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.]
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"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.
He was always looking after me.
I could feel his overprotective gaze,
but I didn't know if it was out of pity
ever since the night at the takoyaki restaurant.
He looked up and pointed
as we pressed against
the empty storefront of a kombini.
"They're flying really quite low."
"Where are they heading?"
"Looks like north-east."
I checked the hints of the sun above.
It was leaning towards my right.
They were indeed moving north-east.
From the distance,
they were merely three black specks,
and we couldn't tell
if they were Japanese or American,
or a foreign bombers seeking their next target,
but for high-altitude aircraft,
they were low already.