At the first look, Raphael is just a simple philosophy student. But if you look closer, you're going to see that he's about to be swallowed by the darkness from inside.
Ruled by the hatred for the people who forgot what morality and ethics once were, Raphael decides to change this world. Convinced that the words are useless in an era where no one is listening, he finds a less philosophical way to do his job. However, as the Law of equivalent exchange says, everything has a price, and soon Raphael understands what is the price he must pay.
Written as a diary, this book tells the story of a young man from the moment he was “born” to the moment he lost his purpose.