In a town with nothing, in the middle of a daily life with seemingly no signs of change, high schooler Reiji Kurose was "just" living. Family, dreams for the future, childhood friends. All of them were binding him down to that city. He thought he would "just" keep on living like that. Until he met her. Is there hope in living? Is there light waiting ahead? It's the start of a boy meets girl series which reflects the "now".
I don't really review stories much, but i really really like this story, I'm not into stories with a lot of sex but the visuals and art from this story just hit me. Its tragic. The mc is just a guy trying to get a easy life and live for himself as greedy as it sounds but he's being held down by a lot of things, knowing nearly everyone in this town is in pain hurts, lover's abyss is something really special to me right now, its just an empty void to release everything and disappear into. I'm in love with this story so far. I just think its an underrated gem as dumb as it looks from the outside.
this manga is INSANE the plot twist are everywhere, Each chapter just gets deeper and deeper, and i love that about this manga. keep in mind theres alot of mature content in this manga and definetly not for the weak of heart. there are some plot holes i do have to say that but otherwise the author made the story super clear to understand, the mystery part is probably my favorite the characters are so well writen and the past of the characters while it gets revelied is also great. its so depressing and you have to prepare yourself before you read this. this is just an emotional rollercoaster plain and simple this manga is insane SPOILERS is there ntr?, yes (but for this manga ntr is somewhat acceptable) is there rape?, no not as of right now (when i made this review it was at 51 chapters)
A cheap and shallow contrived drama lacking in substance. Avoid if you were hoping for something that explores "mature themes" maturely. This is a mockery for pure entertainment purposes, baiting the audience with lazily-written, but nonetheless effective antics for our continued subscription. The author fails to demonstrate any careful consideration for or understanding of the main subjects presented.
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