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Clean a Wound

Clean a Wound

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English: Clean a Wound


Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Finished
Published: 2009 to 2010
Genres: Drama, Shounen Ai
Authors: Matsumoto, Kentarou (Story & Art)
Serialization: Cab


Score: 7.921 (scored by 12 users)
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Ranked: #180412
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Popularity: #21007
Members: 165
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Twins Itaru and Hajime have no one in this world but each other. After their abusive mother disappears, they are separated and sent to live with different families. They keep in touch via letters, swearing to always be there for each other, but one day, Itaru falls in love with a boy called Ryouta. Hajime is plunged to the depths of despair and stops reading Itaru’s letters, blaming his brother for abandoning him. And then Itaru dies in a car accident a few months later, clutching one last letter meant for Hajime. What did Itaru want to get off his chest? What part did Ryouta play in Itaru’s death? And who is this mysterious novelist who may just be Hajime’s salvation?

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Feb 20, 2013
greigh (All reviews)
When I really like a story, I read it over and over and over. I treat it much the same as I would my new favorite song that’s just on repeat, repeat, repeat. I’m sure I’m not alone in this. However, there are some stories that, though I’d like nothing more than to dive into them for days on end, I just can’t. They’re too much for me to handle. Matsumoto Kentaro’s debut title, Clean a Wound, is one such story. I’ve only managed to read it from cover to cover twice and my cheeks were streaked with tears both times.

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