The short work found here is a quaint, sweet piece with a dark spin. We've seen this trope before: a poor hero takes pity on his/her fellow civilians. However, "Street Code" takes it to a new level by adding ghosts.
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I found the fast pace to be absorbing, but yearned to hear what was left behind. The author refers to the robbery of a bank, but does not actually transport us to the location. As a teaser, this chapter works, yet I crave the substance that would make the events of the current piece meaningful.
I am also unsure of the amount of technical skill this writer has. Repetitive phrases, strange imagery, and odd word choice made reading difficult. "Baubles" especially threw me, as the connotation indicates a mundane or useless item.
The concept, though, seems solid, and, much like "The Sixth Sense," I find myself wanting Jadestreak to continue his good work with the deceased and living alike.