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1. Lost Witch
The latest book in the Majoh Gakuin & Hikari Juku Witch Schools series.
2. Majoh Gakuin & Hikari Juku - Japanese Witch Schools
Follow the adventures of two girl witches from schools with completely opposing philosophies as they learn the fine points of Japanese witchcraft, while engaging in supernatural adventures.
3. Majoh Gakuin & Hikari Juku Majoh Garuzu no Boken (Japanese)
魔女学院＆光塾 - 魔女がルーズの冒険
The Japanese version of Majoh Gakuin & Hikari Juku written in Japanese and edited by Reiko Ibano.
4. 21st Century Ninja
Two ninja “ki” adepts, Nobuo Yasuda and Shinobu Hayashi, are brought together by their families and get married. Psychically and sexually compatible, their “ki" powers grow stronger each time they bond physically.
Their enhanced “ki” abilities enable them to assist the secret women’s ninja society that their mothers belong to. Together with the Society, they go up against plots to infect the Japanese with biological and chemical weapons.
An interesting read for Adults interested in ninja fiction.
Mamoru Nakayama, a late Japanese Generation X-er (b. 1977), is leading a lazy life heading towards nowhere in 2012 when he suddenly gets time-shifted into the harsh period of Japan's supercharged economic growth a year before Expo 70. Ill-equipped to survive in a culture that places work at the fore, he is forced to make major changes in his 'only me-my-mine' attitude to survive.
6. Regressed - Kako ni Ikite... (Japanese)
Regressed - 過去に生きて...
The Japanese version of Regressed written by Billy Hammond in Japanese and edited by Reiko Ibano.
7. Brindle - Scryer Extraordinaire
The first book in the Brindle trilogy.
Brindle Hermann – descended from a long line of scryers - had been shown the end of humankind in her crystal time and time again.
Living alone quietly in her house near the volcano on the Big Island, she was powerless to do anything to try and change the future until one day a request for a crystal reading from a client in Japan led to an invitation to join a group that could alter the future of the human race.
She accepts the invitation and teams up with six Japanese and an Australian, all of whom have special “gifts” and they set about trying to prevent the human race from destroying itself.
This is the first of a planned series about Brindle and her unique friends.
A good read for adults who enjoy fantasy and the paranormal.
8. Brindle - Scryer Extraordinaire - Returns
The second in the series of Brindle - Scryer Extraordinaire.
Brindle, the super scryer from Hawaii continues her adventures with her group of friends gifted with supernatural powers in Japan. An interesting read for adults.
9. Brindle - Scryer Extraordinaire - Challenges
Brindle and her unique group of friends with supernatural powers are still going strong as their saga continues in the third book in this series.
10. Dimension Jumpers
The earth is threatened by two dimensions that are set to intersect with it on December 22, 2012. Arlene and Bill, both in their late fifties, are chosen by an alien device to save the world by entering the dimensions and convincing their inhabitants to help avert the disaster.
11. Japanese Woman
Takako, a Japanese housewife in the late 20th century, is confronted with the restrictions and mores of her culture. Faced with a philandering husband and social pressures designed to create the "ideal housewife" she struggles to find a way out of her predicament.
Others that touch her life in various ways are also busy carving out their own paths in the restrictive culture.
A good read for adults interested in the Japanese culture of the period.
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