I know what I signed up for when I heard the title but on the contrary the cover looks pretty tamed that's how I got into it. Turns out it's just another cluster of knockoff regurgitated ideas from Killing Stalking, Warehouse, and False memories.
The root causes for the characters' behaviours are shallow, Gyuh-wool's just another cheap psycho stalker whose reason for this obsessiveness is his *ahem* love-deprived childhood. He's also gifted with incredible psycho stamina (ie: leg strength) that could pounce on you even after getting thrusted with a knife several times.
In this world, money also seems to be the most effective asset for moral corruption since: ya can use it on a thug starving for money (typical, yes), a dad who easily believes in the existence of dubious organisations meant for "socialising" (how naive), hiring an unfeeling sushi chef (that could still retain a blank expression after gazing at food sex), and bribing the court to get you released from custody (ok I lost hope on this one) for the sake of an ending that should stick close to its title.
I was gonna give it a 3 but I added a 0.5 because the conveyor belt sushi snac scene is sexy in its own right IF written in a standalone style and not misplaced in this story.
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