The serious Ito and the child-like Nishi meet by chance during a single player game of “White Line Game” on the way home from school. Falling in-love, Ito gets frustrated over the fact that they only get to rendezvous on the white line and suddenly kisses Nishi. From high school, college and then to adulthood… the deeply moving lives of two men who are madly in love with unchanging feelings within changing realities.
Please if you are reading this then prepare yourself for crying your eyes out. The story is amazing and the characters to but don't judge a book by its cover. The story starts of with warming your heart up by two men being faithed by the line that connects them together. They start to talk more with each other and begin to have feelings for one another. As the chapters go on goes their age you begin to see as they slowly die and how life goes without notice. (It's a great manga but if you don't want to cry like in 2 am then don't read it.)
I have read hundreds of BL manga and this is the best one till now . Its the first time I cried my eyes out while reading a manga. Story soooooo beautiful I'm in love with this.If possible I'd give this story 10000000000 with full star rating .❤🌈
How strange, this one really didn't get me all that emotional. I've become an ice queen. Or I've run out of turns because of the other angst manga I've been reading. I used to be super sensitive but I've read a lot so I've kind of built a resistance to sad storylines. Yet trivial things get me crying, how peculiar. Story: Ito and Nishi meet each other while playing the "White Line Game" when heading home. They start to meet each other on a daily basis and become accustomed to the other's presence. This manga is about the lives of two young men and their future together. Personally, I felt that the first two or three chapters were rushed. Art: Mediocre. Characters: Ito did anger me, but I couldn't stay mad at him for long. Nishi's childish behavior was refreshing, he's like a ray of sunshine. Overall: 3.5/5 stars
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