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Please Save My Earth Vol. 20: Please Save My Earth, Volume 20

Please Save My Earth Volume 20

Please Save My Earth, Volume 20
Rin is finally face to face with Alice again, and he is determined to get the computer password she used in her past life on the KK moon base. But even in the face of his vicious threats, Alice steadfastly refuses--unless he'll tell her why he needs it. It turns out that Rin's motives, tied into his past identity as Shion, are more complicated than his former moon compatriots could imagine...
Saki Hiwatari
186 Pages
$6.99

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Please Save My Earth Vol. 21: Please Save My Earth, Volume 21

Please Save My Earth, Volume 21

Please Save My Earth Vol. 21

Final Volume! Eight-year-old Rin is still tormented by his past life. As Shion, an engineer stationed on Earth's moon, he spent nine years alone after his home planet was annihilated and a deadly virus took the lives of his fellow scientists. Now, in the conclusion to the Please Save My Earth series, his plot to destroy the moon base--and all traces of his past life--reaches its dénouement. Alice begs Rin not to let his past life as Shion rule his future--and even threatens to jump off Tokyo Tower if Rin chooses to pursue his plot of eventually controlling the world...
186 Pages
$6.99

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