Kendo

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Author House, Mar 25, 2005 - Fiction - 412 pages
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Meet Chris and Elliott.  Both are hard working American students in high school.  Both live normal lives like everyone else.  Ya, right.  After being accepted into one of the most prized private schools in Japan the two find themselves involved in an adventure that will rock the rest of their lives.  Not only are the two not your average students, they are both exceptional martial artists with powers passed down for centuries, powers that both shock and baffle their exchange family’s daughter, Yui.  Add a little humor, a pinch of romance and a butt load of martial arts action and you’ve got one of the greatest martial arts epics of all time.

 

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Overall a great book if your a teenager, if you like anime, like a bit of romance and drama or just love full on action. A great book that could start its own little fictional universe

Contents

ARRIVAL
1
SETTLING IN
12
AYEKA THE WEAPONS EXPERT
25
THE NEW NINJI WARRIOR
37
IN ORDER TO PREPARE
47
THE DAY ARRIVES
57
FIRST ROUND
62
YUIS PITFALL
70
ADVANCE TO THE FINALS
213
THROW DOWN
221
QUEENS INVITATION
229
RAW SPIRIT
241
BACK TO QUEENS LAIR
252
PHOENIXS RAGE
263
RECOVERY
279
THE SEARCH FOR THE PORTAL
284

CHRIS VS KEIJI
77
THE FINALS
91
CANCELED HAPPINESS?
99
WELCOME TO THE PAST
103
UP FIRSTAYEKA AND RYUTARO
117
TOP OF THE WORLD
129
THE OLD MAN
141
ONE YEAR LATER
150
AYEKA FALLS
161
ELLIOTTS BATTLE
175
NEW TERROR
183
SECRETS REVEALED
198
POWER VS POWER
203
WELCOME HOME
298
BORING SCHOOL
305
ENJOYABLE NIGHT
313
DISRUPTION OF LIFE
320
SEARCH FOR AYEKA
325
ANSWERS TO TERROR
337
KOTO ISLAND
342
CRISIS
351
OUTMATCHED
359
LIFE OR DEATH
368
END GAME
379
THE END
388
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Christopher Carroll Mooney lives in Ridgely, Maryland.  He was born on May 10, 1985 in Westminster, MD.  He began writing in early middle school and continued to create several different works throughout his high school years.  It was one of these stories, Kendo, that he decided might be worth publishing.  Even though this young author has a great imagination, he could never put all of them down on paper.  He always has felt that criticism is what drives his work forward, the opinions of those who read his novels are very important to him.

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