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the only other book series like this is "all creatures great and small", a very fine story by an English vet about his experiences with animals in War-time England.
what makes a good story a great story, manga or otherwise, is when an author persuades you to love a character whole-heartedly, and when you feel a range of emotions: joy, anger, sadness; all of it. this is that story.
another big plus here is the incredible drawing-skill. I mean, it's one thing for the manga-ka to draw moe and/or human figures, but this lady draws dogs like I've never seen.
well, guess I got carried away, but I meant what I said. give it a try. read more
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it sounds very typical, but it's actually a very funny story! it's the kind of story where, when it's over, you wish it could on for another book. I think what helps is the fact that the manga-ka is a woman, and she admits to using her own experiences of attending an all-girl high school. the way the girls act, and react to situations is not at all like the normal co-ed hijinx you'd expect from this kind of story.
the characters are distinct and quite well-drawn; you come to expect their behavior to all the usual scenes, like getting a physical, field trips, "studying" for tests, etc.
so, if you look for profound depth in your manga, don't read this one, heh. It is strictly for fun. read more
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