Flowers Of Evil, Volume 6 by Shuzo OshimiFlowers Of Evil, Volume 6 by Shuzo Oshimi

Flowers Of Evil, Volume 6

byShuzo Oshimi

Paperback | July 9, 2013

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In this sixth volume of The Flowers of Evil, Takao and Nakamura are now deep in the darkness. After creating their own secret world in the rice paddies of rural Gunma, someone who resented their relationship attempted to destroy that haven, in an attempt to disrupt the beautiful chaos the pair had created.

Now the duo have been wrongly-accused of a crime, and their previous hijinks -including many school pranks- have placed them in an awkward position within their tiny community. Furthermore local authorities now involved and are more than willing to blame all strange behavior this small town has seen recently on the two teens.

Is this the end of this drama? Will being treated as outcasts in their own community keep these two from crossing over to the other side?!

No! It is just the end of the second arc...
At only 30 years of age, Shuzo Oshimi is already considered a seasoned veteran of the Japanese comics community. Winner of the most important comics awards for newcomers, the Tetsuya Chiba Award in 2001, Oshimi has been penning quirky slice-of-life dramas now for a decade for major manga publishers such as Kodansha and Futabasha. ...
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Title:Flowers Of Evil, Volume 6Format:PaperbackDimensions:200 pages, 7.1 × 5 × 0.6 inPublished:July 9, 2013Publisher:Kodansha USALanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1935654918

ISBN - 13:9781935654919

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