Risuko



Risuko My name is Kano Murasaki, but most people call me RisukoSquirrel.I am from Serenity Province, though I was not born there.My nation has been at war for a hundred years, Serenity is under attack, my family is in disgrace, but some people think that I can bring victory That I can be a very special kind of woman All I want to do is climb.My name is Kano Murasaki, but everyone calls me Squirrel.Risuko.Though Japan has been devastated by a century of civil war, Risuko just wants to climb trees Growing up far from the battlefields and court intrigues, the fatherless girl finds herself pulled into a plot that may reunite Japan or may destroy it She is torn from her home and what is left of her family, but finds new friends at a school that may not be what it seems Magical but historical, Risuko follows her along the first dangerous steps to discovering who she truly is.Kano Murasaki, called Risuko Squirrel is a young, fatherless girl, comfortable climbing trees than down on the ground Yet she finds herself enmeshed in a game where the board is the whole nation of Japan, where the pieces are armies, moved by scheming lords, and a single girl couldn t possibly have the power to change the outcome Or could she Free Read eBook Risuko By David Kudler – therehabboutique.co.uk

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  • ebook
  • Risuko
  • David Kudler
  • English
  • 12 November 2018
  • 1938808339

10 thoughts on “Risuko

  1. Alex ☣ Deranged KittyCat ☣ says:

    As most of my goodreads buddies know, I despise young adult as a genre The characters are always stupid and all the angst is useless Authors make their characters unable to communicate with each other, and that leads to the most absurd uncalled for situations So why did I sign up on NetGalley to read Risuko A Kunoichi Tale Because Japan And because I really liked the cover.The official description Though Japan has been devastated by a century of civil war, Risuko just wants to climb trees As most of my goodreads buddies know, I despise young adult as a genre The characters are always stupid and all the angst is useless Authors make their characters unable to communicate with each other, and that leads to the most absurd uncalled for situations So why did I sign up on NetGalley to read Risuko A Kunoichi Tale Because Japan And because I really liked the cover.The official description Though Japan has been devastated by a century of civil war, Risuko just wants to climb trees Growing up far from the battlefields and court intrigues, the fathe...

  2. Taylor Knight says:

    3.5 starsI really loved the concept of this book and the writing was really great as well I do think this isMiddle Grade than Young Adult though I wasn t really expecting MG so I was a little bit disappointed I thought the first %10 was kind of confusing and just felt weird to me but it definitely got better I loved the Japanese culture and history and even though I don t much about Japan, it felt like the author did a great deal of research and knew what he was talking about The one 3.5 starsI really loved the concept of this book and the writing was really great as well I do think this isMiddle Grade than Young Adult though I wasn t really expecting MG so I was a little bit disappointed I thought the first %10 was kind of confusing and just felt weird to me but it definitely got better I loved the Japanese culture and history and even though I don t much about Japan, it felt like the author did a great deal ...

  3. Amber says:

    I received a free ARC copy of this ebook from Netgalley, the Publisher, and the author in exchange for a honest review.Risuko Murasaki loves to climb trees When she is taken away from her family and sold to a noblewoman named Lady Chiyome who has chosen her to become a shrine maiden at her school The Full Moon, Risuko must quickly grow up and learn how to be a kunoichi while surviving in times of war Want to readCheck this book out for yourself and find out.This book was a pretty good r I received a free ARC copy of this ebook from Netgalley, the Publisher, and the author in exchange for a honest review.Risuko Murasaki loves to climb trees W...

  4. Fabienne Gilbert says:

    First of all I just want to say a massive thank you to NetGallery, David Kudler and Stillpoint Digital Press for gifting me with a copy of this book for a honest review This had me gripped from the start and although around chapter 5 things started to slow down a little, I was still drawn into the world Kudler has created Even if this book had no story or plot, the description of the surroundings is so amazing that you can actually imagine you are there yourself Hell in parts I wish I could t First of all I just want to say a massive thank you to NetGallery, David Kudler and Stillpoint Digital Press for gifting me with a copy of this book for a honest review This had me gripped from the start and although around chapter 5 things started to slow down a little, I was still drawn into the world Kudler has created Even if this book had no story or plot, the description of the surroundings is so amazing that you can actually imagine you are there yourself Hell in parts I wish I could trade places with Risuko, so I could see it all first hand I also loved the fact that in was set in the past and also in an unusual era and location, 1570, Japan as I have not came across any books like this before Now for the characters.Risuko Kano Murasaki was a very interesting character Risuko ...

