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Ai no Kusabi Vol. 6: Metamorphose (Ai no Kusabi #6)

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Seeing Guardian's dark side in full, the pursued Kirie escaped to Riki's place. But Guy handed him over to the visiting Katz Leading to discord between Riki and Guy, Riki left the slums behind to seek out Iason's approval.
Paperback, 200 pages
Published July 22nd 2009 by Digital Manga Publishing
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Marsha
Once again, miscommunication among the inhabitants of Ceres puts everybody at risk. This volume takes the relationship between Iason and Riki and forces the reader to see the larger view. Kirie’s overweening attempts to bring himself out of the gutter make him both like and unlike Riki. But their attempts only cause harm to them and others around them as the ugly under belly of this world is exposed.

While the sex is as hot as ever, showing why this remains a titillating read for yaoi fans, the s
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Yaro
Finally something happens. The entire situation with Kirie is interesting and I'm not quite sure where they're going with it, especially since the anime focused more on the relationship of Riki and Iason. It was good to see Riki and Iason back together though I have to admit, it made me a bit uneasy how other people reacted to them during the party. Though, Iason is showing more emotions toward Riki.
Aredhel
So for me the story ends with the end of the translation. It's really sad, because Kirie's story finally became interesting and Riki came back to Iason. So many mysteries are still uncovered and so many things left unsaid :( I just wish I could speak Japanese.
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Japanese author and a key creator of the homoerotic subgenre known in Japan as shōnen ai ["boys' love"]. Yoshihara spent the first three years of her career writing straightforward homoerotic romance, before stumbling into sf, seemingly by accident, with the success of her signature work Ai no Kusabi (December 1986-October 1987 Shōsetsu June; 1990; trans as The Space Between 2007-2008 [see Checkli ...more
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