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Synonyms: Sweet Sweets Stories
Japanese: シュガーズ


Type: Manga
Volumes: 6
Chapters: 34
Status: Finished
Published: 2008 to 2011
Genre: Romance Romance
Theme: School School
Demographic: Shoujo Shoujo
Serialization: Margaret
Authors: Yamamori, Mika (Story & Art)


Score: 7.661 (scored by 13611,361 users)
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Ranked: #16992
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Popularity: #3372
Members: 4,327
Favorites: 28
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A collection of short stories that revolve around a chain of people.


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Aug 20, 2021
reallynotraven (All reviews)
Some stories were good, others were not. While I started out liking the stories and characters because of how cute and fluffy they were, it didn't stay that way for long.

The author kept on introducing more and more and more and more and more characters throughout the manga to the point that I didn't even remember their names by the last chapter. Most of the storylines are also predictable and some characters were pretty one dimensional. It's sad because there ARE characters and couples that I liked but the author didn't give them enough time to be fleshed out because of how short and unimportant read more
Sep 17, 2015
Desk05 (All reviews)
update: Since re-reading this, I didn't notice all the age differences in the upcoming volumes:o

Story: [Concerning the first 14 chapters; review from Sept 14, 2015]
I liked this series from the get-go. Sugars is a series of connected one-shots with recurring characters all set in the same school. All of the love is pure with nothing obscene or demeaning. The humor is great too. I cracked up at the 'recipe for life' in the third one shot. I enjoy that this manga touched on "true love fading" and new love arising. With shoujo, you're often coined into thinking all relationships are eternal (unless it's a love read more
Jan 16, 2016
abi6 (All reviews)
This is a compilation of one-shots by Yamamori Mika, author of popular manga Hirunaka no Ryuusei.
The art style is not completely the same, but similar. Yamamori-sensei draws faces in a recognizable way that her fans love. What I really like is that every character is looking different - sometimes mangakas can't change anything than a hair colour. Here we have really unique-looking characters, but not only that - they are really different as a whole! Different age, hobbies, personality, gender, every one of them though is battling with love.

Stories are cute and warm, in a good harmony between funny and serious, leaving you with read more
Oct 14, 2016
geekyetti (All reviews)
When this manga first came out I was super into it. I thought the storytelling was really unique since it is an anthology series but stays connected through characters. All the characters that have a story has appeared in another chapter showing the connections to the other stories which really illustrates that all of the stories in Sugars occur in the same world in the same setting. The art is very nice too. I always look forward to reading Sugars and I never get tired of reading the same chapters over and over again since they're so cute. I really read more

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