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Rasetsu's Flower Vol. 7 (Rasetsu #7)

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Reads R to L (Japanese Style), for T+ audiences. Yako comes to grips with his feelings for Rasetsu and gives her mixed signals. Meanwhile, Kuryu and Yako visit the site where their boss fought the evil spirit that will eventually claim Rasetsu… but Kuryu suddenly attacks Yako!
Paperback, 200 pages
Published September 2010 by PT Gramedia (m&c!) (first published October 19th 2009)
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Not going to lie, this volume kind of shocked me. And I mean this kind of shocked:

Like I saw this coming, but I..just didn't want to believe it.



I will be strong. I will be strong.

Okay, not so much.

Things are going to go so crazy in the next volume aren't they?

»ƒranxine«  Bau†is†a
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Dec 07, 2011 Estara rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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Kuryu and Yako really get in each other's way here, Kuryu's nature becoming ever clearer. I loved the lenghty flashback to the way and time that Kuryu came to live with Hiichiro and his father. It not only explains why Hiichiro acts as he does now, but really makes the reader feel sympathy for Kuryu's situation. This takes up most of the volume - except for the last chapter where Yako and Rasetsu finally talk to each other directly, delicious ^^.
Feb 20, 2014 Julie rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This story keeps getting more and more interesting. I like this story much better than Yurara, because I feel like the characters received much more time to develop than they did in the previous series. If you love action and a great deal of romance, you will love this series.
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