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Please Save My Earth Vol. 4: Please Save My Earth, Volume 4

Please Save My Earth Volume 4

Please Save My Earth, Volume 4
Rin knows almost everything now, but he's keeping it to himself. When he met the others, Rin lied, claiming he was Shukaido, the age difference due to being reborn twice. In truth, Haruhiko is the reincarnation of Shukaido, and Rin has made sure he knows the reason behind their age difference--Skukaido's treachery, which left Shion alone on the moon for nine maddening years! Shion's obsession to protect Earth has been passed on to Rin, who is intent on destroying the Moon Base and all traces of their potentially Earth-destroying past. Overwhelmed by his past life, Haruhiko has cut himself off from everyone. When Tamura insists on talking to him, he sees more than he bargained for--including Haruhiko disappearing in front of his eyes! Having teleported to a river, the distraught Haruhiko jumps in! Issei and Sakura happen to spot him and try to save him. Will Issei make it in time?
Saki Hiwatari
191 Pages
$6.99

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Please Save My Earth Vol. 5: Please Save My Earth, Volume 5

Please Save My Earth, Volume 5

Please Save My Earth Vol. 5

The moon-dreamers seem to be falling apart. Between her brother's meddling and Jinpachi's reaction to her engagement with Rin, Alice may never go to another meeting. Issei's not too enthusiastic about going, either--especially after his frustration at reliving Enju's pain inspired him to kiss Jinpachi! In his monopoly of information, Rin throws the others a bone, telling Haruhiko to meet them as Shion. Tamura's willing to wait for Haruhiko to come to him about his problems, but he's throwing all his free-time and connections at Haruhiko's strange situation and the mystery of Takashi's tormentor, "S." From Mikuro, an old friend's psychic brother, Tamura has learned Haruhiko's powers may not be human. But Tamura will soon leave Tokyo to accompany Takashi, who's transferring to a school in Kyoto for safety's sake. The combination of Tamura's leaving and Rin's new scheme has made Haruhiko suddenly desperate to see Tamura...
200 Pages
$6.99

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