Yamada Monogatari: Troubled Spirits. It’s a Book Now.

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While The Seventh Law of Power is still moving along, I took a couple of days to finish editing and arranging the stories for the last(?) Yamada book, Troubled Spirits. The Kindle version is processing as we speak, and I’m nearly done laying out the paperback. The epub version of almost any book is a lot easier, so naturally it got finished first.

This will include all the Yamada stories published in Beneath Ceaseless Skies after the collection Demon Hunter, plus two short originals. I’ve divided the book into two parts: those stories that took place in the timeline before the events in The Emperor in Shadow, and those that followed after. The ToC reads like so:


“The Tiger’s Turn”

“The Sorrow of Rain”

“Three Little Foxes”

Part 2:

“Uzumaki of the Lake”

“A Minor Exorcism”

“The Ame Onna”

“The Fox’s Daughter”

“Epilogue-One Rainy Day, With Spirits”

I enjoyed visiting the old guy again. I’m not saying there will never be another Yamada story, but that’s all for now. I’ll put up the link as soon as I have one…:Aannd we’re live. Here is the

Amazon US Link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0BKDHFJDY

Amazon UK Link: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0BKDHFJDY

Amazon CA Link: https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B0BKDHFJDY

5 thoughts on “Yamada Monogatari: Troubled Spirits. It’s a Book Now.

  1. I have now read and enjoyed the book. The added stories were disappointing in their brevity, but welcome as additional glimpses of the protagonist and his family. They give an impression of fade-out; yes, he is now well-settled, less adventurous, and perhaps a little bored in consequence, even if the supernatural continues to impinge occasionally, and in one instance dangerously, on his affairs. But he seems content. And while I would welcome more (and meatier) tales of Yamada, I would hate for it to be at the expense of his new-found peace. Anyway, rest assured that at least one reader (this one) loved this book. Thank you for it!

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