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Rakuda Tsukai to Ouji no Yoru

Rakuda Tsukai to Ouji no Yoru

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Night of the Cameller and the Prince, Oboreru Sakana, Drowning Fish, Ibitsu na Kakera, Broken Pieces, Kusatta Rasen, Rotten Spiral, Ayaui Kyouen
Japanese: ラクダ使いと王子の夜

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Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 6
Status: Finished
Published: Aug 28, 2012 to Nov 19, 2013
Authors: Takagi, Shigeyoshi (Story & Art)
Serialization: Be x Boy GOLD

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Score: 7.371 (scored by 1509 users)
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Ranked: N/A2
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Popularity: #2503
Members: 2,638
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Synopsis

1. Rakuda Tsukai to Ouji no Yoru (Night of the Cameleer and the Prince)
2. Rakuda Tsukai ga Kieta Asa
3. Oboreru Sakana (Drowning Fish)
4. Ibitsu na Kakera (Broken Pieces)
5. Kusatta Rasen (Rotten Spiral)
6. Ayaui Kyouen

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kusare-en
Aug 29, 2013
Mod Note: This review was initially posted for the one-shot, Ibitsu na Kakera, and was subsequently merged into Rakuda Tsukai to Ouji no Yoru.

Story and Character (7/10 & 6/10): When I saw this manga labeled as psychological and tragedy on mangafox, I thought how bad can it be? After all, it was written by Ogawa Chise who churned out two of the cutest yaoi manga - Gosan no Heart and Kono Ore... It was not too psychologically disturbing, but it shocked me nonetheless. Anyways, the story as a whole has been done before, but it has a pretty interesting and disturbing twist. The characters were read more
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Belle_Chretien
Oct 9, 2014
This manga was mind-blowing for me. The first two stories were wonderful. Rakuda Tsukai to Ouji no Yoru (the first story) danced through the themes of romance and comedy, as well as explored deeper concepts such as personal duty and belonging, such that the reader is left with this lovely and rich tale of love. Moreover, the characters, with their realistic personalities and innocent approach to love, were delightful.

As for the Rakuda Tsukai ga Kieta Asa (second story), the author provides a different take on love, one which is entwined with sombre and sad ideas, like the consequences of broken homes, such that read more
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damnitkids
Jan 25, 2014
Mod Note: This review was initially posted for the one-shot, Kusatta Rasen, and was subsequently merged into Rakuda Tsukai to Ouji no Yoru.

the cover didn't explain much, nor did the summary so i ventured on a mystery read. this oneshot is very heavy with the dark and psychological side and progresses more to that as the story goes on. the characters are not lovable, or even likable at all. what i felt while reading this was pity, though that's not exclusive to everyone. the dark cloud aside, art is wonderful and is very fitting to the story's atmosphere.

anyway, it was a good read. unique story. read more
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