“Depending on who you place in the same situation, the characteristics of said incident change kaleidoscopically. In other words, there is one incident. However, there are as many stories explaining it as there are people involved in it.”
I’m suddenly laughing so hard at how the cover of the first Baccano novel tried so, so hard to pass Miria off as mysterious or even threatening.
Look at that face. Half-lidded eyes, just-killed-a-man red lipstick on a smug, knowing smirk tossed over her shoulder. That face is up to something diabolical. Plotting something, scheming. Probably knows a dozen things you don’t know. Definitely does not have your best interests at heart.
But it’s, like. Miria.
The woman where you find out in the first three pages that 99.9% of her personality is just