Cold Fever


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Toru lost his most of his memory in an accident. He can’t remember anything that happened from the past six years. But with time, yet he struggles, he slowly recovers his memory. He feels as if he is a different person now, and he hates “the other guy” – the “himself” from six years ago… And thinking, Fujishima was his friend, felt like he was being watched over like a guardian angel but in the end he’s betrayed. Miserable and emotionally drained, Toru is trying not to relive in the shadow of his past. He is trying to move on with his new life… but harder he tries, he finds himself being pulled in by Fujishima.

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Related Series
Cold Light (Prequel)
Cold Sleep (Prequel)
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Shio rated it
March 9, 2016
Status: --
This is a story about two horrible man. One is abusive while the other is a child mol*ster.

Cold Fever takes place several year after the end of Cold Light. Toru and Fujishima are together happily, until one day Toru recover his old memories and forget everything that happen when he lost his memories. Bye, cute and loved-to-bake-cake Toru. Welcome, foul mouthed & distant Toru.

When I was reading this volume, the only feeling that I have for Fujishima is probably pity. He is trying to atone for his previous sin by accepting all of Toru's abuse, all the while wishing for Toru's happiness. Even when all that Toru done to him is kicking him left and right.
The novel contain so many abuse, angst, drama, and terrible character that I won't recommend it to other reader; yet I kinda like the story. Tbh Fujishima shouldn't have accepted all of that abuse and only help Toru from a far. For Tohru, well, his attitude all stem from his childhood trauma, and I understand how this character was shaped. Not justifying what happen, he's old enough to understand stuff. Strangely, the flawed character was probably the strongest point about this series. All of the character's action, their personality, came from their past experience. Not even one action was out of character.
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Lara Night rated it
February 18, 2022
Status: Completed

i cant believe how much a person change just without the memories. This version of tohru is the worst I hated him so much in this volume. The young him was pitiable, the teenage him was tolerable but the adult him with those temper was just the worst. I was so sad gfor fujishima, tohru was lucky that fujishima was so patient and stayed with him even after all those abused.

this novel is heart-wrecking, I hate ML so much unlike I did in previous volume, and I almost give up on their future. But they managed to go through them.
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max2payne0 rated it
September 3, 2018
Status: Completed
I read the whole series, and wish I hadn't.

So basically, Toru is a bastard to Fujishima (bk1) then he has an accident and gets amnesia (bk2) another accident and the years he spent with amnesia is gone and he's back to his bastard self, only worse. (Bk3)

In bk2, Tora pursued Fujishima, who accepted, until they were sleeping and living together. Then the old one comes back and feels like he was cheated, so he tortures Fukushima, and when he has enough and grows a backbone, Toru talks him... more>> into not leaving him. And he stays.

So, its Stockholm syndrome. I'd give it a 10/5 if there was an extra where Toru remembers his amnesiac years and tortures himself over what he's done. Or, for someone to keep beating him up day after day and see how he likes it. I don't think there was even an apology given anywhere. If I could give less than a 1, I would. <<less
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