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Gin no Cross to Draculea

Gin no Cross to Draculea

Alternative Titles

English: Silver Cross & Draculea
Synonyms: Gin no Juujika to Draculea
Japanese: 銀の十字架〈クロス〉とドラキュリア


Type: Novel
Volumes: 5
Chapters: 40
Status: Finished
Published: Jul 20, 2012 to Nov 20, 2013
Authors: Totsuki, Yuu (Story), Yasaka, Minato (Art)
Serialization: None


Score: 7.681 (scored by 547 users)
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Ranked: #21512
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Popularity: #3315
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Volumes: /5
Chapters: /40


"Impossible... Why are you not following my orders!? Clearly I sucked your blood, why!?"

On the very first day of high school, the youth subscribing to the philosophy of "absolutely ordinary everyday life," Kujou Hisui, encountered disaster head on: he was attacked by Rushella Daamu Draculea, the vampire who had lost her memory. Rushella was greatly intrigued to find her vampire powers ineffective against Hisui. Not only did she make Hisui's home her own, she even enrolled in his school to stick to him--

Hisui had no choice but to help Rushella regain her memory. But before one crisis could be resolved, many more had risen. With tempting advances from the mysterious Sudou Mei, and kidnapped by the girl from the Supernatural Investigations Section in search of Rushella, Hisui's ordinary life has been replaced by its complete opposite, drama--

Romantic comedy and supernatural action in a school setting!

(Source: Baka-Tsuki)


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Dahm Draculea, Rushella
Kariya, Eruru
Kariya, Eruru
Sudou, Mei
Sudou, Mei
Kujou, Hisui
Kujou, Hisui
Uno, Kirika
Uno, Kirika

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Mar 25, 2015


With the advent of popular literary works focused on Vampires and their peers, along with a lot of negative or degrading public (mostly from Netizens) opinion on the more recent works (which were even adapted to a complete trilogy), people may tend to turn away or be oblivious of other works related to them.

Surprisingly, Gin no Cross is not as bland as anyone might expect. While the concept of vampires as we usually know them came from the west, the premise is developed in a very Japanese atmosphere, with all it's key cultural spices mixed in it. And although a lot of Light Novels or read more
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