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Three Wolves Mountain

Three Wolves Mountain

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Japanese: Three Wolves Mountain

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Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 5
Status: Finished
Published: Dec 28, 2001 to Apr 28, 2003
Genres: Fantasy, Yaoi
Authors: Naono, Bohra (Story & Art)
Serialization: Be x Boy GOLD

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Score: 7.591 (scored by 1180 users)
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Ranked: N/A2
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Popularity: #3763
Members: 1,975
Favorites: 21
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Synopsis

Way up in the mountains, far from any major cities or towns, Kaya Susugi runs a small cafe by day and guards a haunted cemetery by night. Then, one night, he comes across werewolf brothers Tarou and Jirou. Cheerful but klutzy younger brother Jirou quickly falls head over heels for the capable loner Kaya. What results is a dive into the hot, tail-twitching delight of werewolf mating season!

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Feb 11, 2014
kazumaxayano (All reviews)
Here's the thing about this manga: it begins with a screech. That's how it felt! It was like something was grating my brain! I was all, "What happened to Naono sensei!? Give me back my beloved mangaka! I want Renai Nenrei back!"
But I guess she was just testing us to see if we are truly Naono lovers (:D) because by the second chapter it's back to the usual Naono awesomeness of hot (old) men, cute lovers, huge age gaps and adorable comedic situations. Oh, and let's not forget the smutty parts, ha?

The characters really annoyed me at the beginning. I thought Susugi-san was just an read more
Dec 31, 2015
illuminae (All reviews)
I really wanted to like this book, but several factors prevented me from doing so.

One: The art style. I really did not like it. I found it drab, hard to look at, and just plain bad. Keep in mind, I am critiquing it based on my own personal preferences; you may like it, even if I don't. However, it felt crudely drawn to me and there was a few instances of hair-covered eyes still showing through clearly, as if their eyes are located on their hair and not in the socket. I hate that.

Two: Jiro. He was whiny, bratty, and always needed saving. He cried read more

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