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Mekakushi no Kuni is the story of high school student Outsuka Kanade who can sometimes see a person's future with a touch, and transfer student Naitou Arou, whose ESP is limited to past events. When Kanade glimpses an unfortunate incident coming, can she change it? She soon befriends Arou, who's no novice. While Kanade’s power is limited to the near future and is somewhat incontrollable, Arou’s is permanent and he can even use it to see an object’s “memories”. Are these teenaged seers of the past and future made for each other? And who's right: Arou with his "hands off" policy about meddling in people's lives, or Kanade whose more proactive stance has already had unhappy consequences?
當現在遇到未來 目隠しの国 Beyond the Blindfold Land of the Blindfolded Vương quốc của những dải băng bịt mắt
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It was. . . okay.
I felt myself wanting to read more, so it wasn't bad. But it wasn't great either. I expected it to be a bit more dramatic. But it was cute, and I did laugh. I enjoyed it. ^^
its nice, sweet, and typical. although i thought the ending was a bit weird.. it's still good, and a nice read.
Nice but pretty normal
Nice plot but not very exciting, Story develops normaly but the art is great as well as the characters, also too short , i think if given more space could develop to be one of the best.
... Last updated on February 21st, 2007, 5:43am
really sweet manga. Nice drawings. A cool plot too.
good, nice, what else?
mekakushi no kuni is one of my favorite shoujo mangas. it's so sweet and the drawings are very pretty. the guys are pretty too. i love the whole past present thing, the end was not as good as i thought, but still, good manga. peguin kakumei is good too.
Such a wonderful supernatural romance
I absolutely loved every character, well except Namiki, that douche. Though I will say...
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I felt really bad for him the way his family treated him. He didn't deserve that and then they had the audacity to think that he hated them. If he did, I wouldn't be surprised considering how they treated him and then they were the ones trying to play the victims. At least his mother told him she knew she was a terrible mother. I kinda wish it had shown him get together with that president girl. It was pretty clear they liked each other in the end.
Like *some* of the people out there, I find this manga... well... boring. It has nice people on it and the ESP thing is interesting, but, meh, it's just BORING nevertheless. Maybe, it's not for me lol
no cheesey romance, no two timing... that's how romance should be
I want to strongly recommend this manga unlike any other shoujo romance manga where there is a love triangle this one is pretty much the main girl only love the main guy and the main guy only loves the main girl and no one can tear them apart. There is no sex involve or even hinting of sex. Just plain traditional love which i like.
I didn't expect much from this series when I first started reading it, but I found myself hooked in no time... somehow reading this manga made me feel really, really good and happy (although, yes, there were some sad elements that made me tear up as well).
Overall, I found it to be a very heartwarming and enjoyable read, with none of the annoying characters that typically abound in shoujo series. And I agree with Odette, Arou is one of the kindest male protagonists I've seen in a shoujo manga. Heh, and he's definitely my favorite character: kind, sweet, loyal, and a little emotionally-fragile; never a mean word out of his mouth toward Kanade (except maybe a few teasing words at the very beginning). Gaahh, if only this guy were real (lol). READ THIS SERIES!
... Last updated on April 29th, 2009, 1:56am
their love for each other is sooo cute!!!!!!!! i did wished that the draws could be more serious at times, but i still loved it every much