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Undead samurai! Possessed Buddhist priests! The reanimated corpses of geisha brides!
Lafcadio Hearn's classic Japanese ghost stories get a Manga University makeover in this collection of 17 tales of terror, each lavishly illustrated with ethereal, bone-chilling artwork by Japanese horror specialist Maki Miyamoto. Compiled and translated more than a century ago, this is the definitive collection of Japanese tales of the supernatural.
PDF or ePub for computers, Nook, Nexus, Kobo and Android devices. (PDF recommended for computers unless you are familiar with the ePub format.)
Apple iBook for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch (and Macintosh computers running OSX Mavericks)
For a Windows or Macintosh computer:
Download the ebook file to your computer. The file will be the title of the book with the extension “.epub” (example: “manga_cookbook.epub”).
If you haven’t already, download the free Adobe Digital Editions ebook-reader software from http://www.adobe.com/products/digital-editions/download.html.
Double-click the ebook file to open it in Adobe Digital Editions and begin reading.
For a Macintosh running OSX Mavericks:
Download the ebook file to your computer. The file will be the title of the book plus the word "ibook" with the extension “.epub” (example: “manga_cookbook_ibook.epub”).
Double-click the ebook file to open it in iBooks and begin reading.
For an iPad, iPhone or iPod touch:
Make sure the free iBooks app is on your iOS device. (If it isn’t, you can download it from the App Store.)
Use Safari on your iOS device to download the ebook file, and select the “Open in iBooks” button. The ebook will open and be added to your iBooks collection inside the iBooks app.
For Amazon Kindle models:
Download the Kindle ebook file to your computer. The file will be the title of the book with the extension “.mobi” (example: “manga_cookbook.mobi”). Alternately, download the PDF version.
Attach your Kindle to your computer using your USB cable and drag the file to the "Documents" folder on your Kindle. Open the ebook from your Kindle's home screen and begin reading.
For all other devices:
Procedures for loading third-party ebooks onto other e-readers and tablets vary by manufacturer. Refer to your product’s website or user manual for complete instructions.
Also, the “MobileReader Devices How-To” section at Project Gutenberg (an excellent source of free, out-of-copyright ebooks) is a good starting point for determining how to load third-party ebooks to many devices. http://www.gutenberg.org/wiki/Gutenberg:MobileReader_Devices_How-To