Immortal Hounds, 2 by Ryo YasohachiImmortal Hounds, 2 by Ryo Yasohachi

Immortal Hounds, 2

byRyo Yasohachi

Paperback | October 25, 2016

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As Kiriko attempts to make a flashy debut as a full-fledged Escape Artist, Fuurin tackles her next mission - seduce and infect Lt. Kenzaki with the deadly RDS - which Kenzaki appears to fall for, almost too easily. Meanwhile, Kenzaki's informant sheds light on the differences between this world and the world of the Vectors, just as a dangerous new Vector, dubbed Snow White, appears on the scene...
Little is known about the artist, or possibly pair of talents, behind the name Ryoh Yasohachi but there is no denying the budding skill coming from this source. Yasohachi debuted in the world of self-publishing in 2005 with works combining romance with action and dark angsty themes. But soon Yasohachi was scouted by tradition...
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Title:Immortal Hounds, 2Format:PaperbackDimensions:202 pages, 7 × 5 × 0.7 inPublished:October 25, 2016Publisher:Kodansha USALanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1942993609

ISBN - 13:9781942993605

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"The best bit here is the way that the world slowly unfolds, offering new details at just the right rate. Just when you start to get into the flow of things, the book throws something new at you, making for a wonderful pacing... [I]f the setup sounds interesting to you, as it’s unlikely to disappoint." - Fandom Post "The setting of Immortal Hounds is wildly interesting, and its characters’ voices are consistent and strong... To say I want to see where Immortal Hounds goes understates the matter." - iDigitalTimes "We foresee the potential for great things in the future for Immortal Hounds. If the story maintains it’s level of mystery and in-your-face action, then it should be an exciting and graphic tale." - BentoByte