It’s a love letter, a personal history, and a focused dive into the history of JRPGs all in one and it’s a hell of a book.

Joe Sherry
-Hugo Award-winning editor of Nerds of a Feather

Informative, personal, and fascinating, this book earns its place among deep dives into video-game history.

Mary Kenney
-Author of Gamer Girls

A a well researched and well reported dive into the popular emergence of the JRPG genre and would make a welcome addition to any gamer’s bookshelf.

Mathew Rodriguez
-Senior News Editor at them

[Moher] combines a gift for compelling storytelling with an encyclopedic knowledge of the topic and an obvious and very genuine love of the genre.

Matt Wallace
-Hugo Award-winning novelist and games writer

A work that touches on technological change, pop culture trends, cross-cultural differences, and new frontiers in narrative, genre, and entertainment.

Andrew Woodrow-Butcher
-Quill & Quire

This felt like a conversation with a friend. It’s cool a non-fiction book like this exists!

Michael G.