Seiji Utsumi is a wholly unathletic boy who is infatuated with Iketani, a bubbly and pretty girl in the school’s tennis club. Unfortunately, while he knows exactly how to get the result he wants in dating sim games, he has no intention of attempting to approach his real-life crush and is simply satisfied to admire her from afar. One day, however, the new beauty in his class, Yuki, learns of Seiji’s affections for her senior in the club and takes it upon herself to help him in his romance - and the first step is to get him to join the tennis club! Now Yuki is coaching the lovestruck teen in how to win his love, but are her intentions true, and will Utsumi be able to get the “Good Ending” he desires?
Good Ending certainly has a good story but contrary to it's name, does not have a good ending. The story is amazing, heart wrenching, and tear jerking, I found myself many times with my eyes watering at this realistic(kind of) love story. I absolutely loved it, the characters were well portrayed and each one had a unique story. The art though was a little bit odd for me as I usually select my manga reads based on the initial art (admittedly). I think this story is a must read if you can get past the terribly rushed ending. It is almost as though the manga was axed and had to be wrapped up in a chapter or 2. It was going so well, finally overcoming the single obstacle that had been there for like 35 chapters (which was admittedly trying my patience) I thought the story was finally going to go somewhere. Well boy was I right, it hops right into it, rushing all the way to the end in the span of 3 chapters, the final 2 chapters covered so much content in so few pages they could've easily made 20-30 more chapters out of it. Either way, they must've caught wind of the story getting dry and stale like Kimi no Iru Machi and decided to play it safe. You'll fall head over heels for this manga if you like a good story, but you'll bash your brain out on the table at the stupidity of some of the characters (like all good stories).
Warning: contains spoilers -> Don't read if you don't have to. From the beginning i got hooked into the story. I was in the mood for some lovey-dovey manga, and this one seemed the right one! So much happening between the characters and so much misunderstanding. One thing is for sure, the love is real here. There were some moments i just didn't want to continue because i was afraid of what will happen next. I felt their pain and emotion in a realistic way and it was overall such a sweet connection between them.Unfortunately there is a but(t). It says Good Ending, and certainly this is what you will receive. Though, you won't feel the chemistry of love by then. Why? Because it's simply rushed. So much is happening in the last couple of chapters. And not even rushed in a good way! But rushed in the most cliche way i can imagine for a love story. I mean it's like the first 120 chapters were like good passionate sex, and then the last 36 chapters were like 3 minute porn videos.We get an amazing build up for Tooru. So amazing that you even get afraid the moment he appears in the manga. Afraid that he will destroy everything Seiji and Yuki have. But then suddenly abduction? Seriously? And then Seiji becomes the knight in shining armor. Wait there is more! He even climbs down her window to runaway together!! Oh Kei Sasuga, you didnt...This is the type of hollywood-romance-cliche ending that i DO NOT want to read. This could've gone into a way more heartwrenching ending which will also satisfy you. I finished this at 4 o'clock nighttime, i sacrificed sleep so i can finish this. And it was not worth it. The next day i woke up like shit because of this.I'am happy for you Seiji that you got a Good Ending, but i did not.
Good Ending is an Emotional roller coaster of A Ride!.The story is amazing, heart wrenching, and tear jerking, I found myself many times with my eyes watering at how realistic the were love story.I absolutely loved it, each characters were well portrayed and each one had a unique story and Characterization. The art wasn't a that Special or Anything, but when there were full panel Art there were a lot of emotions Carried in theme. The Story is a Great in fact it was Amazing I praise "Kei Sasuga" Back and Forth Romantic Story telling (Only issue is that I want a full medicine Manga!.), The issue with the Story is weirdly enough the Ending it was Rushed and she Tried to give everyone a Good Ending when in actuality only 1/4 people have good Ending. It might not be apparent @ first if you bing read like I did but when you think back to the best moments in the Series the Ending is never there and it feels hollow. It jumped right into it, rushing all the way to the end in the span of 3 chapters, the final 2 chapters covered so much content in so few pages they could've easily made 10-25 more chapters out of it. Either way, they must have caught wind of the story getting dry and stale at the ending decided to play it safe. You'll fall head over heels for mangas for a good story, but you'll bash your brain out on the table at the stupidity of some of the characters (and Gladly they didn't do that here all the actions the protagonist took to Love I genuinely believe it stuff I could have done myself).
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