Storytelling is at its apex although the story itself begins with a rather mediocre murder. The background scenery takes place from the Californian West Coast to the deep, forgotten land of Mojave Desert. The author sets readers' eye on a LAPD detective, investigating a family massacre in Los Angeles. Actions, explosions and scorching grounds, thugs and rogues standing with full intention to kill the opponent, the bloody vengeance of a swordsman with a dark past...this novel reaches a height of "a hard-boiled crime action" with great surprising conclusion with contemporary touch of "urban mythos". Once you start turning pages, there is no turning back.
Quick Draw's venom will taint you with an uncontrollable addiction to read on.
About the Author
Shu Ejima was born in 1976, and has been a regular participant in new writers competitions. A lifelong fan of science-fiction and fantasy prose, Ejima has also long been impressed by the sense of scale found in Hollywood films. His curiosity towards what readers and viewers consider is "interesting" has left a deep impression on his heart, leading his dreams to create truly global works. In his free time, Ejima enjoys barbecuing and martial arts. Ejima was awarded the 2013 Golden Elephant Award for International Fiction for his debut work Quick Draw.