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Ai no Kusabi Vol. 4: Suggestion (Ai no Kusabi #4)

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Released from Iason's curse, Riki is spending his days idly in the slums when he's drawn into a trap - is it a secret plot of uninvited visitor Kirie, or could it also be a cruel way to force Riki to choose between the body of his old roommate Guy and his own pride? Riki revives the memories of his three years of lust and masochism with Iason. Is freedom just an illusion?
Paperback, 184 pages
Published November 4th 2008 by Digital Manga Publishing (first published December 2005)
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Marsha
Matters move apace. Katze, who was in the beginning an envious, nasty, arrogant kid, is moving up in the world. While the other characters remain much the same, Katze’s changing, which makes this installment a little more interesting than the previous volumes.

Iason Mink is coming off less as a powerful, cool, masterful Tanagura Blondy as a man possibly suffering from a deep psychosis. Never having experienced human emotion before, his encounter with Riki has thrown him off his mental rails. He’s
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Aredhel
I was pretty much interested in Katze's story in the previous volume, but his current affairs (especially those that don't concern the main characters directly) described in this volume didn't seem that much compelling.
Detailed descriptions of Katze's and Kirie's doings in this volume just didn't rub me the right way.
Ivie ✩Born to Magic-Forced to Muggle✩


Just look at this face...Riki was right from the get go not to trust him. He looks like one of them evuuuul porcelain faced dolls. Lil' shit...
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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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