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Jujutsu Kaisen: Thorny Road at Dawn | Paperback
Jujutsu Kaisen: Thorny Road at Dawn | Paperback
Jujutsu Kaisen: Thorny Road at Dawn | Paperback
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The Jujutsu Sorcerers & The Cursed Spirits!

Prepare to delve deeper into the eerie and captivating world of Jujutsu Kaisen with "Thorny Road at Dawn." This collection of original stories rekindles the intense conflict between the enigmatic Jujutsu Sorcerers and the malevolent cursed spirits.

Within the pages of this compelling book, sorcery and demon curses are woven into tales that immerse you in the thrilling universe of Jujutsu Kaisen. These stories unravel the intricacies of this mystical realm, revealing new facets of the characters and their supernatural battles.

The narrative kicks off with a talent scout's chance encounter with Kugisaki on a nondescript street corner. However, this seemingly innocent interaction takes a dark turn when the scout's true identity as a Cursed Speech user comes to light. Inumaki, ever the protector, steps in to rescue Kugisaki, but what follows is a twisty and unpredictable series of events that neither of them expected.

As the stories unfold, Mechamaru embarks on a daring solo mission, offering a glimpse into his unique challenges and abilities. Meanwhile, Gojo and his friends decide to take a well-deserved night off, but in the world of Jujutsu Kaisen, even relaxation holds unexpected surprises.

"Thorny Road at Dawn" is a captivating compilation of chilling and charming adventures, featuring five short stories that breathe new life into the Jujutsu Kaisen universe. Dive into this spellbinding narrative to uncover secrets, encounter fresh challenges, and witness the resilience of Jujutsu Sorcerers in the face of relentless curses.


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