Hana and the Beast Man is a relatively short story, completed at 16 chapters. It portrays the journey of Hana, a human, as she ventures past the wall separating beasts from man.
If you like a fast-paced developing romantic relationship, then this story is great for you. The introductory chapters form the foundation of the relationship between Hana and Sana [the beast man] and progresses to shift the focus on further improving the relationship between beast and humankind.
I found the plot quite interesting, provided it was formed on the cliche of a forbidden romance. However, the ending of the manga was personally unsatisfying as it provided little closure to what seemed to be a plaguing obstacle in the story. ARE BEASTS TREATED MORE KINDLY? WILL THE CEMENT WALL SEPERATING HUMANS AND BEASTS EVER BE TORN DOWN? I NEED ANSWERS!!! It seemed as if there wasn't anything more than a happy relationship between Sana and Hana, never giving context to the future between the two races even though Hana continuously stated that she wanted to abolish the inhumane treatment inflicted onto the beasts.
Overall, I give the manga an 8/10. The plot was great but seemed rushed at the end. The artsyle was excellent and I found myself simping over too many characters. (I'm not a furry, I swear.)