The Toki-Girl and the Sparrow-Boy, Book 6: The Dragon Sisters

Japan, 1874. Princess Renko has her dragon family and her dual-natured friends. Why be human?
Her human husband dead, Otohime doesn't want a dragon one.
Trapped and helpless, the sisters must trust humans to escape.
Can they salvage their humanity?
Sixth in the Toki-Girl and the Sparrow-Boy historical fantasy series, engaging characters, Japanese history and myth form this tale from the Meiji era. More

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About Claire Youmans

Japanese folklore and Meiji-era history combine in an exciting series featuring Toki-Girl Azuki and her brother, Sparrow-Boy Shota. This was a time when anything could happen and probably did, so the adventures of siblings who can turn into birds and their friends as they all try to grow up and survive while both handicapped and benefitted by their dual natures make for exciting stories. Youmans is widely published, is a retired lawyer who has worked in Japan, and currently lives there. She's found her fictional home in this series and hopes you enjoy reading it as much as she does writing it. Print books are globally available at Amazon, Create Space and in the Baker & Taylor catalog.

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About the Series: The Toki-Girl and the Sparrow-Boy
Fantasy meets History meets Fairy Tale in the exciting world of Meiji-Era Japan. Bird-children Azuki and Shota, their human and dual-natured friends and family join with folkloric beings as they grow up in a period of social change and expanding technology as their nation leaps from a decaying feudalism to a first-world power. Tales and adventures abound for the bird-children, the humans, the dragons and others, as they adjust to an tumultuous new world

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