Dr. Víctor Lluís Pérez Garcia (Tarragona, 1980) is a Catalan history teacher, archaeology researcher, writer and orientalist, expert in poliorcetics and polemology. Among his university degrees, he holds a bachelor in history, a master’s degree in East Asian studies from the Open University of Catalonia (Barcelona), with a thesis on Japanese castles, and a doctorate in archaeology from the Rovira i Virgili University (Tarragona), obtained with a thesis on Roman walls. In 2004 his first novel, Al-Mansur’s revenge, was finalist of the 24th Ramon Llull Novel Award in Catalan language (Barcelona) and in 2005 he won the Domènec Guansé Grant-Award for Literary Creation (Tarragona) with the novel The Dragon’s Trident. He is also the author of numerous academic articles and several monographs.

Comparative analysis of Japanese and European feudalism: Military aspects and fortifications (2010)

Fortifications and urban space in the Conventus Tarraconensis (2011)

Al-Mansur’s revenge (2004)

The Quest for Shambhala (2018)