Guardian Angel

Guardian Angel If there s one thing I ve learned says Kyouko Satsumura it s that you can get by no matter how slow the market is It just takes a little creativity A college dropout and former biker chick living o

  • Title: Guardian Angel
  • Author: Jacob Ritari
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 296
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Guardian Angel

    If there s one thing I ve learned, says Kyouko Satsumura, it s that you can get by, no matter how slow the market is It just takes a little creativity A college dropout and former biker chick living on the lunatic fringe of Japanese suburbia, Kyouko supplements her income selling black market cigarettes with a lucrative sideline in curing hikikomori, or pathological If there s one thing I ve learned, says Kyouko Satsumura, it s that you can get by, no matter how slow the market is It just takes a little creativity A college dropout and former biker chick living on the lunatic fringe of Japanese suburbia, Kyouko supplements her income selling black market cigarettes with a lucrative sideline in curing hikikomori, or pathological shut ins, of their antisocial ways But her new case, a formidable and paranoid young intellectual, may prove to be her match and it doesn t help when she gets involved in the business of local gangsters What does it take to survive in the modern world and just how far is one girl willing to go

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    1. Michelle Olsen

      The first thing I actually thought, as I read this, was that it reads almost like a Hayao Miyazaki movie does. Mrs Tamura reminded me of the elderly lady who bakes in Kiki’s delivery service, while Yuusuke and Daisuke read like two coarse sailors. Of course, this point becomes moot when they begin with coarse language, because HM typically doesn’t involve the cursing language. At this point, the protagonist, Kyouku, feels sort of like the lovechild between Elizabeth Salander (Girl with the D [...]

    2. April

      by the end of this book I had to wonder if it wasnt an advertisement for a college education! I really did not find this story that intriguing. It felt more like listening to some poor girl whine about the life she caused!

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