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Bokura no Koi wa Shi ni Itaru Yamai no You de

Bokura no Koi wa Shi ni Itaru Yamai no You de

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Synonyms: Our Love is as Painful as Reaching Death
Japanese: 僕らの恋は死にいたる病のようで


Type: Manga
Volumes: 3
Chapters: 20
Status: Finished
Published: 2010 to 2011
Genres: Drama, Romance, Shoujo
Authors: Kurumatani, Haruko (Story & Art)
Serialization: Mobile Flower


Score: 6.741 (scored by 1811 users)
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Ranked: #125882
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Popularity: #2452
Members: 4,104
Favorites: 34
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As children, twins Umi and Sora became acquainted with a four-year old Beniko. Years later, Umi has moved away, and Sora confessed to Beniko that he'll propose to her when she turns 18. But when Sora dies in a traffic accident, why does Umi appear before Beniko looking and acting just like Sora?

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Jun 4, 2014
henyome (All reviews)
The grave mistake here is that this manga isn't correctly tagged as psychological—which it should be. Yet even without that tag, it almost requires a warning label. There is a high chance it will make your stomach churn, why? Because this manga portrays an abusive relationship—one built on hate, guilt, repression, and resentment. The foundation of their relationship is deceit, which makes it rocky and unstable. This series neither excuses nor glorifies the abuse, however, if only because the abuse is so apparent and outrageous that it's impossible for you not to feel squicky about it.

There is no denying that Umi is sick and twisted. read more
Feb 27, 2016
Chisamaneko (All reviews)
First of all lets be clear about the genre of this manga.

This is definitely R18+ for readers who cant stand smut genre this is not the manga for you. basically its phycological based plot so it is difficult to understand each of the characters and why they behave/react the way they do.

the manga highlights the difficulties in loving & lusting someone you shouldn't (not incest). The boy's love for the girl is very twisted, as he is conflicted between hating and loving her, thus he abuses her for causing him such pain. the "horrific" scenes in the chapters are drawn in a modest read more
Jan 12, 2016
Natsugu (All reviews)
R +18 (lol)

Okay, this manga should have the psychological genre tag in it. Plus, the sexual scenes almost worked perfectly with the psychological impact this manga gives (every chapter has it).

There were some things that pissed me off, though. It was too predictable, the ending felt rushed and that main character was a slut (just had to say it).

The reasons for the guy's actions are way too obvious and it feels like the manga is giving away the ending already. Unfortunately, it did end the way I predicted, though the "action" in the ending was unexpected and giving me WTF thoughts at the same time. read more
May 30, 2016
whaticallmyself (All reviews)
It's amazing, and I can really understand the characters, despite the fact that I haven't gone through a similar scenario. I am personally quite cold-hearted, but I was able to sympathize with the characters, especially Beniko and her actions to a large extent. It may just be pure chance or coincidence, but to have one twin extremely violent even though both were put through similar situations, it really brings about the magnitude of the emotion or feeling Umi had for Beniko, but at the same time, it was kinda extreme for no apparent reason. It wasn't exactly what you call 'realistic', even though it is read more


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