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From Karma Falls Scanslations: Mei Tachibana has spent her 16 years without making either boyfriend or friends. One day, she roundhouse-kicks a popular boy in school, Yamato Kurosawa, because of a misunderstanding but for some reason it seems that he takes a liking to her and one-sidedly claims that they're friends.
只要你说你爱我 好きっていいなよ。 พูดว่ารักกับฉันสิ 사랑한다고 말해 Say "I Love You" Say I Love You Sig "Jeg Elsker Dig" Suki tte Ii Na Yo Suki-tte Ii na yo Sukitte Ii na yo Sukitte Ii Nayo Sukitte Iina yo
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There's foreshadowing where you wouldn't have expected it, and the manga so far (chapter 25) has made me nothing short of impressed. There is development with the characters, there is miscommunication, but you can get a sense that they're different from how they were earlier on in the chapters. One thing I love about this is that later on in the chapters there are discussions and talks. Like actual people, they get upset or hurt about things, but they talk them out. Kai I especially love because of his ability to observe and he seems like an amazing voice of reason. You can't really hate any of these characters if you look at it realistically--everyone has a reason, every has a backstory.
This entire manga is impressive work and amazing. The characters deal with situations as they would as teenagers their age. And Mei being the main character never felt wishy-washy or anything--the beginning of the manga, of course, is very awkward compared to later on where things flow and feel a little more, but all characters at one point experience doubt or question themselves. Even the 'villain's as they are, aren't truly villains because this manga doesn't just become a limited POV in some way. It looks upon the development and growth of all these students, and at least one or two things will hit home for you when you watch them go through it.
... Last updated on December 18th, 2012, 3:33am
This my Second reading a Shoujo manga well i had lots reading shojo but this is the second time i fell in amaze this story ! ! I remember my junior high i got lots of bully violence with my classmates!!! O h well past is drop it! ! I'm gonna watchlist this manga!!!
It's okay. It's good. man, I'll say that. And I was a pretty devout follower of it for the first couple of chapters (which were really good!) But after a while...I dunno.
It's not that the characters started to go down or anything. And I know that my aversion to love triangle drama is my own problem, but dude. It's really starting to get on my nerves.
My problem is that most of this manga focuses on how much everyone else is in love with Mei and Yamato and not really on how much Yamato and Mei develop. Sure, for the first couple of chapters, that's what it focused on. But now ALL I READ ABOUT is the ladies that hate Mei and love Yamato and that one guy who is in love with Mei and blah blah blah blah. I don't care about them! At least, not as much as they keep getting chapters for!
I hope that makes sense. The story and art is good, and I recommend this to be read, but I want it to be over now. If all that it's going to do is keep introducing other "significant other"s that are "trying to tear about Mei and Yamato" this story isn't really going to go anywhere.
... Last updated on August 19th, 2015, 6:47pm
this is sooo sweet !! Love the main female, i usually hate the main girls in smut mangas (because most of them are sex-obsessed b******)but this one is frickin' adorable!! I want to hug her :3 sometimes yamato got on my nerves but he is quite sweet ^^
cute and adorable
It's cute and adorable. She's the strong type and I can't believe she even starts falling in love! But the only problem I have is that it doesn't make a good impression on me >_> It's been a month and I don't really recalled what happened It's a good story but.. nothing too intriguing.
Good or Bad? Hard to say....
The arts not bad and the characters are interesting, but what really, and i mean REALLY annoys me is how all the other charaters besides the lead and her love interest are horny perverts. Their problems involve having to big boobs, having casual sex, or thinking their ugly so they have sex. Like seriously! I know this is labeled mature, but thats way to much pervert teenage hornyness! If you can get past that, its a pretty interesting story
It took a while for me to get interested because the story went on and on about the side characters and rarely centered on the main characters. Kind of like Perfect Girl evolution. For a romance it wasn't really appealing. But finally, at chapter 17 onwards the focus might be back to their romance. Hopefully....
Nothing unique since it still has some relatively typical plot points,but it's pretty good. The protagonist exhibits unpredictable sides of herself which is is what makes this quite interesting apart from the fact that she gets all sappy and repetitive with her own storyline [past]. The subplots are also unnecessary; A few chapters right after both leads meet and the progress begins to unravel, It loses focus and you suddenly find yourself reading something almost different.The author decides to insert some other characters and their romantic relationships and it gets awfully confusing.
The art is very well executed especially the emphasis on the characters' eyes, particularly Mei's. I'd say I would've enjoyed this even more if it weren't for Kurosawa's ridiculous hair,actually.
Well, what can i say, i always fall for pretty art, and in 'Say "I love you"''s case, the art is merely gorgeous, at least. Plus the story is one of the most romantic and fairy-tale like, though contains a big deal of realistic details to be considered both natural and very cute. I will definitely read it.
So amazing!!!!! This is better than the average shoujo. C: I love mangas that have alternative girls, either shy(I understand that) Or just realistic c: so I love the main lead <3 the arts great The story's good The characters are awesome I just love it alot <3