Plum Rains On Happy House
In Japan, the little inn called Happy House looked its age-it drooped, it sighed, its old joints ached, it looked tired of life, just like the timeworn residents within...
Unless it's rainy season. The monsoon season of early summer offers the old boards an elixir of wondrous, aspiring youth.
The house awakens.
The residents, however, especially the newcomer-the American in Room 1- do not rejoice.
This is the season that's the most trying of all: the volatility, the decadence, the soullessness-Happy House must take nourishment. It must eat, or the environment debases.
When that occurs-as Room 1 is about to learn-any abomination is possible.
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