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

Claire Youmans first went to Japan in 1992 and was immediately captivated. After years of travel and study, she continues to be charmed and amazed by a fascinating history and a culture that's both endearingly quirky and entirely unique.
In 2014, she started Tales of the Meiji Era with The Toki-Girl and the Sparrow-Boy's unparalleled blend of historical fantasy in the first book of the series, Coming Home. She continues exploring the combination of history and folklore to share her love and fascination with a very different country and culture.
Exciting adventures continue to unfold in this delightful fantastical yet historical world. Follow these at, and on Twitter @tokigirlsparrow, and, where she frequently shares poetry and Life on th

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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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