Ghost: Neo-Tokyo

Ghost: Neo-Tokyo

X. Aratare Raythe Reign / May 23, 2019

Ghost Neo Tokyo In Japan was destroyed by what seemed like a terrible natural calamity As if such grief were not enough deaths began all around the globe from a disease that could not be explained In their eff

  • Title: Ghost: Neo-Tokyo
  • Author: X. Aratare Raythe Reign
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 347
  • Format: online fiction (membership/subscription)
  • In 2033, Japan was destroyed by what seemed like a terrible natural calamity As if such grief were not enough, deaths began all around the globe from a disease that could not be explained In their efforts to track the disease s course and find a cure, it was discovered that the first people the disease had struck down all had one thing in common they had all been to JapIn 2033, Japan was destroyed by what seemed like a terrible natural calamity As if such grief were not enough, deaths began all around the globe from a disease that could not be explained In their efforts to track the disease s course and find a cure, it was discovered that the first people the disease had struck down all had one thing in common they had all been to Japan just before the tragedy occurred Those few who survived the disease claimed what had tried to kill them were spirits who were vengeful and filled with an endless rage at humanity Some connected these angry spirits with the millions that had died during the Japanese cataclysm The disease, which had the official name of S 241, became known to the general populace as Ghost as the survivors stories spread The survivors were shut up in undisclosed facilities with the explanation that they might be contagious and had to be quarantined for the general good But all knew it was silence them from saying that no cure for Ghost could ever be found There was one place, however, where survivors were welcomed, a safe haven Neo Tokyo While the islands that made up Japan had been swallowed by the sea, two new islands had risen from the deep nearby In the fifty years since the catastrophe, Neo Tokyo had grown from a small settlement to a sprawling, neon drenched megalopolis Japanese that had escaped the loss of their homeland migrated back to these islands to try and save some of their culture But Neo Tokyo had also become a place where many sought to escape to and start a new life And it was the only place a Ghost survivor had the chance of living free Tristan Price never thought that he would see Neo Tokyo But then Ghost struck his home, killing his parents, marking him as a survivor Fleeing his home with his younger brother and uncle from authorities that would lock him up, Tristan makes a bargain with the Yakuza who control Neo Tokyo for passage to the fabled city Only the price for getting there is higher than he ever imagined Will Tristan find safety in Neo Tokyo under the watchful eye of Yakuza member, Yasuo Maeda, or have his troubles just begun Status Incomplete OngoingSeveral character illustrations and the first 5 chapters are free for non members.

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    697 Comments

    1. Despite the typos, grammatical mistakes, and at times cheesy lines, I enjoyed the story and its characters. I thought the concept and plot were intriguing and pretty creative. The ending was satisfying, but was also left wide open for more to come. I'll definitely be on the lookout for a continuation.


    2. Good story, interesting futuristic world of Neo-Tokyo and Yakuza.Many mistakes and poor editing, but it's okey for an online story. I liked the storyline and its characters. The ending was without evil cliffy, it can be read as stand alone book, but was also left open door for the next story.


    3. Membership to read this is well worth it. I love sci-fi/fantasy with a bit of futuristic details and this story is my favorite so far.


    4. It's a really good story, but the ending made me gave it 4 stars only. For me, it's too cheesy and, I don't know, too easy. Other than that, this is a very solid and interesting story.


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