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I came across The Sword of Kuromori by Jason Rohan, after a guest post by the author over at The Book Zone for Boys in preparation for the release of the second book in the series The Shield of Kuromori. It must have passed me by when this one was released, because I can’t remember seeing much about it.
I liked the world that Jacob Grey created for Caw to live in, the city of Blackstone felt like home for Caw with just enough threat lurking to keep things interesting, especially as the threat of The Spinning Man and his associates becomes apparent. Caw will also learn the truth of that night when he as only five years old.
Todd stopped by a couple of weeks ago to talk about his most recent musical obsessions, and it’s my turn to talk about his book. I am going to try and refrain from using any lists in this review, as plenty have managed to get to that trick before me.