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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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I love all the main characters. It is impossible to hate any of them they're all so adorable especially Kanada ;} Too bad that the story had to end.
I read this because I like " penguin revolution" so much (and this serise is the same author as it) but when i finished this. I think it not fun as much as penguin. the plott's too long and in the last I felt tried of it.OH~! But i like arou-kun he really cute >w<.
Rating: 7 / 10.0
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
i thought this was a reeally great read but i wish there was more about Arou and Kanade and less about Namiki i also especially like chapter 32 cause of the misunderstang lol i wish that really did happen... i also Arou and Kanade get married
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One of her earlier works, Tsukuba Sakura knows how to tell a story without over exaggerating. Although the ending was unexpected (a bit open-ended), I could tell where it lead. I am just sad that it ended so quickly! I'm sure it could have been a little longer*sigh*
The question is, would you use your power to see the past or future to save someone? Arou proves that seeing the past CAN save someone's future, no matter what the circumstances. Kanade's determination to change the present and save the future of many people's lives is really touching. :] I love the simplicity of the plot, but the complexity of the character development of it all. There's so much emotion, and Tsukuba Sakura portrays the characters so well. It's not a story where each character is introduced right from the beginning. As each character enters, their stories unfold so subtly that sometimes I'm like "oh yea that did happen to that person", but I forget that I read it a little while back. Plus, the relationship(s) are so sweet. I've grown to love all the characters, and I'm sure others will too.
I really like it which is rare. Usually I find something really annoying with this type of manga, but so far (I've read up to volume 1) I like the characters which is a rarity. I usually find the main characters annoying especially the heroine but I really like Kanade. I definitely recommend it!
The whole story was amazingly and beautifully told..! The artwork was so great and really helped to play out the image of the storyline! Even if this book was a novel without pictures...it would still be a sight to behold and I would continuously read it over and over...!
Though I must admit that I almost didn't read it because of the genre it was in...but I'm glad I did because it turned out to be one of my all time favorite manga EVER!!!!
Highly recommended to all manga audience!!!
i really liked it so hands down for the mangaka.i really like her work (i also read pinguin revolution , which was made by her and it was great) .the story is heart warming and i realy really liked it
... Last updated on December 22nd, 2009, 7:27pm
Just when you think you've read all the manga out there. A refreshing tale that makes you eager for life. Not too long so you'll get bored of it, but not too short that you'll crave more. Wonderful art and wonderful story, a must read.
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. ^^