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Ceres: Celestial Legend Vol. 10: Monster

Ceres: Celestial Legend Volume 10

Monster
Their search for the celestial robes or "hagoromo" resumed, Aya and Yûhi transfer to (yet another) new school. But, here, their problems are more serious than just making new friends. Aki--or, should we say, the "Progenitor"--is on campus and making Aya's life hell. And then there's a kind of actual hell itself, in the form of a beneath-school passageway, where a...creature...is said to roam. Is there any truth to Aki's claim that the monster is the daughter of a priest who made the grave error of angering a celestial maiden or "ten'nyo" hundreds of years ago...? Speaking of ten'nyo, Aya has vowed to never release Ceres again. But Aki has made his own vow...and he will claim Ceres--his woman--one way or the other....
Yuu Watase
196 Pages
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Ceres: Celestial Legend Vol. 11: Maiden

Maiden

Ceres: Celestial Legend Vol. 11

Whatever You've Done, Whoever You Are Reunited with her beloved in both passion and purpose, Aya decides to join Tôya in the quest for his real memories. A visit to an island where Aya spent a summer in childhood promises one of their first real leads to that end--turns out Aya and Tôya met long before, back when she was a little girl with a seashell, and when he...looked just exactly the same as he does now! Despite not knowing who or even what Tôya may be, the two decide to travel back to kindly Doctor Kurozuka in Niigata Prefecture to make a life for themselves there. But Kagami is still on the hunt for Ceres' hagoromo, and is in fact even closer to it than ever before. For every great advance, there must be an equally great sacrifice--how will Chidori figure into it?
196 Pages
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