Book by Akino, Matsuri...
|Title||:||Pet Shop of Horrors, Volume 09|
|Number of Pages||:||224 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Pet Shop of Horrors, Volume 09 Reviews
Pet Shop of Horror revolves around a magical pet shop in Chinatown that just happens to sell pet’s that aren’t like your everyday pet. Each volume is divided into chapters and each chapter tells a single story of an encounter with this pet shop. Some end up happy while others not so much. We have a few main characters Count D who runs the shop of Leon who is the detective who is determined to figure out what Count D is doing in the shop.In the 9th installment, Leon is still determined to catch Count D in something illegal. In this installment, we have a Tiger who will choose the next leader of the Mafia, a little girl's pets are all murdered only to find out that she may be the cause. Each story tells just a little more about Count D and Leon but also gives an interesting looking into the pet shop animals. I’m hooked on Pet Shop of Horrors it’s written as a series of short stories which have a larger story surrounding them. It’s this creepy concept of a pet shop that happens to not sell traditional pets. Each of the pets really fits into the owner life giving them exactly what they needed at that point in their life and some may not end happily ever after. I have to admit I enjoyed the concept it’s unique and fascinating I had a hard time putting it down because I wanted to know what would happen next. I like that each story is different some are sweet while others are tragic and downright scary. It’s an interesting concept with a unique spin that I’m just addicted too. I highly recommend.
Pet Shop of Horrors is a manga by Matsuri Akino. It is set in the heart of Chinatown. Enter Count D's pet shop, a place where you can find a multitude of pets. These pets can range from cats and dogs to the most exotic, but they often will take a form to match a person's deepest desires. The mysterious man running the shop will be willing to sell you these animals, but under contract. These contracts often have three terms, varying with each individual pet. If any of these circumstances are broken, the pet shop is in no way, shape, or form, responsible for the consequences that would result. This series is certainly a unique read. Each chapter often focuses on a different customer, so the series has an episode like feel to it. In each of these chapters, however, there is a sub plot that always occurs. This subplot is actually part of the main story, so it's suggested that you pay attention to it. Most of these stories can turn out somewhat messy, but are they happy or sad endings? No one can even tell. This story is about human nature itself, with a good amount of environmentalism hidden in there too.
This is one of my favorite volumes in a long time. We're starting to learn more and more about Count D, and it never ceases to be intriguing and satisfying. Sometimes, the more you learn the less interested you are, but not in this case. It's done very well.