Reviews written by UnicornLover333
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There are not enough words for me to describe this unbelievably moving and poignant manga.
The plot is what first intrigued me but the story actually goes much deeper. It actually takes the time to explore the process of falling in love which, more often than not, is complicated and delicate. Seryou and Yuzuru's relationship with each other tugged strongly at my heartstrings as they fleshed it out bit by bit, especially when they dealt with their feelings of jealousy and fear of the week's end. Lovely pacing, not too fast or slow.
The characters themselves are interesting pieces. The carefree and sometimes emotional Shino Yuzuru coupled with laid-back and somewhat possessive Seryou. Both judged often by their good looks and both longing for love. The supporting characters served their purpose well too.
As for the art, personally, I really love Takarai Rihito sensei's art. I don't think any other style would've suited this manga better, the realistic yet at times ethereal feel. Her characters were very nicely drawn, and she could really bring out all the emotions in them. The backgrounds were neat and pleasant to the eyes. I liked how there was emphasis on certain expressions and little, supposedly "non-important" gestures of the characters that held great meaning.
On the whole, this manga is a rare gem and I believe, is one of the best I have seen out there. It won't disappoint... unless you want more than two volumes.
Top 500 Reviewer
This manga is a must-read for any yaoi fan. It has not only a good plot, the characters are unique in their own way and have strong personalities. It's one of the few yaoi manga around that doesn't start with a rape/seduce scene. The relationship between the two main characters is sweet and humorous (downright hilarious at times actually... I nearly fell off my seat laughing a few times... -.-'). A little touch of drama is sometimes added to keep the story's pace. I also find Sakuragi Yaya-sensei's art rather refreshing. She adds just enough detail and her art is neat, she keeps those unnecessary lines out of the way. The plot is very easy-going and the story bumbles along in a happy pace of it's own. Her side stories are also very cute, especially 'Genetic Misfortune'.
All in all, it's one of the better yaoi manga around, so do check it out~!
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