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Romeo & Juliet Vs. Zombies
(audio book, Little Nalu Pictures)
Available on iTunes, Amazon, and Audible
Written by Koji Steven Sakai
Performed by Lauren Ezzo

“Two households, both alike in dignity, In fair Verona, where we raise our dead.”

Romeo — the only heir to the Montague name, a socialite who dreams of making a name for himself as a playwright and the consummate lover; he seems just as famous for his kissing skills as he is infamous for his inability to do much of anything else.

Juliet — Capulet heiress, born soldier; in most every way, the precise opposite of Romeo. She’s spent her entire life trying to find some way out of her insufferable life as a noblewoman, and so far she’s had precious little luck.

When a black plague breaks out in the city of Verona, these two feuding families are met with far more trouble than a mere feud, no matter how longstanding and bloody that feud has been. In this grim reimagining of Shakespeare’s most famous tragic romance, Romeo and Juliet must form an unlikely alliance if they ever intend to survive being overrun by a horde of ravenous, flesh-seeking un-dead.

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442
(Graphic Novel)
Written by Koji Steven Sakai and Phinny Kiyomura
Artist Rob Sato

Written by Koji Steven Sakai and Phinny Kiyomura, and illustrated by Rob Sato, “442” is based on one of World War II’s most compelling and important stories. The 442nd Regimental Combat Team was the U.S. Army’s Japanese American segregated fighting regiment. The 442nd would become the most decorated unit of the War, and the most decorated unit of its size and length of service in American history. Even with their families confined behind barbed wire in American concentration camps, these soldiers fought to rescue a Texas battalion lost behind enemy lines. A fictionalized account based on the actual events, “442” follows young Japanese Americans soldiers as they suffer prejudice, internment and terrible casualties in in their battle to rescue the Lost Battalion.

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Operation Survive FINAL

OPERATION: Survive
(novella, Amazon Kindle World)
Written by Koji Steven Sakai

Bryan Suzuki has been obsessed with the end of the world since the first grade. Thirty plus years later, he’s still waiting for the apocalypse. But now he’s got a well-stocked bunker and a family. So when he gets word about a mysterious Ebola outbreak at O’Hare International Airport and an attack at Northwestern Memorial Hospital, he’s ready. He tries to warn his co-workers and his wife who is actually in Chicago for business. The problem? No one believes him. Not even his young teenage son—whom he pulls out of school via gun point. Almost as soon as they get to the bunker, all hell breaks loose. Variants—aka: super zombies created by a weaponized version of Ebola—are on the hunt. Will Bryan and his son be able to survive the coming apocalypse? And at what price?

OPERATION: Survive is based in the world of the best selling book series Extinction Cycle.

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