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Warriors of Virtue: The Novel
In the paradise of Tao, a land unknown to man, live five special kangaroo-like creatures. Each warrior represents one of five virtues--benevolence, righteousness, order, wisdom, loyalty. Together, the Warriors of Virtue embark on a heroic journey, to save their paradise from the evil warlord Komodo.
Paperback, 245 pages
Published May 1st 1997 by Berkley
(first published January 1st 1997)
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I LOVED the movie, and I was so estatic when I found the novel in a thrift shop. I liked the little bits of detail that weren't in the movie; however, the writing was very juvenile. One thing that detracted from the reading was a lot of repetition. Other than that, it was a fast and fun read.
The movie novel was quite good. From what I remember from the movie and now finished the novel there are some differences between the two. Both are good. The book uses different meanings for example like finding your self and making choices from right and wrong. I recommend this book to people who like kung-fu, fantasy worlds.