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The Yamikage: a New Dawn

By Michael Romasanta
  • ISBN Code: : 1984584960
  • Publisher : Xlibris Corporation
  • Pages : 246
  • Category : Fiction
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The Yamikage, a triumphant shadow that arrives to provide shade for a supernatural world full of violence, agony and despair. A cult of psychopaths has been roaming freely without intervention from the largest countries of the world. Murdered by the thousands, The Astronomen take anyone as their victims to appease their “gods”. The Yamikage, together with an entourage of new found lionhearts coming from distraught backgrounds band together as the “The Hidden Knights”. They dawn an honorable agenda to seek retaliation, shelter the victimized and construct a country of their own that could change this world for good. Look up the soundtrack on Spotify! Read while listening Artist name: S.M.N.R “The Yamikage: A New Dawn”

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