To find the end of the sky and sea, we went on a journey aboard the flying island Isla. A boy who lost everything in the revolution. The lonely girl who calls the wind, who became the revolution's symbol. The young pilots set out aboard the flying island Isla to find the end of the sky. Friendship, love, adventure... and each of them have something they want to protect. An epic story of love and dogfights begins now.
Island of New Journeys
Cadoques High, Aerial Division
The Wind Revolution
Sea of Stars
The Girl Who Calls the Wind
The Holy Spring
A Glorious Death
The Name of the Bird
Skies of Courage
The End of the Sky
The story for this anime was incredibly satisfying. It wasn't just a stereotypical love story that followed the same predictable patterns. There were plot twists and each character really makes huge personal improvements. From episode 8 and onwards I was nearly in tears during every episode and the ending was amongst the most satisfying endings to any romance anime I've watched in awhile. I will say though that the first two episodes are a bit dense to get through and it'll lose many people's intrest. However, it really does get better after those episodes.
I checked back here to mark off completion and saw that this was from 2014. I didn't expect that at all. I'm not sure how I missed this one for so long. Watch it.
My anime reviews are always simple, short and straight-forward and is 100% spoilers-free.Genres: Adventure, Drama, Fantasy, Romance, Additional Info: Expect the unexpected or you'll be gunned down by an AEG C.IV Figher plane.Ending Rating: 88%Short Review: To Aru Hikuushi e no Koiuta or The Pilot's Love Song is a good anime. The mixture of action and drama are really well done inside the anime. With some romance to let your heart skip a bit. To Aru Hikuushi e no Koiuta is worth your time and a space on your list.
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