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“I'm only giving this series 4 stars despite my owning all of the currently published volumes. My reasoning? It's really quite creepy and the heroine could do with a good dose of reality and some courage. That aside, I still love the series!
“Misao is a girl who can see creatures that no one else can, as long as she can remember she has these dreams about a boy and those dreams always seemed so real but she can never remember them wholly.
As she becomes 16, everything seems to be happening all at once, the house in front of her apartment building is occupied by Kyo, who resembles the boy of her dreams and strange things (stranger than usual) are starting to happen to her with Kyo's arrival such as being attached by a boy who wants to drink her blood!
That's when Misao discovers that her reality is crazier than any fantasy, and that she is to be Kyo's bride who is actually a demon!”
“I love this book its really make u feel it in your gut.”Lincoln M wrote this review Monday, September 9, 2013. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“I'm a little unsure about this series. I'm hoping that it doesn't end up that the main character succumbs to Stockholm Syndrome. So far, she has been shown to not want the advances made by Kyo, but some of the harassment he's done to her is played for laughs or treated as not that big of a deal. In one of the author's notes she mentioned that she wanted to portray Kyo as a much badder person, but because she had to cute out pages he has become a person that people may like. ”Shini wrote this review Friday, August 2, 2013. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“LOLOL!!”desirae peace wrote this review Thursday, September 27, 2012. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“Misao Harada is in many ways your average teen girl - except for one difference: she's always been able to see the spirits and demons around her, when most people don't have any awareness of them. The day before her sixteenth birthday, Misao finds that the house next door, which has been vacant for years, is now inhabited. The new neighbour is revealed the next day to be Kyo, Misao's childhood friend and first love, when he saves her from a demon-possessed boy who is trying to kill her. It turns out that Misao is the one girl in every generation who is born with special powers that are greatly desired by demons, and as such is going to draw demons to her until she is either killed or marries on who will protect her - and one of those competing for her hand is Kyo.
It kind of reminds me of a fairy-tale type story, like beauty and the beast. Inhuman boy in love with a human girl who isn't initially all that thrilled with the idea of marrying him. I think it's actually well done, though - Kyo looks human, so it's not his appearance or what he is that bothers her, she's more resistant because she believes he only wants to marry her for the good of his clan instead of because he cares for her.”
“Another well done manga. The art is stunning and the story a different take on the tengu that I hadn't seen before. ”Lisa Williamson wrote this review Monday, May 21, 2012. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“she forgot him for a long time and he returns across the street. a new love begins, can he protect her fron the demons and sprits.”dumazuko wrote this review Wednesday, March 28, 2012. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“Loved it!! And the whole series!!”Emily R wrote this review Tuesday, January 31, 2012. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“It took a while for me to figure about how to read it but am getting there and it is a brilliant book.”Cristina wrote this review Sunday, January 29, 2012. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No