Manga Monday! # 66- Glass Wings by Misuzu Asaoka

Glass Wings by Misuzu Asaoka


Review: This is one of the weirdest manga I have ever read. It might have been my young age when I first read this, and my lack of understanding. I have never picked the book up again since I have first read it all those years ago, and I don’t think I ever will. I would not recommend reading this book if you are not looking for weird and scaring manga.

1 out of 5 stars.

1 Volume.

Manga. Fantasy. Gothic. Mature Themes.

Published by TokyoPop.

Summary: Fragile souls and tragic fates collide in these haunting, gothic stories about the enduring power of love…In this collection, a boy struggles with a dreaded affliction that comes between him and his true love; an orphan has the power to take on the sickness of others; a disfigured boy confronts the inner conflict between his need to survive and his desire to love.In an uncompromising blend of magic and realism, Glass Wings reveals love’s capacity to overcome all obstacles and replenish the human spirit in the direst of times.

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