Camelot Garden manga by Yuki Kaori
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  • I feel a little disappointed because the ending is just too sad

    • by meorly

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      Again another manga has caught my attention with its’ fancy title. Camelot Garden is a one shot manga by Yuki Kaori the same mangaka of Boys Next Door. The manga is a mix genre of fantasy, gender bender, mystery, psychological, shoujo, and tragedy.

      The story is about the mysterious adventure of Ryu who wakes up and finds himself in a strange all-boys-school. He finds someone that looks like the girl he was looking for but the one he saw is a guy but have the same name, Claribel.

      The students in the school are ranked like the cards in a deck and Claribel happens to be the white card, he can heal anyone that has wounds by letting them drink his blood so everyone seeks his favor including this Joker. The Joker is a mysterious person that kills anyone who gets near to Claribel and Ryu is in danger.

      Ryu slowly loses his memory and gets his life in danger but all he knows is that he is looking for Claribel.

      I didn’t get the manga at ...

      • first but after giving it another read I finally gave it a little comprehension.

        What I liked a lot about this manga is the drawing style. Claribel was really pretty, I didn’t even know that he was actually a boy on a part of the story and the way the Joker was drawn gives a lot of suspense on his character.

        The story was great, getting a deck of cards to represent a character was very original and it got to fit in just one chapter. The ending

        was really sad, I had hopes that the two main characters would even meet.

        I feel a little disappointed because the ending is just too sad. The manga is a good psychological genre manga and it was totally out of my predictions.

        There are also bits of shounen-ai or boys love and also horror in the manga just that it wasn’t given much emphasis. If you want to read some not the usual shoujo manga, you should give Camelot Garden a try and it isn’t bad for a one shot manga.

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