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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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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
It's one of the stories that make you feel good after you've read them. Maybe not particularly deep(well, in fact it's pretty shallow) but heartwarming, cute, and funny. There is a wee bit of drama, but not as much as I expected considering the setup. It clearly shows that mangaka loves his characters, as in the end pretty much everybody turns out to actually be a good person. And, the following conversation was awesome: Arou: "I would like to have another present... that is... I want you!" Kanade: "All right!" with a broad smile on her face... Simply amazing. All in all, maybe it wasn't a masterpiece, but it was certainly an enjoyable read. If you don't require your manga to be filled with angst and suffering, be sure to check it out.
A good story that tends to wander in different directions. The characters' complex pasts seem like they should angst more - I almost feel as if the story wasn't dramatic enough. Still, I enjoyed the read.
cool manga..the romance of d main character with some trust..plus with the supernatural things..what can i say~hope d story never end..
very touching story! love the guys ;)
If your in the right mindset...then good
Hmmm, I really don't have anything bad to say about this, I reeeallly didn't want to read this manga and have been putting it off for about a year, but after struggling for 2months as to whether I should read this, I gave in.This mangas good buut...I'm just not in the mood for this atm...its tooo slow and I just want something interesting and fastly paced...so imma read this later ....I think :L
I did like Mekakushi no Kuni. It was cute. But that's all. It wasn't that creative, even though it could've been, since the idea itself is fantastic, and I didn't find it very compelling. It just didn't strike me as all that special.
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!
one of the few mangas that made me wish it was longer (9 volumes only??). also one of the few mangas that has beautiful illustrations as well as a beautiful story that, as some have mentioned, doesn't rely on the stereotypical over-the-top characters (the very genki girl, the very rebel-without-a-cause guy) and obvious romantic development. much of it is subtle and implied. i think it's a manga that can be enjoyed by older people as well. two thumbs way up~*