Ninja Girls 2 [NOOK Book]

Overview

MARRYING UP! Raizô is heir to the once-powerful Katana family, and his loyal and lethal new companions-a band of beautiful female ninjas-are determined to restore the family to power. That means the hopelessly dorky Raizô must marry a wealthy bride. But when Raizô's prospective fiancee is the victim of attempted murder, the prime suspects are none other than the lovely ninjas! Includes special extras after the story!
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Ninja Girls 2

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Overview

MARRYING UP! Raizô is heir to the once-powerful Katana family, and his loyal and lethal new companions-a band of beautiful female ninjas-are determined to restore the family to power. That means the hopelessly dorky Raizô must marry a wealthy bride. But when Raizô's prospective fiancee is the victim of attempted murder, the prime suspects are none other than the lovely ninjas! Includes special extras after the story!
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781612625355
  • Publisher: Kodansha International
  • Publication date: 7/16/2013
  • Series: Ninja Girls, #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 570,048
  • File size: 92 MB
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Meet the Author

HOSANA TANAKA is a Japanese manga artist. Ninja Girls marks his U.S. debut. The author lives in Japan.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 17, 2010

    Ninja Girls Prepare for Their Next Adventure

    Continuing were it left off, Raizo, the soul heir to the Katana family, is trying to restore his family to power. He is doing this via the protection of three beautiful ninja warriors: Kagari turns her body into steel, Kisarabi uses her sniper abilities, and Himemaru uses rope and disguises to fool enemies and assassins. There are a few setbacks to this rag-tag quartet team. For one, Raizo has a horn on his head, which some believe him to be an illegitimate ruler. Two, Kagari seems, in context, to be in love with Raizo; moreover, there are a lot of tales where there are relations between master and servant, but I do hope that something happens between Kagari and Raizo. The last, and most important setback, is Raizo's personality. Because he has a horn on his head, Raizo is considered a "demon's offspring;" on the contrary, he is always helpful (aided Kagari in volume 1), hard-working, and can not seem to lie which makes him break out in tears. Overall, anyone who is into ninjas (Naruto), adventure (various), and/or romance (Emma due to master/servant), then this book is for you.

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  • Posted February 20, 2010

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    Ninja Girls 2

    An intriguing follow up to volume one. Considerable character development was worked into this volume adding to the enjoyment of the story line. Couple that with detailed and crisp artwork, with plenty of fan service but not to overt or in your face, it was another one of those that I was unable to put down until the last page was turned. The plot twist at the end although not truly original did though put a finishing touch to the volume and has me awaiting the next volume and wondering why isn't it out yet.

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