In an ancient Japan where the incursions of gods, ghosts, and demons into the living world is an everyday event, an impoverished nobleman named Yamada no Goji makes his living as a demon hunter for hire. With the occasional assistance of the reprobate exorcist Kenji, whatever the difficulty - ogres, demons, fox-spirits - for a price Yamada will do what needs to be done, even and especially if the solution to the problem isn’t as simple as the edge of a sword. Yet, no matter how many monsters he has to face, or how powerful and terrible they may be, the demons Yamada fears the most are his own.
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A mixture of Dresden Files and Japanese folk tales
The story. Little clues here and there that later turn out to be huge clues because of the way the main character engineers things. It's very derivative.
A story about demons and ghosts is going to be hard to make 'convincing' but this is just Sherlock Holmes with demons and ghosts and Kitsune!
Not really. It's like teenage fictio.
Brian Nishi is the only good thing about this book. Brilliant as ever.
If you want a very simple, drab sort of story to listen to, one that'll help youget to sleep, but this book!