Sun and Catsby hide in their rooms. Persu's husband cries, but Persu does not. And Houndu tells stories of a much younger Houndu and a much younger Persu: the story of his last date with her. Then the week is over. Catsby faces Sun - and reality.
What has Catsby decided about their love? Who is left standing alone in the playground? The truth is laid bare and all delusions - from selfishness and immaturity to youth itself - are put to rest. In this final volume of The Great Catsby find out who is really the father of Persu's baby, which hearts are broken, and which hearts are made whole.
Story and art by Doha.