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Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. April 24, Rating: Purchased Kindle copy Summary from Goodreads: This is going to be super short because this short story was super short!
Like maybe a chapter's worth of content or less. This short story sets up things nicely well, "nicely" for Smoke in the Sun. I can't wait to start reading the conclusion! What I Did Not Like: Would I Recommend It: Well, this short story is free, and it was quite insightful, so I'd definitely recommend it.
I really hope that the author writes more short stories besides Yumi's which I'm about to review next , and there is some sort of novella bindup. Everyone, please "buy" these free short stories! This was such a very short story.
Less than ten pages. Yet it was also such a stunning one. I loved being inside the head of Okami again. He had a few small point of views in Flame in the Mist, and I adore this boy more than I can say. Fingers crossed he will have a point of view in Smoke in the Sun. In this short story, Okami is being taken as a prisoner back to the castle. Where he is sure he will end up dead. These pages are about him thinking a little about his life, and him coming to terms with his upcoming death.
Which breaks my heart. This boy does not deserve death.
He deserves the very longest life. This story is not very long, so I'm not writing a lot about it. Also because there truly was not much happening, haha. But it was still such good pages. And I just love Okami so so very much. I so cannot wait to read Smoke in the Sun next, to know what happens to this precious person.
And so so excited for more of him and Mariko together. Well, I hope there will be a lot of romance happening. I was very hungry and I love meat. Since it became possible to merge our genomic data with health records in the cloud synchronized with each and every digital device, choosing food has turned into a stressful activity. They wanted to tell me what and when to eat and it has made me crazy.
They knew better what me and especially my body needed. My grandfather told me that back in the day nobody knew what the hell you were eating. You just went to a restaurant, ordered and finished your meal. I know they died from a lot of diseases without any foreseeable signs but still. That freedom of choice is special. Just choose whatever is tailored to me and bring it in a powder or something. Sometimes I wish I were in the old ages with infections, sudden deaths, and short lifespans.
But man, going out to eat whatever you want must have been a hell of an experience. I get back to my steak, which is obviously artificial but might taste like those dishes my grandfather used to tell me until he passed away in my 90s. Fluffy, green grass below me on the top of the hill that looks down on Japanese monasteries. Trees are all around and the wind is softly blowing. Just the right temperature at just the best time of the day in the early morning hours. I love spending time here. This place has a special meaning to me as I never made it to Japan.
Well, I never will….
My mask just became transparent and electrodes were released from my skin. I guess my time is over. There is no calm sound of the gentle wind but the constant buzzing of ventilators.
Exactly what you would expect from the interiors of a spaceship. Long corridors, narrow spaces, and small rooms. These virtual sessions I use for meditation are the only things that keep me sane during the long flight.
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You have your chores but it takes more to satisfy a curious human being like me. I have been bonding with the robots on board and I can have sessions with my loved ones at home. I can wait 20 minutes for a response.