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I first saw Simon Grey and the March of a Hundred Ghosts by Charles Kowalski on Netgalley and was slightly put off that the story was set in 1600s as historical fiction is not usually my bag but how wrong was I this book kicked some butt. From the start of the story there was action where the main character Simon who could see ghosts found the only way to escape them was to go on voyage but not on this trip instead he was on a ship which was haunted. I'm not going to give any spoilers but action soon ramps up and Simon finds himself in Japan where he meets an evil monk, samauris and shoguns. I'm hoping there will be a series of books about Simon as I thoroughly enjoyed this book and so I am given it 5 stars.


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