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Bokura no Kiseki (Manga)

Bokura no Kiseki

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Synonyms: Our Miracle
Japanese: ボクラノキセキ


Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: 2008 to ?
Authors: Kumeta, Natsuo (Story & Art)
Serialization: Zero-Sum WARD


Score: 8.131 (scored by 1038 users)
Ranked: #6692
Popularity: #1165
Members: 3,764
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From a young age, Minami Harusumi has had recurring dreams of Veronica, a princess whose kingdom is on the verge of destruction. He believes them to be recollections of his past life, and that he is her reincarnation. Because of this, he is ridiculed by his classmates. One day, when the mockery escalates into bullying, he rediscovers magic—something Veronica had studied and used. Reassured his past life is not merely a fantasy, Minami tries to learn more about his past memories and the reason behind them...

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Hiroki, Yuu
Minami, Harusumi
Schreiber, Glenn
Takao, Haruko
Arce, Peter

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Dec 30, 2013
Bokura no Kiseki asks a simple question, "If you had been reincarnated, and you could find out about your past, how much and why would you want to know?"

The questions later pile on--"If you held certain power in your hands, what would you do with it?"

The Story ~
The story starts off rather peculiarly. A young man, Minami Harasumi, strangely relates to a princess from the Middle Ages--Princess Veronica of Zerestria--and he himself is certain that he is the princess in reincarnation. Peculiar. But it doesn't stop there. While he is the only one who believes he is a reincarnation at first, others in his read more
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Feb 2, 2015
This is an amazing manga and definitely a hidden gem. Anyone who loves a good plot should read it! Heck, anyone should read it! It's that good.

Story: 10
The plot is great. It's solid and very well-crafted. There are tons of unexpected twists and the story just keeps pulling you along for the ride. Little nuances you wouldn't notice in the beginning pop up later to have meaning.
There's plenty of action. The magic in this story is pretty cool. Romance doesn't play that big of a role, so don't expect a bunch of fluff scenes.

Art: 9
Art is enjoyable to look at, but some characters look very read more
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Sep 29, 2012
When one sees the shojo label on this they may be scared, but the truth is, its quite the opposite. Although it can be considered shojo, it is completely different and unique and presented in a refreshing way that anyone a fan of shonen or even seinens can appreciate.

The tale is relatively unique, however not completely new. The main protagonist is a male by the name of Inami Harusumi, who has the mind of a princess named Veronica, from hundreds of years ago. After an incident at school and happily getting with the girl he liked an incident occured and several of his classmates ended read more
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Both are about characters retaining/remembering their past lives. We see how their past live's memories will affect their present lives. NG Life is more about main male lead dealing with his feeling for his current and past love. Bokura no Kiseki is more about trying to remember more of their past lives, finding why they're able to remember and to learn about the reason behind the attack on the castle.
Both are about a boy who dreams about his past life as a girl.
Aruosumente and Bokura no Kiseki both have magic and medieval components and a mystery that the main character has to figure out. They both have large casts and complex plots. Bokura no Kiseki is more complex and mysterious but if you love it check out Aruosumente. The mc's are both male characters in a josei/ shoujo but they are not typical of that genre at all. The mc of Aruosumente is a contemplative loner while the mc of Bokura is more outgoing, straightforward and friendly so their personalities are very different but both of them are puzzled by mysteries involving their courts and countries and both use magic, they also both were in zero-sum ward.
Both have people who have exclusive powers.
Both involve magic.
Both involve medieval kingdoms feuding with each other.
Both involve treachery and manipulation.
Both are highly intriguing and well presented.
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These 2 mangas have so much in common - I love it ^0^ Both can be dark at times, as well as occasionally humorous - consist of a large cast , involve past lives, magic, plot twists, violence, romance, a Victorian setting, morally gray characters, brotherly love (not in an incest way), a mystery involving an incident which occurred at a castle - many years before the main cast was born , and characters looking for the answers involving their lost memories (relating to their past lives.) And maybe, and I say MAYBE, imply shoujo/shounen ai themes - but mostly have straight *cannon* pairings in both mangas. Plus both have characters named Glen. Hmm ... it's creepy how much they have in common XD
Both are about people remembering their past lives. They search for others who are related to their past life events. Having meetings, trying to remember more of their past life memories. They retain their power from past life, 'esper power' for PSME, magic for BoK. Both also has 1 person who doesn't want to and afraid of remembering.

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