*THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS*
Girls Go Around is a story about one thing only....regrets. Kyousuke,a boy with no regrets, is stuck in a loop hole where he helps different heroines solve their problem of regrets.Its your typical different heroine story like TWGOK kind of situation.
Story-6: Each heroine has their own regrets whether its self esteem to love to friendship. Honestly, I enjoyed the different regrets each heroines have because it reflects on life especially how Kyousuke solves them. But the loop hole and repeating the same day gets boring after so many trial and error. The story could have easily been at least a 20-30 chapters manga if the author didnt skip it to the end which wasnt even the end. Honestly I felt it was axed so i assumed the author didnt want a happy ending because I'll tell you this....the ending wasn't good.
Art-8: I thought the art was unique and different from the other mangas im reading or read. It doesnt distract you and fits well with the story.
Character-7: Kyousuke is one of ur typical non energetic guy (similar to Oreki from hyouka or at least to me he does). He doesnt have any regret in life but as he helps each heroines he begins to question if he does. He gives life lesson about not regretting but its your ordinary typical cliche life lessons. Each heroines have their own unique backstory and its too much to cover. But they all have feelings for Kyousuke despite not remembering how he helped them.
Enjoyment-7: A decent story with a decent life lessons learn from it. Of course i enjoy how he solves each heroines regret and wish he could solve his own...
Overall-6: I know the ending shouldnt be the most important thing about anything but the story was WAAAAY too rush and that ending...that wasnt even an ending. I swear,no spoiler, it kinda reminded me of Steins;Gate where the loop never ends no matter how much you change it. You'll understand if you decide to read it despite my "ehh" review on it. Hopefully the author decides to put a real ending to it, then it might changed my opinion. read more