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Crossing Midnight: Sword in the Soul

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ISBN: 9781845769758
Publisher: Titan Books Ltd
Published: 28 November, 2008
Format: Paperback
Language: English

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Crossing Midnight: Sword in the Soul

Enter a world where demons and ancient Japanese folklore intersect with the Yakuza and modern life... where one boy will risk everything in a quest to save his family. Twins Kai and Toshi Hara are born on either side of midnight, with strange powers, as part of an unwitting contract with the gods that sees Toshi kidnapped into divine slavery! Kai has a plan to rescue her... but it will involve more power than he has ever known - and Toshi, her memories wiped by her master, now believes that Kai is her mortal enemy. The twins will meet on the battlefield - but will either survive? Acclaimed author Mike Carey (Lucifer) and artist Jim Fern (Scarlett) continue the new fantasy saga that will haunt your dreams... and nightmares! Warning: Adults Only!

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