Dark Dead End

in short  writer,artist, lover of books, comics,music and movies and the occasional sweets.


Eternal Sabbath

ES Vol. 1: Eternal Sabbath (ES: Eternal Sabbath) - Fuyumi Soryo

first off..

my thoughts on the book: art work is as per-usual very good, the story is very catchy, which I know to some people that's completely irrelevant, but usually when I am sitting here reading a manga it takes me not long to read, where as with this series so far its taken me half an hour.


also forgot to mention that this book is not for kids under the ages of 14


synopsis of the story:

Ryousuke Akiba or Shuro, or ES (Eternal Sabbath) is a human who was genetically created in a hygenic's lab in order to study eternal youth.

Ryousuke will live to be at least two decades old, possessing strange mental powers, entering peoples minds, discovering their deepest darkest secrets, and even rearrange a persons memories for survival instincts, getting people to act as though he were a friend or a family member, as he wanders the streets of Tokyo for reasons unknown only to him,


no one recognizes him until he meets a woman researcher Dr. Mine Kujyou, a

determined researcher who challenges everything she knows about science.  







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