It sits there on the counter, quiet and contemplative. Who knew rice cookers could be so vengeful?
Ryu must decide whether to stay or leave The Chef’s kitchen, so he turns to an unlikely ally for help.
Genre: Magical Realism / Paranormal & Urban Fantasy / Coming of Age
Series/Book Number: Kami No Sekai / Story 1
Rating: Rated PG-13 for language
Publishing Date: March 20, 2015
“The idea of a vengeful rice cooker is fun enough as a concept, but Pajonas’ execution and follow-through of the story bring it to life — almost literally. The story will have readers looking at everything around them differently, wondering about the gods living in them and the spirits inhabiting them.” – Northwest Asian Weekly
“The main characters (and yes, I consider the rice cooker a character) were likable, and the plot was immediately interesting. It was light, unique, and a nice little story. If you’re looking for something different, I highly recommend you check this out!” – Brianna, Biblio Belles
“I loved this little short story about the revengeful Rice Cooker. It is fun and put a smile on my face, it’s one of those books that made me happy just because it’s such a fun book. Both the Rice Cooker and Ryu are interesting characters and I liked following their story and seeing them become friends. It thought it was fun we got the perspective of the Rice Cooker as well. And I can’t wait to read the next short stories in this series!” – Lola, Lola’s Reviews
“This was such a great little story. I’ve read the author’s previous work and this was completely different! It was not at all what I expected. It was hilarious and fun, quirky and original. I didn’t fully realize that the rice cooker would actually be a main character, but it totally works! Very well executed. If you’re looking for a quick, fun read, I highly recommend this one.” – Laura Taylor “bookgrl”, Amazon Customer
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