From the back cover: The Dragon Riders: They come from faraway Japan; four of the most deadly assassins who have ever walked the earth, skilled in all the exotic arts of killing. Hired by the malevolent Hidalgo el Cazador, they have traveled thousands of miles just to end the life of Zorro.
Zorro & the Dragon Riders is a good read. In the beginning it almost felt like an episode of the Disney Guy Williams TV show but then it got better with the introduction of the Japanese samurai. I liked the themes of honor and commitment throughout the book. Zorro has his code of honor where he does not kill and wants to save the people from harm while the Dragon Riders have their own code that is tarnished under the service of the Aztec villain. I don't know if this book was a continuation of another novel but it felt that way because Zorro was out of action in a small section of the story. It was a good story with elements of action and humor. (from Amazon.com - nelsonzz review)