Yet the disaster is not entirely what it seems. Radioactive contamination and massive explosions become the least of the squad’s concerns when the facility suddenly goes into complete lockdown—and they aren’t the only ones inside. Now they’re hearing voices, rescuing schoolgirls who shouldn’t be there, and finding corpses that had nothing to do with the meltdown!
Will Watase be able to save the other survivors before it’s too late? Or will the voices make them turn on each other first?! Find out in this fast-paced survival thriller!
As Flowerfolk, I never dreamed of having a fairy tale romance, but I also didn’t expect to be dumped three days after being confessed to by a dragon knight! Spurned and angry, I decided to devote my life to my work as the human princess’s hairstylist, only to find out that the princess was going off to dragon country to marry the Dragonkin prince and taking me with her. Now I have to serve in the same castle as that jerk who dumped me! The princess can have the fairy tale ending, I’m done with romance.
In an age where mapmaking is a lost art, Unen hides her skill from the world at large. But when she accepts a local landlord’s request to survey the boundary between his land and that of a neighboring lord’s, her maps accidentally give away her existence to a master swordsman and a cunning mage—a duo who have been hunting down the man who taught her the forbidden knowledge of mapmaking.
As one of the rare few capable of creating maps with bird’s eye precision, Unen’s fate hangs precariously in the balance as she endeavors to survive in a world of people who want to own her or see her dead.
In the end, Mashiro must make a choice. Will she choose Kou or Sou?
The decision is yours!
So, I have the power to purify zombies. And now I’m expected to save this undead world from the zombie apocalypse? Great. This is so NOT my problem!