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From Del Rey:
Yaya is a naïve and trusting girl. Hard-rocking, butt-kicking Nana is just the girl to grab hold of Yaya’s timid demeanor and turn it upside down. Can there be anything that terminally shy Yaya and hyper-confident Nana have in common? Well, for one thing, they’re the same person.
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I like it a lot, ..well, it's better than some other manga i've read. I like the art so much, and the story, even tho it's a bit too much i guess. But yeah, it's really interesting and it kept me going to the end. Usually i stopped in the middle if the story is not that god.
... Last updated on November 23rd, 2008, 10:30am
Good for boredom...?
After reading the first couple of chapters, the story seems promising enough. With Yaya's annoying, weak personality... it'd help to keep in mind that the story is based in Japan - a bullying is a major issue there as, unlike in its western counterparts, the education system doesn't really do much to help. It wouldn't be a surprise to find a character like her in real life in Japan. So while Yaya's annoying, she's a character that reflects the real life issue - and that's how her advanture as such begins. Will she be able to become the confident girl she used to be?
It's definitely a dramatic (soapie?) piece for those who love their drama that is interwined with romance. The story is definitely interesting although I think at some point later on, the mangaka sends her work on the downward spiral due to how the other characters are used to respond to Yaya's psychological issue.
a rough diamond
Yes i agree with some that the main character is a bit well off but the fact that she has a split personality is not only hillarious but quite entertaining and makes up for her stupidity. You will certainly not be bored because every chapter is packed with cool things, mostly funny.