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Sweetness and Lightning

*This is a digital eBook, not a physical book.

Synopsis

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Review

Mar 18, 2016
ScarletNitsa (All reviews)
Preliminary
I'm telling you.. the amount of fluff in this manga's probably illegal somewhere.

the story may not be the most original; a single father raising his young daughter with the help of some really nice people, we saw that in many mangas like Usagi drop (before in went to hell), My girl, etc.. but while all of them focus on the struggles and joys of daily life we find that this particular manga appeals to both your kororo and stomach, I've actually found myself googling many of the recipes that they introduce in this manga which is a pretty nice treat if you're a food lover read more
May 17, 2016
Millawls (All reviews)
Preliminary
Amaama to Inazuma MAL review

Barakamon, Usagi Drop, My Girl, Yotsuba, Amaama to Inazuma.

What do all of these have in common? They’re all heartwarming stories about a child, (not a loli) their guardian and their daily life. Amaama to Inazuma is not as heavy themed as My Girl. It’s not as weird as Usagi Drop nor is it as carefree as Barakamon or Yotsuba. It’s delightful, charming and doesn’t get (too) involved in drama, while still maintaining a (somewhat) coherent story.

STORY

The story is about father and daughter, Kouhei and Tsumugi, their daily life and discovery of new types of food. Kouhei is a math teacher and read more

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