The sickness unto death is what Kierkegaard calls despair, and despair is manifested in form of a young woman named Emiru. Emiru is a beautiful young woman from a rich family and with plenty to aspire to. Unfortunately, she is consumed with grief. She does not align herself with God or God's plan for her and needs guidance. When she meets a young psychology student named Futaba she gives herself to him. In this way she loses herself to him.
TL;DR - The premise was interesting, but the execution didn't quite live up to it... ***Spoilers follow*** Story - 5/10 So... you start off reading this with kind of an idea of what to expect. He's a psychology major, so you can infer that there's going to be some component to this which will either try to mess with your head or try to make you think. This does end up happening, but the execution of... read more