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Flowers of Evil, Volume 3 - Shuzo Oshimi
Flowers of Evil, Volume 3
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In the third volume of The Flowers of Evil, Takao must make a decision. He now has an opportunity to break free from the social shackles that Nakamura has placed on him, as he has a chance to be loved by someone he has affections for. This could also be an opportunity to be accepted by the masses... show more
In the third volume of The Flowers of Evil, Takao must make a decision. He now has an opportunity to break free from the social shackles that Nakamura has placed on him, as he has a chance to be loved by someone he has affections for. This could also be an opportunity to be accepted by the masses in his small community. But with this choice comes fear and self-reflection.After having an chance trip to Nakamura's place, where he got to experience the world his only "friend" has grown up in, he realizes that for both teens, there is very little future to look forward to as they are raised in the boonies. Their lives are mapped out before them. For most adolescents these days, life will continue to be blase at best, miserable at worst. Can they change things together? Do they want to even bother?
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9781935654483 (1935654489)
Publisher: Vertical
Pages no: 208
Edition language: English
Series: Flowers of Evil (#1)
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calisoleil
calisoleil rated it
4.0 Flowers of Evil, Volume 3
Still dark and unique...and kinda messed up... and I still like it!
calisoleil
calisoleil rated it
3.0 Flowers of Evil, Volume 1
I'm giving this 3.5 stars. I want to read more in this series... so rating may change.
Nessa's Thoughts
Nessa's Thoughts rated it
3.0
So, a few days ago I started watching the Flowers of Evil anime on a whim, and decided to check out the manga. First things first, I don't particularly care for the massive outcry there has been online for the anime taking on a jerky rotoscoping style of animation. In fact, if you go on Amazon Japan...
AnarchicQ
AnarchicQ rated it
(This is a review of Volumes 1-7)I discovered Aku No Hana thanks to Anime-Planet's hilarious forum thread about the adaptation sickness this series is currently going through.Aku No Hana is the tale of a boy named Kasuga who idealized a girl named Saeki and one day he steals her gym clothes. His cla...
Manga Maniac Cafe
Manga Maniac Cafe rated it
5.0
Check out my review here: http://www.mangamaniaccafe.com/?p=6785
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