Miyuki Miyabe

Miyuki Miyabe (宮部みゆき Miyabe Miyuki) is a popular contemporary Japanese author active in a number of genres including science fiction, mystery fiction, historical fiction, social commentary, and juvenile fiction. 
Miyabe started writing novels at the age of 23. She has been a prolific writer, publishing dozens of novels and winning many major literary prizes, including the Yamamoto Shūgorō Prize in 1993 for Kasha and the Naoki Prize in 1998 for Riyū [The Reason] (理由). A Japanese film adaptation of Riyû, directed by Nobuhiko Obayashi, was released in 2004.

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Review THE SLEEPING DRAGON - Miyuki Miyabe
Karen Chisholm
Friday, February 3, 2012
Blog Currently Reading - The Sleeping Dragon, Miyuki Miyabe
Karen Chisholm
Sunday, January 22, 2012

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