We’re excited with how you’re response to David Kudler’s historical adventure novel Risuko!
Our next installment, “Chapter 3 — Flying,” finds Risuko meeting with three other children — Toumi, Emi, and Aimaru. But if Emi and Aimaru are friendly, Toumi… definitely isn’t.
We are in the process of compiling a new glossary of Japanese, Korean, and Chinese words that occur in Risuko — and we’ve posted it on Risuko.net!
Check it out. If you have questions about any of these translations or about any words you’ve encountered in the book, please let us know!
We’ve posted the next chapter in the exciting historical adventure novel Risuko!
Pulled into an adventure she wasn’t looking for, Risuko tries to decide whether to escape, or to join Lady Chiyome’s servants in wearing the emblem of the ten-petaled lotus. Who are these strange people? And where is Lady Chiyome leading them all — and why?
Thanks for the wonderful response to Serenity, the prologue to David Kudler’s historical adventure novel Risuko!
Our next installment, “Chapter 1. The Left-Hand Path,” begins Risuko where she most loves to be — up in a tree, overlooking the castle of Lord Imagawa.
Before long, however, an old noblewoman forces her to the ground, and nothing will ever be the same.
We’ve built this site in preparation for the upcoming publication of Risuko: A Kunoichi Tale by David Kudler, a young-adult historical adventure novel set in Japan during the century-long Sengoku or civil war.
Check it it out and let us know what you think of Risuko’s new home!