Review: A Revolutionist In The Afternoon

Originally posted at myanimelist.net.

Jiro Matsumoto’s short story collection begins with a wry, kooky detailed love affair amidst a city in war-time. Our plucky author finds herself taking her neighbour’s identity on a whim and embroiling herself with an unwitting revolutionist’s assassination plan, and also his nether regions while she’s at it. It’s a Wong Kar-Wai style whimsical tale of fleeting lust, love and laughs.

Read it here.

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