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Gunjou no Subete  
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'Once noticed, it was...'

From the 1st year of middle school to the 2nd year of high school, Makihara Kai and Mizushiro Ren have been in the same class. But in the last year of their high school lives they are placed into different classes. A small ripple is born in the unchanging days that pass by... that makes the feelings they were unaware of start to bloom. Wanting to tell him, but unable to say it. The answer deep, deep within their hearts is...

The path of youth and high school boys unable to voice their love.


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v.1 c.Extra (end) by Hoshikuzuu Scans over 4 years ago
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It was Painful, and then it was Amazing!!!  
by fisukisuki
February 16th, 2019, 11:53pm
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
It has the Painful Love Confession and Amazing Love Confession. Just remembering makes me crying emotionally...!!!
It was Roller Coaster. It was Weightful. But when they hold their feelings and they discovering their feelings.... And finally the final confrontation...! Painfully Amazing!
It was Dramaful in the Emotions, but their actions was different in the intense sad interaction but expression full !
Absolutely Amazing!
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Adorable best-friends-to-lovers story  
by Kuroyuki7
August 28th, 2018, 3:07am
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
Nagisa Furuya is my favorite BL artist. Her mangas are always 10/10 for me.

You can say "typical best-friends-to-lovers" scheme. On the one hand, yes. On the other, maybe not?
What I really loved about this manga is one detail that makes it different from the rest of this kind of stories. This "presented BL" aspect. For me, it was refreshing. I couldn't wait to see how it'll work when we get to the moment when characters realize their feelings. Of course, I was not disappointed.
The other thing I loved was how romance progressed. And one aspect of Kai's behavior.
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I actually liked how Kai distanced himself after confession. I liked it, because it was realistic for me. He was not pushy, he was not "love me! just love me! i know that you love me WHY DON'T YOU LOVE ME?!" He was heartbroken and he knew he needed time to fix all this mess in his head. He couldn't just come back to being friends and pretend. For me that's not that typical in BL manga.

I like how naturally everything progressed in this manga. It was not "I suddenly love you but I don't really know how it happen so whatever." It was discovering these feelings. And I adore it in Nagisa Furuya's mangas.

I would recommend it to people looking for sweet, short, kinda slow burn shounen-ai. Must-read for every and each fluff lover.
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this killed me with feels  
by gwkimmy
March 4th, 2018, 12:23am
Rating: N/A
I was just thinking the other day: "what was that manga where the two mains are besties who pretend to have BL scenes with each other, and it gets too real?" IT WAS THIS ONE. i'm re-reading furuya nagisa's works since hoshi dake ga shitteru killed me with its update and I need to survive my midterms.

the plot itself isn't anything to write home about, but the subtle tension and angst that pervades the narrative gets you really good. unrequited love is my drug and coupled with the slow romance, i'm currently drunk off the feels. it's just so great when two friends acknowledge the platonic love that was always there and then accept the romantic love that forms. there's such a beauty to it that I can't describe. i'll never get tired of these stories.

nagisa-sensei, please kill me more with these tales.
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A gush of nostalgia  
by OmNom
January 4th, 2017, 9:20am
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
Furuya Nagisa is a relatively 'new' name to BL readers - her first official work was published only 2 years ago. But she certainly isn't a newbie when it comes to writing BL, and this particular manga title is like a big wall of bricks hitting me with all sorts of nostalgia that come from a simpler time during which I was introduced to the genre.

Long rambling history lesson:

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Much similar to Ichikawa Kei, Furuya-sensei first started writing manga under the form of Gintama doujinshi, for which she was known by the mononym Nagisa. They both had their first publications around the mid 2000s, both had their big breaks as manga artists in the 2010s, and both express themselves through their stories in a more simple and subdued manner, at least when compared to other artists emerging in the same decade.

The fact that their careers took off in the latter half of the 2000s - a period which saw the rise of a crop of BL authors that consisted of Hidaka Shouko, Kinoshita Keiko, Tenzen Momoko, Kawai Touko, Natsume Isaku, Suzuki Tsuta et al. - certainly played a part in shaping their particular writing styles that still carry unique traits to this day. There's always this calm and gentle feel to their stories, regardless of the setting and characters, that is quite rare nowadays when boundaries are being broken left and right and writers are always trying to upstage one another with bolder and more controversial pieces where shock value is often preferred over long and slow-burn relationships that could be considered dated in this day and age.

The reason I'm bringing up all this elaborate background is because much like how I feel towards Ichikawa-sensei's works, I also get this 'old school' vibe coming from Furuya-sensei's stories that I have not come across in quite awhile, and they are such a pleasant breather amid this wild and hot-headed environment that the BL scene is currently in. Right now we have these two artists with their own established styles influenced from a time of grace and tranquility but still possess impressive writing prowess and meaningful character dynamics that are fleshed out alongside the progression of their stories without the use of gimmicks or shocking developments in favour of instant emotional impact.

And their talents show. This manga is a delight to read, the characters are well written, the story is perfectly paced and the narrative is borderline genius. Its effective use of flashbacks, shifts in narration voices and incorporations of details are almost perfect to a fault. There's almost nothing in the manga that serves no purpose. It's visible that the author was aiming for precision when creating her work, and her efforts generously paid off. She still hasn't published that many stand-alone titles, but her footing in the field is already so strong that it wouldn't be a surprise if she only experiences more success in the future. Remember how Ichikawa Kei immediately blew up after only a few mangas? Well she was no newbie at that point, and neither is this upcoming force to be reckoned with.
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Such a good story  
by Kurarara
November 13th, 2016, 2:37pm
Rating: N/A
A story about best friends, where one of them is in love with the other, and he dwells over the fact that he will never be loved back, and that his feelings will remain forveer unrequited.
I really liked it. He is tortured by repressig and hiding his feelings.
I reaaaallly recommend this. It's so sweet.
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