My understanding of english is as good as a five year old kid's dominion over the understanding of nuclear physics (if such thing exists, find another example), but I'll try to express myself as well as possible. The idea of mixing fantastic creatures, as demons, and our world, is one I find very difficult to achieve; everyone has different ideas about this modern fantasy, for it is necessary to be absolutely neutral when judging; again, but now with my inexperience in literature, I have to say that it is a beautiful start to something much bigger. The story starts slow, as many do, with a prologue to introduce us to a protagonist that happens to represent the good side of a world that doesn't have it; praise whatever the god/goddess you praise, that this happens in somewhere else than the USA and has some touches of the manga/anime culture (I hope I'm not blewing it when thinking that "YYH" goes for "Yu Yu Hakusho"), that some fanatics of those will like to see. Though not comic, it shows the tender side that can make us cry, very quickly, in an apparent rush, but satisfying due to the whole story. Along with the music provided in the description (George Winston's "Alone") it is heartbreaking: the tear that tears you apart.