I’m back and with a little something too!

Well I’m back and I had a great time. It was a lot of fun to see everyone one last time before we all go into adult hood. The only thing that sucked is how many bug bits I am now trying very hard not to scratch. Now that I’m back I shall be blogging like always and to celebrate me being back here’s a post of recommendations that I got on my trip. Enjoy.

 

Crimson Prince, Tome 1 (Crimson Prince, #1)Crimson Prince, Tome 1 (Kurenai Ouji #1)
by Souta Kuwahara

Is their meeting a coincidence? Is their love inevitable?

Sakura Koujirou is a demon prince who descends to the human world in order to take human souls. But after a strange turn of events, he somehow ends up living with a human girl, Hana… This is a story of young love, sweet and touching. Summary from Goodreads.

Psycho Busters 1Psycho Busters 1 (Psycho Busters #1)
by Akinari Nao, Yuya Aoki

MYSTERY GIRL

Out of the blue, a beautiful girl asks Kakeru to run away with her. This could be any boy’s dream come true, but there’s something strange afoot. It turns out that the girl is on the run from a shadowy government organization intent on using her psychic abilities for its own nefarious ends. But why does she need Kakeru’s help? Could it be that he has secret powers, too? Summary from Goodreads.

March Story, Vol. 1 (March Story #1)March Story, Vol. 1 (March Story #1)
by Kim Hyung-Min, Yang Kyung-Il (Illustrator)

Among the quiet villages and towns of 18th century Europe, demons known as the Ill hide within the most beautiful works of art, sparked to life by the torment of their creators. Attracted by their jewel-like allure, the unwary find themselves possessed by the Ill and driven to horrific acts of violence. Only the hunters of the Ciste Vihad can dispel the Ill.

March is one such hunter, tracking the Ill from town to town to find the antiques that contain the demons before they can possess anyone. If the worst has come to pass, March’s full powers are unleashed to battle the fiendish Ill. Born of tragedy, the artifacts all have their own tales to tell, as do each of their victims. But March’s story may be the most tragic of all. Summary from Viz.com

 

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