1624. Edo period. Japan.
When hunted half-breed immortal Lucas Soul hears tales of legendary samurai Musashi Miyamoto, he sails to Japan to convince the great man to take him on as an apprentice.
Musashi refuses to agree to his request, leaving Soul with no option but to shadow the samurai and repeatedly challenge him to duel in the hope of proving his worth. But things takes a sinister turn when Soul stumbles upon a plot that threatens the life of Musashi's son.
Can the immortal rescue the young man and change the master's mind?
Dancing Blades is a short story set in AD Starrling's bestselling supernatural thriller series Seventeen. If you like high-octane adventures that combine science and fantasy, then you'll love the world of Seventeen.
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The Seventeen Series novels in order
Hunted #1 - previously published as Soul Meaning
Warrior #2 - previously published as King's Crusade
Empire #3 - previously published as Greene's Calling
Legacy #4 - previously published as Ashstorm
The Seventeen Series short stories in order
First Death #1
Dancing Blades #2
The Meeting #3
The Warrior Monk #4
The Hunger #5
The Bank Job #6
The Seventeen Series Collection 1 Novels #1-3
The Seventeen Series Collection 2 Novels #4-6
The Seventeen Complete Collection Novels #1-6
The Seventeen Series Short Story Collection #1-3
The Seventeen Series Short Story Collection #4-6
The Seventeen Series Ultimate Short Story Collection #1-6
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About the author
When she’s not busy writing, AD can be found looking up exciting international locations and cool science and technology to put in her books, eating Thai food, being tortured by her back therapists, drooling over gadgets, working part-time as a doctor on a Neonatal Intensive Care unit somewhere in the UK, reading manga, and watching action and sci-fi flicks. She has occasionally been accused of committing art with a charcoal stick and some drawing paper.
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