Rasetsu, Vol. 3

Rasetsu, Vol. 3

A Supernatural Spin-off of Yurara ! R to L (Japanese Style). Being haunted by spirits seems to run in the family--this time, it's Rasetsu's mother who needs help! Can Rasetsu dispel the spirit successfully with her own personal family issues weighing her down? Rasetsu Hyuga works for an exorcist agency where she uses her special powers to banish evil spirits. There's a st A Supernatural Spin-off of Yurara ! R to L (Japanese Style). Being haunted by spirits seems to run in the family--this...

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Title:Rasetsu, Vol. 3
Author:Chika Shiomi
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:Rasetsu, Volume 3
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:208 pages pages

Rasetsu, Vol. 3 Reviews

  • Miss
    Jan 18, 2015

    The third volume is clearly the back story volume: In the first chapter Rasetsu's mum shows up and we get interaction with her and background about Rasetsu's deceased father and the hang-ups she has with his memory. This is used by a haunt and Rasetsu can show off how much she has grow...

    Still meh about Yako as a lead. The introduction of Rasetsu's mother was pretty weak, too. Interesting learning a bit more about the ridiculously nice Aoi, although he still doesn't seem to do much other than provide a slight buffer to the other characters' more abrasive personalitie...

    awwwww aoi is a grade a cutie this volume fleshes out our surrounding characters a bit. we get a storyline with mei's younger brother dai which brings in some of yako's backsory from yurara. also rasetsu realizes she's developing feelings and in the time honoured tradition of sho...

  • Miriam
    Aug 10, 2018

    The third volume is clearly the back story volume: In the first chapter Rasetsu's mum shows up and we get interaction with her and background about Rasetsu's deceased father and the hang-ups she has with his memory. This is used by a haunt and Rasetsu can show off how much she has grow...

    Still meh about Yako as a lead. The introduction of Rasetsu's mother was pretty weak, too. Interesting learning a bit more about the ridiculously nice Aoi, although he still doesn't seem to do much other than provide a slight buffer to the other characters' more abrasive personalitie...

  • Sarah Evans
    Jul 26, 2010

    The third volume is clearly the back story volume: In the first chapter Rasetsu's mum shows up and we get interaction with her and background about Rasetsu's deceased father and the hang-ups she has with his memory. This is used by a haunt and Rasetsu can show off how much she has grow...

    Still meh about Yako as a lead. The introduction of Rasetsu's mother was pretty weak, too. Interesting learning a bit more about the ridiculously nice Aoi, although he still doesn't seem to do much other than provide a slight buffer to the other characters' more abrasive personalitie...

    awwwww aoi is a grade a cutie this volume fleshes out our surrounding characters a bit. we get a storyline with mei's younger brother dai which brings in some of yako's backsory from yurara. also rasetsu realizes she's developing feelings and in the time honoured tradition of sho...

    There was some development. At least for Rasetsu and her feelings toward a certain someone. My thoughts about Kuryu's feelings were confirmed. There was some backstory on Aoi, which was nice because I wasn't really appreciating his role. I did like this volume and I like how the story ...

    I really wish I had volume 4. DARN IT ALL! 5/5 ...

    the comedy is pretty good. 3.5 stars ...

    Is a great book to read ...

    Review to come soon. Blog: nazishreads.net ...

    Good volume. ...

    I'm gonna sound really creepy, but Yako and Kuryu are soooo handsome! Like I'm jealous of Rasetsu for having those two beautiful men. (: ...

    It's funny how much more I enjoy this spin off series compared to the original by this author. I think the plot is more intriguing here. ...

  • Heidi (yabibliophile)
    Dec 25, 2009

    The third volume is clearly the back story volume: In the first chapter Rasetsu's mum shows up and we get interaction with her and background about Rasetsu's deceased father and the hang-ups she has with his memory. This is used by a haunt and Rasetsu can show off how much she has grow...

    Still meh about Yako as a lead. The introduction of Rasetsu's mother was pretty weak, too. Interesting learning a bit more about the ridiculously nice Aoi, although he still doesn't seem to do much other than provide a slight buffer to the other characters' more abrasive personalitie...

    awwwww aoi is a grade a cutie this volume fleshes out our surrounding characters a bit. we get a storyline with mei's younger brother dai which brings in some of yako's backsory from yurara. also rasetsu realizes she's developing feelings and in the time honoured tradition of sho...

    There was some development. At least for Rasetsu and her feelings toward a certain someone. My thoughts about Kuryu's feelings were confirmed. There was some backstory on Aoi, which was nice because I wasn't really appreciating his role. I did like this volume and I like how the story ...

    I really wish I had volume 4. DARN IT ALL! 5/5 ...

    the comedy is pretty good. 3.5 stars ...

    Is a great book to read ...

    Review to come soon. Blog: nazishreads.net ...

    Good volume. ...

    I'm gonna sound really creepy, but Yako and Kuryu are soooo handsome! Like I'm jealous of Rasetsu for having those two beautiful men. (: ...

    It's funny how much more I enjoy this spin off series compared to the original by this author. I think the plot is more intriguing here. ...

