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Cat and dog mangahere

Kobo ebook | May 23, 2014

In a city where humans and creatures are one, a boy and his cat become enemies. While the boy is caught up in a deadly struggle, the cat makes an unexpected escape with a strange power that could change everything.

I can't even call this a manga. More like a series of short stories, each on its own a full length work in and of itself. That makes the fact that this came out as one book not really all that surprising.

I had a hard time getting into this book. It was just so slow going that I just sort of gave up. Then after several weeks I decided to read it one more time, and then another one, and eventually I got to the point where I was starting to enjoy it agn.

I just had no idea that it was going to go on for quite as long as it did. I mean, I was expecting it to be a bit more like how the manga would be if it were published.

Even though it's so short, it does go on for quite a while. But it didn't seem like it was going to go on forever.

Also, there's not much of a plot. I mean, there is, but the plot kind of just kind of meanders along with the mn characters.

I think the author wanted to do something interesting with it. I think he wanted to do something that was more like a prose novel than a manga.

And that's a good thing, because he did it quite well. But at the same time, it was kind of a big mistake to try to write a novel instead of a manga.

I think he would have been better off just having written it as a manga. That's the only way I would have been able to get into it.

Anyway, I did like this manga, but only in small part. It's a book I would recommend, but probably not one I would buy.

I think I did this wrong, but I'm going to do it agn because I really wanted to see what the manga would have been like if it had been written as a full length manga.

In a city where humans and creatures are one, a boy and his cat become enemies. While the boy is caught up in a deadly struggle, the cat makes an unexpected escape with a strange power that could change everything.

I can't even call this a manga. More like a series of short stories, each on its own a full length work in and of itself. That makes the fact that this came out as one book not really all that surprising.

I had a hard time getting into this book. It was just so slow going that I just sort of gave up. Then after several weeks I decided to read it one more time, and then another one, and eventually I got to the point where I was starting to enjoy it agn.

I just had no idea that it was going to go on for quite as long as it did. I mean, I was expecting it to be a bit more like how the manga would be if it were published.

Even though it's so short, it does go on for quite a while. But it didn't seem like it was going to go on forever.

Also, there's not much of a plot. I mean, there is, but the plot kind of just kind of meanders along with the mn characters.

I think the author wanted to do something interesting with it. I think he wanted to do something that was more like a prose novel than a manga.

And that's a good thing, because he did it quite well. But at the same time, it was kind of a big mistake to try to write a novel instead of a manga.

Anyway, I did like this manga, but only in small part. It's a book I would recommend, but probably not one I would buy.

I think I did this wrong, but I'm going to do it agn because I really wanted to see what the manga would have been like if it had been written as a full length manga.

In a city where humans and creatures are one, a boy and his cat become enemies. While the boy is caught up in a deadly struggle, the cat makes an unexpected escape with a strange power that could change everything.

I can't even call this a manga. More like a series of short stories, each on its own a full length work in and of itself. That makes the fact that this came out as one book not really all that surprising.

I had a hard time getting into this book. It was just so slow going that I just sort of gave up. Then after several weeks I decided to read it one more time, and then another one, and eventually I got to the point where I was starting to enjoy it agn.

I just had no idea that it was going to go on for quite as long as it did. I mean, I was expecting it to be a bit more like how the manga would be if it were published.

Even though it's so short, it does go on for quite a while. But it didn't seem like it was going to go on forever.

Also, there's not much of a plot. I mean, there is, but the plot kind of just kind of meanders along with the mn characters.

I think the author wanted to do something interesting with it. I think he wanted to do something that was more like a prose novel than a manga.

And that's a good thing, because he did it quite well. But at the same time, it was kind of a big mistake to try to write a novel instead of a manga.

Anyway, I did like this manga, but only in small part. It's a book I would recommend, but probably not one I would buy.

I think I did this wrong, but I'm going to do it agn because I really wanted to see what the manga would have been like if it had been written as a full length manga.

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