Story 1: Yuma is having trouble warding off perverts every morning on her way to school. Her classmate Suwa starts going to school with her, in order to protect her, and the two become a couple. However, Yuma is also interested in her biology teacher who rides the same train as her every morning…
Story 2: Kana-chan, Asami-chan, Haruta-kun, and Maya-kun are best friends. Kana and Haruta have been childhood friends forever, and Haruta cares for Kana. However, Kana finds herself falling for Maya-kun. When tragedy strikes, can things ever return to the way they were?
I was a bit puzzled by this manga at the beginning, because it keeps changing the story and turning to new characters. But at some point, they meet and it becomes really interesting. I found myself looking forward to the next unexpecting meetings (and so, waiting for the new volumes to be available!)
The story is really beautiful and enjoyable. You keep wanting to know what will happen next.
The characters feel realistic, and so relatable. Deep inside they all have a hidden secret, which links them somehow together. They are fragile, but also want to be strong. Even if at first, it’s hard to understand why these stories are told at the same time, the more you read, the more pieces start to fit together. It is a beautiful story about knowing how to get better, to get over your scars, to be able to move forward.
Another good point is that it's not very long, so you won't have to wait too much before the ending, and you won't be disappointed by it.
The drawings are not the best ever, but it fits well with the story, because their life is hard, so it feels realistic, and that's what I like about this story. They are simple, but at the same time it feels like they need to look that way, to fit with the story. In a way, they were beautiful because it seemed like it was the way they were supposed to be.
It's not a very popular manga, but I highly recommend it! I have it somewhere in my bedroom, and I like reading it from time to time. You never get tired of it. It’s not cliche, but it’s beautiful and moving. This is the kind of story you always keep somewhere, in the back of your mind…
(I couldn't find how to edit the chapter number but I think it's 10. anyway, I've read the whole manga) read more