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    The Lychee Light Club (Paperback) By (author) Usamaru Furuya

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    DescriptionThe "Lychee Light Club "is considered Usamaru Furuya's breakthrough work. Originally designed as an experiemental project Lychee's themes of youthful rebellion and deus ex machina destruction, and attractive designs eventually won over a new generation of readers and critics, leading the way for Furuya to take on his many recent high profile properties. In an abandoned warehouse, a band of nine students have assembled to plot out a new future. Their "leader" Zera is determined to cleanse his community of the ugly and cowardly. Having taken command of a band of young men to build him a god-like machine capable of changing the world. This machine, named "Lychee," will give them what they've been searching for...a beauty of the finest quality. A surreal yet touching horror comedy Furuya's Lychee Light Club that mixes elements of French Le Theatre du Grand-Guignol and with modern day pop culture tropes and is set in modern day Tokyo. Shocking, sexy and innovative, the "Lychee Light Club" is at the pinnacle of modern day Japanese "seinen" manga (young adult comics).


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    Full-on but captivating4

    Vanessa Its a very intense graphic novel, definitely not something you might consider for your teens (in my humble opinion anyways - I think it would have made a strong impact on me back in my teens).

    Its dark, haunting, at times almost repulsive but always alluring and captivating - if you enjoy a dark, intense style of writing/graphics novel then this is for you.
    Within a chapter it had already reminded me of American Psycho by Ellis: hard, shocking but at the same time you feel urged to read on just out of sheer curiosity.

    Definitely recommended as a change in your normal reading genre. by Vanessa

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