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When I first heard about this anime from a friend, she told me everything about this one. But after seeing the preview, I thought to myself if it was good enough to collect it, and it was. But when I bought the first 3 volumes on DVD, it was amazing. I know it's very hard for Sora to focus on her goal. All she's got to do is believe in herself and she can do anything that her heart tells her to do. What this show really shows us is that we can have a great dream like Sora did. She has the courage to be what she wants to be, and always has her friends to watch her back and help her through tough times. I know the show will get more interesting after I collect the other volumes on DVD. And it was cool for Tiffany Grant to play the roles of Charlotte and Jonathan the seal. So in closing, own this one on DVD. You will see what I mean.
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