In the town that Takada Chinatsu moved to, there's a legend about demons called Tsumitsuki that possess the feelings of guilt a person has over their sins. Those who are possessed are slowly devoured, body and mind, as the demon manifests. As one of Takada's friends starts acting strangely, her classmate Kuroe steps in to help... but his true motives are hidden behind a mask.
I'm torn about this series. On the one hand, the premise is awesome, but frankly the execution did not do it justice. It was still pretty great, but it could have been better. The story involves a school where those who sin become demon-like creatures. A boy hunts them, but he is not quite as kind as he first appears. See? Awesome sounding plot, right? The main character is also quite intriguing, maybe not the most original in this scenario but still a good enough character. The problem is with the rest of the characters, who are beyond bland, and the execution of the story, which just seemed to let it down. Still, I gave it a 7/10 overall because I did still enjoy it, and frankly I loved the premise and main character enough that I just about ignored the rest of it. So. should you read it? If you want something short and with a good concept, then yes. If you want a well executed story with a wide selection of good characters, then no. It's certainly something I can say I enjoyed, but the actual quality of it leaves quite a bit to be desired. Review for November 2016 DMMC
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