Fleenor fires up an epic tale of youth caught in the turmoil of
descending world events leading to war in Japan. Fleenor draws on
his 40 years' experience of living in Japan to create a story
embued with factual information and subtle understanding of the
pre-war and war era. As in earlier novels he has chosen Karuizawa
and Asama as a backdrop but has widened the stage to include China,
Europe, and the United States. American readers will enjoy the
chapters that take place in Oregon and Northern Indiana near Lake
Michigan. In "Season for Leviathan" the author adds unique color to
events in Japan experienced by foreigners and Japanese who lived
through the war. The Plot: Why is Erik Steffensen mentally
disturbed? What events in his life in the autumn of 1941 led up to
his predicament? The Japanese authorities will not allow him to
leave Japan. They have limited, yet encouraged his odd
activities...Who is the girl?
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