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Dog Walker II: Shadow Pack by Jack McGuigan

Ben Carter, pet care specialist, was hired to walk a Shiba Inu named Toby. Unbeknownst to Ben, Toby was no ordinary dog but an “inugami” – an immortal demon born in feudal Japan and bred for only one purpose: murder. Bonded by the power of the Kakawari, their wounds are shared, their fates intertwined. A great darkness has been unleashed . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Transition and restart by Sten Düring

An Original English Light Novel

High school romcom. A bit of mystery, but mostly the kind of convoluted love story you’d expect from a Japanese manga. It’s over the top, coincidences occur too often, tropes aplenty and melodrama always trumps realism. Meta-posts are published in a different font. Posts are either meta or a piece of the story. . . .

A serialized novel, updating monthly.
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The ABCs by Tony Monbetsu

Small-Town Japan can be anything but peaceful.

Moriarty Jackson is an English teacher in the idyllic Japanese countryside. Idyllic, that is, until he’s called upon to solve a heinous crime. Now Jackson will have to turn this sleepy town and upside down if he’s going to save the day and get the girl. . . .

An abandoned novel.
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DOG WALKER II: SHADOW PACK

Like a game of fetch, Toby is on his way back

By Alexander.Hollins, member

Mar 21, 2017: The dog and his walker are back, kicking ass, taking names, and setting things on fire.

You’ve read the original, well, things have STARTED to settle into a normal routine for our heroes. as normal as can be when the police have you on speed dial for Yokai attacks.

Only a few chapters in so far, but it moves with the smooth writing and well paced wit and horror that the author [more . . .]

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