Sixteen-year-old Seto is in love with Iori, a beautiful girl in his class who was recently the centerfold of a sexy swimsuit photo shoot. Though he finds it impossible to express his feelings to a girl he likes, Seto spends time with Iori anyways and they slowly grow closer together. All Seto wants to do is confess, but he's finding it difficult... especially when his long lost childhood girlfriend, Itsuki, walks into his life! Will Seto ever manage to tell Iori how he truly feels?
Some people might glance at this manga and dismiss it as fanservice-y, perverted, or whatever. But this manga actually goes much deeper than that. It has a lot of wisdom to say about growing up and how a young man should live their life. Normally, I would keep harem manga far away from a teenage boy (for obvious reasons.) This one, I wouldn't. I approve.</div>
I thought I"s was good, the artist did very good on the characters and everything. I feel that the movie was lacking some of the story, so I kind of like the manga better than the movie. Then again I'm kind of like that with any book I read and then watched the movie. Nothing beats your own imagination.
With many positive reviews everywhere, I have to say I was severely disappointed.The story pretty much follows the trend of:Frustrating-->Satisfying-->FrustratingRinse and repeat until the end.That being said, these satisfying moments are mostly that. Moments. I think I'm saying too much if I say they exceed 2chapters at a time. The rest are almost all frustrating.While it ends on one of the mentioned satisfying moments, there's almost no reason for us to believe things won't go downhill again.This manga could've, and I think should've, ended in about (the first) 30 or so chapters.
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