Japanese Werewolf Apocalypse

Japanese Werewolf Apocalypse A tribute to Takashi Miike and Meiko Kaji The American has decorated her home in her parents blood Ritsuko Kita s life is spared but she never forgets the man who killed her parents A man who has vow

  • Title: Japanese Werewolf Apocalypse
  • Author: Vincenzo Bilof
  • ISBN: 9781925047677
  • Page: 131
  • Format: Paperback
  • A tribute to Takashi Miike and Meiko Kaji The American has decorated her home in her parents blood Ritsuko Kita s life is spared, but she never forgets the man who killed her parents A man who has vowed revenge against her kind Edmund Grant heard his parents scream He didn t see their bodies, but he would always remember the terrible creature he glimpsed in the moonlA tribute to Takashi Miike and Meiko Kaji The American has decorated her home in her parents blood Ritsuko Kita s life is spared, but she never forgets the man who killed her parents A man who has vowed revenge against her kind Edmund Grant heard his parents scream He didn t see their bodies, but he would always remember the terrible creature he glimpsed in the moonlight In an ancient war between beast and man, Kita and Grant struggle against the forces of chaos and nature They follow each other into twelfth century Japan, where a war between two rival families for the throne becomes a struggle for the fate of the world Werewolves, samurai, gods, and lovers participate in the apocalyptic feud that spans nine hundred years, a feud that began when the world was born Upon the Floating Bridge of Heaven, a dream of love was conceived A love that would span centuries and give birth to the human race and a rivalry that would decide the fate of the world.

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    1. Japanese Werewolf Apocalypse by Vincenzo Bilof is the type of book you read during the day. Not only will you have the opportunity to explore some pretty graphic – sometimes obscenely violent – imagery, but if you love horror and anime (all things Japan actually), you’ll probably enjoy it a lot. Due to my own love for anime I really enjoyed the book, even though I sometimes cringed, but the point is that while I read Japanese Werewolf Apocalypse I could imagine it as an anime show. The pro [...]

    2. They say you should never judge a book by its cover. They also say (I think) you should judge a book by its title. OK, maybe not, but this is one book to definitely not judge by the title.Because to do this you may be forgiven for imagining a bloodfest of werewolves butchering and being butchered by samurai warriors before the inevitable end of the world. A nice, cosy fun-packed adventure where the plot is only there to bring on the next wave of graphic violence.Well, that’s kind of true here, [...]

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