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From Storm in Heaven:
Tamiya, a student whose honesty tends to be so blunt that it gets him in trouble, has fallen in love with Shirasaka, a teacher from his school. He's an excellent teacher, very caring and popular among students, but because of his dark past, there seems no hope for Tamiya to win over his heart. In the past, Shirasaka had a relationship with Iogi, his senior on the track team, and they were both in an accident which was Shirasaka's fault. Iogi became seriously injured and was forced to give up his athletic dreams. Since then Iogi has used Shirasaka's guilt to keep him close. Is there any chance for Shirasaka and Tamiya to be together?
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The art is unbelivable great and the story is good, but boy is it DRAMATIC. Unless you are prepared to hate or get upset with one particular character and have a few drops of sweat with the anticipation towards the end this may be a tough one.
This is a rather nice story... But I was kinda hoping for a better development between Iogi and Shirasaka... the plot's tight and the story's interesting... this one's a page turner and i finish it all in day...
I really liked this one. The ending was not what I'd expect, and I'm glad and relieved that the mangaka went with a nontraditional ending. I really like how the couple at the end got together. I also really liked Tamiya. Every time the plot feels like it's going to fly off into the ethersphere, he really grounds the story. I also like how his optimism makes anything seem possible. It's good a good antidote to all the pathos. I find it funny that this honest, straight-as-an-arrow high schooler turned out more mature than the two adults. (That's not saying much for the adults, though. ^^;)
... Last updated on December 5th, 2007, 4:46am
[edit by mod, Warning: Possible spoiler] I was really unsure about this one. I'm not a huge fan of drama and the description made it sound like your old typical triangle with one guy being use by a mean guy and is saved by the strong prince. But it's not. I REALLY liked the "bad" guy. Thing's aren't the way they seem to be. And of cource they all lived happily ever after!