SISTERS OF THE SWORD, BY MAYA SNOW

October 9, 2018

Review by Noah Kwak

Sisters of the Sword is about 2 girls in Ancient Japan, Kimi and Hana, who were the Jito's (Jito is a ruler of a piece of land in Japan) daughters when their uncle murderers her father and her 2 older brothers and both her mother and her younger brother gets away and so do Kimi and Hana. To hide from her uncles soldiers, the 2 girls hide in a nearby dojo and become servant boys while they train to soon fight against her uncle. But, in the same dojo,  her uncle's son, their cousin, Ken-ichi is learning there and is treating everyone like they are trash. So Kimi and Hana have to deal with their mean cousin while hiding from their uncle. This book is recommended to people who like to read at a medium level because the text size of this book is medium size. Also, since this book is a series book, this is recommended to people who like series books. This book is again, made for people who like to read action, but in a few parts and doesn't have a big tension. But in total, this book is amazing.

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