Little Butterfly (Book review)

Published August 22, 2011 by ladyserenity92

I’ve read the omnibus version of Little Butterfly by manga-ka Hinako Takanaga. The graphic novel is about 15-year old junior high student Yuki Kojima and his first brush of young love with the lonely Atsushi Nakahara. The coming-of-age romantic omnibus graphic novel is sexy, dramatic, and poetic.

The graphic novel is a romantic coming of age story about two young men who make the leap of faith into the adulthood of love.  Between the two, the young men make a pact to leave their childhood behind and engage into forbidden love. In the novel, the butterflies represent their short-life of childhood as their school days come to an end.  There’s  graphic homoerotic bed scenes in the picture novel.  It’s best that teens 14+ have a go at it.

In the era of gay-bashings and lack of respect, tolerance and love; once you have read  Little Butterfly, your heart will open and you’ll be flying on air like a butterfly without wings.

Now at bookstores, online and your local libaray!

Go for broke!

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