Sweet Revolution (Yaoi)

Sweet Revolution (Yaoi)

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by Yukine Honami, Serubo Suzuki
     
 
  • Tatsuki and Ohta are two beings from a supernatural, mystical realm masquerading as "cousins" in the human world. Tatsuki is in fact the successor to Ryu-Oh, the dragon king, and possesses the power of the Nyoi-Houshu, a magical dagger. Ohta is a Zashiki Warashi, a protective house-spirit without a home and is also Tatsuki's subservient lover.

Overview

  • Tatsuki and Ohta are two beings from a supernatural, mystical realm masquerading as "cousins" in the human world. Tatsuki is in fact the successor to Ryu-Oh, the dragon king, and possesses the power of the Nyoi-Houshu, a magical dagger. Ohta is a Zashiki Warashi, a protective house-spirit without a home and is also Tatsuki's subservient lover. When their human classmate Koushi Misaki accidentally witness the two having sex, he mistakenly believes that Tatsuki is forcing the quiet Ohta into it, and he resolves to break the two apart. Tatsuki and Ohta have escaped to the human realm to avoid
    Tatsuki's marriage, which would have to take place if he is to become the new ruler. Even when he learns that Ryu-Oh is dying, Tatsuki refuses to return to his own realm. But when Ohta is gravely injured in a car accident, the only way to save him is to return to the home world. There, Ohta recovers, and it is discovered that his power of purification is able to restore the purity of
    Ryu-Oh's Houshu (treasure-sphere, the source of his magical power), thus bringing Ryu-oh back to health.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781569709108
Publisher:
Digital Manga Publishing
Publication date:
03/15/2006
Series:
Yaoi Series
Edition description:
Not Appropriate For Children
Pages:
216
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 8.30(h) x 0.80(d)
Age Range:
16 Years

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Sweet Revolution 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Guest More than 1 year ago
I personally like yaoi, as guilty of a confession as it is, but this manga serves it's purpose well. It was interesting with a good plot, confusing less than most anime and manga, funny at times, heart-thribing at times, and definately engaging. Once you pick it up you're not likely to put it down. It was well worth the $13 and i hope there's a sequal. The lemon was lesser than expected...good...but it's only flaw was the ending. It wasn't satisfying