World War II was a world-spanning conflict that engulfed dozens of countries, a maelstrom that dragged whole nations, religions, and millions of people to their deaths.
But it was fought with more than merely guns and machines...
Even before the War was begun in earnest, Nazi Germany had sent expeditions to the darkest hiding places of the world: to shadowed Africa, to the towering peaks of Tibet, and even to the frigid wastes of Antarctica.
Their goal was to locate occult weaponry and "aid" for the glory of the Third Reich.
And they were successful.
But were those they sought truly allies? Or were they the old Gods themselves, waiting for their chance to remold the world of Man in their own image once again?
Ken Asamatsu presents another fantastic novel of the War, the Cthulhu Mythos, and humanity trapped in the middle.
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About the Author
In 2005 his Higashiyamadono Oniwa (Higashiyamadono Villa Garden) was a finalist for the annual award of the Mystery Writers of Japan, Inc. in the short story genre.
He has also made considerable contribution to Japanese fiction as an anthologist, proposing a number of collections successfully published in Japan. The Lairs of the Hidden Gods, which won high praise in the original Japan, is now available in English, as is his stand-alone horror novel Queen of K'n-Yan.
Jim Rion is a native Kansan who came to Japan by way of Oklahoma, Iowa, Russia and Germany. He studied Philosophy and Germanic Linguistics before abandoning the riches of philology to teach English, and now translate, in Japan. He lives in beautiful Yamaguchi prefecture with his wife, his son, and his enormous cat.
M. Wayne Miller is a well-known name in the field of horror illustration. Not to be limited, he is equally adept with science fiction, fantasy, and young adult themes, welcoming the opportunities of each genre and, frequently, combining them all. Always open to new ideas and challenges, he continues his quest to learn and grow as an artist and illustrator.