Once again, spoilers lurk beyond this point, especially in the
story-specific sections. You've been warned.
On 'Imouto and Oniisan'
- imouto: 'little sister'
- oniisan: 'big brother'
- The affix kun (as in 'Hiromi-kun') is a form of address that's
not quite polite, not quite intimate, but somewhere in between. The best
way to describe it would be 'casual', I suppose. More than an acquaintance
and less than a significant other.
- No, I still don't know what Taka's parents do for a living. And I don't
think we're supposed to ask.
- Suggested CD tracks:
'Our Album', to start off with.
'For You' (music box version) when Taka imagines Kana in her room.
Back to 'Our Album' when Taka's mother shows up.
'Sacrifice' when Taka yells, "It's none of your business!"
'A Melancholy Reason' when Taka says, "I love her."
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