14 Aug 2019
“They seemed to buy the excuse but, Bakugou knew better. He was smarter that way. Bakugou was always smart he had to be to survive. They don’t sell happiness at pharmacies.”
It’s a usually routine with them, really. They yell and scream and hit and scratch and at some point when she gets tired, Bakugou gets thrown out the house. It’s like they’re following a script — that is until Aizawa comes in a rewrites it.
Bakugou Katsuki isn’t the type to seem he like he has anything wrong with his life. If he did, most people thought he’d just explode his problems away like the firework he is. Until, one night after being thrown out his house, his teacher almost runs over Bakugou attempting to go home. It isn’t until then when people learn that Bakugou has many problems; many in which they start at home.
This is not a fun story.
A coming of age story that revolves around child abuse. Rated because of the things that happen to my son when he was younger.
- Part 1 of Shakespeare’s Script