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  • Amanda
    Dec 19, 2012

    The third volume is clearly the back story volume: In the first chapter Rasetsu's mum shows up and we get interaction with her and background about Rasetsu's deceased father and the hang-ups she has with his memory. This is used by a haunt and Rasetsu can show off how much she has grow...

    Still meh about Yako as a lead. The introduction of Rasetsu's mother was pretty weak, too. Interesting learning a bit more about the ridiculously nice Aoi, although he still doesn't seem to do much other than provide a slight buffer to the other characters' more abrasive personalitie...

    awwwww aoi is a grade a cutie this volume fleshes out our surrounding characters a bit. we get a storyline with mei's younger brother dai which brings in some of yako's backsory from yurara. also rasetsu realizes she's developing feelings and in the time honoured tradition of sho...

    There was some development. At least for Rasetsu and her feelings toward a certain someone. My thoughts about Kuryu's feelings were confirmed. There was some backstory on Aoi, which was nice because I wasn't really appreciating his role. I did like this volume and I like how the story ...

    I really wish I had volume 4. DARN IT ALL! 5/5 ...

    the comedy is pretty good. 3.5 stars ...

    Is a great book to read ...

    Review to come soon. Blog: nazishreads.net ...

    Good volume. ...

    I'm gonna sound really creepy, but Yako and Kuryu are soooo handsome! Like I'm jealous of Rasetsu for having those two beautiful men. (: ...

    It's funny how much more I enjoy this spin off series compared to the original by this author. I think the plot is more intriguing here. ...

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  • Lucille
    Dec 30, 2012

    The third volume is clearly the back story volume: In the first chapter Rasetsu's mum shows up and we get interaction with her and background about Rasetsu's deceased father and the hang-ups she has with his memory. This is used by a haunt and Rasetsu can show off how much she has grow...

    Still meh about Yako as a lead. The introduction of Rasetsu's mother was pretty weak, too. Interesting learning a bit more about the ridiculously nice Aoi, although he still doesn't seem to do much other than provide a slight buffer to the other characters' more abrasive personalitie...

    awwwww aoi is a grade a cutie this volume fleshes out our surrounding characters a bit. we get a storyline with mei's younger brother dai which brings in some of yako's backsory from yurara. also rasetsu realizes she's developing feelings and in the time honoured tradition of sho...

    There was some development. At least for Rasetsu and her feelings toward a certain someone. My thoughts about Kuryu's feelings were confirmed. There was some backstory on Aoi, which was nice because I wasn't really appreciating his role. I did like this volume and I like how the story ...

    I really wish I had volume 4. DARN IT ALL! 5/5 ...

    the comedy is pretty good. 3.5 stars ...

    Is a great book to read ...

    Review to come soon. Blog: nazishreads.net ...

    Good volume. ...

    I'm gonna sound really creepy, but Yako and Kuryu are soooo handsome! Like I'm jealous of Rasetsu for having those two beautiful men. (: ...

    It's funny how much more I enjoy this spin off series compared to the original by this author. I think the plot is more intriguing here. ...

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  • Yannick
    Oct 15, 2016

    The third volume is clearly the back story volume: In the first chapter Rasetsu's mum shows up and we get interaction with her and background about Rasetsu's deceased father and the hang-ups she has with his memory. This is used by a haunt and Rasetsu can show off how much she has grow...

    Still meh about Yako as a lead. The introduction of Rasetsu's mother was pretty weak, too. Interesting learning a bit more about the ridiculously nice Aoi, although he still doesn't seem to do much other than provide a slight buffer to the other characters' more abrasive personalitie...

    awwwww aoi is a grade a cutie this volume fleshes out our surrounding characters a bit. we get a storyline with mei's younger brother dai which brings in some of yako's backsory from yurara. also rasetsu realizes she's developing feelings and in the time honoured tradition of sho...

    There was some development. At least for Rasetsu and her feelings toward a certain someone. My thoughts about Kuryu's feelings were confirmed. There was some backstory on Aoi, which was nice because I wasn't really appreciating his role. I did like this volume and I like how the story ...

    I really wish I had volume 4. DARN IT ALL! 5/5 ...

    the comedy is pretty good. 3.5 stars ...

    Is a great book to read ...

    Review to come soon. Blog: nazishreads.net ...

    Good volume. ...

    I'm gonna sound really creepy, but Yako and Kuryu are soooo handsome! Like I'm jealous of Rasetsu for having those two beautiful men. (: ...

    It's funny how much more I enjoy this spin off series compared to the original by this author. I think the plot is more intriguing here. ...

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  • Kereesa
    Mar 15, 2013

    The third volume is clearly the back story volume: In the first chapter Rasetsu's mum shows up and we get interaction with her and background about Rasetsu's deceased father and the hang-ups she has with his memory. This is used by a haunt and Rasetsu can show off how much she has grow...

    Still meh about Yako as a lead. The introduction of Rasetsu's mother was pretty weak, too. Interesting learning a bit more about the ridiculously nice Aoi, although he still doesn't seem to do much other than provide a slight buffer to the other characters' more abrasive personalitie...

    awwwww aoi is a grade a cutie this volume fleshes out our surrounding characters a bit. we get a storyline with mei's younger brother dai which brings in some of yako's backsory from yurara. also rasetsu realizes she's developing feelings and in the time honoured tradition of sho...

