This next gift is perfect for the person on your shopping list who’s equally into Rock ‘N Roll and giant Kaiju Monsters. A sequel to Timothy Price’s first book, Big In Japan, volume two in the series continues the loud and fast thrill ride.
Monsters come in many forms, shapes and sizes, often hiding deep within our own minds, biding their time until mutating to magnificent yet deadly proportions. Is the kaiju you’re at odds with the real nemesis? Or are you, yourself, the one who is harboring the strange beast from within?
Somewhere it all awaits, and it doesn’t matter if you’re the singer in a rock band or an agent for a super-damn-duper daikaiju-fighting organization (or both). Nothing is all it’s ever cracked up to be. Nathan Fox indeed has some hard choices to make, and upon learning his past, the choices have become even more difficult. However, when madmen with insatiable appetites for power rise up, sometimes your answers lie where you would least expect to find them.
Big In Japan II: The Power, and the original Big in Japan can be ordered from Amazon, or from Timothy’s Big In Japan website, where you can also find the audiobook version and a soundtrack CD (which I’ve played tracks from on Radio Free Charleston).