As part of Self-Published Fantasy Month 2021, we at the Uncharted Library are hosting a series of spotlights to showcase the incredible talent of self-published fantasy authors! We’re here with action packed fantasy Samurais of Fukushima by Hugo L. I. Cukurs, a story of samurais vs the undead!
Self-Published Fantasy Month is a month-long celebration highlighting the best of what the self-published fantasy community has to offer. To find out more and get involved, visit their official website at https://www.selfpublishedfantasymonth.com/, check them out on Twitter @SelfPubFanMonth, or join The Guild, their Discord Server.
It is a bloody journey where two samurais with a devastating past, a Viking, a geisha and a group of survivors try surviving in a zombie apocalypse. They will cross Feudal Japan, leaving Fukushima to Niigata in search of one last hope, facing betrayals, deadly traps, great battles, many losses and hundreds of zombies. No one is safe on this journey, where zombies are not always the worst threat.
Samurais of Fukushima was published on 6th November 2020 at 268 pages.
About the Author
Hugo L. I. Cukurs is a Brazilian advertiser living in Canada with his wife and daughter. Passionate about movies, books, comics and podcasts, he decided it was time to create his own story after listening to a podcast with comic book writer Brian Michael Bendis. Cukurs joined his passion for fantastic stories with martial arts, one of his other favourite interests, to write Samurais of Fukushima. His time spent daily in the safe, quiet Toronto subway offered the perfect conditions to develop every detail of the story.
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