Sato’s bitten. Samuel T. Owen is in the building. The Battle of Forge Safety, which began when demi-humans who aim to upend Japanese society waltzed into an ambush set by those who would deny them the pleasure, reaches its crescendo and conclusion in this volume.
How do you neutralize, for good, a master tactician who literally won’t die? His opposite number in cold calculating genius, our boy anti-hero, thinks he has a plan. It involves a squad of elite soldiers, a hole dug in the ground, and just a tiny window of time.
For his ultimate “wave” Sato has taken on Iruma Base, the hardest of hard targets, while the Prime Minister is onsite. The unexpected grit of Japanís Self-Defense Forces delights him to no end. Having fallen out with his right-hand man Tanaka, however, may come back to bite the jolly ex-marine.
High school student Kei Nagai is killed in a traffic accident, but immediately revives to learn that he may not be a human after all. Instead, he may be a Demi-Human, a mysterious and almost immortal being blessed with amazing super-human abilities. Scared, he runs away and is aided in his escape by his friend Kai. Unfortunately for Kei, the manhunt is on, and he will soon be caught up in a conflict between mankind and the other Demi-Humans.