    There was some development. At least for Rasetsu and her feelings toward a certain someone. My thoughts about Kuryu's feelings were confirmed. There was some backstory on Aoi, which was nice because I wasn't really appreciating his role. I did like this volume and I like how the story ...

    I really wish I had volume 4. DARN IT ALL! 5/5 ...

  • Raven
    Sep 07, 2017

    The third volume is clearly the back story volume: In the first chapter Rasetsu's mum shows up and we get interaction with her and background about Rasetsu's deceased father and the hang-ups she has with his memory. This is used by a haunt and Rasetsu can show off how much she has grow...

    Still meh about Yako as a lead. The introduction of Rasetsu's mother was pretty weak, too. Interesting learning a bit more about the ridiculously nice Aoi, although he still doesn't seem to do much other than provide a slight buffer to the other characters' more abrasive personalitie...

    awwwww aoi is a grade a cutie this volume fleshes out our surrounding characters a bit. we get a storyline with mei's younger brother dai which brings in some of yako's backsory from yurara. also rasetsu realizes she's developing feelings and in the time honoured tradition of sho...

    There was some development. At least for Rasetsu and her feelings toward a certain someone. My thoughts about Kuryu's feelings were confirmed. There was some backstory on Aoi, which was nice because I wasn't really appreciating his role. I did like this volume and I like how the story ...

    I really wish I had volume 4. DARN IT ALL! 5/5 ...

    the comedy is pretty good. 3.5 stars ...

    Is a great book to read ...

    Review to come soon. Blog: nazishreads.net ...

    Good volume. ...

    I'm gonna sound really creepy, but Yako and Kuryu are soooo handsome! Like I'm jealous of Rasetsu for having those two beautiful men. (: ...

    It's funny how much more I enjoy this spin off series compared to the original by this author. I think the plot is more intriguing here. ...

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  • Nazish Ahmed (Nazish Reads)
    Sep 25, 2013

    The third volume is clearly the back story volume: In the first chapter Rasetsu's mum shows up and we get interaction with her and background about Rasetsu's deceased father and the hang-ups she has with his memory. This is used by a haunt and Rasetsu can show off how much she has grow...

    Still meh about Yako as a lead. The introduction of Rasetsu's mother was pretty weak, too. Interesting learning a bit more about the ridiculously nice Aoi, although he still doesn't seem to do much other than provide a slight buffer to the other characters' more abrasive personalitie...

    awwwww aoi is a grade a cutie this volume fleshes out our surrounding characters a bit. we get a storyline with mei's younger brother dai which brings in some of yako's backsory from yurara. also rasetsu realizes she's developing feelings and in the time honoured tradition of sho...

    There was some development. At least for Rasetsu and her feelings toward a certain someone. My thoughts about Kuryu's feelings were confirmed. There was some backstory on Aoi, which was nice because I wasn't really appreciating his role. I did like this volume and I like how the story ...

    I really wish I had volume 4. DARN IT ALL! 5/5 ...

    the comedy is pretty good. 3.5 stars ...

    Is a great book to read ...

    Review to come soon. Blog: nazishreads.net ...

  • Cindy III
    Jun 30, 2013

    The third volume is clearly the back story volume: In the first chapter Rasetsu's mum shows up and we get interaction with her and background about Rasetsu's deceased father and the hang-ups she has with his memory. This is used by a haunt and Rasetsu can show off how much she has grow...

    Still meh about Yako as a lead. The introduction of Rasetsu's mother was pretty weak, too. Interesting learning a bit more about the ridiculously nice Aoi, although he still doesn't seem to do much other than provide a slight buffer to the other characters' more abrasive personalitie...

    awwwww aoi is a grade a cutie this volume fleshes out our surrounding characters a bit. we get a storyline with mei's younger brother dai which brings in some of yako's backsory from yurara. also rasetsu realizes she's developing feelings and in the time honoured tradition of sho...

    There was some development. At least for Rasetsu and her feelings toward a certain someone. My thoughts about Kuryu's feelings were confirmed. There was some backstory on Aoi, which was nice because I wasn't really appreciating his role. I did like this volume and I like how the story ...

  • Estara
    Jun 22, 2011

    The third volume is clearly the back story volume: In the first chapter Rasetsu's mum shows up and we get interaction with her and background about Rasetsu's deceased father and the hang-ups she has with his memory. This is used by a haunt and Rasetsu can show off how much she has grow...

  • Jennifer
    Feb 22, 2011

    The third volume is clearly the back story volume: In the first chapter Rasetsu's mum shows up and we get interaction with her and background about Rasetsu's deceased father and the hang-ups she has with his memory. This is used by a haunt and Rasetsu can show off how much she has grow...

    Still meh about Yako as a lead. The introduction of Rasetsu's mother was pretty weak, too. Interesting learning a bit more about the ridiculously nice Aoi, although he still doesn't seem to do much other than provide a slight buffer to the other characters' more abrasive personalitie...

    awwwww aoi is a grade a cutie this volume fleshes out our surrounding characters a bit. we get a storyline with mei's younger brother dai which brings in some of yako's backsory from yurara. also rasetsu realizes she's developing feelings and in the time honoured tradition of sho...

