Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 120: Amanojuko Part 6

Whilst attempting to find records leading to the identity of the woman who infected Katherine with ‘plague’, Alexand has been ambushed. CLICK HERE for next chronological story.

Alexand's backstory set in Russia and India, (3990)
Alexand’s backstory set in Russia and India, (3990)

22 thoughts on “Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 120: Amanojuko Part 6

  1. Gosh, Cheryl. What are you doing to Alexand? Now, you’ve well and truly illustrated the power of selfless love. You have to stop putting them through any more pain. Nevertheless, wonderful write, as always. 🙂

    1. Hi Vera, yes this shows how much Alex loves Katherine, if any good can come out of this mess. Thank you, I’m glad you’re enjoying reading this story, it’s something I have to share, no matter how painful it is to write as well as read. Alex and Katherine are both very dear to me and it really hurts me too. I wish their lives were better, they deserve some happiness.

    1. Hi Richard, thank you, I’m glad you’re enjoying reading this story. I haven’t finished writing it yet (taking a break to edit the novels) How’s your break? I’d better go and see if you’ve posted any new photographs. (Been away from WP editing. I need to catch up!)

    1. Hi Sally, that means a lot, thank you for the support and encouragement. To be truthful I spend a lot of my life (probably too much) in this world and it’s become an addiction. I’m glad I can share it with you.

  2. I am your 101st “Like” on this story, and as such, I’m going to comment quite emotionally. WHAT THE SH*T, Cheryl????!!!!! That was intense — and you really pumped up the weird and freaky for this one! Is Amanojuko their name, or is that what they are — ie., not a proper name, but rather, their, I dunno — species? Okay, now Alexand really has her hands full.

    1. Ah, yes, the Amanojuko! They were first called that by their creator, Professor Filius Anderson, who was an old colleague of Katherine’s father Georges De Somme. Anderson was obsessed with the prospect of immortality, and was expelled from practicing by De Somme and fellow scientists, because they thought him unethical. Anderson funded his own research and eventually found a way to regenerate his own cells. He was the first Amanojuko, but created more people like him, so they really like to consider themselves as a different species, although they were originally human.

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