Grass for His Pillow: Lord Fujiwara's Treasures. Episode 3

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Picador, 2006 - Fantasy fiction - 272 pages
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Abducted by his teacher, Kenji, Takeo is condemned to work as an assassin, an enforced occupation that his father sacrificed his life to escape. Still he is determined to carry on the name of the Otori. At the same time, his beloved Shirakawa Kaede, heir to the Maruyama, returns home to a shattered family and an uncertain future, and quickly realizes that she can rely on no one but herself. 'The beauty, savagery and strangeness of Hearn's gripping tale is heightened by her exquisite, crystalline prose. The second instalment in the Tales of the Otori is, astonishingly, even better than Across the Nightingale Floor' - Amanda Craig, Independent on Sunday

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User Review  - ctmscori - LibraryThing

this book is rubbish. tales of otori, Grass for his pillow is a very hard book to follow. it has no action it is as plain as a dessert with no life. like when this girl was about to get raped by a man she got away. i would not recommend the book to any body. DO NOT READ THIS BOOK!!! Read full review

About the author (2006)

Lian Hearn studied modern languages at Oxford University and worked as a film critic and arts editor in London before settling in Australia. A lifelong interest in Japan led to0 the study of the Japanese language, many trips to Japan and culminated in the writing of the Tales of the Otori.

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