Apr 27, 2014
Typical story. Girl loves a boy who's unattainable and the athletic 'prince' of the school who's been burned by love comes to her rescue. This causes her to reevaluate and fall for him. The girl herself is not too bright and relies heavily on some compatibility site or test and horoscope stuff while the guy is too invested in tennis and thatsball we know about him. Oh and that girls like him a lot.
I never expect shoujo romance to be deep especially when the characters are all 16, it just usually doesn't happen. With shoujo romance you get what you expect usually. A sappy but
heart warming love story with some beautiful perfect boy that you may or may not admit to wanting. Accepting that being the standard we can move on with the review realizing that were not looking at some deep and super meaningful forms of literature, if you want that go read some Faulkner or Steinbeck. Also the story is 6 chapters, that's it.
The artwork is well done.all pretty traditional nothing that is going to be super memorable but nice to look at.
The storyline itself is typical but execution of the story was pretty cut short, since it was 6 chapters all the action was fast moving. One chapter would pass and about three things at once would happen. They'd be in and out of love in one chapter. It appeared that there were a bunch of half made characters. Two characters try to get in the way of the romance sort of but those characters and the situation aren't developed at all reading you kinda confused.
The ending came fast and it appeared all problems were resolved in 2 pages leaving you wanting to rip your hair out since it shouldn't be that way.
This story has some nice artwork but seriously lacks development and creativity. Most of it has been done before and has been developed at least a little more and if not developed, it at least is a decent length so the stretch of events seems a little more realistic.
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