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Orphan Warriors (MP3)
Released the same day as the standard print edition
Title:
Orphan Warriors (MP3)
Series:
Tales of the Otori #6
Written by:
Lian Hearn 
Read by:
 
Format:
Unabridged MP3 CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
Duration:
11 hours 56 minutes 
MP3 size:
 
Published:
January 28 2020 
Available Date:
January 28 2020 
Age Category:
Adult 
ISBN:
9780655610076 
Genres:
Fiction; Fantasy Fiction; Science Fiction 
Publisher:
ABC Audio 
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International bestselling series

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 alone.' Orphaned or left fatherless: such is the fate of many children of the Otori and the Tribe. Sunaomi and Chikara, sons of Arai Zenko, also carry the burden of their father's treachery, but their aunt, Kaede, is able to save their lives on condition they become novice monks and never leave the temple at Terayama. Sunaomi has been brought up as a warrior, yet his grandmother is Muto Shizuka. He cannot escape that he is also a child of the Tribe. As he discovers unimagined talents within himself he comes up against Hisao, Takeo's son, the ghostmaster, as well as Saga Hideki, the most powerful warlord in the realm, the Emperor's General. Taking place in the magical medieval world of Tales of the Otori and following on from The Harsh Cry of the Heron, Orphan Warriors is a coming-of-age adventure story in a human world of courage and sacrifice behind which always hovers a supernatural world of danger and dread.

'Brutally thrilling historical fantasy.'
The Herald Sun

'Huge imaginative vitality. Moves onwards with the narrative force of a flood.'
The Sydney Morning Herald