Red Data Girl

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Izumiko Suzuhara is a 15-year old girl who has been raised at Tamakura Shrine, part of the Kumano Shrines World Heritage Site. She has a strange affliction where she destroys any electrical device that she comes into contact with.

Despite being shy, she wants to try living in the city. Her guardian Yukimasa Sagara recommends that she enroll at Hōjō High School in Tokyo, accompanied by his son and Izumiko’s childhood friend Miyuki Sagara.

While in Tokyo, an entity named “Himegami” appears. Izumiko learns that she is a yorishiro, a vessel for a shinto spirit known as a kami, while Miyuki learns that he is a yamabushi, a warrior tasked with protecting her.

Red Data Girl average rating 3.7/5 - 17 user ratings
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RDG レッドデータガール
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zyd
zyd rated it
February 3, 2016
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I have recently finished this novel (all 6 volume).

The story develop in slow pace so this series might not suit somebody taste. However, as the main heroin has very introvert and shy habits it logical for the story development and follow the author setting.

In my opinion, the slow pace quite a new taste as it explain in detailed and differentiate from other series.

However, after finished volume 6, I have quite disappoint about the ending.
Although, the story building about the mystery and drama of each character quite well, but... more>> the ending is like the story was AXED (force to end).

Well, if the author decide to continue the series a bit further I might increase the score by 1. <<less
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mrezman
mrezman rated it
January 5, 2016
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I really liked this. Although it's slow-paced, it's really well written. Although, it's starting to bore me a bit with how little is happening
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