Nov 16, 2008
Tasogare (All reviews)
Well, let me start by confessing that fact that I’ve only read the first volume. Not out of a lack of interest, but out of a lack of access. I’m still trying to either hunt down the others or save money and get them shipped.

I love what I’ve seen so far though. The mangaka seems to be trying to provide an unbiased view on things like sexual harassment, drugs, and suicide. The cold, brutal, truth, so to speak. None of that Moral Ed stuff where they practically brainwash you and tell you exactly what to do in what situation, but the things that really happen to teenage girls, and from their point of view. It’s a bit melodramatic at some points, but the characters are great and easy to sympathize with.

It’s a collection of short stories, each handing a different issue, so there’s not much I can say about the plot. But if you like oneshots, then this is great.

It’s something you should read if you can ever get your hands on it. I’d recommend this to just about anyone actually, because it’s awareness stuff people should know about.