Wow, this series was certainly interesting. I wasnâ€™t even going to watch it at first because when I heard the synopsis I thought it wouldnâ€™t be interesting at all. After all, itâ€™s just some girl delivering mail from dead people? I thought it would be full of happy go lucky moments, super sweet and charming things where someone gets a letter from their dead lover or child and so on. However I was extremely wrong.
This show dealt with extremely serious topics. I mean, I questioned at times whether or not murder was justified, for an anime to do that is pretty big. This wasnâ€™t just some useless fluffy series, it dealt with real topics in morality and some situations that could really happen.
As for the actual conclusion, Iâ€™m still a bit confused as to what to think. Overall I did find the encompassing story involving Fumika and Mikawa interesting. Although the show really shined when it dealt with some other things, I still loved the Chiaki episode despite disliking her character until then, but the encompassing story was somewhat interesting. I do have to admit I thought it would end a bit differently, having them be absorbed into one but the way it ended seemed to work. Iâ€™m just confused as to if the one remains a mail carrier, and if Kaname gets any kind of romantic conclusion. But overall the encompassing story about Fumi and Mika was good, but not where the show shined the most.