Girls' Last Tour, Vol. 1 (Girls' Last Tour, #1) Read Online Free - Civilization is dead, but Chito and Yuuri are still alive. So they hop aboard their beloved Kettenkrad motorbike and aimlessly wander the ruins of the world they once knew. Day after hopeless day, they look for their next meal and fuel for their ride. But as long as the two are together, even an existence as bleak as theirs has a ray or two of sunshine in it, whether they're sucking down their fill of soup or hunting for machine parts to tinker with. For two girls in a world full of nothing, the experiences and feelings the two share give them something to live for...
|Title||:||Girls' Last Tour, Vol. 1 (Girls' Last Tour, #1)|
|Number of Pages||:||160 pages|
November 07, 2017
81st book read in 2017.
Number 595 out of 645 on my all time book list.
Interesting, but so so boring.
July 04, 2017
So this one is getting an anime, though I have been curious about this manga for a long time before that was announced.
I have to say it was pretty decent, though it was a bit boring, and I wish we had gotten a bit more information on this world of theirs. What happened to Earth? What will happen...
September 03, 2017
An odd one, this: two young girls and an armoured vehicle wander a barely inhabited post-collapse world. The tone is gentle, stories of friendship and survival; the setting is an endless industrial wasteland. It's like a cross between the gargantuan post-human architecture of Blame! and the conte...
December 12, 2017
This was weirdly compelling, despite nothing much actually happening. I don't think I'll read any more of it, but I liked it.
I also really liked the art, which felt a little more unpolished than most other manga.
December 31, 2017
Very weird. It felt like Camus crossed with Joseph Heller. I am intrigued enough to reserve judgement until I see more.
January 22, 2018
I debated on what I wanted to rate this. I'm really intrigued by the world, but I definitely want to see where the series goes with it. It reminds me in some ways of Blame! and Kino's Journey.
May 10, 2017
Definitely one of the more interesting post-apocalyptic stories I've read, not because it does anything particularly magical with the concept, but because it doesn't - this isn't about a ruined world, it's about how two girls live their lives in it.
June 21, 2017
Across a snowy expanse of concrete and metal -- a mountain range of desiccated tank innards, abandoned power-plant monoliths, and an open-ended fuselage or two; across this range of exquisite nothingness rests the quiet cityscape into which Chii-chan and Yuu-chan venture every single day. This te...
December 31, 2017
I'm already watching the anime adaptation but I wanted to read the original manga version and it is a bonus that it is being published by Yen Press as I really like the job they do on the manga that they bring over.
Girls' Last Tour takes place in an unknown future. There has been war although tha...
September 24, 2017
If you really like art of futuristic industrialized urban wastelands, detailed apocalypse aesthetic... you'll like this a lot. The plot is vaguely nonexistent - two girls travel a dead city, ruminate on life, occasionally worry about food and things. It's listed as yuri, probably because the girl...