The tragedies continue in the fourth volume of the Bride of Deimos. In the first chapter, Minako is transported back to the time of the Gods and through the eyes of Venus; she serves as a witness to a couple's betrayal. And where adulterous deities travel, chaos is sure to follow. A severed hand, a ghost looking for love and a tragic tale of a murder are awaiting Minako and her teacher when they are forced to seek shelter at an old mansion, in Chapter 2. What do the death of one fellow student and the arrival of a bloodthirsty newcomer have in common?
This was a very good book that shows love, sorrow, and the tradgeies of some lives.