作者：(日本)山冈庄八 译者：岳远坤 陈都伟
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No phone number. I actually live in a tent. With my dad. In the trees. We’re in a small patch of forest between a shopping plaza and the street. ” I chanced a look her way. Her eyes were on a couple sitting on the bench to the side of us. They were kissing. I figured it was safe to continue. Inna wasn’t really paying attention, and I don’t think she caught all of what I was saying. I must have needed to tell my story even if Inna didn’t understand all of the words. “The problem is,” I said, speaking quickly, “the city has decided to build more townhouses.
You all make it sound so easy. ” My voice was tight and louder than I expected. ” Paul looked at me like I was an alien. I closed my eyes, hoping to block them out, but someone laughed. Hot blood raced through my veins. My breath was at the back of my throat, not coming from my chest. A burning energy pulsed into my hands. “Bottom line is, those kind of people don’t count,” said Paul. ” Before I knew what I was doing, I shoved my textbook across the desk into Paul’s chest. ” I yelled. My hand squeezed into a fist.
Dude, I’m really craving one, but if I eat it all, I won’t have room for supper. ” He headed toward the counter to order. I have to admit, the sandwich filled a void that was getting bigger and bigger every day. I tested Ben with questions from our lessons. ” I asked after I’d been quizzing him for twenty minutes. 29 Crist y Watson “Yeah. ” We laughed. I thanked Ben for the food, then started home. Twenty-six suvs passed me before I reached our place. As I rounded a curve in the road, the air was sucked from my lungs.
德川家康12：大坂风云(Tokugawa Ieyasu, Book 12) by 山冈庄八