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In this dystopian steampunk fantasy set against a backdrop of feudal Japan, warrior Yukiko captures a supposedly extinct (but crippled) griffin for the Shogun, then learns -- after meeting secretive Kin and the rebel Kage cabal -- of the horrifying extent of the Shogun's crimes, both against her country and her family. Returning to the city, Yukiko is determined to make the Shogun pay -- but what can one girl and a flightless griffin do against the might of an empire?
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Parkdale Community Library YA FIC KRISTOFF (Text) 33892100086090 Young Adult Fiction Book None 04/12/2013 Available -

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  • ISBN: 1250001404
  • ISBN: 9781250001405 (hardcover)
  • Physical Description: 324 pages : illustrations, map, plan ; 25 cm.
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  • Edition: First U.S. edition.
  • Publisher: New York : Thomas Dunne Books, 2012.

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General Note: Series statement from dust jacket.
Summary, etc.: In this dystopian steampunk fantasy set against a backdrop of feudal Japan, warrior Yukiko captures a supposedly extinct (but crippled) griffin for the Shogun, then learns -- after meeting secretive Kin and the rebel Kage cabal -- of the horrifying extent of the Shogun's crimes, both against her country and her family. Returning to the city, Yukiko is determined to make the Shogun pay -- but what can one girl and a flightless griffin do against the might of an empire?
Subject: Japan History Genroku period, 1688-1704 Fiction
Revenge Fiction
Shoguns Fiction
Griffins Fiction
Young women Fiction
Genre: Fantasy fiction.
Dystopias.
Steampunk fiction.
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