Aug 26, 2012
I've only read one chapter of this so far, so this review may no be the most helpful, but I can give my impressions of it so far... ^^
Story: It's the classic shoujo storyline: a girl and boy fall in love. However, the first story I read is different from the conventional one- shots floating around in the sense that the author has tried to flip things around a little and put in a few more twists. Since each chapter is a different story on different sets of characters, I'm looking forward to reading the rest.
Art: I only rate really amazing works, like Kaori Yuki's
manga, a 10, though I can safely say that the art here is very detailed and beautiful, and the story is well- drawn.
Character: Like all one- shots, it's difficult for authors to properly develop their characters' personalities within the short space of time. However, the boy in each chapter is drawn from a list of common male characters found in shoujo manga. People looking for something away from the stereotypes may want to go elsewhere, though that's not to say the characters are boring- it's easy to see the author's tried to give depth to them in the short amount of pages each chapter contains.
Enjoyment: It's a manga that you can just sit back and read when you're not really in the mood for anything heavy- there's humour, romance and everything else that shoujo has to offer.
Overall: I'd recommend you read it- it's a very enjoyable manga, and the fact that it only takes up one volume means the story is quick and amusing. ^^
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