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Description
Rino hates dogs, and is afraid of them. One full moon night, she finds out that her crush, Misaki, is really a werewolf. And that same night nearby, a janitor was found dead and covered with marks from claws and teeth.

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Oneshot (Complete)

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Average: 6.8 / 10.0 (65 votes)
Bayesian Average: 6.82 / 10.0
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Last Updated
May 24th 2012, 2:55am PST


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Activity Stats (vs. other series)
Weekly Pos #1109 increased(+243)
Monthly Pos #2393 increased(+369)
3 Month Pos #3397 increased(+1177)
6 Month Pos #5669 increased(+176)

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On 29 reading lists
On 57 wish lists
On 335 completed lists
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Orly. Yarly.   
Rating: 6.0 / 10.0
by Disremembrance
May 24th, 2012, 2:47am
While I was reading this, I often got the feeling like something was missing - maybe parts were cut out to make the story shorter or to fit a certain page limit is what I've assumed. You probably wouldn't notice this if you weren't paying very close attention, or are okay with scenes missing that usually give deeper insight into the plot.

I like the basic plot of the story, though just like many oneshots give off the same feeling, the story felt too rushed for me. I would have enjoyed a more extended story if it was possible. I'd also like to note that though this is actually a Japanese manga, the scanlation I read was read left-to-right; usually like most Korean manhwas are.

Honestly, I read this story because I've become fascinated with Werewolf romance stories online - the type someone can usually find in a (not manga/comics) reading community under the Genre Werewolf online these days. This didn't feed into my love for the concept, so I was disappointed somewhat.

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I was also annoyed that throughout the whole story, the Female Protagonist was scared of dogs, and even in the end didn't get over her phobia - even though the Male Protagonist (also her love interest) was part wolf... =~=


I rated the story thus because it was neither horrible nor incredibly interesting to me.

Breaking the Fourth Wall - The most this happens is near the beginning of the oneshot when the Female Protagonist complains jokingly about the mangaka making the story into a tragedy, so it isn't as off-putting as I thought it might be.

... Last updated on May 24th, 2012, 2:58am
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