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Forget Me Not
LOVED AND LOST After an accident on his scooter, Yusuke Serizawa awakes to find himself in a hospital bed. The cause of the accident—the sight of a familiar face that distracted him. However, it turns out that the person who distracted him was also the person who called the ambulance for him, and whoever it was won’t reveal their identity. All Yusuke knows is that this person is a woman from his past—someone that he loved and possibly wronged. Now Yusuke must search his memories of the women in his life to discover the identity of his guardian angel. Will Yusuke be able to find the true identity of this woman and rekindle the flame of a past love or will this woman forever remain a mystery, lost to old memories?
Mar 12, 2016
44 of 44 chapters read
41 people found this review helpful
Although I would get angry at how stupid Serizawa was from time to time, overall the story was enjoyable. The ending was not to my taste, though it feels like more and more series end in similar fashion. One could argue it was a fitting ending for the story, but to me it felt like it was rushed to end early. Maybe it got the ax? Who knows.
I would say give this manga a go, it's definitely worth while. However, if you don't like the open ending, stay away from it.
Apr 15, 2018
44 of 44 chapters read
21 people found this review helpful
The whole story revolves around the love stories of Yusuke Serizawa and his interaction with various girls since childhood till his adulthood. He's a very slow at growing and this is fully reflected in his behaviour with the various girls. But I have to say that each meeting and departing had its own reason.
While reading I've felt like looking a real clumsy guy struggling with his loves, lovers, life and past experiences. Perhaps some events were a little forced but the overall story was well done.
Life has a lot of hurdles and when you mixes the love, which you're looking for as a pillar to support you, vanishes or crumbles because external factors or your own faults at noticing your partner feelings and your own, everything becomes so much complicated.
Every character has his own issues and reactions well explained in my opinion, where everyone has to overcome his/her problems to finally be able to grow and struggle for the hope of a better future.
It was a very nice read and a satisfying ending. So for just 7 volumes or 44 chapters it's worth your time.
On final note I've noticed that the tankobon version of the last chapter has an extra page which the original chapter didn't have. And this final page does make a difference (it's not an open ending). ;) read more