Swords aren’t the easiest thing to carry around. It gets worse when you’re taking a picture of said sword. By yourself. Holding the sword. And trying to take visually appealing pictures with the monstrosity that is digital zoom. On another note, the best plan during the zombie apocalypse is to host a ball. And train yourself for years with the Kyoto master.
I wonder why they call them “Unmentionables”? Is this supposed to be a reference to something? Or were they trying to avoid “Zombies”, even though its in the title?
It also seems like the author is quite fond of Japanese culture. Ninjas? And dojos? I figured the Kyoto master would be enough.
Well, I won’t complain. This is indeed quite the upgrade from Pride and Prejudice, even if it isn’t exactly a masterpiece, it makes it more appealing to the general audience.
…now only if they made a movie, then all would be well.