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Watashi ni Uso wo Tsuite

Watashi ni Uso wo Tsuite

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Tell Me A Lie
Japanese: 私にウソをついて

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Type: One-shot
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: 1
Status: Finished
Published: 2007
Authors: Aoyama, Gosho (Story)
Serialization: Young Sunday (Weekly)

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Score: 6.621 (scored by 1012 users)
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Ranked: #118292
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Popularity: #4218
Members: 1,560
Favorites: 6
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Tell Me A Lie is about a girl, Terumi Arai, who has the ability to read a person's mind when she looks into their eyes.

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nonbinaryshinji
Jun 12, 2011
I'm going to start this off by just putting it out there that the author of this, Gosho Aoyama is my favorite mangaka. With that in mind, I went into this leaving all my love of Aoyama-sensei and his previous works at the doorstep, and that isn't very hard to do really since the plot of this is quite different from what he's written before, the only real similarity being his very unique art style.

The story of this is good and enjoyable, but it's something that's been done before, and better. Also there's also the fact that the protagonist, Terumi, is supposed to be able read more
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hikotaru
Feb 16, 2010
The very first moment I saw the page I knew it: Aoyama Gosho. There was no way I was mistaken and for real, it was a One Shot by him!^^ Yay. His drawings are worth the read. I am impressed by his style. There are few mangakas who are able to draw every manga similiar. It's distinctive.
The One Shot was rather shorto but I think it's typical for Aoyama Gosho. I wasn't impressed but he didn't disappoint me. All in all, I was pleased with it.
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