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Beautiful Days  
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A collection of stories:

1) Beautiful Days
Asahi was taken under the care of Natsume when he was nine after his mother left him. Natsume has a penchant for taking in abandoned pets, and bringing lovers home as well. Asahi finds his feelings for Natsume growing by day, but his love appears to linger on a one-way street, unanswered.

2) Beautiful Sunday

3-4) Beautiful Life

5) Another Life

6) Kyou Anata ni Wakare wo Tsugemasu
In this tale of broken hearts and deception, three young men are caught in the protagonist's web of revenge. Will the unknowing victims be consumed or is it the weaver of the web who will face the final retribution?
- Blissful Sin

7) Ashita Kimi ni Ai wo Sasayaku
Years after a personal tragedy struck his life, Mei struggles to deal with its implications as an innocent bystander is sucked into his tangled web. Told from Mei's point of view, this story falls some time before the conclusion of its prequel, Kyou Anata ni Wakare wo Tsugemasu.
- Blissful Sin

8) Yesterday We Will Embrace Our Sins
The conclusion to the heartbreaking love tale of deception between Misato, Mei and Satoshi, told from Satoshi's point of view.


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Associated Names
ビューティフル デイズ
美丽人生 (Madarame Hiro)
Ashita Kimi ni Ai wo Sasayaku
Kyou Anata ni Wakare wo Tsugemasu

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Latest Release(s)
v.1 c.3-5 (end) by Blissful Sin (297d ago)
v.1 c.1-2 & 8 by Blissful Sin & Girls' Generation Scanlations (311d ago)
c.Oneshot by Blissful Sin (1635d ago)
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1 Volume (Complete)

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Average: 7.8 / 10.0 (86 votes)
Bayesian Average: 7.51 / 10.0
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Last Updated
September 17th 2015, 6:30am PST



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what a delightfull angst   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by kidoraku
December 28th, 2014, 2:51pm
One of the top quality yaoi, there is a lot to read, maybe you noticed that this mangaka's style of writing is more like a novel, so you'll need some more spare time to finish this work. There's a solid plot, twists and such, all you need to enjoy a good story. Characters with complicated love lifes, I'm not sure if I like or hate or pity them... It is rather dark story, full of angst, I like this type the best, so it's made to my liking ^^ The art - scratchy, but decent. Very unique, mangaka's evaluative mark. Just read it, it's worth all your time and attention. I really like it.

One more thing - be patient and attentive, cause dialogues are a bit messy, so be careful to not loose the thread. It may take some time to find it if you loose it and really piss you off.
Highly recommended.

... Last updated on December 28th, 2014, 2:53pm
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Mmm... analysis below.   
Rating: N/A
by Dagorkitty
December 17th, 2014, 10:56pm
I don't know where to start. I read "Kyou Anata ni Wakare o Tsugemasu" and "Ashita Kimi ni Ai wo Sasayaku" some years ago, and I cried like a baby. Still today I feel anxious when I remember the story, or more exactly the feelings I had when I read it. The first time I read the second part I though I understood it, but I didn't. The second and third times I read it (because I could not believe that it was that fr**king sad), I almost completely understood the story, which left me feeling less depressed. And now, when I read it nearly three years later, I believe I fully comprehended Mei's convoluted thought process, and I'm happy with what I got. I'm satisfied with the final resolution of the story, even if it's only the promise of a happy future.

Ok, now that I've taken that out of the way, because three years was too long, I can get to the main story. First of all, I'm really happy that Blissful Sin scanlated it. The story in itself was rather good, though I felt it paled a tiny bit in comparison to the other story, perhaps because of my lingering feeling for it. It's more similar to Scarlet than to the rest of her stories, that have less angst.
My only complain is that I wish that
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Natsume had realised the true depth of the pain he was causing Asahi, that had me feeling a bit unsatisfied.
Apart from that I liked it quite a lot. I do realize I must be a bit of a masochist for liking this XD, though I only like the pain if there is a happy resolution at the end, if not, just forget it.

... Last updated on December 17th, 2014, 10:59pm
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Not bad   
Rating: 7.6 / 10.0
by 801crazed
December 18th, 2014, 2:29am
First off, I'm glad there was no non-consensual or dubiously consensual sex in this manga! In the other works I've read by this mangaka, there was at least some air of that.

Second, I actually like both stories overall. A bit melodramatic but okay nonetheless. Art was a bit dodgy at some points and pretty at others.

However, I wish the first story took a slightly different angle and focused on a couple dealing with the abandonment issues of the adopted child. It would have been pretty refreshing to see that. The father figure and son combination has been overdone in this genre, and frankly I don't care for it.

The second story was a bit more twisted up then it needed to be in the first chapter but the following ones cleared it up. I liked how the different perspectives were shown. I wish Akira's was shown as well. However, everything did not gel together very smoothly. It needed some polishing.

... Last updated on January 23rd, 2015, 9:43pm
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The scanlations.. -_-   
Rating: N/A
by OmNom
December 17th, 2014, 10:46pm
Oh man it's at times like this that I wish I knew Japanese in order to read mangas the most proper way: the original version. With the only currently available scans, half of the time I have no idea who's saying what at all. Oh well.

As for the manga, I have to say the second story is much more intriguing than the first, even if the execution still needs more work to polish it. Both stories try to deal with darker themes though both haven't reached their full potential, which is really a shame. At the end of the day I think that I still prefer the mangaka's more cheerful works compared to her serious stories that don't quite feel 'there' yet such as these.
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