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Mars, Vol. 6 by Fuyumi Soryo
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Jan 14, 2012

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bookshelves: arlington, manga, modern, need-to-read-something-else-first, romance, school, realistic-fiction
Read on September 18, 2011

I could have done without the Masao storyline. I think the series had enough to deal with with Sei, Rei's dream of being a motorcyclist, Kira's home life and their romance. Of course the series would have been shorter without him around to muck things up but Masao also just creates some problems with the authors story telling for me.

A derogatory term for a homosexual man was used within the first several pages. I really can't stand that term even though the character it was used on is a bit weird. It took down Rei in my eyes. There are people getting beaten up fairly badly in this volume as well as mention of someone getting murdered (manslaughter/self-defense). There is quite a bit of talk about Rei and Kira not having done it yet as well as Harumi and Tatsuya having done it.
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