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Aisubeki Musumetachi

Aisubeki Musumetachi

Alternative Titles

English: All My Darling Daughters
Japanese: 愛すべき娘たち

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 6
Status: Finished
Published: Dec 19, 2003
Authors: Yoshinaga, Fumi (Story & Art)
Serialization: Melody

Statistics

Score: 7.711 (scored by 217 users)
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Ranked: #19952
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Popularity: #8750
Members: 626
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Chapters: /6

Synopsis

Yukiko, a salarywoman in her thirties, still lives with her mother Mari. But their relationship suffers a sudden change when Mari announces that she's getting married—to an ex-host and aspiring actor who's younger than Yukiko. Yukiko, convinced he's out to fleece her mom, can't stand to stay in the house and decides to move in with her boyfriend.

(Source: VIZ Media)

Background

Aisubeki Musumetachi was published in English as All My Darling Daughters by VIZ Media under the VIZ Signature imprint on January 19, 2010.

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alexalgebra
Sep 14, 2010
This book was awesome! I found it at the library and figured it would be some kind of sappy romance, but it's actually quite interesting. It weaves together the stories of several women all centered around one particular family. Each chapter focuses on a different relationship, either mother-daughter or someone's love life. We see how behaviors get passed from generation to generation and how peoples' pasts affect their presents. The character development is fantastic, especially for only being one volume. I wholeheartedly recommend this to anyone that likes to read slice-of-life stories with drama and humor with a definite read more
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Mylene
Oct 22, 2016
I have always been a fan of short stories, particularly when they're loosely tied together through an anthology. That's just one of the reasons I found myself enjoying All My Darling Daughters.

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In addition to the interconnected stories, there's also the art to love. Yoshinaga's gentle strokes are both soft and vibrant. Emotions are well expressed. Of course, the art is also the one thing I disliked. Her comedic-style often came out of nowhere, and while I liked it on its own, it felt completely out of place amongst the rest of it.

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the second story..
flyingsquirrels - Oct 1, 2014
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