Synonyms: Sora Log: Tenohira no Hoshi, Sky Log, Melodramatic Library
Published: Oct 24, 2008 to Feb 24, 2010
Authors: Mitsuki, Kako (Story & Art)
Score: 8.051 (scored by 2837 users)
1 indicates a weighted score
2 based on the top manga page.
Nov 14, 2010
the love in it is so sweet and pure it has all the shojo-manga moments in it.
I'm on hold with it right now, and i am dying to know what happens next, and you are like that the hole story through..! We have the typical airhead girl who doesn't fear anything. And on top of that she has to fall in love with the schools most dangerous guy (or that is what the rumors say) And she has this brother (who by the way suffers from major sister complex) who says that she can date anyone as long as it's not Asou-kun (the dangerous guy). Asou-kun started by trying to chase Hikaru (the main character) away, because if she's near him her reputation will get ruined too. But Asou-kun does it in a way that he tries to make her hate him. Which she just ignores, because she wants to be with him.
I'm sure that whether you're to Shojo, Comical or action manga/anime you'll surely LOVE this one! i haven't met one person yet who didn't.
p's none of this i've written is spoilers, the manga will surprise you even more! ;D read more
Jun 10, 2012
This is a must for all shoujo lovers. It is just 16 chapters plus some extras, so now that it's finished ( aside from the side stories which I can't wait to read! ) it won't take you that long, but it is one of those stories that is just so sweet and perfect you will love it and want more, even though the ending is just right.
We have a girl Hikaru with an overprotective brother Bear, who falls for a guy Asou, who everyone says bad things about, but she refuses to believe the bad rumors cause somehow she knows he is really a good guy. She is not a cry baby and she is not stupid and she is determined.
I started reading this in Jan of 2010 so I have been waiting for this!
I give it an 8.5 and I really do like it.
If you love music, watching the stars and a good love story without drama - read this! It is just an incredibly sweet sort of shoujo story that will leave you with only good feelings. read more
Nov 9, 2011
I've always liked forbidden romances, so this story falls right into my kind of shoujo manga. It's just too bad that it's a one-shot. The art was great, I loved how the characters were drawn. The story is short and sweet and just the right amount of teasing ;), it has an unexpected twist which I did not see coming. I thoroughly enjoyed all 39 pages of it and you would too.
Jun 27, 2013
This romantic story will make your heart melt. From the sweet moments to the heartfelt words are so wonderful. If you love Shoujo and great love stories than read this!
The main male in this (Asou) is at first the typical mysterious guy. But, as I moved along in the first few chapters his cold self fades for various moments and he becomes a very gentle guy.
The main female (Hi-kun; my pet name for her) is the usual cheery girl. BUT...she was not the typical naive and almost dumb girls that I usual see in mangas. She also had this very big obsession with the sky and stars. It was very cute to begin to see how the obsession ties into the story.
So...I am totally telling you to read this! It was one of the best ones that I've read in along time! If you read this..you will NOT be disappointed. read more
Jun 2, 2012
May 25, 2013
Sora log is an exciting love story about two unlikely couples. Our hero has the usual stereotypical "delinquent" feel with bad ass looks. Like all other shoujo plotlines, the yankee will soon change his ways for the better of the society. (oh i just never get tired of that) and that is all thanks to the heroine, of course, who made him feel that way.
The heroine is a sweet, independent and fine young lady. Yes, she's a lady. She doesn't act immature and even though she has her clumsy times, she's brave enough to fix them. she's not a coward who runs away from problems or simple jealousy, and her toughness is what attracted me most. She's beautiful, and she's not insecure about things like those. (reminiscing those irritating heroine lines: "what shall i do? He's talking to a really beautiful girl.! *gasp* is she confessing? *looks on the ground teary eyed* Compared to me, he suits her much better *cries while laughing WTH*) she's definitely NOT like that.
The story sets out without a basic plot. Most of mitsuki-sensei's stories don't have a plot. Just the spine tingling romance and mushy doki-doki excitements that a girl dreams about. The progress of their love is visible and approvable, too. The romance may be a bit rushed, but you will surely see how the two came to fall inlove with each other throughout the series. It doesn't look like it's just forced, and it definitely isn't a "come-and-make-out-with-me-because-i-love-you" kind of romance, oh no no no! The two started out as strangers, met again thanks to fate, got to know each other better and then fall inlove. They don't rush their relationship and they truly treasure it. Very nice, very nice to follow the romance sequence. I'm so glad it wasn't lust at first sight!
The two have their ups and downs, some walls are built then broken down by their strong bond, and lots of fluffy times. One of the thumbs up of this series is the personality of the two protagonists. Our lovely hero is so sweet and inlove, you'll see him blush quite a lot. Oh how i love it when guys blush. Mitsuki-sensei's guys have all the qualities that an average dreamer wants their boyfriend to possess.
The art was at its finest. I seriously cannot complain a thing or two on mitsuki-sensei's art. Sometimes, i get the feeling that i want to try that art style, but since i know i can't do such beautiful thing, i don't think about it anymore. *sigh* how depressing.
The best thing about her drawing is the eyes. They show all the honest emotions of every character. They aren't extra large on size, too.
The fluffiness and mushiness is what's so good about this series. There's a little climax near the ending, so to add depth on their relationship. (oh yes, this is the "we've-met-before" kind of setting) the ending was more than satisfying. Yes, they did end up together, cliche, but it's sweet, trust me. There's an extra chapter where you'll see their approved relationship deepen. (you know what this means *wink wink*) overall, a great romantic read for all hopeless romantics! read more