The story of the apocalypse
through a Japanese high school student's eyes.
The final days are counting down.
A story of what's truly important in life and how to fight for it.
[Based off the detailed accounts of high school student, Maho Itami, this story is created to replay the last years of Planet Earth.]
"Another brilliant cell phone novel from takatsu." - Subscriber
"All around, ear-piercing sirens exploded.
It was so high pitched, I couldn't tell if I screamed or not.
Then, it started.
The ground started shaking."
My second Japanese style cellphone novel project. I hope I can bring an original take to the apocalypse, or at least give readers a different experience through an authentic Japanese cellphone novel approach.
Chapter 107:- Pieces
"At five PM today,
young protesters took to the streets of
Shibuya, Omotesando, Ginza and Akihabara
blocking all traffic at major intersections.
Many were carrying signs that expressed
everything from anti-nuclear warfare and
discontent for increasingly aggressive
behaviour of North Korea and its allies to
the status of the worldwide economical crisis
that is causing a steady food shortage
in some areas of Japan and countries around the world."
Scenes of chaotic swarms of people charged the streets,
heads bobbing like seals, wave after wave, pushing back and forth.
It was a strange occurrence. Protests almost never happened in Japan.
When it did, it was orderly and quiet.
There were weird people in black gas masks.
Those places that I would frequent, suddenly didn't seem so safe.
I felt safer in Shin's arms in this house.