Ninja: Death Touch

Publisher: Barrington Stoke

Review

Older and wiser, Taka is faced with another challenge. Lord Oda has sworn to destroy all ninja and is marching towards Taka's village with a huge army of samurai. Taka will need to use all of his skills if he wants to protect his home, his family and his honor.

Barrington Stoke has a reputation for publishing books for children who may struggle with reading, and Ninja: Death Touch is an excellent addition to the canon. The book is aimed at dyslexic readers but children of all abilities will enjoy plunging into the world of Japanese Ninja and Samurai in the second book of Chris Bradford's trilogy.

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