Bloody Kiss, Volume 1

Bloody Kiss, Volume 1

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by Kazuko Furumiya
     
 

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ISBN-13:
9781427815798
Publisher:
TOKYOPOP
Publication date:
08/04/2009
Pages:
208
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 7.40(h) x 0.70(d)

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Bloody Kiss Volume 1 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 19 reviews.
shojo_addict More than 1 year ago
After the Twilight saga, teenage girls honestly should be sick of vampires. A story can only be written so many times, right? Wrong!!! EVERY single vampire story I've read provides some kind of different twist on their supernatural powers. While vampire love stories always equal angst, Bloody Kiss is also surprisingly light-hearted. There's a lot of playful banter between Kuroboshi and Kiyo. Oh, and Alshu may also remind Fruits Basket fans of a certain someone from the Magnificent Trio: Ayame. XD
ms.dark More than 1 year ago
This book was really good! Anyone who like vampire/romance stories this one is really good for you than. It has fantastic art!
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SleepDreamWrite More than 1 year ago
Girl inherits mansion from her Grandma and finds that there two people living there who are well...vampires. Kiyo is a strong main character. Story and art work are really good.
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i see all the proof that its just amazing and i am going to read it but boo hoo ~~~ :( i dont have any money ~~~~~i think i will soon find out and tell you guys
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By reading the first volume of this book I was in expectation of the second. I actually had to buy it through BN.com, couldn't find it in any local stores. I love the character Kuroboshi. He like most vampires I've read about was very determine and even kocky in his efforts to secure his bride Kiyo. But... there wasn't enough Alushu, Kuroboshi's attendant from vol one, for me. I really liked him and for how much they had him in vol one, it seemed like he was going to play a larger role in vol two. Also There was to much school for my taste, it took away from plot of him trying to suck her blood. True he wanted to just be near her but I felt it was just feeler information. Lastly, I hate when they end a manga with only two books. There could have been so much more to the story is all. Saying all this I still loved the beautifully drawn characters and interesting plot. I was just expecting a bit more.
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I read the sampler packet that came with Fruits Basket 23 (which is the last edition of the series...sad) and this is the second story in it, and from the little that you get to read in that sampler, it was very good! I can't wait to finish reading the book(s)!