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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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Today, I read the chapter 40 and I thought, that if it ended there, it would be the best ending there could be. So, if anyone is getting tired of this manga (sorry, but I was), the end of chapter 40 is the best place to stop reading.
I don't mean I didn't like it, because I did, but I felt like now, that everything is taken care of, a new plot would start running, with which comes a long waiting for new chapters. That's why now, 'All's well that ends well', I am perfectly okay dropping the manga.
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.
very good. episodic- kind of
the story is sound, its execution clean. Mei's a doll- definitely in my top five fave manga heroines ever. and i adore Yamato-kun. he's too cute. his emotions and actions are very heart-warming. he keeps breaking my expectations of him- in a good way.
everyone does change when they meet Mei. it's because the things she says and does make sense. and they learn it through experience or realize it after knowing her better. it's misconceptions and prejudices being realized and addressed. these aren't evil people- they're kids who are growing and changing. even if some of it is a bit unbelievable in its rapidity, still so much more preferable to a cast of static brats who only serve to make the lead look better (but usually end up doing the opposite). very good shoujo. right up there with Beast Master, Kimi ni Todoke and Ao Haru Ride imo.
... Last updated on September 2nd, 2011, 9:34am
Really cute. :D
I'm not a big fan of smut or mature content, I honestly hate it because it ruins the stories so I never read smut. But this, is actually good. It has smut, but it doesn't have the annoying kind of smut like where the guy just tries to always have sex with the girl and she's all weak, naive and tries to fight him off but always gives in and shit.
And the characters, i love them. The girl is just so awesome. Her attitude and character and everything. It's different and refreshing and I like how she's strong-willed but also weak. I also like the guy too, He's nice and sweet in his own way but he has his bad sides as well. The story is cute and I like how their relationship develops along the way. Just a great story. D Art is nice too. I took a look at this author's other works, and wow, all smut and I'll say, this is the best one.
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.
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!!!
One of the more realistic takes on how a person falls for another and what's behind the playboy attitude. The smut was necessary for this story to really convey the message. I like the heroine's personality. But most of all, I like how the characters are fleshed out so that you can understand the reasons behind their actions. Plus, the male protagonist is a hot bishie.
... Last updated on January 23rd, 2010, 10:16am
Cute love story
When I started reading this manga I thought it was going to be like every other love story but I was wrong. It did get how love really is in real life which is what I love about it. You could relate to these characters and at times remember how it was to be in your first relationship. Did a full review please check it out http://otakulalaland.blogspot.com/2012/10/say-i-love-you-review.html
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.
There is character development. GASP!!! Mei is a really lovable character, I enjoyed following her grow as a person. its a nice series I don't think you should feel turn off from reading the other reviews. I understand why some people say that they find the series gets really tedious as they continue, but that is mostly true if you have been sticking with the series for a while. I read volume 1 to 8 in one go, I felt that it was really cute. Currently there are 10 -11 volumes available should you feel to annoyed with the support character stories then skip them.