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Koizumi Kanna is infatuated with the man who came to the restaurant she works at and ordered a burger with no onions. Little does she know, Toujou Ren is interested in her as well, but for a different reason. Kanna just so happens to be the mirror image of a woman he knew a very long time ago. It is for that reason that he saves her when she nearly dies in a car accident. But the life he gives Kanna is far different from the one she lived before, and she's not certain it's the kind she wants...
Если ты хочешь вырваться из этого мира おまえが世界をこわしたいなら 吸血少女 If You Wanna Destroy the World If You Want to Destroy the World Omae ga Sekai wo Kowashitai nara Vampire Girl
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Left me confused a bit
Very intense good read.. But the rushed part of it made me feel confused about why they built it up like that just to cut it short so easily.
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he loved the other her for so long that it's no wonder he saved her. Then kept her.. Just to have such a backwards ending
This author always be able to catch my eyes with such flawless style of art, not just this specific manga. But, even though I like tragedy, this manga left me with a sad and frustrated feeling, felt like I was so helpless to their sorrows. .....that part when the kid (oh may I say God) was playing with the ball which represents for the fate of Ren and Cecil was a little strange for a vampire manga and quite enjoyable, but, still... Don't you think you should give them a chance? So many times, for all the tears and blood they shed, for all what they've been through.. A little chance couldn't be that much of an ask right?
Nice art, story can be better
What save this manga from a bad rating is the art, which is gorgeous in its simplicity and subtle use of tone. The characters always look beautiful but kind of sickly, which enhances the effect of vampirism. While the storytelling is not bad, the pacing is a little off. Frankly, it rushes to the end so quickly that the readers can hardly understand what has happened. There is very little character development, being a 3-volume series. I guess I would recommend this series because the subdued art is too nice to pass up, but don't have too much expectations for it. If you get confused near the end, just know you're not the only one. I'm going to reread this series during my winter break and can, hopefully, understand the ending.
... Last updated on November 15th, 2012, 8:16pm
The reviews pretty much say what I want to say, so I'll just add a couple summarizing thoughts...
Fascinating ideas were presented, but the execution was variable. It was hard to understand what was going on until I completed the entire story both in the art and in the dialogue. I'd say sticking with it until the end may clear up some confusion. I suppose that this story wouldn't need to be much longer at all, but rather should be cleaned up to present what's important in a clear manner (although I can't do anything about that, of course).
I must say though, I'm impressed with the lingering feeling I have - I feel this indescribable lurch inside me concerning the overall theme of the story, and that proves (to me, at least) that there's this raw intensity there, despite it's variable presentation. Definitely a tragedy, in the end.
Absolutely beautiful, considering the fact that I hate vampire stories.
The romance was tastefully done, in my opinion. At first, I thought it was going to be another Twilight but with more angst (prejudiced, I know). I had low expectations. I was in for reading the story more for its horror aspect than anything else. The symbolism enhanced the plot which in turn enhanced the romance. A very thematic story about destiny. I absolutely recommend this! The symbolism may be confusing to some, but pause the page-skipping and think about why the mangaka put that particular aspect into the story. Everything makes sense. Every little thing. I felt like crying because of how well she tied everything together yet left it to the overarching meaning/message/theme she tried to convey. Well-written, well-drawn...you must give it a try. Don't skip any pages!
... Last updated on April 6th, 2012, 5:17pm
Interesting Yet Rushed
The First 10 chapters/Stories where pretty good, but once things started to really open up boom the end. I Would say read this i really liked it even tho it was rushed in the end. Really wish it had time to really play itself out properly tho. I say its an an 8, because of the approach and the elements. Loved the simplistic beautiful art. Took away two points for sudden ending. I will say that i was not left with a wanting feeling that other open ended stories tend to live you with.
Complex yet rushed
I won't get too into the plot many reviewers already have but I just wanted to give my opinion. Like many I was intrigued by the aspect of the beginning of this manga, the budding romance and the vampire elements. I also thought the added mystery aspect was really interesting and when explored was quite interesting
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a serial killer imitating vampires was quite a dark turn for this already dark and serious mange
this hints at our leads pasts was also really interesting. But like many the ending seemed just kind of wrong...there was no real indication of the plot heading into this strange reincarnation territory, but what was more confusing was the
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introduction of gods and the worlds they create, strangely religious for a manga about vampires
I think that the manga-ka bit off a little more than she may have planned and got too wrapped up in the many ideas she had thought up while creating the manga, it almost seemed like she had no firm plan on how she wanted to end the manga. Further more I think she thought she might not get another serial after this and so threw all the elements she could on her canvas. Had she maybe had more time or volumes then maybe this manga would have a more coherent ending. Still I thought and still think the manga holds its own in the elements it has, beautiful art, interesting and complex characters but ultimately being a bit more daring than other manga's of a similar target audience.
... Last updated on December 19th, 2011, 9:22pm
Recommend it, but I personally don't like it.
The first 10 chapters had me pumped. As in "YEAH THIS IS GONNA BE SO AMAZING." I really enjoyed the whole vampire thing. I rather liked how she was kind of reluctant to drink blood and once she was used to it, she tried to do it by herself without any help (which didn't go as smoothly as planned).
Once I got to chapter 14, I was like "...ehhh...." I rather disliked the reincarnation part. I mean...vampires AND reincarnations in one manga? That's hard to control.
Then came chapter 16, and then the series just...disappointed me. Such a shame that it was a let down SO close to the end. And the ending was just...wow.
It's not so much that this manga was "terrible" in anyway, but more like...poorly executed.
It was a pretty good read overall. It was different from the usual. Unfortunately, it was TOO different for me, personally, which is why I gave it a low rating.
I'm more of a "happy shoujo" reader, so reading this manga was just too confusing for me.
hmmmm...okay...so i finished...
i spent 85% of this manga confused...it was slow going i mean Maria and Lui were the best characters in the whole thing...but Ren and Kanna
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were annoying as crap....the art was pretty though...not that that makes up for anything....i hate predetermined fate...i mean ccome on...give 'em a chance....and the kid playing with the ball? WTH? it was a good time waster between my paper for Lit class and reading my Psychology book...but eh not to my taste....
THis was a freaking amazing plot! In the end I was just blown away and this is definitely not your typical romance. Even though the ending was tragic I like how it was like a game of tag and they seem to have the ending w/ each other no matter what. And yep there's depth in this series, which i appreciate! Love it even for a tragic ending!