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The Accidental Killing and Other Stories

4.25  ·  Rating Details ·  4 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
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When it was ascertained by the Deputy's men that the dead man on the hillside was a wanted criminal, Hitoshi the papermaker's apprentice was declared a hero.

Shuzo, whose life Hitoshi had saved, just wanted to know where he had learnt to fight like that.

But first, Shuzo had a performance to give.
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Published June 24th 2013 by Shousetsu Bang*Bang (first published June 23rd 2013)

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Rachel
5 Stars

I cannot express enough love for Shousetsu Bang*Bang, a free online “webzine for original gay fiction/boy’s love oneshot stories” (http://www.shousetsubangbang.com/mirr...).

Not only does the webzine feature amazing short stories, but it also includes gorgeous art, and special themed issues, including artist comics and illustrations, and f/f focused stories. There truly is something for everyone, and the entire project is volunteer based. There is so much to love in these webzines. Highly
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Meep
Jan 08, 2016 Meep rated it it was amazing
Shelves: s2b2
Another wonderful Shousetsu Bang*Bang tale that brings us to Japan with a storyteller, a papermaker, bandits, loyalty, love and humour. The story has a strong feeling of the time and place, not surprising if you peek at the authors notes for the impressive amount of research that went into it (including lube of the time!).

Shuzo entertains both the villagers and the reader with his stories making everything a one man play; telling truths with elaborate mimicry and calling everyone to laugh and lo
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