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かわいいひと [Kawaii Hito]

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What would you do if the new kid at school was cold and aloof to everyone else but hated your guts? Chase him down, of course! Even if it seems like your good friend is trying to hook you into a homosexual relationship with this new kid when you're clearly a very straight player-type...
Published 2000 by Tokuma Shoten
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Jul 23, 2016 Monta rated it liked it
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The line between love and hate is very thin. And sometimes hate actually means love. Especially if a person hates another for a small reason or no reason at all. Because feelings so strong as love and hate towards other sometimes get mixed up. There aren't stronger feelings towards other person than love and hate, it just means that a person is really important in a positive or in a negative way.
And this story is about how hate all along was actually love.
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