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Release FrequencyEvery 2000 Day(s)
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Monthly Rank: #2000
All Time Rank: #5504
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A high school student suddenly finds herself with a condition by the name of ‘Absolute Order’ where she is forced to listen to the voice in her head.
It is a voice that attacks regardless of one’s will, rendering them unable to disobey its orders.
However, it is a voice that cannot be heard by others, a voice that only oneself can hear.
What is the difference between that and one’s own will?
If they think that they dislike it, that is merely because such a thing is shameful.
In the depths of their heart, they seek that voice.
The voice that pulls out one’s real intentions is not a sickness, but one’s own heart.
A voice that makes one honest to one’s heart. Is it good? Or is it bad?
The one who thinks of the path of pleasure is oneself. The one who thinks of the path of shame is also oneself.
After all, the only one to decide one’s path is oneself.
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