By Haruki Murakami
Ebook of 1Q84 ends with Aomame status at the Metropolitan throughway with a gun among her lips. She has come tantalisingly with reference to assembly her loved Tengo simply to have him slip away on the final minute. The fans of the cult chief she assassinated are decided to trace her down and she or he has been residing in hiding, thoroughly remoted from the realm. although, Tengo has additionally resolved to discover Aomame. because the of them discover a growing number of in regards to the unusual global of 1Q84, and the mysterious Little humans, their eager for each other grows. Can they locate one another ahead of they themselves are found?
This is simply ebook 3 of 1Q84, as lots of people (like me) initially got simply Books One & as one quantity, with this one to be had later.
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Additional resources for 1Q84, Book 3
The Fall of Shuri Castle Two armies were now converging on Shuri from the general direction of Urasoe, news of which soon reached the successful defenders of Naha. When they heard of the assault on Shuri, commanders Jana Teido- and Tomigusuku Seizoku hurriedly pulled troops out of Naha to defend the capital. It was, however, already too late. Kyan notes that a final attempt at negotiation with the advancing army was considered but rejected, because ‘the houses were already burning’. Shuri Castle was now isolated.
When, redoubling his efforts, Shuzo- again made ready to defend the castle, our king, in his grief at his subjects’ death in battle, decided to surrender. [Shuzo-] withdrew from the castle, but while he was walking home, the Shimazu commander summoned him. The soldiers were delighted to arrest him. Whether the two accounts describe the same man or not, the bravery of the gate defenders proved no more effective than the presence on either side of the portals of the stone shisha. Covered by successive hailstorms of bullets, the Satsuma samurai sprang up the scaling ladders and took command of Shuri’s ramparts.
The priest Kyan, who was on Okinawa when Amami-Oshima was attacked, notes only that on Amami-Oshima the defending army had grown weak. While he makes no other comment about the operation to secure the Amami Islands, Ichiki reports that on the following day, the Shimazu forces went out on patrol and easily overcame the islanders, who fought under a certain ‘Zo-hon of Kasari’, the Okinawan king’s representative on Oshima. The invaders then made their way by ship along the coast to Yamatohama, where they arrived on 3m 12d (16 April), and four days later had advanced as far as Nishi Yoshimi, thus securing the whole island.
1Q84, Book 3 by Haruki Murakami