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.
The shop's door made a ding noise as it wiggled open.
Inside, the lights were soft and muted, like an antique store.
Only, its lights were square panels set into the ceiling and wall shelves at different spots.
"Ah, it's you girls!"
We bowed a little.
Misaki beamed at the little old man.
We've been to the store so many times that Nagasaki-san would always treat us to some tea and chit chat.
There was an area at the back of the shop in particular that I adored.
It was affectionately called
"the reading corner" where samples of
material, colors, paints, pens, and onward sat
cramped along with wooden stools and small easels.
Rather than reading, it was a place to doodle and find inspiration.