Kyuusen no Shima Japanese Manga

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  • 九泉之島
  • Hades Island
Artist:
Higashida yuusuke
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Completed
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Yuuma is summoned back to his home island after the death of his mother and asked to become the next head of the wealthy Nuenaki family. He has certain misgivings though and rejects the offer. However after the current head dies not a day after his arrival, he has no choice but to become involved.
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Nov 03, 2018 12:17:10
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