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Angel Sanctuary Vol. 4: Nary An Angel/Setsuna In Hades

Angel Sanctuary Volume 4

Nary An Angel/Setsuna In Hades
Sara, Setsuna's beloved sister, is dead, and Tokyo is an instant away from being utterly destroyed--and this chapter of Setsuna's life is just beginning. Meanwhile, the worst angel in the nine spheres is about to make a power grab and take control of heaven!
Kaori Yuki
202 Pages
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Angel Sanctuary Vol. 5: Angelfood Boy/The Path to Hell

Angelfood Boy/The Path to Hell

Angel Sanctuary Vol. 5

Setsuna has seven days to find his beloved sister Sara in the afterlife, and the first stop is to find the Guardian of the Hellgate--a being any normal person would avoid! Kato, an old enemy of Setsuna's, is now his only companion, but Kato has a history of being manipulated in life. Now that he's dead at the hands of Setsuna himself, just how far can he be trusted?
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