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Japanese: アリーズ


Type: Manga
Volumes: 20
Chapters: 136
Status: Finished
Published: 1987 to ?
Authors: Fuyuki, Rurika (Story & Art)
Serialization: Princess


Score: 7.451 (scored by 143 users)
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Ranked: #39032
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Members: 554
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Chapters: /136


Fuyuki's modern adaptation of Greek mythology about the love between Hades the God of the Underworld and Persephone, the daughter of Demeter. The Greek gods and goddesses now assume human forms but still retain all their vast powers. All except for high school student, Arisa who for some reason is unable to remember her past incarnation as Persephone and her life with Hades who in this present day is her classmate, Amano. But the strength of their joint destinies is so strong that even without those memories, Arisa falls in love with Amano just like Persephone with Hades hundreds of years ago. But this time, Amano is determined that he will not lose Arisa like in the tragic past. He will protect her even if it means going against every immortal being and will not yield her to Zeus who wants to unlock the secret and the mysterious power that Persephone had then and Arisa has now.


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Aug 11, 2015
I love Greek myths. The ways the Greek of old thought the world worked was fascinating to me. I was first introduced to them in the second grade, when my teacher would read us myths after lunch.

I lost touch with Greek myths until I read the Percy Jackson series about three years ago. I loved this series and how it told of the gods' modern whereabouts and how they impacted modern day society.

I also happen to love shoujo. It's probably one of my favorite genres (though it's technically a demographic). If I find a shoujo I mildly enjoy, I'll probably read the read more
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