June 12, 2014

Poseidon of the East (23)

David Brooks commented a few weeks ago on Charlie Rose about how law and order counts for more in most people's mind than "reform," however high-minded. Especially if the status quo is yielding observable results. Shouryuu is counting on being the devil they all know.

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# posted by Anonymous Anonymous
6/12/2014 5:28 PM   
Thank you so much for the new chapter!
It's great to actually read what the reactions to Shouryuu's plans are!

Just to mention (hope it's helpful):

"...but its subjects had every reason to believe that tomorrow would be better that today." - should be "than"


"Without an emperor, a kingdom goes to rack and ruin. Everybody knows that that is like.” - should be "...knows what that is like."


"Ah, I hate it. The small of blood everywhere. " - the "smell".
# posted by Anonymous Jennifer
6/14/2014 10:25 AM   
Hi Eugene, so great to have come upon your blog. I just want to ask how many chapters are there in the book Poseidon of the East?
# posted by Blogger Eugene
6/14/2014 10:46 AM   
There are 39 numbered chapters, plus the prologue and two postscripts.