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Demi-Human Series

Gamon Sakurai
Ajin 1 by Gamon Sakurai
Ajin 16 by Gamon Sakurai
Ajin 17 by Gamon Sakurai

Demi-Human Series : Titles in Order

Book 17
The final confrontation is here. But even if Kei Nagai can catch up to the fleeing Sato…can he stop him?! And if he succeeds in defeating Sato, will there be a place for demi-humans in a world transformed by the revelation of their existence?

It all comes down to this epic showdown, in the final volume of what has emerged as one of the great action manga of the last decade. Ajin raises questions of what motivates us, what matters to us, and what it means to be human.
Book 16
The shooting of Kaito has triggered a Flood in the normally emotionless Nagai, releasing a massive number of IBMs. Not wanting to miss out on the fun, Sato has matched his pace, and Iruma Base is overrun with countless black ghosts. Dr. Ogura, the world’s leading IBM researcher, makes his way toward the heart of the chaos, even as the story barrels toward a moment of truth regarding the origin and very nature of Demi-Humans.
Book 15
Did the forces of government win the day and lay to rest the undying anarchist? The game plan, as ingenious as it was ad hoc, seemed workable, and to have worked. Unless…it failed to take into account a defining quality of the target, his very raison d’Etre. It’s not as if they’ve never noticed this in him before.
Book 14
AJIN combines super-natural themes with sci-fi action for a very modern high-paced yarn that should compete with most popular current manga and comic titles.

How do you neutralize, for good, a master tactician who literally won’t die? His opposite number in cold calculating genius, our boy anti-hero, thinks he has a plan. It involves a squad of elite soldiers, a hole dug in the ground, and just a tiny window of time.
Book 13
One of the top-selling manga in Japan today, with the first four volumes having sold more than 2,300,000 units since March 2013, now hits North American shores. AJIN combines super-natural themes with sci-fi action for a very modern high-paced yarn that should compete with most popular current manga and comic titles.

How might one silence a nation’s command structure in just two hours? By being devious and undying, for starters-and taking over Japan is exactly what Sato threatens for his “final wave,” now that Iruma Base has fallen to his merry gang. Goodbye, Prime Minister.
Book 12
One of the top-selling manga in Japan today, with the first four volumes having sold more than 2,300,000 units since March 2013, now hits North American shores. AJIN combines super-natural themes with sci-fi action for a very modern high-paced yarn that should compete with most popular current manga and comic titles.

For his ultimate “wave” Sato has taken on Iruma Base, the hardest of hard targets, while the Prime Minister is onsite. The unexpected grit of Japan’s Self-Defense Forces delights him to no end. Having fallen out with his right-hand man Tanaka, however, may come back to bite the jolly ex-marine.
Book 11
One of the top-selling manga in Japan today, with the first four volumes having sold more than 2,300,000 units since March 2013, now hits North American shores. AJIN combines super-natural themes with sci-fi action for a very modern high-paced yarn that should compete with most popular current manga and comic titles.

Under duress, the Ministry of Welfare, which has been abusing demi-humans, is ready to negotiate with them. Yet Sato can’t resist giving the screw another turn.
Book 10
Now the basis of a live-action movie, the razor-sharp series continues to delight, featuring more than its usual share of female characters in this much-awaited, brand-new installment.

Meet a well-adjusted expatriate who was the first Japanese demi-human to be discovered; elite bureaucrat Tosaki’s ailing love interest, his moral anchor and hazard; and Ritsu Nagai, our calculating hero’s no-nonsense mom. As a bonus, get to know Sam “Sato” Owen’s mother’s side of the family (they offer excellent business opportunities).
Book 9
Sato’s bitten. Samuel T. Owen is in the building. The Battle of Forge Safety, which began when demi-humans who aim to upend Japanese society waltzed into an ambush set by those who would deny them the pleasure, reaches its crescendo and conclusion in this volume.
Book 8
There’s a snag: Sato isn’t biting. The terrorist mastermind’s reason for abstaining from violence is almost as psychopathic as his earlier sprees. Luckily, coldblooded hero Kei knows what makes his adversary tick.
Book 7
In this action-packed installment, readers are treated to a bit of demi-human ringleader Sato’s backstory before being plunged into a breath-taking battle of guns and wits between government forces and the ragtag gang of immortals.
Book 6
Soon to be animated as a three-part theatrical feature, in this volume the hit on-going series further fleshes out its intriguing cast. Learn how the female demi-human “Izumi” can on stage, how a trustworthy friend who left it spent his days, and more.
Book 5
It’s all-out war. After demi-humans mobilize to overthrow the government of Japan -terror and immortality their prime tactics- young cynic Kei must decide if he’s on anyone’s side other than his own.
Book 4
Encouraged by a fellow demi-human’s stunt, many more who have been keeping a low profile come out the woodworks. Their morals vary—and a high schooler Kei Nagai is by no means the most decent among them.
Book 3
The true aim of the raid on the research center is revealed by demi-human mastermind Sato, whose Bolshevik ruthlessness and cunning prove worthy of his choice of headgear.

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