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Ren'ai Nichijousahanji  
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Honey Senior, Darling Junior is an endearing collection of four short stories about the inevitability of love.

School is ending and two friends Hikaru and Tsuyoshi decide to go on a road trip together to make one last, good memory.

Chikato and Yo-o are fellow track runners with great potential. However, when Yo-o suffers a permanent leg injury, Chikato sticks by his friend through the good times and bad.

Niwa is considered the school weirdo. Only one fellow student Sako shows any compassion and understanding.

Finally, Ushio lives out lonely days in his hometown waiting for his cousin Kei to return home on university holidays.

What do all these couples have in common? Through all their laughter and tragedies, they discover a deep bond with each other they never knew existed...a bond that will last forever. Love is everywhere, but more importantly love is inevitable.


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Daily Love Affair, Honey Senior
Honey Senior, Darling Junior
Renai Nichijou Sahanji
Renai Nichijousahanji
Toshiue Honey Renai Nichijou Sahanji

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2 Volumes (Complete)

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Average: 6.3 / 10.0 (35 votes)
Bayesian Average: 6.5 / 10.0
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Last Updated
June 25th 2017, 2:44am PST



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Ren'ai Nichijousahanji   
Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
by angelkurisutin
November 5th, 2013, 9:14pm
Since the ratings seem to be on the lower end of the spectrum, I'll add my thoughts as a contrary opinion. I thought this collection of stories worked rather well as a lighthearted read. Everything was very sweet. The plots were quite simple and fitting for short stories, and there was no excessive drama. The pacing was nice, and the characters were loveable. While I probably won't remember much about it, at the same time it didn't leave me feeling bored or as if I'd wasted time reading it. It differs from others in that it achieves its sweet quality from a realistic approach and not one which tries so hard to be cute and romantic that you feel detached from the characters and their lives and relationships. Your heart flutters from the little things. While each story ends with a nice feeling of completion, I do feel that there is some unexplored potential in each. But it's hard not to feel a little cheered and uplifted after finishing these volumes.
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It has it's moments...a few.   
Rating: 7.0 / 10.0
by MightyMaeve
October 15th, 2009, 7:15pm
Overall, the collection is not worth time and money. Certain stories -either not mentioned at all in the above blurb, or not mentioned correctly- have elements in their plots that I liked, and the art certainly helped develop the story, but they are the exception to the majority. I didn't quite like the loose style of art and the cluttered feel to the background. The small 'asides' were too long and too plentiful; they became tiresome to read. The rest of the plots are all very average and not hitting on too much psychological depth, but they hold together at least.
I recommend from the first volume, chapter 5 "The Sky is Clear But the Tide is High" and chapter 4 from the second volume, "More Kiss." The first has a loveable character that is very much like CLAMP's Suki. (But not nearly as well developed.) The second one just a little slice of angst. Yum! The first volume also has an believable little extra about how a couple could discover by accident that they like a little soft bdsm.
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