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It should and could have prolong a little bit longer, the beginning and middle portion were smooth sailing, but the ending was just a teensy bit disappointing.
Nevertheless, I love her drawing, it's just how i like it ^-^, a fan of hers already.
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But the characters and the plot severely underplay the underlying tragedies.
Katagiri Aoi lives in the countryside, and likes it just fine there.
Yet, to her dismay, her parents are moving to Tokyo, and she has to come along.
There are a few loose ends (regarding secondary characters) and the main couple too gets a rather open-ended (but quite satisfying) ending. It didn't keep me on my toes and the ending wasn't as good as I would have liked, but it is definitely cute, unique, informative and it adds something to the genre....
Last updated on March 23rd, 2010, pm Very plain couple - girl doesnt have much personality, nor does the guy - their relationship is dull and not even build up properly. The artwork is good, but that's basically it - one cliche after another, dull characters, boring relationship - this is a mediocre manga to it's core. Just a mediocre manga, that you should read only if you have a time to waste.