Fiction Book

Love Japanese culture and questions of human nature? This Asian myth/thriller series is for you.

Here's what you can expect from this series:

Fukuoka, Japan. A young Jamaican-Japanese woman, Airi, runs her own blockchain company. She aims to change the idea of "power" with this new form of digital trust. But she struggles to accept her own power as a leader. Her leadership is tested when a tsunami fueled by climate change wrecks her innovative city. After escaping with a hand-selected group of expert thinkers and doers, she is handed the responsibility of leading the creation of a new society. As she struggles with the darker emotions of human nature, the ancient history of Japan and her African ancestors crops up in unlikely places. Will Airi be able to face herself and resolve her inner emotional blocks? Or will she self-sabotage her natural power as a leader?

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What do readers say about my novels?

Novel: "The Nanking Revolution"

Amazon rating:
* * * * *

Trish Strong

Brutal portrayal of the horrors of war and the struggles to maintain humanity in spite of it...

This is a hard book to read because it shows the darker side of humanity. It is brutal in its portrayal of war and the depths of depravity that mankind can go to. Even so, the book is not a total downer as it also portrays how the spirit can stretch beyond the darkness and the depravity and conquer it all. This is not light reading, it is deep and it is dark but it is well worth the read.

What do readers say about my novels?

Novel: "Knives and Ropes"

Amazon Rating:
* * * *

Kay Smillie

Detective Wa's First Successful Outing...

A very unusual detective book, for me anyway. The pace is much slower than the usual mystery/thrillers that I am used to. Not that this change is a negative in any way. In this case, I fell into it very easily.

It is a very enjoyable pace, a sensual pace, which is where the story begins. Detective Wa has many faults, and the reader can relate to that very well. Well, nobody is perfect, are they? The plot is highly inventive, the wording verging on beautiful at times.

You'd better clear a space in your diary because once you start, you will be completely drawn in. You will be in awe of Chin's storytelling skills, the humour, and the peeks into the Japanese culture.

Brandon Chin has a LOT of potential, and I look forward to reading more by him in the future. I was given a free ecopy of this book by the author. I voluntarily read, and honestly reviewed this.