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Boku wa Kimi no Tori ni Naritai.

Boku wa Kimi no Tori ni Naritai.

Alternative Titles

English: I want to become your bird.
Japanese: 僕は君の鳥になりたい。

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 5
Status: Finished
Published: Aug 10, 2005
Genres: Drama, Romance, Yaoi
Authors: Homerun Ken (Story & Art)
Serialization: None

Statistics

Score: 7.621 (scored by 1983 users)
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Ranked: N/A2
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Popularity: #1981
Members: 3,282
Favorites: 25
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Synopsis

Koyama Kei lost his mother when he was still in elementary school and never connected again with his distant, workaholic father. The only real light in his home life is his sister Moe: a bright college student who obviously adores him. But Kei has intimacy issues that even his sister can't pick up on.

15-year-old Kei has never been in love, but he has sex with anyone who shows him interest. While he's in someone else's arms, he can forget the void in his own life.

One day in late Spring, Koyama discovers what's missing: a slightly spacey med-student named Fuji. Unfortunately, Fuji is his sister's boyfriend.

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Characters

Koyama, Kei
Koyama, Kei
Main
Fuji, Daisuke
Fuji, Daisuke
Main
Akatsuka, Rintarou
Akatsuka, Rintarou
Supporting
Koyama, Moe
Koyama, Moe
Supporting


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ShySorrow
Jan 5, 2009
I liked this one from the very beginning. The story wasn't the deepest drama, but the character Kei was sympathetic. The pace was even, the artwork appealing, and one could understand some of Kei's needs perfectly. I loved his outspoken nature, and the flashes of humour were really witty. Overall, I really admired the characters of Fujii and Kei's honest answers. I get really frustrated in manga or anime when characters are portrayed as never speaking their minds, being honest about their feelings, or correcting someone's bad behavior or rudeness. You don't have to worry about that in this manga. Straight up honesty! Great stuff read more
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