Series: Tales of the Otori

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Heaven's Net is Wide by Gillian RubinsteinPrequel
Across the Nightingale Floor by Gillian Rubinstein1
Blackguards: Tales of Assassins, Mercenaries, and Rogues by J. M MartinShort Story "His Kikuta Hands"
Across the Nightingale Floor, Episode 1: The Sword of the Warrior by Gillian RubinsteinBk. 1 Part 1
Across The Nightingale Floor, Episode 2: Journey To Inuyama by Gillian RubinsteinBk. 1 Part 2
Grass for His Pillow by Gillian Rubinstein2
Grass For His Pillow, Episode 1: Lord Fujiwara's Treasures by Gillian RubinsteinBk. 2 Part 1
Grass For His Pillow, Episode 2: The Way Through The Snow by Gillian RubinsteinBk. 2 Part 2
Brilliance of the Moon by Gillian Rubinstein3
Brilliance of the Moon, Episode 1: Battle for Maruyama by Gillian RubinsteinBk. 3 Part 1
Brilliance of the Moon, Episode 2: Scars of Victory by Gillian RubinsteinBk. 3 Part 2
The Harsh Cry of the Heron by Gillian Rubinstein4
Tales of the Otori Trilogy by Gillian RubinsteinOmnibus 1-3
Tales of the Otori: Across the Nightingale Floor, Grass for His Pillow, Brilliance of the Moon, Harsh Cry of the Heron by Gillian RubinsteinOmnibus 1-4

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Saga dos Otori

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