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Moony - Oukaryou Trilogy  
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1-2.) Moony
It all starts when Yuusuke Satou is forced to spend spring holidays at the dormitory along with Moriya. Then, one night Yuusuke discovers that Moriya has troubles seeing at night and while he takes care of Moriya he eventually falls in love with him, but he is worried that Moriya might not return his feelings and will hate him...

3.) Frozen
Jun Suwa notices another college student - Nozomu - who seems lonely, but possesses a beautiful profile. The two happen to attend the same party where Jun has a little too much to drink. Nozomu offers to take Jun home with him, then the night turns into a complicated romance.

4.) The Spring Moon in a Night of Cherry Blossoms
One restless spring night, Mamoru wanders the grounds of his dorm admiring the cherry blossoms when he happens upon Jun's room with an open window. He unintentionally peeps in on Jun and another man being intimate. Jun even spots Mamoru and Mamoru makes a hasty retreat. Why can't he get the images of the two men out of his head?

5.) Moon Flower
Abe finally gets a hold of a corner room in his dorm, but strange rumors of it being haunted by a long haired ghost surrounds it. Abe is undeterred, not believing in such things. Then one night, a figure appears outside his window - could the rumors be true?

6.) Extra - Waiting for the Evening Moon
Jun Suwa has just had his heart broken when the enamored Mamoru pays him a visit to cheer him up.


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Associated Names
moony 桜花寮トリロジー
MOONY 桜花寮トリロジ-
Moony: Ouka Dormitory Trilogy

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Latest Release(s)
v.1 c.5 (end) by Liquid Passion over 10 years ago
v.1 c.4 + Extra by Liquid Passion over 10 years ago
v.1 c.3 by Liquid Passion over 10 years ago
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1 Volume (Complete)

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Average: 7.9 / 10.0 (209 votes)
Bayesian Average: 7.72 / 10.0
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its a worthy read   
Rating: 8.0 / 10.0
by whitespade
May 14th, 2011, 12:05pm
i love the art and the story is kinda unique in a sense thats its not clear cut and happily ever after, the characters have more real personality and there are no clear cut uke or seme, they are just real boys having relationship problem. the only gripe is that sometimes i dont know which character which.
and oh, theres no steamy sex scene, its more psychological than physiological type of yaoi
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Not one of sensei's best...   
Rating: 7.0 / 10.0
by brid
March 10th, 2008, 12:06am
I'm a big Miyamoto Kano fan, so I usually like her stuff, but I must say, this isn't one of her strongest works. If the volume were only comprised of the 1st story and the last, I'd have given this a 10, it's the middle chapters that trip things up. While I quite like Suwa, his character unfortunately only serves to distract from the storyline involving Moriya and Satou. Suwa hijacks their story, which ends up relegating Moriya far to the sidelines. By the time things get cleared up between Satou and Moriya, their momentum has been slowed down enough that I didn't care nearly as much about them as a couple as I had after the 1st chapter. The 3rd chapter focusing on Suwa's past is unrelentingly depressing and made me wish I hadn't read it at all. Mamorou, the character introduced in the short 4th chapter wasn't developed very well and the explaination of his interest in Suwa seemed paper-thin, even by yaoi standards: he saw Suwa kissing a man and suddenly it's love? (I suppose his purpose was to shoe-horn in a possible happy ending for Suwa?)

On the other hand, the relationship in the 1st chapter was quite cute. I liked the opposites attract aspect of it--how 2 totally different people, due to unusual circumstances, came to rely on one another and became close. Also, chapter 5 was wonderful: moody, a bit creepy, and rather sad. The "two guys falling in love while sitting in the moonlight" aspect of the story was quite romantic. I, too would love a continuation of this story because I'd like to see a happy ending for these two. ^_^
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Pretty good   
Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
by wiskiz
January 17th, 2008, 8:57am
Ah... it's one of those stories that you'll wanna finish in one sitting.. i know i did... most of the couples in there's got a pretty wholesome ending - except for the coma guy... wonder what will happen... i'm dying for a dj or continuation for that story...
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Moony - Oukaryou Trilogy   
Rating: 9.5 / 10.0
by angelkurisutin
December 27th, 2007, 2:12pm
I really, really loved this. The story moves at a consistent, flowing pace, and the characters are so easy to love. Almost everybody's emotions are unsure, and it's so engaging to see how they develop, and see the reactions and choices the characters make. My heart was especially captured by Suwa. I love him! And I also feel so bad for him. I really hope that things with Mamoru work out for him since Nozomu was such a big jerk. This is definitely one I recommend reading. ^_^

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