A Windflower Embroidery by mm

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(2 customer reviews)

Meet Julio, a gay thirty-year-old man and best-selling author. Despite his success in publishing, however, Julio lives a life of solitude, keeping his true identity a secret while harboring feelings of inferiority regarding his sexuality and bland appearance. His world is soon turned upside-down, though, when he encounters a beautiful young man by the name of Angel. Standing up against the world’s discriminations and prejudices, the two are soon captivated by each other… Dedicated to all who are seeking romance, this is a story of cinematic human love!!

 

Creatormm
Japanese Title
Japanese Title (Romaji)Anemone no Shishuu
Japanese PublisherNIHONBUNGEISHA Co.
English PublisherRenta

Where to Buy/Read

EbookRenta

2 reviews for A Windflower Embroidery by mm

  1. ローラ (Laura)

    I really liked this manga, and I hope the second volume gets translated at some point! It’s unusual in plenty of ways (set in the US, one of the main characters is overweight, etc.) and it was really neat reading something a bit different. I liked the story and characters, and the art is great. Noticing details in the backgrounds was really fun, like all the CD album covers.

  2. midgeyu

    Great if you’re looking for something different from most BL. This has more of a melodramatic-but-still-serious gay indie film vibe than anything else. Enjoyed the characters a lot, especially Angel’s gal friend Lucy. Very emotional, especially if you relate a lot to lonely, insecure adult characters.

    My quibble with the series is that I had a hard time suspending my disbelief for certain elements – particularly Julio’s situation with his brother/how he first meets Angel and the fact that (so far as we know in this volume) Julio doesn’t have a single inkling yet that Angel is still in high school. Didn’t ruin the manga for me at all, but there were definitely parts that took me out of the story because I was too ??? to keep reading right away.

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