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Hitsuji no Uta

Hitsuji no Uta

Alternative Titles

English: Lament of the Lamb
Japanese: 羊のうた


Type: Manga
Volumes: 7
Chapters: 47
Status: Finished
Published: Nov 25, 1995 to Sep 30, 2002
Authors: Toume, Kei (Story & Art)
Serialization: Comic Birz


Score: 7.431 (scored by 1798 users)
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Ranked: #40542
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Popularity: #1453
Members: 4,349
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Volumes: /7
Chapters: /47


The members of the Takashiro family share a terrible curse: only human blood can quench their thirst. Sent away after the death of his mother, Kuzuna Takashiro remained blissfully unaware of his 'condition.' When Kazuna's teenage hormones begin to rage, his uncontrollable bloodlust suddenly rears its head...

(Source: Tokyopop)


Hitsuji no Uta was published in English as Lament of the Lamb by Tokyopop.

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Nov 21, 2007
I was pleasantly surprised at how much I enjoyed this manga. I'm actually not that fond of horror or depressing series, but I picked it up because in a recc it mentioned vampires.

I'm not quite sure how to review this, to be honest. There's just something about the story that draws you in and doesn't let you go until the end. I think the story is fabulous; it keeps a nice steady pace throughout the volumes, never speeding up to the point where you find yourself at a loss as to what's going on, or lagging too much and causing disinterest.

The art is beautiful. Not read more
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Apr 24, 2011
Quite honestly, I was surprised by how much this manga drew me in. I find that it's usually only the very good, but little-known manga that have this kind of pull on people. Anything that I write probably won't do Hitsuji no Uta justice, but I'll try anyways.

The characters are extremly dynamic, and in a good way. Throughout the story, they change, mature, move forward, backwards, and forward once more. There is also nothing that is completely certain in this manga; it seems to lack the usual stereotypes and absolute courses of action that most manga are riddled with (not that read more
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