PRLog - Feb. 5, 2013 - A story of the Japanese style hinterland. Yoichi plays the setting for a dramatic Japanese story of easy lyrical style. The book celebrates death, as well as the victories of everyday life. Splitting the passion is the disappearance of a small boy: Tora. The gain of money does not fully celebrate the struggle of work, and the tension between Japanese and Scottish identity magnifies the story's universality. The story tells the meaning of a small boy's life, and the society that underpins it, an original Scottish look at life in modern Japan. Perhaps because of its modesty, you read and arrive at your own destination. And by the end, you might be a better informed outsider. A hero you will surely discover. And identities resolve!
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