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Type: Doujinshi
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 1
Status: Finished
Published: 1995
Authors: Yuki, Kaori (Story & Art)
Serialization: None


Score: 6.741 (scored by 1942 users)
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Ranked: #109452
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Popularity: #1993
Members: 3,212
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DoujinshiYuki, Kaori (Story & Art)
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A young man reads the suicide note from his deceased sister...


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Jul 6, 2009
The forbidden desire of loving oneself beyond all others...

A curious, dark one-shot that I'm still puzzling my head over. On the outside it begins with a brother reading the suicide letter of his sister. Throughout its course, our belief about what this story really is about changes dramatically. Whatever your original impression may be, several plot twists reveal the reality of the matter. We are slowly drawn into the cruel world of this brother and sister. Their names are never revealed.

The dark, gothic nature of the art befits the themes of this one-shot. The silhouette of trees is beautifully drawn as is the sister's long, read more
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Jul 4, 2009
Very very very short manga that keeps you captivated during the full...16 pages ^^
The art is something that's worth looking at and the story is one full of pain and regrets but that's the reality of things.

The characters are not described or shown but you know their whole lives by reading 16 pages. I think that that is something that's near impossible.
A must-read.
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Feb 4, 2013
This one-shot is far better than many long manga I have read, the character development and story portrayed in the short 16 pages really show the ability of the writer. This is based off of a song from the Japanese Rock band 'Buck-Tick' of the same name and it shows just how far some people would go to be with one person above all else. The art is great, the story is fantastic and amazingly fleshed out for 16 pages, and the overall the manga is a must-read. Highly recommended.
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