Published May 24, 2018 by

How I Was Murdered by a Fox Monster Chapter 20

Summary: They say life flashes before you in that moment before death. I could see it all reflected in the blade. I was standing under the cherry blossoms at my school entrance ceremony, eating cake at my sister's wedding, standing outside praying the monster wouldn't come tonight. I might not be dead yet but I can see what's coming, this is the story of how I was murdered by a fox monster! 

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Chapter 20

That night I swore that I was awoken by a voice calling my name from outside Itsuki's window.
"Daisuke Matsumoto, Daisuke Matsumoto," it called out to me like the wind.
I was too tired to understand its true form, and by morning I had dismissed it as a dream.
Little did I know that my approaching death was out there attempting to communicate with me.

Akito must have been in a particularly good mood, and I walked into the kitchen for breakfast only to discover him grinning from ear to ear.
"Good morning," he called out as I entered.
I realized that maybe his days of treating me like the plague were finally over. He must have also been attempting a peace-offering with the others and I, because he brought us all lunch for school. A small pile of several department style bento boxes sat stacked up on the table.
"Wow, this looks like expensive shit!" Said Kiyori while staring at the food through the plastic wrap.

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Published May 20, 2018 by

Book Review: "Star Wars: Last Shot"

With the new Han Solo movie coming out, I decided to give the new Han Solo novel, Last Shot, a read. Here is my review and thoughts on the novel. I won’t unveil too much of the plot, but there may be some minor spoilers ahead.

The story begins two years after the events of the Last Jedi, and introduces Han and Leia who are now living peacefully on Chandrila with their two year old son, Ben Solo. Leia is busy with her new role in the New Republic, and Han is now a struggling parent, full of self doubt, trying to adjust to family life after the war.

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