All eyes are on her . . .
After four long years of running and hiding, Mei finally defeated the mysterious yokai who murdered her father. But her victory has brought her no closer to her dreams of peace, stability and a home.
The Girl With the Stars In Her Eyes isn’t running away anymore. She’s moving forward instead—straight toward an even bigger monster. She’s accepted her destiny, but she has much to learn before she can defeat the evil Inaba. Leaving Ryu, she has knowledge to seek, allies to find and ruthless yokai to battle. With her go her new friends, including Ken Sato, the young man who inspires so many conflicted feelings.
She’ll have to see clearly to know whom to trust . . .
Praise for D.M. Marlowe’s Eye of the Ninja Chronicles:
“Eye of the Ninja was the book I’ve been dying for! I love Japanese folklore and ninjas and this YA did it perfectly!”—NerdGirlSara at nerdgirlofficial.com
Fresh plot, great action combining a mix of mystery, action and paranormal elements with interesting characters, creating a book that I really enjoyed. —Books in Brogan on Eye of the Ninja
The story is fast-paced, interesting to read. . . I highly recommend Eye of the Ninja as a very good read and give it 4.5 stars. Though this title is classified in the YA genre, any adult who likes to read a new and interesting story would enjoy this as well.—YA Insider
Teenagers of all ages who appreciate a well-written and imaginative fantasy should put this series on the ’To Be Read’ list. . . Be warned—readers entering will find it hard to leave! —InD’Tale Magazine on Obsidian’s Eye