I've read some terrible manga in my life because I didn't realize they were terrible until I had already committed to a large chunk of the story. This is the case for this disaster of a story, I was too far in and couldn't pull out.
The story is crap. The art is amazing. The shounen-ai is suggested but should be considered nonexistent.
The story is about a Japanese transfer student who becomes a student at some European, English speaking boarding school. The school has no administrative rules and there is a caste system, with the King making up all the rules through a process
involving "games." I don't know, it wasn't really explained other than used as an excuse for bullying. I guess you can think of the school itself as some giant metaphor like in Angel Beat or After-School Nightmare. Anyway, there's intense bullying, some complex back story involving murder, and the endurance of friendship.
It's a pretty crap story, but it's only 9 chapters so that's 30 minutes of my life I'm never getting back.