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Eerie Queerie!, Volume 4 (Eerie Queerie! #4)
Mitsuo Shiozu is put in an awkward position when his mind and body are taken over by the two young women, in that he's a young man, who winds up acting like the women. Hasunuma and Ichi, two of his fellow male high school students, find themselves attracted to Mitsuo, which places him in an even stranger position.
Paperback, 192 pages
Published September 14th 2004 by TokyoPop
(first published April 2003)
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This was an.....odd little series. It implied yaoi love (more like rubbed in the face), but didn't do anything beyond mere flirtatious, albeit sexually-driven, suggestions, nothing graphic (not really). I believe a reviewer called it "shounen-ai"...? In any case, I'm just gonna refer to it as "kinda yaoi," especially since the three series I've been juggling (and now nearly completed) are somewhere in that genre: Dictorical Grimoire, Eerie Queerie, and Antique Bakery (last one is almost done).
A vast improvement on the last volume! This one ties up the Mitsuo/Hasunmura romance. Mitsuo's parents move away and our cute young medium moves into the temple with pervy Mikuni. Hasunmura joins him and we get a series of misunderstandings as each thinks the other is crushing on Mikuni. Characters are unbelievably dense, but this is a fun volume with the obligatory happy ending. Not quite as strong as its opening volumes though. Pretty cute and worth a read.
Whilst slightly more interesting than volume 3, it still had far too much Mikuni. The story felt unresolved, and the 'threes company' misunderstandings were a bit annoying, as it became evident that this would be stretched out over the whole volume. The main issue that I had with this series is that I just didn't really care much about these characters...
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