    There was some development. At least for Rasetsu and her feelings toward a certain someone. My thoughts about Kuryu's feelings were confirmed. There was some backstory on Aoi, which was nice because I wasn't really appreciating his role. I did like this volume and I like how the story ...

    I really wish I had volume 4. DARN IT ALL! 5/5 ...

    the comedy is pretty good. 3.5 stars ...

    Is a great book to read ...

    Review to come soon. Blog: nazishreads.net ...

    Good volume. ...

    I'm gonna sound really creepy, but Yako and Kuryu are soooo handsome! Like I'm jealous of Rasetsu for having those two beautiful men. (: ...

    It's funny how much more I enjoy this spin off series compared to the original by this author. I think the plot is more intriguing here. ...

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  • »ƒranxine«  Bau†is†a
    Mar 31, 2011

    The third volume is clearly the back story volume: In the first chapter Rasetsu's mum shows up and we get interaction with her and background about Rasetsu's deceased father and the hang-ups she has with his memory. This is used by a haunt and Rasetsu can show off how much she has grow...

    Still meh about Yako as a lead. The introduction of Rasetsu's mother was pretty weak, too. Interesting learning a bit more about the ridiculously nice Aoi, although he still doesn't seem to do much other than provide a slight buffer to the other characters' more abrasive personalitie...

    awwwww aoi is a grade a cutie this volume fleshes out our surrounding characters a bit. we get a storyline with mei's younger brother dai which brings in some of yako's backsory from yurara. also rasetsu realizes she's developing feelings and in the time honoured tradition of sho...

    There was some development. At least for Rasetsu and her feelings toward a certain someone. My thoughts about Kuryu's feelings were confirmed. There was some backstory on Aoi, which was nice because I wasn't really appreciating his role. I did like this volume and I like how the story ...

    I really wish I had volume 4. DARN IT ALL! 5/5 ...

    the comedy is pretty good. 3.5 stars ...

    Is a great book to read ...

    Review to come soon. Blog: nazishreads.net ...

    Good volume. ...

    I'm gonna sound really creepy, but Yako and Kuryu are soooo handsome! Like I'm jealous of Rasetsu for having those two beautiful men. (: ...

  • Kate
    Apr 18, 2011

    The third volume is clearly the back story volume: In the first chapter Rasetsu's mum shows up and we get interaction with her and background about Rasetsu's deceased father and the hang-ups she has with his memory. This is used by a haunt and Rasetsu can show off how much she has grow...

    Still meh about Yako as a lead. The introduction of Rasetsu's mother was pretty weak, too. Interesting learning a bit more about the ridiculously nice Aoi, although he still doesn't seem to do much other than provide a slight buffer to the other characters' more abrasive personalitie...

    awwwww aoi is a grade a cutie this volume fleshes out our surrounding characters a bit. we get a storyline with mei's younger brother dai which brings in some of yako's backsory from yurara. also rasetsu realizes she's developing feelings and in the time honoured tradition of sho...

    There was some development. At least for Rasetsu and her feelings toward a certain someone. My thoughts about Kuryu's feelings were confirmed. There was some backstory on Aoi, which was nice because I wasn't really appreciating his role. I did like this volume and I like how the story ...

    I really wish I had volume 4. DARN IT ALL! 5/5 ...

    the comedy is pretty good. 3.5 stars ...

    Is a great book to read ...

    Review to come soon. Blog: nazishreads.net ...

    Good volume. ...

    I'm gonna sound really creepy, but Yako and Kuryu are soooo handsome! Like I'm jealous of Rasetsu for having those two beautiful men. (: ...

    It's funny how much more I enjoy this spin off series compared to the original by this author. I think the plot is more intriguing here. ...

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  • Leena
    Aug 05, 2012

    The third volume is clearly the back story volume: In the first chapter Rasetsu's mum shows up and we get interaction with her and background about Rasetsu's deceased father and the hang-ups she has with his memory. This is used by a haunt and Rasetsu can show off how much she has grow...

    Still meh about Yako as a lead. The introduction of Rasetsu's mother was pretty weak, too. Interesting learning a bit more about the ridiculously nice Aoi, although he still doesn't seem to do much other than provide a slight buffer to the other characters' more abrasive personalitie...

    awwwww aoi is a grade a cutie this volume fleshes out our surrounding characters a bit. we get a storyline with mei's younger brother dai which brings in some of yako's backsory from yurara. also rasetsu realizes she's developing feelings and in the time honoured tradition of sho...

    There was some development. At least for Rasetsu and her feelings toward a certain someone. My thoughts about Kuryu's feelings were confirmed. There was some backstory on Aoi, which was nice because I wasn't really appreciating his role. I did like this volume and I like how the story ...

    I really wish I had volume 4. DARN IT ALL! 5/5 ...

    the comedy is pretty good. 3.5 stars ...

    Is a great book to read ...

    Review to come soon. Blog: nazishreads.net ...

    Good volume. ...

