Jan 16, 2010
The premise is interesting, albeit familiar: The main character has something she regrets not doing. When hit by a car, she is seemingly sent back to the past to relive her high school days and the one thing she regretted not doing. All I can say is the story is very touching! This means a lot coming from me because I don't like school romances.
The art has a very shoujo-like favour. It reminds me a bit of Takeuchi's art, except less wispy. I found the art to be quite good, but lacking some personality. Overall the art is good in my opinion.
Surprisingly good. Tomoko is
one of the few shy girls that is well crafted. She lacks the courage to do something, but she realizes this and regrets it. We see her slowly understanding her mistake and resolving to change it. The main male lead, Ogata, is likable as well. He usually teases Tomoko, but hides a more mature side of himself. The biggest plus about Ogata is that he isn't chauvinistic. He tells Tomoko what he thinks, but doesn't force his view upon her. Leaving it up to her to understand what she may from his words. I was impressed by the maturity with which Mashiba-san crafted her characters.
Anyone who likes shoujo, even a little, should read this! It's only a single volume, so it's not very long and the story and characters are well done. If you don't like romance, or school romances, I suggest still giving 1/6000 honesty a try because I enjoyed it and I don't really like school romances either. The story has a wonderful message hidden inside and it's very touching. Again, I recommended it~
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