The Book of Tokyo: A City in Short Fiction


Author: Michael Emmerich

A shape-shifter arrives at Tokyo harbour in human form, set to embark on an unstoppable rampage through the city’s train network…,,A young woman is accompanied home one night by a reclusive student, and finds herself lured into a flat full of eerie Egyptian artefacts…,,A man suspects his young wife’s obsession with picnicking every weekend in the city’s parks hides a darker mo….Read More

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