Ranked #1549
Six Half (Manga)

Six Half

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Kare wa Isshou Kenmei
Japanese: シックス ハーフ


Type: Manga
Volumes: 11
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Finished
Published: Oct 26, 2009 to Jan 26, 2015
Authors: Iketani, Rikako (Story & Art)
Serialization: Cookie


Score: 7.831 (scored by 628 users)
Ranked: #15492
Popularity: #2585
Members: 1,852
Favorites: 14
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Kikukawa Shiori woke up from a bad motorcycle accident with severe loss of memory. Although she is allowed to go home, she has trouble adjusting to a seemingly new life with a brother who is always worried, a sister who apparently hates her, and a boyfriend who won't give her space. Awful rumors about her previous lifestyle abound in school, too, and even her friends tell her she had it coming. Alone, scared, and angry at the seemingly awful person she used to be, Shiori tries desperately to find a place of comfort she can call her own...

Included one-shot:
Volume 3: Kare wa Isshou Kenmei


Kikukawa, Shiori

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Have you ever wanted to read a shoujo that was realistic? Well these two manga are perfect examples of a realistic shoujo. The protagonists feel like they truly exist, and the problems they face are relatable. These two shoujos aren't simply about who is dating whom but the emotions that come hand in hand with falling in love.
both start with the same concept of 'heroine lost all of her personal memories due to an accident' and though the development is quite different, it's nicely done in both cases, really interesting and keeps you wanting to see how it goes on
The style are very similar. You can also see that both has a "mature" feel to it. Both heroine tries and solve a mystery that just seems to unravel more and more. Unrequited love? Sort of. If you like the sadness, but sometimes very sweet moments kind of manga, you should definitely read this
Shoujo stories that are more realistic and almost belong in the josei category. Plot wise, they're not that similar. Only a few aspects (one really) such as trying to survive in the entertainment world.

In Cat Street, the main character goes through depression due to childhood trauma (she was a childhood actress) and spend her days lazing about until she discovers a "free school" for students with different needs and talents. She doesn't belong there….or does she?

While Six Half also deals with past trauma, the main character uses different "coping" methods. After an accident, she suffers from amnesia. Discovering her past self is less than amiable, she fears this stranger she hears about may really be her true self.

Finally, a new start; a fresh beginning presents itself….but the past has a way of hovering over you; shadowing your every move. Unable to escape, will they overcome such towering walls created by their past selves or be consumed by it? Follow the heroines as they begin to discover their true selves and talents. And let's not forget the pain of loving another when it may not be reciprocated….or is it?
Six Half and Yumenara Samenaide both deal with a girl who wakes up from a coma. In Six Half, she does not remember anything about the past, in other words, complete memory loss. In Yumenara Samenaide, she is confused because she doesn't know what happened to everyone she once knew and is taken in by a strange man. They both remind me of eachother, don't know whether it would be the same for you.
Both are about a girl who lost her memory and is trying to adapt her new life. Both have a great artwork.

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