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Manga Review: Crimson Hero by Mitsuba Takanashi

Crimson Hero by Mitsuba Takanashi Published by Shueisha on 2011 Genres: Contemporary, Romance Source: Scanlation Amazon • The Book Depository Goodreads When fifteen-year-old Nobara Sumiyoshi transfers to Crimson Field High School, she hopes to play competitive volleyball, but her mother will do anything to keep her off the court and working at her family’s Japanese […]

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Manga Review: Lovely*Complex by Aya Nakahara

Lovely*Complex by Aya Nakahara Published by Shueisha on 2001 Genres: Contemporary, Romance Format: eBook Source: Scanlation Amazon • The Book Depository Goodreads Risa Koizumi is the tallest girl in class, and the last thing she wants is the humiliation of standing next to Atsushi Otoni, the shortest guy. Fate and the whole school have other […]

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Review: Good Morning Call by Yue Takasuka

Good Morning Call by Yue Takasuka Published by Shueisha on 1997 Genres: Contemporary, Romance Format: eBook Source: Scanlation Amazon Goodreads Nao Yoshikawa stays behind to live by herself when her parents leave to inherit her grandpa’s farm in the country. On the day she moves into her new apartment, she discovers that it was rented […]

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Review: Tokyo Crazy Paradise by Yoshiki Nakamura

Tokyo Crazy Paradise by Yoshiki Nakamura Genres: Dystopian Format: eBook Source: Scanlation Goodreads Set in a futuristic Japan where crime has elevated and apathy prevails, Tsukasa is brought up as a boy in order to protect her from the crime-ridden Japan. When the murder of Tsukasa's parents leaves her and her brothers homeless, she finds […]

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Manga Review: Maid Sama! by Hiro Fujiwara

Maid Sama! by Hiro Fujiwara Published by TOKYOPOP on September 5, 2006 Genres: Contemporary, Humor, Romance Format: Paperback Source: Library Amazon Goodreads Brilliant and overachieving, Misaki Ayuzawa is the President of the Student Council at Seika High School, formerly a boys’ school. Unfortunately, most of the students are still male and stuck in their slovenly […]

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