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Aoba-kun's Confessions

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Review

Mar 17, 2018
CatEatYourPizza (All reviews)
Preliminary
EDIT: IN THE TIME OF WRITING THIS REVIEW, I HAD READ ONLY THE ONES TRANSLATED IN ENGLISH, BUT AS THERE WERE MORE AND MORE CHAPTERS COMING OUT, I HAD STARTED DISLIKING AOBA AS A CHARACTER. THIS STORY WAS EXTREMELY FLAWED, BUT I'M TOO LAZY TO EDIT THE WHOLE THING SO JUST BARE WITH ME, I NEED TO SAY THAT, OVERALL, I LOWERED IT TO A 7 IN SCORE.



I truly love this pure story.

I don’t know how to describe this, but this story is truly pure. The story is simple, yet engaging. I really love it. I suggest you read this story.

Story 8/10: the story really read more
Apr 1, 2020
HecticHooligan (All reviews)
Wow so what can I say about this manga. It's honestly beautiful.
Ema toyama doesn't get nearly enough recognition. Her art is always beautiful and her stories always engaging. I honestly think she is a master of her craft. Not every story needs to be ground breaking or have some shocking twist. Toyama sensei is a master of the shojo formula. She hits all the right beats and keeps you interested. I've heard complaints that her stories are generic, but I see nothing wrong with that. things seem generic because they work well and are featured prominently because of it. You can still tell the difference read more

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