Dragon Sword and Wind Child by Noriko Ogiwara
(Tales of Magatama)

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The God of Light and the Goddess of Darkness have waged a ruthless war across the land of Toyoashihara for generations. But for fifteen-year-old Saya, the war is far away—until the day she discovers that she is the reincarnation of the Water Maiden and a princess of the Children of the Dark.

Raised to love the Light and detest the Dark, Saya must come to terms with her heritage even as the Light and Dark both seek to claim her, for she is the only mortal who an awaken the legendary Dragon Sword, the weapon destined to bring an end to he war. Can Saya make the choice between the Light and Dark, or is she doomed—like all the Water Maidens who came before her...?

“Ogiwara crafts a complex, action-packed novel with dizzying plot twists and breathtaking fantasy sequences as well as gentle, emotionally charged scenes. Psychologically truthful and abundantly inventive” — Publishers Weekly

About the author:
Noriko Ogiwara was inspired to write by the classic Western children's books she read as she was growing up. Dragon Sword and Wind Child is her first book, part of the award winning Magatama Trilogy. Her other books include The Good Witch of the West and Fuujin Hisho. Ms. Ogiwara makes her home in Japan.
 

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Noriko Ogiwara was inspired to write by the classic Western children's books she read as she was growing up. "Dragon Sword and Wind Child" is her first book, part of the award winning Magatama Trilogy. Her other books include "The Good Witch of the West" and "Fuujin Hisho". Ms. Ogiwara makes her home in Japan.
 
Published December 4, 2012 by Haikasoru/VIZ Media. 263 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Education & Reference, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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Seattle PI

The forces of dark simply represent an acknowledgement of the natural cycle of life and death, which even human worshippers of the light must follow.

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