The Spider's Academy Pt.5I'm no stranger to death. Growing up as a kid death was all around you. I walked on streets paved with the blood of soldiers who fought for this country, I listened to the radio and heard about what was going on in other countries, and the media certainly didn't pull any punches. Shadaloo had its roots deep in the world at the time I was beginning to question things on my own. I could always tell when someone important died at their hands; whenever my father came home with a defeated look on his face I knew that he hadn't lost just a case but a client as well. Sometimes the victim, of Shadaloo or something accidental or natural, would be someone close, and I would sit there feeling a tightness in my chest.More Like This
It's what I feel now, this tightness in my chest that keeps my lungs from drawing in a full breath.
"Han? Can you- Can you look at me? I know this is hard, but we could use your cooperation."
The lies had been shoveled my way long before I sat down in one of the confined rooms of Seo