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From Storm in Heaven: Soko starts feeling sick soon after moving to a new city, apparently for no reason. As beautiful as she is, a lot of guys start to bother her, especially Kashi. While trying to rape her, Kashi disappears and after a few days another guy shows up pretending to be Kashi. And everyone but Soko believes him!
He tells her he is Akira the Byakko, from the family of the West. Because she is the reincarnation of Souryo, the queen of the Oni from the family of the East, a monster that eats humans to stay alive, he must destroy her and erase her genes from Earth. He is the only one who can kill her and the one that must do so. Soko is desperate. Is she really a monster? Why does she have human memories? Why does she have to die? Will she be able to change her destiny and stay alive?
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I enjoyed this manga a lot >< It's undescribable, it's too good.
I love all of her works and she is my favorite mangaka!! so i think this gets a deff 9/10 for now i will finish it and then change if it get's dunb but i doubt it cuz chie shinohara is the best!
the story is very interesting n since I'm one of this mangaka fan. I love this manga!
Interesting and developed
A good manga with a semi-complex storyline, as expected of Shinohara-sensei. The character relationships are fairly typical but serve the story well (the usual angsty Romeo/Juliet relationship). The conflicts within the main character are real, painful, and credible. Since it's only 11 volumes, I don't think the story drags on too much, either. There are a few graphic scenes (cannibalism, not x-rated or truly horrible but rather disturbing), and some provocative (but not TOO steamy) scenes. There's also some action scenes.
The two main characters are Soko and Akira, who start out as enemies, but with two hot main characters you can guess what's going to happen. ^^; Later on two antagonists related to Soko appear, which is when the plot gets moving. The plot is carried by a combination of action, character relationships, and human issues. (You'll see what I mean at the ending.) As for the ending, it's pretty satisfying, although it kinda felt like a cop-out.