And so, we come to the end. As one brother flees, one may stay. A meeting is called in Japan to put things to rest. A boy is sent away. A girl walks into a trap. And a journey that began on a fateful...
Kenzo is finally reunited with Yuto, and while he gets some answers, any hopes of a reconciliation are dashed when he finds himself back at square one, still chasing after his brother and mystified ...
The juxtaposition of good and bad; Japanese and English; male and female; are all a joy to behold in a series where one does care about the characters and all their human flaws.
Exceedingly well written; encapsulating both understated Japanese and overpowering English culture. A genuine treasure.
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