Yurara is a very cute story, that is very unique and inventive. The writing was spot on and there was a lot of drama, excitement, romance and tons of comic relief.
The art is not the greatest I've seen. It looks similar to early manga artwork from th 80s, but that type of drawing seems to add to the atmosphere of the story.
Another issue is the repetativeness of the plot line, and it is very short (only 5 volumes). This makes the story feel a little rushed and can limit your attachment to the characters.
The whole concept of the manga is about personal confidence,
and being who you are. The three main characters each grow and change throughout the story and all learn something valuable about themselves as a person.
Yurara is a good read. After your first time reading it, you should go back and read it again.
If Yurara was longer and wasn't so repetative, it would have bin a perfect ten.