    I'm gonna sound really creepy, but Yako and Kuryu are soooo handsome! Like I'm jealous of Rasetsu for having those two beautiful men. (: ...

    It's funny how much more I enjoy this spin off series compared to the original by this author. I think the plot is more intriguing here. ...

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  • Abby Ang
    Feb 10, 2016

    The third volume is clearly the back story volume: In the first chapter Rasetsu's mum shows up and we get interaction with her and background about Rasetsu's deceased father and the hang-ups she has with his memory. This is used by a haunt and Rasetsu can show off how much she has grow...

    Still meh about Yako as a lead. The introduction of Rasetsu's mother was pretty weak, too. Interesting learning a bit more about the ridiculously nice Aoi, although he still doesn't seem to do much other than provide a slight buffer to the other characters' more abrasive personalitie...

    awwwww aoi is a grade a cutie this volume fleshes out our surrounding characters a bit. we get a storyline with mei's younger brother dai which brings in some of yako's backsory from yurara. also rasetsu realizes she's developing feelings and in the time honoured tradition of sho...

    There was some development. At least for Rasetsu and her feelings toward a certain someone. My thoughts about Kuryu's feelings were confirmed. There was some backstory on Aoi, which was nice because I wasn't really appreciating his role. I did like this volume and I like how the story ...

    I really wish I had volume 4. DARN IT ALL! 5/5 ...

    the comedy is pretty good. 3.5 stars ...

  • Victoria
    Jul 24, 2015

    The third volume is clearly the back story volume: In the first chapter Rasetsu's mum shows up and we get interaction with her and background about Rasetsu's deceased father and the hang-ups she has with his memory. This is used by a haunt and Rasetsu can show off how much she has grow...

    Still meh about Yako as a lead. The introduction of Rasetsu's mother was pretty weak, too. Interesting learning a bit more about the ridiculously nice Aoi, although he still doesn't seem to do much other than provide a slight buffer to the other characters' more abrasive personalitie...

    awwwww aoi is a grade a cutie this volume fleshes out our surrounding characters a bit. we get a storyline with mei's younger brother dai which brings in some of yako's backsory from yurara. also rasetsu realizes she's developing feelings and in the time honoured tradition of sho...

    There was some development. At least for Rasetsu and her feelings toward a certain someone. My thoughts about Kuryu's feelings were confirmed. There was some backstory on Aoi, which was nice because I wasn't really appreciating his role. I did like this volume and I like how the story ...

    I really wish I had volume 4. DARN IT ALL! 5/5 ...

    the comedy is pretty good. 3.5 stars ...

    Is a great book to read ...

  • Chloe
    Jun 17, 2014

    The third volume is clearly the back story volume: In the first chapter Rasetsu's mum shows up and we get interaction with her and background about Rasetsu's deceased father and the hang-ups she has with his memory. This is used by a haunt and Rasetsu can show off how much she has grow...

    Still meh about Yako as a lead. The introduction of Rasetsu's mother was pretty weak, too. Interesting learning a bit more about the ridiculously nice Aoi, although he still doesn't seem to do much other than provide a slight buffer to the other characters' more abrasive personalitie...

    awwwww aoi is a grade a cutie this volume fleshes out our surrounding characters a bit. we get a storyline with mei's younger brother dai which brings in some of yako's backsory from yurara. also rasetsu realizes she's developing feelings and in the time honoured tradition of sho...

    There was some development. At least for Rasetsu and her feelings toward a certain someone. My thoughts about Kuryu's feelings were confirmed. There was some backstory on Aoi, which was nice because I wasn't really appreciating his role. I did like this volume and I like how the story ...

    I really wish I had volume 4. DARN IT ALL! 5/5 ...

    the comedy is pretty good. 3.5 stars ...

    Is a great book to read ...

    Review to come soon. Blog: nazishreads.net ...

    Good volume. ...

    I'm gonna sound really creepy, but Yako and Kuryu are soooo handsome! Like I'm jealous of Rasetsu for having those two beautiful men. (: ...

    It's funny how much more I enjoy this spin off series compared to the original by this author. I think the plot is more intriguing here. ...

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  • Pein
    Dec 04, 2013

    The third volume is clearly the back story volume: In the first chapter Rasetsu's mum shows up and we get interaction with her and background about Rasetsu's deceased father and the hang-ups she has with his memory. This is used by a haunt and Rasetsu can show off how much she has grow...

    Still meh about Yako as a lead. The introduction of Rasetsu's mother was pretty weak, too. Interesting learning a bit more about the ridiculously nice Aoi, although he still doesn't seem to do much other than provide a slight buffer to the other characters' more abrasive personalitie...

    awwwww aoi is a grade a cutie this volume fleshes out our surrounding characters a bit. we get a storyline with mei's younger brother dai which brings in some of yako's backsory from yurara. also rasetsu realizes she's developing feelings and in the time honoured tradition of sho...

    There was some development. At least for Rasetsu and her feelings toward a certain someone. My thoughts about Kuryu's feelings were confirmed. There was some backstory on Aoi, which was nice because I wasn't really appreciating his role. I did like this volume and I like how the story ...

