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Watashi-tachi ni wa Kabe ga Aru.  
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Makoto is suddenly confessed to by her narcissistic childhood friend Kikuchi Reita. Not even just any confession, he stands in the street and publicly says “If you want a boyfriend that badly, I don't mind going out with you”. Which was obviously a no, since Makoto has never considered Reita to be a man, especially a man of interest. What will become of her daily life now that Reita insists on her going out with him?


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Entre toi et moi (french)
There Are Walls Between Us
watashitachi ni wa kabe ga aru
Watashitachi ni wa Kabe ga Aru.

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v.3 c.15 by Summer Rain 8 months ago
v.3 c.14 by Summer Rain about 1 year ago
v.3 c.13 by Summer Rain about 1 year ago
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7 Volumes (Complete)

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Average: 7.5 / 10.0 (95 votes)
Bayesian Average: 7.28 / 10.0
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People complain about the female protagonist, but...   
Rating: N/A
by Kapwned
July 13th, 2017, 4:45am
I am getting tired of male protagonists who are forceful and pushy and downright mean. He literally gaslights her. Rejecting him is no excuse! The descriptions say he's a narcissist - that's not a good thing. In what universe is his behavior okay?? It doesn't matter if he loves her. This is a common trend I find in manga that drives me up the wall. Manga has a tendency to portray these guys as attractive. They are confident men who know whats best for her and go for what they want - they're bold! They're also jerks. Long rant short - cliche asshole protagonist, cliche female protagonist who lets him inch his way into her heart even though she's got perfectly good options out there. Why on Earth these men are so committed to winning her over? I don't know.
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Rating: N/A
by Poopee6
February 27th, 2017, 9:24pm
Why is it that shoujo (directed towards female audiences) always have to have annoying female leads? If it's directed towards females, can we at least put some genuinely likable female leads in there, huh, mangakas? This girl was at first a pretty likeable girl but then she just goes and ruins it for herself by her inability to think properly. She's basically a coward and too stubborn to think that the guy actually likes her because she just wants to remain childhood friends because of some "twisted" background story with her dad (even though she has explicitly said that she likes him so I don't understand why the mangaka even bothered to include that part if it was just going to be ignored in future chapters...?)...Honestly, this manga probably makes 0 sense and I literally want to throw my chair out of the window out of frustration for such unbearable female leads like this girl. My God.
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a normal shoujo   
Rating: 1.0 / 10.0
by P0laris
July 12th, 2016, 9:41pm
with a super annoying female lead and a little interesting male lead, this manga is a cliche shoujo but really boring. I just stopped reading at chapter 13, it makes me desperate!

... Last updated on July 12th, 2016, 9:41pm
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Train wreck   
Rating: 1.0 / 10.0
by yamaken-dono
November 12th, 2014, 3:41am
Train wreck from beginning to end. Transparent and lazy and reinforces most of the worst shoujo tropes. Of course the guy is a popular womanizing jerk. Of course the protagonist is an exception, unlike all other shallow girls. Of course she's not allowed to even entertain the possibility that someone might like her. Of course any of her attempt at fighting back his attention is out of tsundereness and will result in absolute disaster. Of course then he's gonna swoop in to rescue her from her stupidity and selfishness in thinking she can make her own decisions.

There are shoujo that I love and there are shoujo that make perfectly fine guilty pleasure. And then there are the absolute lowest common denominators of the genre, like this one.
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Why is it that all the boys like walls? (to corner girls with their arms)   
Rating: 7.0 / 10.0
by ishitagupta
March 13th, 2014, 7:26am
Well the summary looked a lot of fun! Why can't such boys be MY childhood friends?! I might even give him a different answer! Though if he worded it exactly that, it's doubtful! Can't wait for future chapters and maybe an otome game based on this one! Wheee

But... after reading the first chapter, I started to feel just a wee bit irritated. Like where do teenage boys get off acting so annoying and overbearing and girls (who seemed headstrong from the get go) end up going along for the ride coz of silly school reasons... I don't know, I'm not knocking the title, just saying that maybe if you're not super into school romances, this may just rub you the wrong way.

... Last updated on March 13th, 2014, 7:45am
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Kicks off pretty funny. [Tbc]   
Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
by Yankee-chan
March 6th, 2014, 6:10am
Yeah, I have to admit, that although the storyline and setting is well-known by Shoujo readers, it's pulled off pretty funny. The drawing style of the artist is clean, the characters well designed and the panels flow is nicely, too. Even though there are other Shoujos, that have a more distinctive appeal to me, the artwork is okay.

The characters are likeable, especially the big mouth Reita made me laugh a few times out loud, when he throws one of his narcisstic lines in out of the blue. Lol. For the main characters it's similar, but hopefully we get to see more of her tomboyish ways, because so far she is kind of put aside by her counterparts strong personality.

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