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Please Save My Earth Vol. 12: Please Save My Earth, Volume 12

Please Save My Earth Volume 12

Please Save My Earth, Volume 12
After a psychic battle with fellow moon dreamer Haruhiko, young Rin's injuries gave him plenty of time to dream of his past life as Shion, the moon base's socially dissonant engineer. Now that he's awake, Rin's personality has become muddled. Shion's obsessive drive to save the Earth sporadically overpowers Rin's need to hide his abilities and intentions. The resulting conflict causes emotional trauma for those around him. Worse, he has been found by Tamura and Mikuro, Haruhiko's allies, so Rin must stay alert instead of focusing on his recovery. How much stress can a little boy take?
Saki Hiwatari
176 Pages
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You've Reached The End

You've read Volume 12. Now check out Volume 13!

Please Save My Earth Vol. 13: Please Save My Earth, Volume 13

Please Save My Earth, Volume 13

Please Save My Earth Vol. 13

Shion, the moon base's socially dissonant engineer, had a traumatic life. In carrying Shion's memories, young Rin faces an equally trying existence. First he had to survive a 15-story fall, then an explosive psychic battle. Now, while still recovering, he has been discovered by the diligent Mr. Tamura, a potential threat to his plans. Worse, Alice, the object of Rin's affections, has become unconsciously attuned to her own past life. Although Rin claims to be the reincarnation of the mild-mannered doctor Shukaido, Alice suspects the truth, forcing Rin to cruelly drive her away. Now the pressure has come to a head. Rin must take drastic measures as his world is torn apart.
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