White Garden
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White Garden


Type: One-shot
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: 1
Status: Finished
Published: Not available
Genres: Comedy Comedy, Slice of Life Slice of Life
Serialization: None
Authors: Kong yuu, Nan (Story & Art)


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Ranked: #73502
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One-shotKong yuu, Nan (Story & Art)
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The advancement of technology allow humans to develop animals into a creatures which pertain animal characteristics but possess human appearance. The main character of this manga, Zhan, is one such dog.

White Garden follows the life of Zhan who was neglected by his first master, a grieving young man who treated him as a replacement to his dead beloved, when he was young. He later found friendship in his second master (a young boy), only to lose it due to a tragic accident. The tragedy of losing masters causes him to lose his voice and grow distant. As he's older, his kindness won him the compassion of an old woman who later became his friend and his third master, but those happy days did not last. Ultimately, he found true love and happiness in his fourth and final master, a young girl with a short lifespan.

The manga contains 2 one-shots entitled 'Natural Selection' and 'Silver Snow'.


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Jan 30, 2011
This is a wonderfully sweet and tender shoujo one-shot. I don't want to say too much and give everything away...

It's a world where pets look like humans (with animal ears). A kind old lady makes friends with one dog, Zhan, and eventually decides to take him home with her. Zhan comes to love the old woman very much, but eventually....

The ending was quite sad, and I cried. Even though the plot seems simplistic, the story was presented very well. Enough to make me sympathize with the characters, and wring my heart out within a mere 33 pages.

The art ...


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