Fueled: The Man They Called ‘Pirate’
Fueled: The Man They Called Pirate (Japanese: 海賊とよばれた男 Hepburn: Kaizoku to yobareta otoko) is a greatest promoting Japanese historic novel by Naoki Hyakuta. As of January 2014, it had bought over 1,700,000 copies. In April 2013, it gained the Japan Booksellers award. It is going to be tailored into a movie directed by Takashi Yamazaki. It’s loosely primarily based on the story of Sazō Idemitsu, the founding father of Idemitsu Kosan, a Japanese oil firm. The story begins on August 15, 1945, the day Japan loses World Battle II. Set in 1945-47, the protagonist, Tetsuzo Kunioka, is an proprietor of an organization that sells oil. Most of his firm is both lacking, within the military, or in any other case not obtainable. The destiny of the corporate’s community of abroad places of work can be unknown. Not fazed by the defeat of Japan, he’s decided that Japan will rise once more, and is pushed to create a big oil firm.