Keito Aoyama was a famous child actress until a traumatic event occurred, causing her to retire early. Afterwards, she refused to attend school and successfully shut out all of the people around her. Now, Keito has chosen to spend her days alone, until one day she meets a man who takes her to El Liston, a free school for people like Keito who don't fit in anywhere else. As Keito attempts to overcome her past, she learns to confide in others and befriends Rei, Kouichi, and Momiji. Will her friends be able to help her in this new stage of her life at El Liston, or is it already too late for Keito to start over?
Two awesome mangas that catch you from the very first chapter. Even tags are the same - Shoujo, Drama, Romance, though Kagen no Tsuki has a strong mistery theme. They prove that real love is actually here. The mangas show love and friendship in different ways, right ways.
I just recommend Cat Street and Kagen no Tsuki to everybody.
Ayu, a seventeen-year-old high school student, lives every day without purpose and no hope for her future. She sells herself to men without thinking of the consequences; she doesn't feel pain, sorrow, or happiness; and she has no desire to feel anything at all. To Ayu the world is just a dirty, horrid place revolving around sex and money - until a chance encounter with a kind old woman begins to change her mind. With this woman's help, will Ayu ever find a reason to live?
Deep Love is more of mature themes than Kagen no Tsuki. Kagen is pretty easy to read, but it also can make you cry. And they both are very touching. I think you should try them both If you liked at least one.