Zombie-Loan, Volume 2

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Overview

Three classmates who make their living (literally!) by acting as agents of the Z Loan office and dispatching zombies, Chika Akatsuki, Shito Tachibana, and Michiry Kita are hot on the trail of an elusive psychopath know as "The Butterfly." But as if serial killers and zombies weren't enough to worry about, poor Mirchiru's barely had a chance to get used to her new digs, her new life...And what's this? A new member!? Chika's friend Shiba joins the teen trio as they solve riddle after riddle and get ever closer to ...
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Overview

Three classmates who make their living (literally!) by acting as agents of the Z Loan office and dispatching zombies, Chika Akatsuki, Shito Tachibana, and Michiry Kita are hot on the trail of an elusive psychopath know as "The Butterfly." But as if serial killers and zombies weren't enough to worry about, poor Mirchiru's barely had a chance to get used to her new digs, her new life...And what's this? A new member!? Chika's friend Shiba joins the teen trio as they solve riddle after riddle and get ever closer to the madman's lair. Can Muchiru survive life as a bounty hunter...!?
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781616793661
  • Publisher: Hachette Book Group USA
  • Publication date: 2/13/2008
  • Series: Zombie-Loan Series, #2
  • Pages: 192
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 7.50 (h) x 0.80 (d)

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PEACH-PIT is female mangaka duo known for its illustrations of pretty girls (bishoujo) and is composed of Shibuko Ebara and Banri Sendo. The duo derives its name from the Beverly Hills 90210 hangout, the Peach-Pit. Two of their series have been made into anime series in Japan: DearS and Rozen Maiden. You can visit them online at their official website, p-pit.net.

PEACH-PIT is female mangaka duo known for its illustrations of pretty girls (bishoujo) and is composed of Shibuko Ebara and Banri Sendo. The duo derives its name from the Beverly Hills 90210 hangout, the Peach-Pit. Two of their series have been made into anime series in Japan: DearS and Rozen Maiden. You can visit them online at their official website, p-pit.net.

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  • Posted November 29, 2011

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    Okay

    Though the story is getting interesting and the art style is, different.

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  • Posted April 14, 2011

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    Following up from my previous review on Vol 1. Volume 2 has added a handful of new characters, and the previous ones are given more insight on how they are, who they were, and on the terms of how their situation has affected them. It HAS gotten a bit more interesting and has me turning the pages to find out what happens next, and what kind of grossness (I don't often see gore/graphic scenes) am I going to see on the next page. On to Volume 3.

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  • Posted May 23, 2009

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    my love of this book

    this book has great creativity and its a big thriller,but a little to bloody for my taste.The author did and amassing job on the characters and plot.The book had a great hook I must say.I never got bored of reading it I mean that there was never a moment I didn't want to turn the page,it sent chills up my spine it.All in all it was a great book and I can't wait to read more books from this author.=D

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