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Suppose there is a fantasy-driven universe? It is a stupidity where people and their toy continue to survive long after leaving the hard reality..... and what if the doors between this and the hard reality have been burst? Touching, crude and witty in the right way, The Land of Neverendings is a lurid venture, but it also gives an accurate account of sorrow for young people and shows us that although sorrow does indeed exisit in the whole wide universe, it doesn't have to erase luck or stupidity, even if you lost someone you like.
Touching, crude and witty in the right way, The Land of Neverendings is a lurid venture, but it also gives an accurate account of sorrow for young people and shows us that although sorrow exists in the whole wide universe, it doesn't have to wipe out luck or stupidity even if you lost someone you like.