Don’t sleep, 
don’t dream...
don’t dare!


‘I have just been on a wonderful journey... to Tokyo and back. I departed on late Friday evening and returned early Sunday afternoon. This book is a wonderful read, so much so that I only put it down long enough to eat and sleep. Congratulations on a fantastic book and an unexpected but much loved trip to Tokyo.’                                                                  

‘Thank you so much for “Ghosts of Tokyo”. I absolutely loved it, and once I started it I couldn’t wait to finish it to see where it took me! There were so many levels to the book and the author kept me enthralled the whole way through, sorting out the characters and keeping the story alive. While this was not a book I would normally have picked out to read, I am so pleased that I did as it took me on a wonderful  journey. Congratulations on a fantastic book, can’t wait for more!’

‘This an extremely readable book with very enjoyable echoes of Philip K. Dick and Kurt Vonnegut. As a first novel, it demonstrates a surprising maturity in writing style that augurs well for any to follow. The plural narrative and plot twists are worthy of Dick. Ultimately though, the readability of the book rests in the author's strong storytelling skills and attention to geographic detail. It was a lot of fun to spend a little time in this strange world.’


‘This is the type of book you just cannot put down once you start reading it. Every page sent you that bit deeper in to the mystery, answered by the final, surprising conclusion. Christopher J Smith uses his worldly and scientific knowledge, plus an excellent imagination, to deliver a book which grabs you with both hands.’



‘Just finished reading Ghosts of Tokyo for the second time. Enjoyed it just as much the second time around as I did the first. The book really makes you want to keep reading to find out what is going to happen. A great read and I look forward to reading more from this author. Thoroughly recommended!’

‘Multi layered and intriguing, you get wrapped up in a dark plot that explores reality and your place within it.  Ghosts of Tokyo is a fast paced, page-turning read with an end I just didn’t see coming.’



‘Leaves you wanting more. Hands down the best book I've read in years. When does the movie come out?’



‘An engaging mystery - Ghosts had me turning pages late into the night. An impressively strong debut from Christopher Smith, he is one to watch.’



‘Ghosts drew me in deep – I eagerly wandered the tunnels under Tokyo trying to unravel the mystery…’



Something lurks deep beneath the streets of Tokyo.



“Faith can be a disease Roger. Any man who clings fast to a savage faith will know only fear and superstition. These are not the weapons that can save us.
God is not coming Roger.”
                                   - Oscar Kingman


christopher J. smith