The CobrasJason found himself dragging his feet home from another failed job interview... this was the fourth one this week! He really needed to get a job soon... he had bills to pay, and the last thing he needed was to wake up realizing he had no running water or electricity... or, heavens forbid, no INTERNET! What would he do without internet? He shuddered as he considered how bland and terrible his life would be without the one place in the world he found refuge!
In this short story we are taken on a journey by way of Jason, a mild mannered young man looking for work anyway he can get it. ShinguAmito is brilliant in his depiction of kid in over his head.
Jason finds himself in a test to see if he is worthy of a job with a rag tag team of shadowy figures, whom the writer does a wonderful job of adding depth to. These members of the crew are dark and mysterious and the reader is kept on the edge of his or her seat.
By the end, we like Jason are left in a state of shock at the events that unfolded. Knowing that what has taken place can never be undone or forgotten. The writer transplants us into this world where things go bad very quickly and we are left, with Jason asking only one question: What have I done?
The writing was clean and organized. We are never lost and plot unfolds nicely. The characters are memorable and so is the ending