Read No. 6: The Manga, Volume 07 by Atsuko Asano Hinoki Kino Online


SHION! WHAT ARE YOU TRYING TO DO?!Safu is a prisoner on the top floor of the Correctional Facility. Shion and Nezumi manage to slip back in amid the chaos sown by Dogkeeper, but what they find is almost too terrifying to conceive… countless neatly organized rows of corpses, with their brains removed! Backed into a corner, Rat is ready for death, but Shion seizes a weapon,SHION! WHAT ARE YOU TRYING TO DO?!Safu is a prisoner on the top floor of the Correctional Facility. Shion and Nezumi manage to slip back in amid the chaos sown by Dogkeeper, but what they find is almost too terrifying to conceive… countless neatly organized rows of corpses, with their brains removed! Backed into a corner, Rat is ready for death, but Shion seizes a weapon, and insists on surviving at any cost—!Includes special bonus story!...

Title : No. 6: The Manga, Volume 07
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ISBN : 9781612625539
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 192 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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No. 6: The Manga, Volume 07 Reviews

  • Vanessa
    2019-01-24 19:58

    Shion's and Nezumi's 'adventure' in the facility continues. It's once again a bit different from the anime, but since this volume is mostly action and fighting, not overtly so.We see more of the cruelty people are capable of and it's explained in more detail what exactly No.6 is doing with the people they regard as garbage, while the scientists themselves are chatting happily and drink coffee. It's actually very upsetting, because it's not unrealistic. Humans have done, still do and will continue to do such things to other humans in the future. Let's not even mention animals here. It makes one want to curl up into a ball under a blanket and tune the world out for a while.Nezumi continues to worry about Shion's personality change and they share some really powerful scenes. I didn't even mind that people could have shot them while they were dealing with their feelings for each other right in the middle of the chaos, because they're so heartwarming and heartbreaking at the same time. Oops.

  • Mai
    2019-02-12 15:53


  • Nelly Kell
    2019-02-05 20:40

    Man I'm confused, is this a shounen ai or not ? Not that I care that much, but at this point I wish someone could give me a straight answer, no pun intended.I like where the story is going, but for some reason I just wish they'd kill Safu, she is the last character I give a damn about and it would certainly improve things if she were 'disposed of'.Without a doubt, this makes it to my favorites.

  • Mal
    2019-01-23 13:43

    i couldn't save anyone

  • Kati
    2019-01-31 20:06

    How can one book be so cute and so cruel at the same time? Because Shion and Rat are incredibly cute, and their love for each other breathtaking. But the research facility, the cruelty of the scientists and city officials... that turns my stomach.

  • Julie
    2019-02-18 16:51

    Just when I thought that No.6 was bad in the manga is worst! Much gore and corpses than in the anime also the shoking brains in tanks at the end of manga. The rhythm in this vol is intense. There are small parts were you can breathe. The part were Shion kills that ugly man OMG Nezumi's expression just break my kokoro. It hurts me a lot all the guilty that Nezumi carries with him and his thoughts about Shion and how he had opened his heart just to him is like *feels* I love Nezumi so much ok? He is my baby. I was listening Mirros of JT as reading this vol and I wanted to cry so bad. The lyrics of the song also fit Nezumi's and Shion's relationship. Nezumi is beautiful even when he cries.

  • GigaBuri (PeachyFishyBooks)
    2019-02-22 16:46

    I really am in complete love with this story. It needs more appreciation. The art is gorgeous, and the story makes my heart pound. Rat and Shion are beautiful human beings.

  • Judy (Geeky Reading)
    2019-02-14 22:03

    ~4/5So Shion and Rat are finally in the facility, working their way to save Safu. It starts good, but quickly gets violent and bloody, and difficult for both Shion and Rat.It’s hard on both Rat and Shion. It’s changing Shion, in a bad way, and it’s really giving a different look at him. Rat is also seeing the way that it’s changing Shion, and he isn’t liking it either, even if Shion isn’t really aware. Things are going bad for them quite rapidly, and it’s not good.We got to see a little bit of what is going on inside No. 6, and it’s not good there either. We’re mostly seeing this from Shion’s mom’s point of view, and the scientist who’s doing it. The disease is quickly spreading in public, and it’s bad.There were also a few scenes with Dogkeeper, and some of it was bad, mainly when she helped Shion and Rat. But we also saw her with the baby, and it’s just adorable. She tries not to be, but she’s good with him, and she likes him. Little Shion is obviously attached to her. It’s so cute. Then there was the cliffhanger, which is leading to some interesting discoveries with Safu. Something bad is happening to her. And it’s sure to be exciting.[Read more at my blog, Geeky Reading!]