    I really wish I had volume 4. DARN IT ALL! 5/5 ...

    the comedy is pretty good. 3.5 stars ...

    Is a great book to read ...

    Review to come soon. Blog: nazishreads.net ...

    Good volume. ...

    I'm gonna sound really creepy, but Yako and Kuryu are soooo handsome! Like I'm jealous of Rasetsu for having those two beautiful men. (: ...

    It's funny how much more I enjoy this spin off series compared to the original by this author. I think the plot is more intriguing here. ...

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  • FaeryMeganChase
    Apr 29, 2014

    The third volume is clearly the back story volume: In the first chapter Rasetsu's mum shows up and we get interaction with her and background about Rasetsu's deceased father and the hang-ups she has with his memory. This is used by a haunt and Rasetsu can show off how much she has grow...

    Still meh about Yako as a lead. The introduction of Rasetsu's mother was pretty weak, too. Interesting learning a bit more about the ridiculously nice Aoi, although he still doesn't seem to do much other than provide a slight buffer to the other characters' more abrasive personalitie...

    awwwww aoi is a grade a cutie this volume fleshes out our surrounding characters a bit. we get a storyline with mei's younger brother dai which brings in some of yako's backsory from yurara. also rasetsu realizes she's developing feelings and in the time honoured tradition of sho...

    There was some development. At least for Rasetsu and her feelings toward a certain someone. My thoughts about Kuryu's feelings were confirmed. There was some backstory on Aoi, which was nice because I wasn't really appreciating his role. I did like this volume and I like how the story ...

    I really wish I had volume 4. DARN IT ALL! 5/5 ...

    the comedy is pretty good. 3.5 stars ...

    Is a great book to read ...

    Review to come soon. Blog: nazishreads.net ...

    Good volume. ...

    I'm gonna sound really creepy, but Yako and Kuryu are soooo handsome! Like I'm jealous of Rasetsu for having those two beautiful men. (: ...

    It's funny how much more I enjoy this spin off series compared to the original by this author. I think the plot is more intriguing here. ...

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  • Angel
    Aug 22, 2014

    The third volume is clearly the back story volume: In the first chapter Rasetsu's mum shows up and we get interaction with her and background about Rasetsu's deceased father and the hang-ups she has with his memory. This is used by a haunt and Rasetsu can show off how much she has grow...

    Still meh about Yako as a lead. The introduction of Rasetsu's mother was pretty weak, too. Interesting learning a bit more about the ridiculously nice Aoi, although he still doesn't seem to do much other than provide a slight buffer to the other characters' more abrasive personalitie...

    awwwww aoi is a grade a cutie this volume fleshes out our surrounding characters a bit. we get a storyline with mei's younger brother dai which brings in some of yako's backsory from yurara. also rasetsu realizes she's developing feelings and in the time honoured tradition of sho...

    There was some development. At least for Rasetsu and her feelings toward a certain someone. My thoughts about Kuryu's feelings were confirmed. There was some backstory on Aoi, which was nice because I wasn't really appreciating his role. I did like this volume and I like how the story ...

    I really wish I had volume 4. DARN IT ALL! 5/5 ...

    the comedy is pretty good. 3.5 stars ...

    Is a great book to read ...

    Review to come soon. Blog: nazishreads.net ...

    Good volume. ...

    I'm gonna sound really creepy, but Yako and Kuryu are soooo handsome! Like I'm jealous of Rasetsu for having those two beautiful men. (: ...

    It's funny how much more I enjoy this spin off series compared to the original by this author. I think the plot is more intriguing here. ...

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  • Brianna
    Jul 04, 2014

    The third volume is clearly the back story volume: In the first chapter Rasetsu's mum shows up and we get interaction with her and background about Rasetsu's deceased father and the hang-ups she has with his memory. This is used by a haunt and Rasetsu can show off how much she has grow...

    Still meh about Yako as a lead. The introduction of Rasetsu's mother was pretty weak, too. Interesting learning a bit more about the ridiculously nice Aoi, although he still doesn't seem to do much other than provide a slight buffer to the other characters' more abrasive personalitie...

    awwwww aoi is a grade a cutie this volume fleshes out our surrounding characters a bit. we get a storyline with mei's younger brother dai which brings in some of yako's backsory from yurara. also rasetsu realizes she's developing feelings and in the time honoured tradition of sho...

    There was some development. At least for Rasetsu and her feelings toward a certain someone. My thoughts about Kuryu's feelings were confirmed. There was some backstory on Aoi, which was nice because I wasn't really appreciating his role. I did like this volume and I like how the story ...

    I really wish I had volume 4. DARN IT ALL! 5/5 ...

    the comedy is pretty good. 3.5 stars ...

    Is a great book to read ...

    Review to come soon. Blog: nazishreads.net ...

    Good volume. ...

    I'm gonna sound really creepy, but Yako and Kuryu are soooo handsome! Like I'm jealous of Rasetsu for having those two beautiful men. (: ...

    It's funny how much more I enjoy this spin off series compared to the original by this author. I think the plot is more intriguing here. ...

