Taeyi hears a familiar melody fill the empty halls and makes his way to the old music room. He knows his brother is dead, but he can’t help but hope, maybe, just maybe...it’s his brother playing his favorite song. When he slams open the door, however, he finds Seheon, the new transfer student, at the piano. Disappointment comes crashing down and Taeyi can’t control his anger. How dare Seheon play his brother’s song? How dare he smile? How dare he say he loves jazz? “If I ever catch you playing the piano again...that’ll be the end of you.”
Ok, I'm not an expert on art. I do know the art isn't made by a toddler so I'm just leaving a 10. Taeyi is in the same class as the new student Sehoen. Sehoen is sweet while Taeyi is the oppositr. Both of them though is quiet an shave a love for music. Taeyi one day see Sehoen playing, and yells at him to stop. Confused, Sehoen decided to get to know Taeyi and find out why. Right now, besides the main chairacters, there's a friend, a music teacher, and two siblings. Others aren't really needed, but there is like no other characters. If the author wants the readers to feel like it's just some characters in the entire deserted world, it's going very well. So far, the antagonist is just making pushing the relationship further along. The other characters are fine since they aren't really needed, but it's too much of a "deserted" school. I just don't like that type of style. I understand Taeyi (so will you), yet I don't understand his actions. If you're mad with a reason, then tell the other person. Taeyi is really mean to Seheon (expert at piano in my non-pianlist eyes) in the beginning and middle. There was a lot of rude things Taeyi said and did. Though the author should at least have Taeyi explain why, and not only in flashbacks. He starts to warm up luckily, but only to Sehoen. <_> Not much change really. Seheon really doesn't need a flashback except about how he learned piano. Unless there's a plot due to it, it's not going to happen. The antagonist also has one, buys its shown after the conflict between him and Taeyi ends. Hopefully there's going to be more to this story of something because it feels slow and short right now. Basically, I don't like the deserted planet, and Taeyi's rudeness/actions without explaination. The story so far is really good and there's only the two issues I have with it. The pace is slow, but it's a sweet story so it's fine. If you're wanting action and "stuff", then this is definitely not the book for you. (Well obviously there's kissings.) I like action, but I also like well written romances. (There is literally no major plots, just obstacles!)
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