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Mecha Samurai Empire A standalone book set in the USJ universe, Mecha Samurai Empire focuses on a group of aspiring mecha cadets preparing to fight the Nazis Foremost among them, Makoto Fujimoto grew up in California, but with a difference his California is part of the United States of Japan After Germany and Japan won WWII, the United States fell under their control Growing up in this world, Mac plays portical games, haphazardly studies for the Imperial Exam, and dreams of becoming a mecha pilot Only problem Mac s grades are terrible His only hope is to pass the military exam and get into the prestigious mecha pilot training program at Berkeley Military Academy When his friend Hideki s plan to game the test goes horribly wrong, Mac washes out of the military exam too Perhaps he can achieve his dream by becoming a civilian pilot But with tensions rising between Imperial Japan and Nazi Germany and rumors of collaborators and traitors abounding, Mac will have to stay alive long enough first


About the Author: Peter Tieryas

Peter Tieryas is the author of Mecha Samurai Empire Penguin Random House Ace Roc and United States of Japan Hayakawa, Nova , which won Japan s most prestigious science fiction award, The Seiun His books have gotten praise from Buzzfeed, io9 Gizmodo, Kotaku, Kirkus Reviews, Financial Times, Tor.com, Publisher s Weekly, Popular Mechanics, Verge, Wired, Esquire, and Yahoo His writing has been published in Electric Literature, Indiana Review, Kotaku, and ZYZZYVA He has also worked as a technical writer for LucasArts, the late gaming division of LucasFilm, as well as being a VFX artist at Sony and EA You can find him at tieryasDOTwordpressDOTcom as well as traveling the world with his wife.



10 thoughts on “Mecha Samurai Empire

  1. Peter Tieryas Peter Tieryas says:

    7 27 19 So honored to share that Mecha Samurai Empire won Japan s top science fiction award, the Seiun The other nominees included Artemis by Andy Weir, Seveneves by Neil Stephenson, and Waking Gods by Sylvain Neuvel, all of which I loved 9 27 18 A lot of great reviews this week, esp these two from B N and Den of


  2. Dan Schwent Dan Schwent says:

    Will misfit Makoto Fujimoto realize his dream of being a mecha pilot, with his abysmal grades and war between the United States of Japan and Germany looming in the background I really enjoyed United States of Japan but wantedmecha action Thankfully, this popped up on Netgalley not very long ago I ll probably grab a


  3. Dani ❤️ Perspective of a Writer Dani ❤️ Perspective of a Writer says:

    Check outreviews Perspective of a WriterA standalone book set in the United States of Japan universe, Mecha Samurai Empire focuses on a group of aspiring mecha cadets preparing to fight the Nazis Foremost among them, Makoto Fujimoto plays portical games, haphazardly studies for the Imperial Exam, and dreams of becomi


  4. Beth Cato Beth Cato says:

    I received an advance ebook through NetGalley.The best way to summarize this series is Man in the High Castle with mechas These books are alt history, sci fi, and horror all at once, awesome and yet disturbing.I loved the first book, United States of Japan, and I was excited to read the second book Mecha Samurai Empire.


  5. Virginia Virginia says:

    I loved loved LOVED this book It is such a fun adventure book with giant robots and heroes with even larger hearts To start this review, I need to begin with my high school years, curling up next to the bookshelves of my local bookstore and library and reading as much manga as I could I could lose myself in the pages of t


  6. Tim Flipton Tim Flipton says:

    much better mecha action than usj


  7. Gary Gary says:

    Great action and characters.Full RTC


  8. Jeffrey McLain Jeffrey McLain says:

    MSE grows on the strengths of USJ There are many nods back to the original, but definitely a read you can enjoy on its own, without having experienced the first book Peter Tieryas does an excellent job world building The near future we find in the USJ is recognizable and plausible minus the giant war robots, but fingers crossed


  9. Judy Han Judy Han says:

    4.5 I was surprised at how different this book is from United States of Japan I enjoy Manga and this was a fun take on mecha stories I really liked the weird glimpses into its alternate history The new pledge of allegiance was disturbing The book also made me hungry There s a bunch of food in it which is very different I was happ


  10. Mogsy (MMOGC) Mogsy (MMOGC) says:

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum Samurai Empire takes place in the world of Peter Tieryas United States of Japan, an alternate history described as a spiritual successor to The Man in High Castle in which the Japanese won World War II and conquered America While this is the second novel set in the USJ sequence, the author s intent


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