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  • Ayesha
    Feb 22, 2014

    The third volume is clearly the back story volume: In the first chapter Rasetsu's mum shows up and we get interaction with her and background about Rasetsu's deceased father and the hang-ups she has with his memory. This is used by a haunt and Rasetsu can show off how much she has grow...

    Still meh about Yako as a lead. The introduction of Rasetsu's mother was pretty weak, too. Interesting learning a bit more about the ridiculously nice Aoi, although he still doesn't seem to do much other than provide a slight buffer to the other characters' more abrasive personalitie...

    awwwww aoi is a grade a cutie this volume fleshes out our surrounding characters a bit. we get a storyline with mei's younger brother dai which brings in some of yako's backsory from yurara. also rasetsu realizes she's developing feelings and in the time honoured tradition of sho...

    There was some development. At least for Rasetsu and her feelings toward a certain someone. My thoughts about Kuryu's feelings were confirmed. There was some backstory on Aoi, which was nice because I wasn't really appreciating his role. I did like this volume and I like how the story ...

    I really wish I had volume 4. DARN IT ALL! 5/5 ...

    the comedy is pretty good. 3.5 stars ...

    Is a great book to read ...

    Review to come soon. Blog: nazishreads.net ...

    Good volume. ...

    I'm gonna sound really creepy, but Yako and Kuryu are soooo handsome! Like I'm jealous of Rasetsu for having those two beautiful men. (: ...

    It's funny how much more I enjoy this spin off series compared to the original by this author. I think the plot is more intriguing here. ...

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  • Nidah (SleepDreamWrite)
    Nov 28, 2016

    The third volume is clearly the back story volume: In the first chapter Rasetsu's mum shows up and we get interaction with her and background about Rasetsu's deceased father and the hang-ups she has with his memory. This is used by a haunt and Rasetsu can show off how much she has grow...

    Still meh about Yako as a lead. The introduction of Rasetsu's mother was pretty weak, too. Interesting learning a bit more about the ridiculously nice Aoi, although he still doesn't seem to do much other than provide a slight buffer to the other characters' more abrasive personalitie...

    awwwww aoi is a grade a cutie this volume fleshes out our surrounding characters a bit. we get a storyline with mei's younger brother dai which brings in some of yako's backsory from yurara. also rasetsu realizes she's developing feelings and in the time honoured tradition of sho...

    There was some development. At least for Rasetsu and her feelings toward a certain someone. My thoughts about Kuryu's feelings were confirmed. There was some backstory on Aoi, which was nice because I wasn't really appreciating his role. I did like this volume and I like how the story ...

    I really wish I had volume 4. DARN IT ALL! 5/5 ...

    the comedy is pretty good. 3.5 stars ...

    Is a great book to read ...

    Review to come soon. Blog: nazishreads.net ...

    Good volume. ...

  • Alexus
    Jul 20, 2014

    The third volume is clearly the back story volume: In the first chapter Rasetsu's mum shows up and we get interaction with her and background about Rasetsu's deceased father and the hang-ups she has with his memory. This is used by a haunt and Rasetsu can show off how much she has grow...

    Still meh about Yako as a lead. The introduction of Rasetsu's mother was pretty weak, too. Interesting learning a bit more about the ridiculously nice Aoi, although he still doesn't seem to do much other than provide a slight buffer to the other characters' more abrasive personalitie...

    awwwww aoi is a grade a cutie this volume fleshes out our surrounding characters a bit. we get a storyline with mei's younger brother dai which brings in some of yako's backsory from yurara. also rasetsu realizes she's developing feelings and in the time honoured tradition of sho...

    There was some development. At least for Rasetsu and her feelings toward a certain someone. My thoughts about Kuryu's feelings were confirmed. There was some backstory on Aoi, which was nice because I wasn't really appreciating his role. I did like this volume and I like how the story ...

    I really wish I had volume 4. DARN IT ALL! 5/5 ...

    the comedy is pretty good. 3.5 stars ...

    Is a great book to read ...

    Review to come soon. Blog: nazishreads.net ...

    Good volume. ...

    I'm gonna sound really creepy, but Yako and Kuryu are soooo handsome! Like I'm jealous of Rasetsu for having those two beautiful men. (: ...

    It's funny how much more I enjoy this spin off series compared to the original by this author. I think the plot is more intriguing here. ...

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  • Emma Kirton
    Aug 30, 2016

    The third volume is clearly the back story volume: In the first chapter Rasetsu's mum shows up and we get interaction with her and background about Rasetsu's deceased father and the hang-ups she has with his memory. This is used by a haunt and Rasetsu can show off how much she has grow...

    Still meh about Yako as a lead. The introduction of Rasetsu's mother was pretty weak, too. Interesting learning a bit more about the ridiculously nice Aoi, although he still doesn't seem to do much other than provide a slight buffer to the other characters' more abrasive personalitie...

    awwwww aoi is a grade a cutie this volume fleshes out our surrounding characters a bit. we get a storyline with mei's younger brother dai which brings in some of yako's backsory from yurara. also rasetsu realizes she's developing feelings and in the time honoured tradition of sho...

    There was some development. At least for Rasetsu and her feelings toward a certain someone. My thoughts about Kuryu's feelings were confirmed. There was some backstory on Aoi, which was nice because I wasn't really appreciating his role. I did like this volume and I like how the story ...

