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Synonyms: 17 Juunana
Japanese: 17 【じゅうなな】


Type: Manga
Volumes: 5
Chapters: 20
Status: Finished
Published: May 13, 2008 to Jan 13, 2010
Genre: Romance Romance
Demographic: Shoujo Shoujo
Serialization: Bessatsu Friend
Authors: Sakurai, Machiko (Story & Art)


Score: 7.251 (scored by 660660 users)
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Ranked: #47752
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Popularity: #6404
Members: 2,106
Favorites: 5


Female protagonist liking the male main character first. the main guy, being indecisive. Involves lots of drama and some past tragedy. The plot is more or less similar for both. 
reportRecommended by kiiroibara
This has the same premise as Strobe Edge and 17. Nina and Kyousuke are good friends, but Kyousuke begins seeing someone else. Nina still remains friends with him and her feelings for him continue to grow.  
reportRecommended by Koemine
These manga have this kind of melancholic feeling but both also have a premise of just enjoying life. In 17 and Orange, both boys have something tragic happen to them; in 17, the boy has a tragic past, while in Orange, the boy has a tragic future. Both manga focus on how the girl deals with it and tries to overcome and enjoy life with the boy she's fallen in love with. 
reportRecommended by Koemine
This manga has a bit of a similar vibe. Ren is involved with Mayuka, while Ninako secretly likes him and becomes friends with him. However, the relationship between him and Mayuka is static. Shiika and Ren are similar as far as their love lives.  
reportRecommended by Koemine
The girl falls for the guy first but is rejected because the guy has personal issues to deal with. Even after being rejected though they remain friends and the story continues from there. Both have similar plot lines although I would say 17 is a bit more geared toward older people and is slightly more mature while LE could be enjoyed by a much younger group as well.  
reportRecommended by bluespirit
Similar relationships that have to do with breaking up, falling in love again, and overcoming hardships. 17 isn't a josei like Nana but it still covers some of the same themes.  
reportRecommended by bluespirit
1. Both main characters are already in a relationship at the beginning of the story 2. Both main characters are secretly unhappy in their relationship (but can't put a finger on that feeling) 3. The supporting male characters are both kind of happy-go-lucky boys, and 4. they are also taken (Souhei in Sprout has a girl friend, and the best friend in 17 has a crush on Megumi) 5. But the main characters and the supporting male leads have some sort of connection... Both are very good reads and wonderful slice-of-life stories. Though they are very similar in plot, the way the story is presented differs. But I highly  read more 
reportRecommended by sundaylunch