Hanabi to Kitsune
Genres: Fantasy, Modern Fantasy, modern fantasy, Short Story Collection
Publisher: Guardbridge Books
Publication Year: 2017
ASIN: 1911486179
ISBN: 9781911486176

Eager to catch her dream guy's eye a second time Mayu steals a yukata hidden in her grandmother's attic, but that yukata is going to change her life in far bigger ways than simply 'getting the guy'.

About the Book

Having caught her dream guy’s eye once with a lovely yukata, Mayu is determined to draw his attention once more. So determined she’ll steal a yukata from her grandmother’s attic. She has no idea taking the yukata will lead to a misunderstanding, college student pranks, and mythical consequences.

Interested in the entire anthology?

Japan has long fascinated with its unique culture and elaborate folklore. This anthology collects fantasy stories inspired by the culture and literary traditions of Japan. From steadfast samurai and contemplative monks, to transforming animals, horrifying spirits and everyday objects come to life, these tales transport you to the magical world of the Sunrise Lands.

– An itinerant monk and his animal companion follow an evil wind to a desolate village.

– An onmyoeji astrologer investigates the murder of a man who held secrets of the Imperial family.

-The god’s gift of good luck is accompanied by an invisible cat.

-The daughter of a fallen samurai is drawn back into her violent past to defend a village from attacking ronin.

-A little girl is caught between a mischievous fox and a talking fish.

18 stories of magical Japan, by: Mike Adamson, Stewart C Baker, Laura VanArendonk Baugh, Jaap Boekestein, Evan Dicken, Alice Dryden, Harry Elliot, Steven Grassie, Alison Akiko McBain, Marta Murvosh, Kirstie Olley, Richard Parks, Frances Pauli, TS Rhodes, Douglas Smith, Lyn Thorne-Adler, Josh Wagner, Will Weisser.


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