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  • Not your typical romance

    "The Thing about love is when we think it's been betrayed, the hurt can make us blind." [Aisuru] After the death of her parents [an incident that caused Sakura to suffer severe organ damage], and her guardian, Sakura is left to live on her own. Knowing the fact that she too, will die soon, Sakura alienates herself from any form of relationship - allowing her to leave as little an impact on people when she does succumb. In another world, Kazuki receives a letter to meet his brother at his mother's grave. When he arrives, Kazuki is brutally attacked - barely managing to escape with his life. When Kazuki regains consciousness, he is greeted by Sakura and the human world. I must admit, I was taken by surprise with this novel - Aisuru is not a novel that I would have chosen for myself, had I seen it in a bookstore. The plot is quite unlike any other romance I have read. I loved that it contained romance, humour, fantasy, and a hint of mystery regarding Kazuki and his brother. My only nitpick with the plot was that I felt the circumstances of Sakura's illness a bit farfetched. I adored the characters Anma Natsu has created - I felt that the main characters were sweet, and easy for readers to connect to. I believe that whilst many aspects of this novel were purely fantastical, that Kazuki's wish for Sakura to live was very real - as was Sakura's wish to distance herself to keep from hurting everyone around her. In terms of the setting, Japan was an amazing choice. Whilst reading, the reader picks up an introductory insight into the culture of Japan [even learning a few of the words - aided by Natsu's footnotes]. Ultimately, Aisuru is a gorgeous story with an equally gorgeous cover. Without a doubt, I can picture this novel as a animated movie [or Anime in Japan]. The Characters were wonderful, the plot was wonderful, and the setting was wonderful - my biggest problem was that it came to an end. I hope that the author plans to write more in the future - I want to know what the future has in store for our two paranormal lovers.

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