The Plum-Rain Scroll by Ruth Manley
The Plum-Rain Scroll by Ruth Manley
The Plum-Rain Scroll by Ruth Manley
The Plum-Rain Scroll by Ruth Manley
The Plum-Rain Scroll by Ruth Manley
The Plum-Rain Scroll by Ruth Manley
The Plum-Rain Scroll by Ruth Manley
The Plum-Rain Scroll by Ruth Manley
The Plum-Rain Scroll by Ruth Manley
The Plum-Rain Scroll by Ruth Manley
The Plum-Rain Scroll by Ruth Manley
The Plum-Rain Scroll by Ruth Manley

The Plum-Rain Scroll by Ruth Manley

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The Plum-Rain Scroll

by Ruth Manley

Illustrated by Marianne Yamaguchi

Hodder and Stoughton, 1979, [First Edition], ISBN 0340220244, black and white illustrations, decorated endpapers, hardcover, dustjacket

Very Good Condition, some edge and shelf wear, some rubbing and bumping to edges and corners, no inscriptions, dustjacket shows some edge and shelf wear with some rubbing, bumping, creasing, chipping and tears to edges, corners and covers, previous owners inscription on front of DJ, (see photographs)

“The Plum-Rain Scroll has long been missing, but in old Japan, men have never forgotten its existence.  When the evil Marishoten, the Black Iris Lord, seeks to overthrow the Mikado, and usurp the Chrysanthemum Throne, he first seeks the precious Scroll, to learn the Unanswerable Word – the Word of Power.  It is left to two unlikely companions to foil Marishoten’s evil design: Taro, the Odd Job Boy, armed only with a kitchen knife, and Prince Hachi, Lord Eight-Thousand-Spears, mounted upon his mare Oikaze, swift as the wind.”