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Hashigo Yakusoku Part 1: The Hanketsu Project Tyler Salobecke
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Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781682732724
Hashigo Yakusoku is a fifteen-year-old boy who lives in Heiwamachi, a small town in Japan. He's been taking martial arts classes in an attempt to suppress his deep-seated hatred of himself, but he has the same amount of talent for that as he does for everything else: zero. He slowly comes to the realization that his life has no meaning. On January 26th, 2121, he is kidnapped by a man wearing a black kimono. He, along with six other strangers, will participate in the Hanketsu Project, an experiment of death. One person will be killed every hour. They have seven hours to escape. Will Hashigo survive? Will anyone survive? Or have the gods already sealed their fates?
Hashigo Yakusoku Part 2: God of Greed Tyler Salobecke
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Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781682738061
After being subjected to an experiment filled with death and psychological torture, Hashigo Yakusoku has sworn revenge against the malevolent organization that is intent on destroying everything he holds dear. The name of this organization is Chikyu Kamigami, and its mission is currently unknown to Hashigo. Standing beside him are his two friends, his teacher, and his over-protective mother. Will they stand a chance against this organization, or are they doomed to fail? This question will weigh on Hashigo's mind in his fight against the God of Greed.
Hashigo Yakusoku Part 3: God of Lust Tyler Salobecke
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Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
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ISBN: 9781642540215
Taking the meaning of his name to heart, Hashigo Yakusoku is beginning to climb the ladder of success. He is slowly but surely making a name for himself as a young martial artist. Thanks to his intensive training under his teacher, he is gaining the skills necessary to protect his friends and family. This is what he has always wanted, but there is a catch. It's a universal fact of life that once you start to become successful, your enemies will always try to corrupt you. Hashigo has yet to learn this, but experience is usually the greatest teacher. Will he manage to stay true to himself and his beliefs, or will he fall victim to the enemy's cruel tactics? Hopefully, he will have an answe ...