Dec 25, 2011
At first the story and art may be kind of plain, but the true treasure in this story comes near the end. There might not be romance, but there definitely is a sense of a deep love that isn't realized until you truly look and consider things. The beauty of the story is in the girl and her relationship with her father. Since it's a one-shot, the story can't possibly convey the characters' personalities, however the author wonderfully expresses one human emotion in the main character, and that and her situation spoke to me deeper than a simple shojo love series. Lastly, this couldn't be
called a good one-shot without making the reader reflect on life and reexamine appearances. (P.S. Loved the metaphors)
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