Publisher: Tellwell Talent
Published: Oct 19 2020
Height: 0.51 Width: 5.50 Depth: 8.50
At the turn of the 16th century, Japan is caught in a harsh civil war with Shogun Tokugawa vying to take control of the war-torn country. Nine years after tragedy befalls the small village of Ikebe, Kenji is travelling the Japanese wilderness with his uncle and protector, Ichiro, who has steadfastly kept Kenji away from the terrible realities of war. After being found by soldiers fighting for the unification of Japan, Kenji is forced to pick a side in a war he has never fully understood.
After finding himself on the fields of Sekigahara fighting for the men who captured him, Kenji discovers there are consequences to every war, and realizes the people he is fighting may not be the true enemy. Losing someone close to him during the battle forces Kenji to go on the run. He ends up the reluctant leader of a
band of people fleeing the city he just helped conquer. Trying to put his past behind him, Kenji must find a way to get the refugees out from under the heavy heel of Shogun Tokugawa.
Honour is an adventure tale grounded in historical reality about a young man who is forced to learn the harsh realities of war and what it means to become a leader to those he has harmed.