Skye Johnson is no one special. Shes not popular, she is just a normal junior at Discovery high school, boy troubles, managing school work, playing sports, until that one party changed her future forever...
One day she is stressing over boys, the next she is fighting for her life. How will she survive?
The story starts in 1927 in a small village called Iyo, in the north of the Shikoku island, Japan. This story is meant to show the life of a geisha from head to toe with all it's ups and downs and background details, such as reasons for traditions and superstitions (all that is available to public at least), details about how you can difference a maiko from a geiko, a geiko from an oiran and other such things, unlike Arthur Golden's best seller "Memoirs of a geisha" which takes a lot of artistic freedom. This is the first time I attempt to publish a story in chapters, feedback is welcomed and appreciated. All the characters belong to me. Cities, such as Iyo and Gion Kobu, Kyoto, Japan are real while other places, such as Okiya Nagara and the upcoming tea houses are made up.
If you have any questions or suggestions related to the plot, the details or anything else, feel free to send me a private message.
"One day the world will know my story, but for now I do this for no one other then my family, you have waged war on the Faye, and I will bring you the battle"
In a land not like our own, one girl stands alone. Against the dark forces rising to meet her she embarcs on the journey of a life time, acrossed the land fighting for her home and her family, in a world so bright and magiacl but were darkness feast and grows, will she be able to win?
Or will she stand alone on Black River bend when the sun sets on the second day…Read to find out.
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