The Revenge of the Forty-Seven Samurai (2020)

The Revenge of the Forty-Seven Samurai Erik Christian Haugaard The Revenge of the Forty Seven Samurai In the time when the Shogun ruled Japan two hundred samurai suffered a grave insult their master met an unjust death Forty seven of them are courageous enough to avenge him Jiro is a lowly servant to
  • Title: The Revenge of the Forty-Seven Samurai
  • Author: Erik Christian Haugaard
  • ISBN: 9780618548965
  • Page: 420
  • Format: Paperback
The Revenge of the Forty-Seven Samurai Erik Christian Haugaard In the time when the Shogun ruled Japan, two hundred samurai suffered a grave insult their master met an unjust death Forty seven of them are courageous enough to avenge him Jiro is a lowly servant to one of the brave samurai Chosen as his master s unlikely spy during the planning of the great revenge, Jiro must learn when to talk and when to listen, or at any moment heIn the time when the Shogun ruled Japan, two hundred samurai suffered a grave insult their master met an unjust death Forty seven of them are courageous enough to avenge him Jiro is a lowly servant to one of the brave samurai Chosen as his master s unlikely spy during the planning of the great revenge, Jiro must learn when to talk and when to listen, or at any moment he could lose his head to a samurai s razor sharp sword And even as Jiro plays his small part in the unfolding plot, he searches for the truth about his own identity.
The Revenge of the Forty-Seven Samurai Erik Christian Haugaard

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One thought on “The Revenge of the Forty-Seven Samurai

  1. Michael Christian

    Last of Haugaard s YA novels set in feudal Japan and notably his last published book A discontent servant boy, Jiro, is swept into the revenge plans of his master, samurai Oishi sama Haugaard s Jiro is conflicted about respecting his master s bushido code and the enforced class disparity in homes, temples, the floating world , markets, and theaters under Shogun rule Jiro gradually learns to trust his instincts after he is befriended by an outspoken young samurai, Otaka Gengo, and begins to see h [...]

  2. amber

    I loved the 47 Ronin which I read at least a decade ago, but this retelling was rather boring It isn t bad, but it certainly wasn t good, it was just blah.

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