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Rebirth In Hunter X Hunter

Rebirth In Hunter X Hunter

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Zia By AriaNeesan Updated Nov 03, 2016

A fifteen year old Kuroi Akuma had been an orphan eversince she was born. Her parents died due to an accident and she was being adopted by a rich family at the age of three.

The family that adopted her was abusing her, every day and night, every hour, minute and second. The mother would use a kitchen knife and started to carve words on Akuma's body, the father would beat her using a bat, a whip or maybe a belt, the brother would make her clean his room while the sister made her clean the laundry.

They were a bunch of monster and Akuma couldn't help but feel pain every single day. When they stopped beating her up during mid-night, she would clean her wounds and stayed at the corner of her room as she waited for the sun to raise up. Akuma couldn't sleep because she knew too well that her siblings would bring a dozens of bucket filled with cold water and poured it on her. So Akuma didn't sleep for nine years and had insomnia.

But then, her life changes...

©Copyrighted AriaNeesan 2015

And this, kids, is how you get diabeties.(Not trying to be offensive)
MoonAngelDJ MoonAngelDJ Oct 01, 2016
The most is 11days! Unless you have been drinking red bull or tea or coffee out anything that had caffeine in it everyday
sebyluver sebyluver Sep 07, 2016
If it was me and he said 
                              "You are my sibling and you belong in the world of Hunter x hunter!" 
                              I would of been like "shut up take me there now."
                              "No shut up and take me there now."
- - Nov 07, 2016
I can do that for 2 to 3 days it's a A requirement for an otaku
BleachItBlack BleachItBlack Sep 17, 2016
I've gone a week without sleeping but 9 years? How do yo- you know what nevermind. It's a fanfic. Anything goes.
Kitcc14 Kitcc14 Feb 05
I've actually never watched Katekyo Hitman Reborn before, is it good?