Series: Angel Sanctuary
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|The Art of Angel Sancturary: Angel Cage by Kaori Yuki||Artbook|
|The Art of Angel Sanctuary 2: Lost Angel by Kaori Yuki||Artbook|
|The Art of Angel Sanctuary: Angel Cage/Lost Angel by Kaori Yuki||Artbook Set|
|Angel Sanctuary: Angelic Voice by Kaori Yuki||Artbook|
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Setsuna has a bit of a problem that most teenagers don’t have: He’s in love with his sister. However, things only get worse when he and his sister begin to be attacked by things calling themselves Angels, who claim to be after him because apparently he is a reincarnation of one of the most powerful angels ever. Together, he and his sister get pulled into a war between heaven and hell.
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