Gravitation, Volume 2

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TokyoPop, Oct 7, 2003 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 216 pages
Just when Shuichi Shindou's rock star dreams seem to be coming together, everything falls apart. First, his gifted guitarist Hiro quits the band to concentrate on his studies. Now the new manager wants to take Shuichi off of keyboards so he'll do nothing but sing. And Shuichi finds himself constantly berated by their producer. Confronted by the reality of the music business, Shuichi questions whether or not he's really cut out to be a professional musician. The one person he can fall back on is his biggest critic, the cynical and abrasive Yuki. But in love, as with music, the more serious things become the greater the pressure ... gravitation takes its toll.

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User Review  - HarperKingsley - LibraryThing

I saw the anime before attempting to read the manga. Just to let you know, they're very different. The manga has some definite non-con that the anime glosses over. Shuichi and Eiri meet at a different ... Read full review

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User Review  - Chrome - Borders

To put it simply, I started watching/reading this series about three days ago. Finished it in two. It's amazing, and it can be heart-wrenching when it needs to be. It's a yaoi (Boys Love) Manga. And ... Read full review

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