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At long last, ch4 is out!
This time, we get to see more of aozorize's character, Zhen, and the real plot is revealed. What will happen to Sen and Kai? You'll just have to wait and see in Ch5
Next part is the Ch4 Extra
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What?! So Kai has no idea his father’s partially responsible for Sen’s abuse? O.O Think about it…Kai's going to transfer to a place with blue skies…and Sen's real mother went to a place with stars. So are they near each other? I hope to see more of Kai. Sen won't survive well without him.
This is truly beautiful.
Thank you, most people don't realize why these corrupt companies are high in demand and still functioning. Thank you for opening our eyes to the real facts and to pull our heads from the clouds once in a while rather than be hopeless idiots that listen to mass media. Everyone states that global warming is bad and chemicals shouldn't be dumped in rivers and such, but they fail to realize the other people they put at stake when doing that.
I hope you continue the series, it is a very depressing ending yet realist, but i still hold for some consolable actions that could make this a bit better.
I'm with Zhen on this one. It's better to stop the dreams of those who are ignorant early, before they ruin their lives with their heads in the clouds.
I am so glad to have started reading this series, and that the creator Yuumei put so much effort forth in creating it and sharing it with everyone.
I STILL SHIPPING THEM THO
I remember when I was five, and my teacher told up to draw a picture. And to demonstrate, she showed us a picture, clumsily drawn in crayon, showing a happy stick-figure family holding hands under a blue sky, standing in a meadow of tall green grass. The rest of my class nodded and got straight to work, starting their pictures. But I was the only one who raised my hand and asked the teacher: "Why is the sky blue? Isn't it gray?"
The teacher didn't answer.
That night, I looked up to the sky, and I didn't see any stars either. All I could see were the blinking red lights at the top of the skyscrapers.
And I asked my mother if stars blinked.
She said "No."
The thing is, until that night, I had always thought stars were red.