Ten Count, Vol. 1, 1
  • Ten Count, Vol. 1, 1
  • Ten Count, Vol. 1, 1
ISBN: 1421588021
EAN13: 9781421588025
Language: English
Release Date: Aug 9, 2016
Pages: 178
Dimensions: 0.63" H x 7.17" L x 5.12" W
Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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5
   Favorite yaoi manga I've ever read
There are so many great things about this manga that I can hardly put into words. Not only is this a fabulous yaoi with a couple that doesn't seem overly forced, but the main character is someone that I can really relate to. He has a mental disorder that causes him to continually wash his hands as well as many other things, which is something I struggle with. You 'll have to read the manga to find out how this plays into the relationship. I considered reading it online after I reached the end of that volume, but stopped myself because I like to hold things when I can read them. I look forward to the next volume, which the author noted would have more dangerous scenes in it because this first volume was mostly setting the emotions and connections with the two main characters. This was definitely a good read and this series will remain my favorite for a long time, I'm sure.
 
5
   This is my first yaoi...so far, so good
My friend recommended this to me and I decided to give it a chance. I have always been a person who loves romance. Let me say that this is a really good manga so far. I loved the therapist-patient relationship and it has my interest in mysophobia as a whole. Since this is my first, I am not fully sure how to review, but I do love where this goes. I like art... and there is already some major sexual tension.
 
5
   Really Dark But Interesting Story with Complex Relationships
It is pretty dark though, so don 't buy it if you're looking for fluffy or sweet yaoi love. Unfortunately, that is not what you find. This is about a man who is fighting the fact that he has mysophobia and about a psychiatrist who ends up helping him and becoming attached to him for his own reasons that are pretty depressing as well. A wonderful read of none the less! WARNING : YAOI IS THIS. If you can not understand this, and buy it anyway, you get what you deserve!
 
5
   Amazing
I am an extreeemeeee Fujoshi. When I found out, Ten Count was translated and i started screaming and pre-ordered it right away. But it sucks how shipping costs like 4-5$.
 
5
   This manga is amazing!!
This manga is amazing! LOVE ART and STORY... Shirotani is the cutest Uke out there lol... and OMG Kurose is just the best seme out there. This story will definitely love you. I can 't wait to have the second volume printed in print form!
 
5
   I really love this manga
I received mine on the day it was released. I love this manga really ''. It came with no damage perfectly.
 
5
   So Cute!!!
This is my first Yaoi manga and I love it so far. It's so cute that my heart is bleeding. If you haven 't read it yet, I highly recommend it.
 
5
   5 out of 5
I got it pretty quickly, it was super good, I am gonna get the second one. I give it honestly 5 stars out of 5, ah. Yes, I regret nothing about buying it.
 
1
   Overrated Series.
I personally feel that this series was overrated. I feel that the author did not research properly on the main topic of the story, obsessive compulsive disorder. I think that its popularity is due to the sex scenes. But then again it is just fiction and not to be taken seriously, but it had potential and felt very rushed towards the end.
 
5
   Great series
One of the best yaoi series I have ever read! The characters are interesting as the series progresses and the plot is well developed. The dialog does not feel stiff, gratuitous or repetitive. Each volume left me ready for more on the edge of my seat. One note - the series does involve mental illness and not quite rape, but definitely some forceful situations, so be warned if this bothers you.
 
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