Because of changes in seating arrangements, high school student Tsuda ended up behind the quiet and expressionless Endou. Their interaction is born from a trivial incident, and he begins to see Endou who he has never gotten to know before. That mole, slender nape, and soft hair. The subtle faces that he makes and little changes in his attitude. But Tsuda, who used to be indifferent about others and never made any deep connections, now feels impatient about the distance between him and Endou, who he has been gradually getting closer to. What on earth is drawing these feelings?
This manga is definitely a short n' sweet shounen ai. The story is incredibly cute with the two protagonists with their own fair share of narration where the author changes the POV from one buo to the other. However, maybe this is because the website I read it on is a little bit messed up, but the story (though very blushy fluffy and all whatnot) is a little bit convoluted- it seems to almost flow backwards. This is probably because the switch in narration where the speaker changes and the next body starts from his beginning. However because the series is already very short (only 5 chapters) this can make it a bit harder to enjoy the manga. The art is unique in that it seems very sketchy at parts and though at times it can comes off as messy this is what makes it unique from others. Because at times the "sketchiness" of the art can make it hard or confusing to follow it gets a 7.5
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