dragged back into the world, with all its joys and dangers. And beyond that, another world of ghosts and monsters beckons to him as he discovers powers he never knew he had. Set in Lian Hearn's magical medieval world of the Otori and continuing the story of The Harsh Cry of the Heron, this is a thrilling tale of friendship and compassion, courage and adventure. Praise for Lian Hearn: 'Brutally thrilling historical fantasy' Herald Sun 'Much like Game of Thrones, the book can be read as political intrigue. Nobody is black or white, rather shades of grey' The Age 'Huge imaginative vitality. Moves onwards with the narrative force of a flood. It is easy to let the book sweep the reader away' Sydney Morning Herald 'The action comes thick and fast . . . Compelling characters and captivating worldbuilding' Japan Times
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              ISBN 9780733641213
              Published AU 28 Jan 2020
              Publisher Hachette
              Interest Age General Audience
              Series Tales of the Otori
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              Sibling Assassins: Children of the Otori Book 2
               

              Sibling Assassins: Children of the Otori Book 2 (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Hearn, Lian

              • RRP: $32.99
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              • Pub Date
                28 Jan 20

              As a boy Arai Sunaomi was known as the Miracle Child and crossed between the worlds to walk among the dead. Now he has put aside his past to follow the way of the warrior. His aunt, Kaede, is considering making him her heir, and her General, Miyoshi Kahei, hopes to betroth Sunaom...i to his daughter, Kinu. But there is one girl whom Sunaomi cannot forget: Utahime, who has been dead for seven years. Will he dare bring her back to life? Utahime's brother, Masao, is Sunaomi's oldest friend and the only surviving relative of the great warlord Saga Hideki. When Masao disappears after a fight in the city, Sunaomi is charged with finding him. With his cousins, Kiyoko and Kichizo, sibling assassins from the Tribe, Sunaomi sets out on a journey which will take him into an enthralling and dangerous world of spirits and supernatural beings, rebels, pirates and saints - the extraordinary and enchanting world of the Tales of the Otori.
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              ISBN 9780733643545
              Published AU 28 Jan 2020
              Publisher Hachette
              Interest Age General Audience
              Series Tales of the Otori
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              Across the Nightingale Floor
                

              Across the Nightingale Floor (Paperback, New Edition)

              By Hearn, Lian

              • RRP: $26.50
              • $23.85
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              The international bestseller - a journey of revenge and treachery, honour and loyalty, beauty and passion, which does for medieval Japan what Game of Thrones does for medieval Europe.

              ISBN 9781509837809
              Released AU 12 Jan 2017
              Publisher Pan Macmillan
              Interest Age 16+ years
              Series Tales of the Otori
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              Heaven's Net is Wide
                

              Heaven's Net is Wide (Paperback, New Edition)

              By Hearn, Lian

              • RRP: $23.50
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              A stunning prequel to the Tales of the Otori series that began with Across the Nightingale Floor, the mystical world of an ancient, feudal Japan, which does for medieval Japan what Game of Thrones does for medieval Europe.

              ISBN 9781509837830
              Released AU 6 Apr 2017
              Publisher Pan Macmillan
              Interest Age 18+ years
              Series Tales of the Otori
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              Grass for His Pillow
                

              Grass for His Pillow (Paperback, New Edition)

              By Hearn, Lian

              • RRP: $26.50
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              The second volume in the Tales of the Otori trilogy - a journey of revenge and treachery, honour and loyalty, beauty and passion, which does for medieval Japan what Game of Thrones does for medieval Europe.

              ISBN 9781509837816
              Released AU 12 Jan 2017
              Publisher Pan Macmillan
              Interest Age 16+ years
              Series Tales of the Otori
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              Brilliance of the Moon
                

              Brilliance of the Moon (Paperback, New Edition)

              By Hearn, Lian

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              The third book in the epic 'Tales of the Otori' series - timeless storytelling that crosses genres, genders and generations, which does for medieval Japan what Game of Thrones does for medieval Europe.

              ISBN 9781509837823
              Released AU 12 Jan 2017
              Publisher Pan Macmillan
              Interest Age 16+ years
              Series Tales of the Otori
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              Across the Nightingale Floor: Book 1 Tales of the Otori
               

              Across the Nightingale Floor: Book 1 Tales of the Otori (Paperback)

              By Hearn, Lian

              • RRP: $19.99
              • $14.99
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              Across the Nightingale Floor is the first book in the five-part Tales of the Otori series. More than four million copies have been sold in over 36 countries. 'The best story of magic, love, sex, revenge and suspense to have come this way since Philip Pullman' Independent On Sunda...y (UK) In his fortress at Inuyama, the murderous warlord Iida Sadamu surveys his famous nightingale floor. Constructed with exquisite skill, it sings at the tread of each human foot. No assassin can cross it unheard. Brought up in a remote village among the Hidden, a reclusive and spiritual people, Takeo has learned only the ways of peace. Why, then, does he possess the deadly skills that make him so valuable to the sinister Tribe? These supernatural powers will lead him to his violent destiny within the walls of Inuyama - and to an impossible longing for a girl who can never be his. His journey is one of revenge and treachery, beauty and magic, and the passion of first love. 'masterful storytelling ...a fantastic read' The Age PRAISE FOR THE TALES OF THE OTORI 'An engrossing fantasy saga of literary quality.' The Age 'Lian Hearn's marvellous storytelling talent ...makes reading these books a moment of pure bliss. ' Le Monde 'an enthralling and original work of fantasy' The Times
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              ISBN 9780733635229
              Published AU 27 Jan 2016
              Publisher Hachette
              Interest Age General Audience
              Series Tales of the Otori
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              Heaven's Net is Wide: Book 5 Tales of the Otori

              Heaven's Net is Wide: Book 5 Tales of the Otori (Paperback)

              By Hearn, Lian

              • RRP: $19.99
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              Heaven's Net is Wide is both the Prologue and the final book in the five-part Tales of the Otori series. More than four million copies have been sold in over 36 countries. 'The best story of magic, love, sex, revenge and suspense to have come this way since Philip Pullman' Indepe...ndent On Sunday (UK) Lord Shigeru, heir to the Otori clan, faces hostility from the ambitious Iida family. His training as a warrior has prepared him for leadership, but fate and Shigeru's youthful determination bring the Three Countries to war, and he must endure defeat at the battle of Yaegahara and its brutal consequences. Shigeru waits for the moment when he can win back the Middle Country and be with the woman he loves, the Lady Maruyama. But his life is under constant threat. He has friends among the assassins of the Tribe who will not only protect him but will reveal the existence of a boy in a remote mountain village. A boy who is of the sect known as the Hidden, who might prove to be 'the unexpected move that opens up the whole game'. So begin the Tales of the Otori ...'rich with character and detail, yet effortless to read.' Sydney Morning Herald PRAISE FOR THE TALES OF THE OTORI 'One of the most thrilling series of our time' The Times 'An engrossing fantasy saga of literary quality.' The Age 'Lian Hearn's marvellous storytelling talent ...makes reading these books a moment of pure bliss.' Le Monde
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              ISBN 9780733635212
              Published AU 27 Jan 2016
              Publisher Hachette
              Interest Age General Audience
              Series Tales of the Otori
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              Tale of Shikanoko Bindup

              Tale of Shikanoko Bindup (Paperback)

              By Hearn, Lian

              ISBN 9780733638305
              Published AU 10 Oct 1950
              Publisher Hachette
              Interest Age General Audience
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