Water is a force to be reckoned with. It can break metal in an instant, or over time. And it surely can shatter a society crippled by politics and fear. This is the story of Edo-era Japan, of a nation divided by social strata and infighting. A few bold samurai must force many disparate and poor regions to sacrifice their very lives for the future in order to hold back the nation's raging rivers. In this original tale of blood, guts, brutality, and anger, the history of Japan unfolds in true period drama.
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