  5. Lonna | FLYLēF says:

    Original Post Risuko A Kunoichi Tale at FLYL F www.flylef.com IT WAS ODDLY nostalgic reading Risuko A Kunoichi Tale by David Kudler The vivid portrayal of the Japanese culture brought back many fond memories of my childhood, a time when I was muchrooted in my Asian heritage.Kano Murasaki, nicknamed Risuko Squirrel is a young, fatherless girl with a gift for climbing Her unique talent catc...

  6. Efflorescence says:

    Thanks to Netgalley and Stillpoint Digital Press for providing the ARC in exchange for an honest review.This book was delicious.This may sound absolutely weird, I know.But I don t find another word for it.I loved the cover, I love foreign languages, I think it s no wonder that I loved this book.Though, I have to admit, at first it was a bit difficult for me to distinguish all the characters because of their Japanese names and because of all the nicknames everyone had But after a while you get u Thanks to Netgalley and Stillpoint Digital Press for providing the ARC in exchange for an honest review.This book was delicious.This may sound absolutely weird, I know.But I don t find another word for it.I loved the cover, I love foreign languages, I think it s no wonder that I loved this book.Though, I have to admit, at first it was a bit difficult for me to distinguish all the characters because of their Japanese names and because of all the nicknames everyone had But after a while you get used to it and it was really fun for me to learn some Japanese words.After these logical points maybe now I can manage to explain why I think this book was delicious.First of all, the characters stayed for long times in the kitchen and prepared typical meals for several times a day This was not...

  7. Dani - Perspective of a Writer says:

    Thank you Netgalley and Stillpoint Digital Press for providing an arc in exchange for an honest review.Risuko means squirrel and is a nickname for Kano Murasaki, a girl who loves to climb trees to escape the hardships her little sister and mother go through trying to survive without her father Set in historical Japan, the land is torn apart by warring samurai lords trying to unite Japan under one flag An old woman, Lady Chiyome, decided she wanted to play a part in forming Japan s future and s Thank you Netgalley and Stillpoint Digital Press for providing an arc in exchange for an honest review.Risuko means squirrel and is a nickname for Kano Murasaki, a girl who loves to climb trees to escape the hardships her little sister and mother go through trying to survive without her father Set in historical Japan, the land is torn apart by warring samurai lords trying to...

  8. Nicay │The Nerdy side of a Queen says:

    Review originally posted at The Nerdy side of a queen Thank you Netgalley and Stillpoint Digital Press for providing an arc in exchange for an honest review.Characters Risuko Proper name Kano Murasaki Lady Mochizuki Chiyome Mieko and Kuniko Lady Chiyome s maid Hanichi Emi and Tasugu Toumi Risuko s friends Little brothers Servants of Lady Chiyome.Rating 3.5 starsA Kunoichi is married to her duty and to death I have a lot of things to say about this story by David Kudler there were things Review originally posted at The Nerdy side of a queen T...

  9. Nek0 Neha (BiblioNyan) says:

    Japanese literature, or literature with Japanese influences is one of my most favored types of genres to read When I came across Risuko by David Kudler, which was described as a historical Japanese fiction novel with fantasy elements, I was immediately intrigued by it I received this book about a month and a half ago Since that period, I have made an attempt at starting it three times Finally, when I began it for the fourth time, I forced myself to trudge through it and it took me almost thr Japanese literature, or literature with Japanese influences is one of my most favored types of genres to read When I came across Risuko by David Kudler, which was described as a historical Japanese fiction novel with fantasy elements, I was immediately intrigued by it I received this book about a month and a half ago Since that period, I have made an attempt at starting it three times Finally, when I began it for the fourth time, I forced myself to trudge through it and it took me almost three weeks to read about 230 pages, and I m a pretty fast reader, mind you Risuko was a vastly disappointing book and it makes me sad because I felt there could have been potential for so much .The story revolves around a young girl ...

  10. Casey says:

    3.9 Stars Rusiko is a beautiful story set in sixteenth century Japan Females are warriors and Japan is tearing itself apart all in the belief they are helping put the country back together.Risuko is full of beautiful language, amazing settings and jam packed with cultural knowledge.I loved the descriptions of the fighting dance, the smooth movements and grace, the prediction of moves and serenity I felt I was there doing the moves with Risuko in the falling snow with the other woman.The reason 3.9 Stars Rusiko is a beautiful story set in sixteenth century Japan Females are warriors and Japan is tearing itself apart all in the belief they are helping put the country back together.Risuko is full of beautiful language, amazing settings and ...

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