Kamisu Reina wa Koko ni Chiru


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Reina Kamisu is a friend of loners, a slayer of families, a savior of worlds, and a killer of lovers—and she is absurdly beautiful. Who is she and what are her intentions? The search for her true identity begins with Fumi Saito, a lonely girl student whose only friend and support in life is Reina, as she is accused of things she did not do…

This is a story of delusions, despair and destructive beauty.

The series consists of two volumes titled “Kamisu Reina wa Koko ni Iru” (Kamisu Reina Is Here) and “Kamisu Reina wa Koko ni Chiru” (Kamisu Reina Disperses Here).

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Kamisu Reina
Kamisu Reina Series
Kamisu Reina wa Koko ni Chiru
Reina Kamisu Is Here
Reina Kamisu Scatters Here
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Latest Release

Date Group Release
01/03/16 Baka-Tsuki v2 afterword (end)
01/03/16 Baka-Tsuki v2 epilogue
01/03/16 Baka-Tsuki v2c4
12/31/15 Baka-Tsuki v2c3
12/25/15 Baka-Tsuki v2c2
06/23/14 Baka-Tsuki v2c1
06/16/14 Baka-Tsuki v2 prologue
05/02/14 Baka-Tsuki v1 afterword
05/02/14 Baka-Tsuki v1 epilogue
12/12/13 Baka-Tsuki v1c4
09/24/13 Baka-Tsuki v1c3
08/26/13 Baka-Tsuki v1c2
04/17/13 Baka-Tsuki v1c1
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Shio rated it
December 26, 2015
Status: --
I am at loss on how to describe this one. You could say that this is dark, considering it touch the idea of suicide and rape. One could describe it as “a work that touch the symbolization of abstract being and the mind of human race”. Another would describe it as “Whoa, emo.” But regardless on how people might describe it, Kasumi Reina wa Koko ni Chiru is certainly different from your usual LN.

Kamisu Reina wa Koko ni Chiru consist of two volume, with each chapter consist of several short... more>> stories. All stories has different protagonist, but all revolved around one being called “Kasumi Reina”.

a being that is created from concept of beauty, which ironically drive everyone who saw her to kill themselves

In term of personality, I think Reina is similar to O in hakkomari. Both are detached from the world, aside from one person. (Kazuki to O and the girl from first story to Reina). The synopsis and tag are pretty accurate in this case, so read them first before reading. <<less
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Sae rated it
October 21, 2016
Status: Completed
After the first one or two chapters, you can already have an idea of who/what Reina really is, thus her "name" is unimportant to how people "die". However by giving her a name, a certain identity, it effortlessly linked the whole story, making this identity the central importance to developing the story. Be it the characters, their thought process, their philosophy (which you might or might not agree with), or their different manners in heading towards their "death" (or "salvation"), there is definitely a lot to muse on.

This novel series... more>> is like Reina herself, you have to personally see and ponder over it to perceive it. It can be either challenging, fun, heavy, or all of that, to read. <<less
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Jennifer Finlayson rated it
December 13, 2019
Status: --
It's...I don't know how to say... maybe depressed. It's too heavy. You need a strong heart to read the story. But it's also a good work, on which a lot of things about huymanity are reflected.
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Jackson100000 rated it
December 8, 2017
Status: Completed
Another good piece of work by author eiji mikage. It was very interesting to see how characters cope up with their own distress and daily life.

Again I believe (i do so at least) that the author wanted to emphasize about the deeper aspects of human psyche and how vulnerable we all are and thus tried to broaden our horizons through his books. Well I had fun with the kamisu reina series but I was disappointed that the series kind of discontinued after the second volume. Other than this fact I... more>> have no other problems with this novel. <<less
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