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Please Save My Earth Vol. 14: Please Save My Earth, Volume 14

Please Save My Earth Volume 14

Please Save My Earth, Volume 14
Possessing the memories of Shion, the moon base's socially dissonant engineer, young Rin is driven by his past life to protect the Earth. After a brutal conflict, Rin's identity has been revealed to the resourceful Mr. Tamura, a friend of two of Rin's pawns. After his mother breaks down from the pressure, Rin flees his hospital bed to find unexpected allies amongst strangers. While Rin recovers, the others are left in turmoil. During a school trip to Kyoto, three of them seek out Mr. Tamura and the reclusive moon dreamer Haruhiko in hopes of finding answers. At last, the memories of mystical Mokuren begin to awaken within Alice.
Saki Hiwatari
185 Pages
$6.99

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Please Save My Earth Vol. 15: Please Save My Earth, Volume 15

Please Save My Earth, Volume 15

Please Save My Earth Vol. 15

Driven by secrecy and the memories of the moon base's socially dissonant engineer Shion, young Rin has fled from home to find unexpected allies amongst strangers. On a school trip to Kyoto, the others have met with Mr. Tamura and the reclusive moon dreamer Haruhiko. Finally, they know the shocking truth that Rin is Shion and that Shion was trapped alone on the moon for nine maddening years. All the stress causes the poignant memories of Mokuren to fully awaken within Alice. Once back in Tokyo, Alice's dreams reveal just how tragically difficult it was for Mokuren to grow up as a religious icon.
184 Pages
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