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Classic horror. Classic Jidaigeki. In 1872, Jonathan Harker travels to Japan to inform Lord Hidetora Kageura that the castle the lord commissioned to be built in Los Angeles, California, has been completed. Leaving Harker for dead, Kageura relocates to the United States. Meanwhile, Harker's friend, Lucy, dies from a mysterious ailment, which Dr. Van Helsing determines is a ...more
Paperback, 146 pages
Published April 29th 2010 by Llumina Press
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Steven Fujita
Aug 08, 2010 Steven Fujita added it  ·  (Review from the author)
Recommends it for: vampire, Dracula, samurai, Japanese history fans
I am the author, so I won't rate or review my own book, but to summarize, this book is Dracula, by Bram Stoker, re-written in a standard format, and instead of the vampire being a Transylvanian count who relocates from Transylvania to London in the 1890's, the vampire is a Japanese lord who relocates from Japan to Los Angeles in 1872. Also, a new character is introduced, historical swordsman, Yagyu Jubei.
i think this book was okay because this book was about a sword that could bring back the dead and he haskilled a lot of people with it so i think that this book she get five stares because this is to be the best action book to read.
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Ok I have to try this! Yagyu Jubei(柳生十兵衛)is one of my childhood crushes from a favorite TV show. lol
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I am a writer based in Long Beach, CA. My genres are supernatural fcition and history. In 2012, I suffered damage to my spinal cord, and wrote a book about my recovery, titled, Toe Up to 10K.
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