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Koi no Kawaki

Koi no Kawaki

Alternative Titles

English: Thirsty for Love
Synonyms: Be Thirsty of Love
Japanese: 恋の渇き

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 6
Status: Finished
Published: Jul 2001
Genres: Drama, School, Yaoi
Authors: Honami, Yukine (Art), Takaguchi, Satosumi (Story)
Serialization: None

Statistics

Score: 6.611 (scored by 886 users)
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Ranked: N/A2
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Popularity: #4376
Members: 1,501
Favorites: 7
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Volumes: /1
Chapters: /6

Synopsis

Orie Nakano's girlfriend is cheating on him with two other men! One is the mysteriously untouchable Tatsumi, and the other is the basketball-playing upperclassman that Orie idolizes. But things are far from being as simple as they seem, and now the three men are inevitably pulled towards each other and bond together by their love for Yuka, which extends much farther than just the girl herself. Love, admiration and lust intermingle around them in an inescapble spiral in this coming of age sexy romance.

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Aki_Suzuki
Oct 10, 2010
There's only two kind of feelings in this manga: hate and love. You could hate it because of Yuuka's unfair disloyalty, or the way Orie reacts, or the way the three boys make their mind. Or, you could love it beacuse of the story and the ending, or simply because you like threesome. It's a wonderful manga; you can read it once and once and once again. Highly recomended.
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mzpasaway13
Oct 31, 2012
True enough, as the other reviewer said, this manga is simply love or hate. Either you like it or you love it. And it is pretty obvious, I belong to the ones who hate this manga.

Koi no Kawaki directs to the emotional appeal of the person reading it. That love and relationship is not just for two person involved in it, it can be for more. It says that love is complex and is a bittersweet situation, and sometimes even selfish, as in the case of Yuka getting three men all at the same time.

The mangaka tries to reason why she did this and that, read more
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RaawrImaDinosaur
Feb 19, 2013
I agree with the other reviewers. It's a Manga you can either love or hate. I was kind of on the fence for the majority of the story. I dislike how the boys treated Orie and I dislike how Orie went to them in the end, but the art was excellent and, the story was rather... unique. Brilliant, even.

I suppose you can say I'm on the side of the haters, but I respect the way that the mangaka handled the story. Whether you hate it or not, it really is rather unique-that much I think we can all agree on.
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