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Fukushima Dreams

By Zelda Rhiando All Rights Reserved ©

Thriller / Thriller

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The aftermath of the Japanese tsunami of March 2011 left more in its wake than anyone could have foreseen, least of all Sachiko, whose husband and infant son were claimed in the destruction. Seeking a new life in the bustling metropolis that is Tokyo, Sachiko must learn to deal with the demons of her not-so-distant past if she’s ever to find solace. But those lost in the waters of Fukushima lurk merely beneath the surface; memories haunt those who remain. Sachiko must delve deep into her own mind and learn brutal truths before they can be laid to rest.

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“How sharper than a serpent’s tooth it is

To have a thankless child!”

William Shakespeare, King Lear

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