Author Andrew Adams taught English, journalism and drama, and was also a contributor to Black Belt magazine. He wrote books on many subjects, but Ninja: Invisible Assassins, is a fascinating look at those dark, fear inspiring men, who became known collectively as Ninjutsu. Adams produced a very popular book, filled with fascinating real life tales of Ninja lore. Andrews takes us through a look at those stealthy, cloak and dagger artists of Japan’s feudal era, all the way from the late 13th century to the early 17th century. Learn the history of these Ninjas, and explore their arsenal of tricks, espionage, poison concoctions and the quintessential trait of the Ninja - that of invisibility. Ninja: Invisible Assassins transcends time, dispels urban myths, and explores all facets of Ninjutsu - from its origin, to its practice in the present day.
Number of Pages: 180
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