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The Devil Does Exist, Volume 8 by Mitsuba Takanashi
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Dec 07, 2011

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bookshelves: 2011, manga, taiwanese-drama
Read on December 15, 2011 , read count: 1

Hmm...I don't really have much to say about this volume. It's strange considering so much happened. This is the part of the story in which the big reveal is made. I knew from the way the last one ended (and from the drama) that things weren't going to be all peachy keen. One thing I don't understand is why Kayano ignored it when her mom called on the cell. Sure, it wouldn't solve the problem of her loving her future step-brother, but it would've calmed things down a bit. If she had called and explained what had happened with the visting the graveyard and the storm, the mom wouldn't have jumped to conclusions about the whole 'we visited a hotel' thing. Instead, things quickly escalated, but it was nice to have things out in the open. The dad's reaction was funny because it was exactly what I was thinking...

I for one see no problem with Kayano and Takeru's relationship. Yeah, it sounds a bit icky when you say you're boyfriend is your brother, but it's not like it's by blood. Kayano was so busy trying to think of how to protect her mother's feelings that she wasn't considering how important her relationship with Takeru was. At some point, you should be allowed to be a little selfish. Kayano and Takeru love each other and they shouldn't have to feel bad. You can't help who you fall in love with and they should allowed to be happy.

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