The continuation from Deep Love: Ayu no Monogatari. This story is about Reina, a cheerful 19-year-old single mother. During Ayu's story, Reina was raped in a karoke bar and eventually gave birth to a baby girl she named Ayu. Now, Reina has fallen in love, but when she told him she had a child, he dumps her! And what's worse is that her daughter, Ayu, accidentally falls down the stairs and during the surgery she becomes blind! What will happen to this once very cheerful mother?
If you have seen my review for Deep Love Ayu no Monogatari, then you might see some similarities.
Deep Love Reina no Unmei is probably the saddest, and most tragic. It tells the story of a friend, lover, and mother whose name is Reina. The art is good, and there are not many characters, but not many characters are needed for this short manga. It's a quick read, but a hard one to get through. If you are looking for a happy manga I suggest you turn around before reading this one. However if you think you can handle it then I strongly suggest you read it!read more
When it says that Her boyfriend dumped her, he didn't ok. Deep Love-Reina no Unmei, tells a story of a teenage mom. She loves her daughter, loves her boyfriend, and has a great life.
I absolutely loved it. Very tragic indeed, if you only like rainbows and sunshines, I suggest you read something else. This story shows happiness, family relationships, and struggles in life. Hy, it even relates to maybe some of them few pregnant teens in Reality.
The art is strikingly familiar. It greatly shows the expressions of the characters, and does have some smut scenes in certain parts. They can make the characters ugly or beautiful. I just gotta say, love the art!
Reina is cheerful, caring , and loving towards others. She's friendly and outgoing, and tries her best to please people. Though I gotta say she does seem a little...dumb. Why would you become a prostitute, why not work at Mcdonalds. But Overall, I gotta admit her life's pretty sad.
This story gave my respect for drama's. Naturally I hate tragedies and dramas. But this, struck my heart, with it's touching story.
Overall I enjoyed the Manga, and I'm sure you might too. If you enjoy tragic romances, and family struggles. c:read more
You definitely have to read 'Deep Love: Ayu no Monogatari' and 'Deep Love Host’ to fully grasp the concept and sadness of this manga conclusion.
From reading 'Deep Love: Ayu no Monogatari' to this, i can honestly say that i would not have pictured such a change of events. But the most annoyong thing about Deep Love was the concentartion on death :(. Yes, i understand that they wanted to keep it bealivable with reality but it was just too much. But atleast with every volume you get a continuance explaination of each main characters :)
However, one thing I mainly loved about reading the Deep Love manga series is that they all link together; unlike a lot of mangas I’ve read with various volumes which tend to jump years with the absences of an explanation.