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+Anima 8 by Natsumi Mukai
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In truth, I wasn't terribly surprised by the revelations about Husky's past. He acts too haughty not to be some kind of noble. I was shocked and disappointed with how his mother and father treated him. I guess I can understand from the point of view of their culture, but still I can't imagine disowning a son for being different. +Anima aren't monsters (some of them are bad people, but that's true of any group). The biggest problem I had was that Husky didn't reveal what happened to anyone. Maybe he was protecting his half-brother, but I still would have said something.

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