  • Cornerofmadness
    2019-01-28 20:56

    This one is hard to review because there are some things that happen that are big and it would be wrong to spoil them. Rat and Shion are now deep into the facility and their progress has not gone unnoticed. They are forced to protect each other, taking the boys to their emotional/mental limits. Shion seems to be almost dual-personality here with one doing things the other doesn't even realize. It's an odd thing.Dogskeeper and Rikiga are working on the outside and the Scientist in White is gaining more and more control over No 6 for whatever his neferious plans are. He is turning Safu into...something. We don't know what yet but I'm betting next volume isn't going to be an easy one once Shion, Rat and Safu are in the same place.This one does take a little bit of suspension of disbelief that anyone could get this hurt and still go on. It was a bit more accurate when Rat was trying to keep Shion from protecting him. The pace is a bit slow in spite of the action but mostly because I want them to get to Safu already.The art is lovely and there's a bonus story that's very cute and Shakespeare derived. I wasn't sure this was supposed to be future Earth but it obviously is. Looking forward to what comes next even though I'm pretty sure it won't be happy.

  • Corley
    2019-02-04 17:07

    Best volume so far! I just flew right through that.The action at the Correctional Facility was fast paced and constant, which set the flow for this volume and made it speed by. I also enjoyed getting to see more of this darker side of Shion and how he's struggling to handle everything around him. And Rat...I love him more and more the deeper we see into him. These boys' relationship went to a deeper level here, especially in that last chapter: it was so lovely, that moment between them.I loved that there was a bonus comic included - extras are always great.

  • Lara
    2019-02-05 20:46

    I still can't quite decide how I feel about this series. I really like the relationship between Rat and Shion, as well as their relationships with Dogkeeper and Rikiga. I think the hidden horrors of No. 6 are pretty interesting, if a little too much at times, and I do want to find out how it all ends. And yet, I still feel like something is missing somehow, though I can't put my finger on what it might be. Maybe volumes 8 and 9 will change my mind though...

  • Mika
    2019-02-01 19:54

    Otherwise known as the volume that breaks my heart. I just...if the first scene with Shion and Nezumi is what got me hooked, this is the reason why I remember this story. It just pulls on my heart, especially when I knew what was coming.Now I slowly tortured until volumes 8 and 9 come out. *sigh*

  • Abrar Al Mahfoodh
    2019-01-24 20:06

    I watched the anime, and although it was good I hated the rushed ending. This volume starts exactly where the anime started to deteriorate, and gives a nice flow of events which I loved a lot.Waiting for the next 2 volumes and I hope they'll be as good as this one

  • Alethia
    2019-02-21 21:40

    What is happening? Shion is losing himself, rat is slowly abandoning his morals... I appreciate the acknowledgement that characters don't stay the same under different situations, but it's making me upset. Why Shion? Whhhyyy?

  • Andreah
    2019-02-17 20:42

    Shion and Rat definitely change in this intense and dark volume. It's as if they switched places of the emotional Shion and emotionless Rat. I'm excited for volume 8 as this volume was an intense, high-speed chase through the bureau. And of course it ended with a compelling and raw cliffhanger.

  • Mad02maddie
    2019-02-12 21:44


  • Erica
    2019-02-05 18:50

    Exhilarating, disturbing, achingly human. No. 6 vol. 7 is undeniably haunting and absolutely compelling.

  • Kate
    2019-02-06 16:56

    The pacing of the plot is starting to drag a little with this and the previous volume; but it's still enjoyable.

  • Ghadeer Kja
    2019-02-20 20:57

    Love this volume.. Can't wait to finish the whole series!

  • Apple12350
    2019-02-11 21:42

    Honestly, I didn't expect Shion to do that. He's just too innocent to hold and point a gun at someone.