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Though You May Burn to Ash Manga Volume 6

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SKU: 9781975306175

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About Though You May Burn to Ash Manga Volume 6

Though You May Burn to Ash Manga Volume 6 features story and art by Kakashi Oniyazu.

The game of tag has concluded, and the three losers have been decided. Soon after, the surviving participants face their next challenge-the Three Hells! Those who endure are promised a second chance at life. First up: hand-to-hand combat!


  • Publisher: YEN PRESS
  • Media: Manga
  • Genre: Drama
  • Themes: Supernatural
  • Age Rating: 16+
  • Release Date: 2/4/2020
  • Page Count: 224
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Written Language: English

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Some Endings Arn't deserved.

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This is the final volume. Unfortunately, the author passed away suddenly before the series could be completed. It was a promising series with an interesting premise. While not a perfect masterpiece, it was pretty good in its own way. I do not feel like I wasted my time reading it at any point.
In this volume the game of tag concludes, and thankfully we didn't get a forced ending like some series do.
For what its worth I think the author would have finished this series with a happy ending with much sacrifice along the way.(as it was hinted that there was a way to save everyone, I think everything was a trial to cleanse sins). My theory is that time-travel shenanigans would save everyone as not everyone may be from the same timeline. I think the father of the Main character was also one of the participants either the amnesia one or the hunter one. This volume also has slightly more pages for the same price which is always something to be grateful when publishers do this.