Black Sun by Uki Ogasawara

(1 customer review)

Gerun Fortress – a coastal stronghold along the Mediterranean Sea. Here, two-hundred Monastic Knights make their final stand against a league of 20,000 Middle Eastern soldiers led by General Jamal Jan. Called “beardless” by some, “shameless” by others, Jamal soon seizes the castle and its acting commander, Prince Leonard de Limbourg… The general’s ideas of how to subjugate the enemy do not conform to the typical rules of warfare, however… In quick order, Prince Leonard finds himself stripped naked and forced to perform in front of his own men… Leonard’s humiliation does not end there; now the general’s captive slave, he is brought back to a strange land and presented before His Majesty the Sulta… Will Jamal’s deviant attentions lead to certain punishment for both himself and Prince Leonard? Or can the prince accept the sinful feelings buried within himself that cause him to enjoy Jamal’s forceful touch? To the victor go the spoils of war, and in Black Sun, creator Uki Ogasawara (Chronicle of the Divine Sword) presents a historical look at military (and personal) conquest!


CreatorUki Ogasawara
Japanese Title
Japanese Title (Romaji)Black Sun Doreiou
Japanese PublisherTAIYOH TOSHO
English PublisherDigital Manga, Inc.

Where to Buy/Read


1 review for Black Sun by Uki Ogasawara

  1. Phya

    Trigger Warnings – Rape, Imprisonment
    When I want something extra spicy with strong, lead characters; I always find myself coming back to re-read this.
    Part of that is the give and take between our two main characters. While we have a clear top and bottom, even in a hostage setting, the relationship is one of trust and respect even with it’s seedy start. Both characters never back down from thier ideals and follow them till the end.
    The first book is more smutty and focus on the characters themselves while the second gets more into the plot, thier pasts and is more action orientated. Between the two you end up with the best of both worlds and two well banged guys.
    Bonus – Due to the age of the book, the first volume is actually completely uncensored and the second has the old school, basic white lines.

Add a review

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Discussions, Notes, and Additional Tags

There are no discussions or additional tags yet.

Leave a reply. If you think this title should have additional tags, notes, etc., please write them here!

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.