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It's just an everyday apocalypse Three years ago the aliens invaded Tokyo Nothing was ever the same again But after a while even impending doom starts to feel ordinary The Japanese Self Defense Forces are still looking for a way to combat the looming alien threat three years after the invasion but so far conventional weapons have had no effect on the mothership Maybe it's time to try something unconventional Meanwhile Kadode Koyama is in high school She and her best friend avidly track the aliens' movements on social media and less enthusiastically study for college entrance exams When the end of the world is overhead you learn to take things one step at a timeIt's just an everyday apocalypse Three years ago the aliens invaded Tokyo Nothing was ever the same again But after a while even impending doom starts to feel ordinary The Japanese Self Defense Forces are still looking for a way to combat the looming alien threat three years after the invasion but so far conventional weapons have had no effect on the mothership Maybe it's time to try something unconventional Meanwhile Kadode Koyama is in high school She and her best friend avidly track the aliens' movements on social media and less enthusiastically study for college entrance exams When the end of the world is overhead you learn to take things one step at a time


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    Reading this I was struck by how it seemed a like a metaphor for climate change this huge thing that hangs over us but mostly people try and ignore it and get on with their lives We see it mostly from the perspective of a group of young women nearing the end of their secondary schooling They live mostly comedic lives in a context of increasing tension and adult irrationality and occasional localised violence I also recognised the situation My secondary school life involved going into Belfast every day from 1970 to 1977 so there's a lot about the story is familiar and perhaps it gives me an appreciation for the dark comedy I sometimes lack Linking these ideas feels like part of an answer to why I haven't done much about climate change I'm hoping facing how my earlier experience has still been affecting me will help me be active now So for me this is art which has led me to re examine my life and has presented me with a challenge to change it I don't know it gets better than this