- By Mayu Shinjo

Midnight Children, Vol. 1

  • Title: Midnight Children, Vol. 1
  • Author: Mayu Shinjo
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 117
  • Format: Paperback
  • Midnight Children Vol It s a story about a girl who lost her every memory One stormy night a sudden meeting changes her life forever She starts anew while still trying to set the pieces of the puzzle that was once her lif

    It s a story about a girl who lost her every memory One stormy night, a sudden meeting changes her life forever She starts anew while still trying to set the pieces of the puzzle that was once her life Soon after, a love that puts everything on the line is born in the girl s heart.By chance, she starts living with a boyband called RISKY her new adventure of loveIt s a story about a girl who lost her every memory One stormy night, a sudden meeting changes her life forever She starts anew while still trying to set the pieces of the puzzle that was once her life Soon after, a love that puts everything on the line is born in the girl s heart.By chance, she starts living with a boyband called RISKY her new adventure of love discovery awaits

    1 thought on “Midnight Children, Vol. 1

    1. I'm not unfamiliar with Mayu Shinjo's work. In fact I've read quite a few of them. And I do like to think myself pretty well-versed when it comes to manga and anime. However, to be honet with you guys, I never expected to read something of hers that didn't include sex. Or rape. Or both. You can imagine how pleased I was with Midnight Children.Shinjo's work isn't bad, it's just that every series she has out looks similar to one she's already published years before. Her artwork and storylines are, [...]

    2. see full review @ Katie's CornerI remember when I started my Mayu Shinjo once a month review release back in November 2015, I chose only my favourite words and mostly the long ones, disregarding some other completely. then one day, during my Christmas holidays I had this weird craving for some new smut manga, and in the end, I ended up finding ou that I haven't read even once some of Shinjo-sensei's works. This one is one of them.I do not know why I haven't read this story a long time ago. I mea [...]

    3. Oh my god.I love this manga!It was heart-breaking, then funny, poetic, romantic, unexpecting. The main character, Sumire, wasn't weak and monotonous either (which is a good sign). And the sexy, mysterious, and heart-warming Yamato that helps Sumire through her amnesia and.*gushing on and on* I love the relationship, and Sumire isn't wimpy, she had reasons for what she does. Now my complaints goes to where her relationshionship with her brother with her brother turned out, before her amnesia came [...]

    4. Knowing Shinjo Mayu, I wasn't surprised that this manga featured a boy band. Didn't stop me from rolling my eyes, though. What did surprise me was the lack of sexual harassment, weak virginal girl, and a megadouche heartthrob.

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