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YakuTaku by GeneralPhone

Yakuza, Mansions, and the Dangers of Women

Enter Kazutoshi Murakami, (anti)-hero who recently expelled from his old high school because he wanted to go to Onizaki high, the self proclaimed school of thugs. Why would anyone leave a prestigious school to enter something like that? Well obviously someone that wants to join the Yakuza can’t find success in a school that nurtures doctors and lawyers. Next comes . . .

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Akumu Love Panic! by Illise Montoya

Sex, magic, and terror in Japan.

Amaya Alastor is the new gaijin in Tokyo after an incident in America sends her packing. After all she’s been through, she just wants to keep her head down and focus on school like any other sixteen-year-old. Enter Haruko, a strange but enthralling young Japanese girl who immediately takes to Amaya. The two quickly bond, only to have their new . . .

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AKUMU LOVE PANIC!

Rocky first draft with potential

By Shutsumon, author of Tales of the First

Sep 26, 2012: Short Version: The table of contents states this a first draft and I’d agree with that. A first draft with potential. Worth a look if you find the premise interesting (as I do) and have a high tolerance for stories that tell rather than show.

Setup: Amaya Alastor is a Japanese American teen who’s lived her entire life in the US until circumstances force her to move to live with her father in Japan. Adapting to life in another country is [more . . .]

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