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Inside this Book – I was nine years old, and it was summer. Vibrant green trees grew thickly around the shrine and shaded its gravel grounds. The cries of cicadas drifted down from branches reaching upward as if to grasp the summer sun. “I wonder if my brother and the rest of the boys are done talking yet,” Yayoi said to me. “You think they are, Satsuki?” She was twirling her hair with her fingers, and her eyebrows were scrunched down, making wrinkles above her nose. She sounded annoyed. “I don’t know . . .” Yayoi Tachibana and I were in the same grade. We were best friends, and we —along with her brother Ken—played together every day. We were sitting alone on the shaded wooden steps of the shrine, waiting for Ken, who was helping with the preparations for the town’s small fireworks show only a few days away. “He’s taking forever,” said Yayoi as she looked over at the old stone foundation across the shrine’s spacious grounds. “Why can’t they just let us girls climb up there too? This is so boring.” The old foundation, a flat, rectangular mound of rocks piled about as large as a warehouse, looked like a small castle built of nothing but dry stone.
Inside this book –Summer, Fireworks, and My Corpse PDF Book by Nathan Collins – Early the next day, Ken and Yayoi went to their morning exercise session, a sequence of group calisthenics choreographed by radio and held at the shrine every day during summer break. The shrine felt pleasant in the morning, and the cool, crisp air was revitalizing. As the sun began its ascent into the sky, the few cicadas that had begun singing earlier were joined by a full chorus. After the exercises were completed, a sixth grader (the oldest grade schooler in the village) made a stamp on the attendance cards of the children present. He commented on how I wasn’t there that morning, but Ken ignored him as if it were not his concern. His attention was elsewhere. Behind him, some of the mothers were whispering to one another. They were talking about me and my mother, saying that she had searched for me through the night and how sad it all was. Even though it had all happened just last evening, word had already spread throughout the village. The police would begin their search of the forest in the afternoon. But since nobody had yet found any evidence of wrongdoing or any clues as to my whereabouts, the women doubted that anything would turn up in the woods. And some were saying that I was another victim of the serial kidnapper.
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- Language – English
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