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Night Exile, Volume 1 By Matsuri Akino,

  • Title: Night Exile, Volume 1
  • Author: Matsuri Akino
  • ISBN: 9782745924872
  • Page: 112
  • Format: None
  • Night exile se d roule principalement en Angleterre aux XIXe et XXe si cles Un jeune et beau vampire perd la m moire chaque mois la pleine lune Presque dans chaque pisode l histoire commence par la sc ne o il se trouve abandonn , amn sique, dans des endroits diff rents Il y rencontre des humains sans pouvoir les reconna tre, et ne peut s emp cher de c der au besoinNight exile se d roule principalement en Angleterre aux XIXe et XXe si cles Un jeune et beau vampire perd la m moire chaque mois la pleine lune Presque dans chaque pisode l histoire commence par la sc ne o il se trouve abandonn , amn sique, dans des endroits diff rents Il y rencontre des humains sans pouvoir les reconna tre, et ne peut s emp cher de c der au besoin de la morsure Pourchass , il erre dans les poques Chaque pisode propose une histoire achev e l auteur laisse des indices pour qu on puisse savoir qui est v ritablement son personnage Night Exile sera appr ci des lecteurs d Emma, dans les m mes ambiances Milan
    Night Exile Volume Night exile se d roule principalement en Angleterre aux XIXe et XXe si cles Un jeune et beau vampire perd la m moire chaque mois la pleine lune Presque dans chaque pisode l histoire commence par la sc

    One thought on “Night Exile, Volume 1”

    1. I thoroughly enjoyed the fact that you could see the different time periods in each chapter Sure, they left a huge gap, but you can basically just fill in the holes about Alex s wandering The last chapter was the only one that progressed the plot the most, but I still like the others for their twists SPOILER During the final chapter, I thought, Oh my gosh Is that the Titanic Then thought, Naw, probably some cruiser ship But when Alex woke up on some platform, it confirmed my suspicion.

    2. I admit, I m terribly shallow, and I tend to rate manga based on the art Or at least my ratings are heavily influenced by the art Anyway, this series was kind of confusing, and I had no idea what was going on for pretty much the entire first volume the second made a bit sense It was rather depressing, too But I adore Akino Matsuri s art, and the setting was mostly Europe in the last few centuries, with lots of pretty clothes, so it still gets a four.

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