REVIEW: Never Die by Rob J. Hayes | Grimdark Magazine
When the cover of Never Die was revealed a few months back, I was instantly hooked. It had a clearly Asian feel to it for which I have a fondness thanks to having read mangas for years to improve my English. Besides, I’m really interested in the Asian culture, especially Japanese, but somehow I hardly read books with a setting like that nowadays. All in all, I couldn’t miss the chance to read Rob J. Hayes’ newest upcoming release, Never Die. The book is out on 29th January 2019. The action starts immediately as we find ourselves right in the middle of an attack on Kaishi as the infamous Flaming Fists tries to get his daughter back, no matter the consequences. The only ones who attempt to get in his way are Itami Cho and her companions, but even they can’t stop the madness. The next day Itami Cho (or Whispering Blade) finds herself alive thanks to Ein, an 8 year old boy. He is tasked by a shinigami (god of death) to kill the Emperor of Ten Kings for which he requires heroes to be bound to him in their death. Cho, not having any other chance, follows Ein,...
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