    I really wish I had volume 4. DARN IT ALL! 5/5 ...

    the comedy is pretty good. 3.5 stars ...

    Is a great book to read ...

    Review to come soon. Blog: nazishreads.net ...

    Good volume. ...

    I'm gonna sound really creepy, but Yako and Kuryu are soooo handsome! Like I'm jealous of Rasetsu for having those two beautiful men. (: ...

    It's funny how much more I enjoy this spin off series compared to the original by this author. I think the plot is more intriguing here. ...

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  • Sara Maria
    Jul 06, 2017

    The third volume is clearly the back story volume: In the first chapter Rasetsu's mum shows up and we get interaction with her and background about Rasetsu's deceased father and the hang-ups she has with his memory. This is used by a haunt and Rasetsu can show off how much she has grow...

    Still meh about Yako as a lead. The introduction of Rasetsu's mother was pretty weak, too. Interesting learning a bit more about the ridiculously nice Aoi, although he still doesn't seem to do much other than provide a slight buffer to the other characters' more abrasive personalitie...

    awwwww aoi is a grade a cutie this volume fleshes out our surrounding characters a bit. we get a storyline with mei's younger brother dai which brings in some of yako's backsory from yurara. also rasetsu realizes she's developing feelings and in the time honoured tradition of sho...

    There was some development. At least for Rasetsu and her feelings toward a certain someone. My thoughts about Kuryu's feelings were confirmed. There was some backstory on Aoi, which was nice because I wasn't really appreciating his role. I did like this volume and I like how the story ...

    I really wish I had volume 4. DARN IT ALL! 5/5 ...

    the comedy is pretty good. 3.5 stars ...

    Is a great book to read ...

    Review to come soon. Blog: nazishreads.net ...

    Good volume. ...

    I'm gonna sound really creepy, but Yako and Kuryu are soooo handsome! Like I'm jealous of Rasetsu for having those two beautiful men. (: ...

    It's funny how much more I enjoy this spin off series compared to the original by this author. I think the plot is more intriguing here. ...

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  • Julie Pham
    Oct 28, 2017

    The third volume is clearly the back story volume: In the first chapter Rasetsu's mum shows up and we get interaction with her and background about Rasetsu's deceased father and the hang-ups she has with his memory. This is used by a haunt and Rasetsu can show off how much she has grow...

    Still meh about Yako as a lead. The introduction of Rasetsu's mother was pretty weak, too. Interesting learning a bit more about the ridiculously nice Aoi, although he still doesn't seem to do much other than provide a slight buffer to the other characters' more abrasive personalitie...

    awwwww aoi is a grade a cutie this volume fleshes out our surrounding characters a bit. we get a storyline with mei's younger brother dai which brings in some of yako's backsory from yurara. also rasetsu realizes she's developing feelings and in the time honoured tradition of sho...

    There was some development. At least for Rasetsu and her feelings toward a certain someone. My thoughts about Kuryu's feelings were confirmed. There was some backstory on Aoi, which was nice because I wasn't really appreciating his role. I did like this volume and I like how the story ...

    I really wish I had volume 4. DARN IT ALL! 5/5 ...

    the comedy is pretty good. 3.5 stars ...

    Is a great book to read ...

    Review to come soon. Blog: nazishreads.net ...

    Good volume. ...

    I'm gonna sound really creepy, but Yako and Kuryu are soooo handsome! Like I'm jealous of Rasetsu for having those two beautiful men. (: ...

    It's funny how much more I enjoy this spin off series compared to the original by this author. I think the plot is more intriguing here. ...

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  • BambaLina721
    Oct 31, 2016

    The third volume is clearly the back story volume: In the first chapter Rasetsu's mum shows up and we get interaction with her and background about Rasetsu's deceased father and the hang-ups she has with his memory. This is used by a haunt and Rasetsu can show off how much she has grow...

    Still meh about Yako as a lead. The introduction of Rasetsu's mother was pretty weak, too. Interesting learning a bit more about the ridiculously nice Aoi, although he still doesn't seem to do much other than provide a slight buffer to the other characters' more abrasive personalitie...

    awwwww aoi is a grade a cutie this volume fleshes out our surrounding characters a bit. we get a storyline with mei's younger brother dai which brings in some of yako's backsory from yurara. also rasetsu realizes she's developing feelings and in the time honoured tradition of sho...

    There was some development. At least for Rasetsu and her feelings toward a certain someone. My thoughts about Kuryu's feelings were confirmed. There was some backstory on Aoi, which was nice because I wasn't really appreciating his role. I did like this volume and I like how the story ...

    I really wish I had volume 4. DARN IT ALL! 5/5 ...

    the comedy is pretty good. 3.5 stars ...

    Is a great book to read ...

    Review to come soon. Blog: nazishreads.net ...

    Good volume. ...

    I'm gonna sound really creepy, but Yako and Kuryu are soooo handsome! Like I'm jealous of Rasetsu for having those two beautiful men. (: ...

    It's funny how much more I enjoy this spin off series compared to the original by this author. I think the plot is more intriguing here. ...

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