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From Shoujo Crusade]:
10-year old Niina is special. This is because she has the memories of her past life as a girl named Chitose still intact. Among these memories is a promise with Chitose's boyfriend which Niina then decides to try and fulfill. But can she really?
Includes the following one-shots: Koi Baka. (volume 1) Toda is a really smart girl but has no passion for anything. She admires idiots who are passionate, especially her classmate, Iijima.
Machibito (volume 4) Komako is a carefree girl, who's pretty incoherent. Whe. a random guy asks her to eat sweet potatoes with him, she can't help but wonder why he pats her head and thanks her everytime.
はじまりのにいな 新菜重新开始 เกิดกี่ครั้งขอรักเพียงเธอ 重新出發新菜 La nouvelle vie de Niina (French) Niina’s First Love Story
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love love LOVE!!!
I absoulutly love this series, I love age gaps, so this series was right up my alley. The heroine is very sweet and caring and honest. The male lead is defnintly cool, he treated Ninna as a young lady not completly like a child. I wish at the end of the third part there could have been a bit more romance, but it was still satisfying. If someones into a light fluffy cute romance, than this is it! I do hope this gets released in the U.S.
So sweet and simple. I'm generally not one for sappy reincarnation stories because c'mon, we all know what's going to happen and who's going to end up with who. But I still gave it chance and ended up really liking it. And I think what made it a little different was that the main character doesn't dwell on the past (or at least in a negative/annoying way). All the characters are super likable.
And in response to truyhoi: I'm assuming that this was originally a short story and finished with 3 chapters, but because it was well received it became serialized just recently.
It would have had a sweet ending though, but I'm really glad it's on-going ^^
... Last updated on July 9th, 2012, 8:47pm
Thats what I call a great shoujo: great art, great plot, great ending. I don't even need to describe it. So, good choice if you want to read something nice. Btw, read extra, even though it's have a different setting - last 3-4 pages are about our adorable couple, and they are sooooo sweeeet. :3
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Hey, it's obvious that he knows that Nina is Chitose, because at chp 3 he tells her about time then she was doing smth dangerous, and he included Chitose's death in this.
probably the best shoujo ive read since fruits basket. I was looking for something pure like this for years, and this author has the ability of making me cry, love her works, and Hajimari no Niina is the best~
Too bad the rating only goes up to 10, because it's worth so much more. The art is lovely, the story is beautifully told and the characters are endearing, I don't know how it could get any better.
Possible spoiler As for the ending, some people criticized that they would have preferred Atsurou to discover that Niina is actually Chitose, which actually pretty much happened, though only hinted. But I rather he doesn't figure, because this way he can actually fall for Niina, not Chitose's ghost. Niina remembered her past as Chitose at age 10, up until then she lived a completely different life, and even after she remembered she still had her own experiences, so by no means she is Chitose. What I want to say is that Niina deserves love for what she is now, not for a remeberance.
Every Page is precious
Loved that one, although i was hoping for him to really realize who she was, or an open way of announcing it. But all i can say is: read that goddamn omake, those last pages wont disappoint you
It's supposed to end, but it said ongoing there. Ill just assumed it has ended since that's what my eyes say. 1 words. Amazing. 1 word. Heartbreaking. 1 word. Touching. For those worried about lolicon part, it will not be a lolicon story.
Love it :)
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From what I've read so far, this manga seems incredibly sweet; it really tugs at your heartstrings, because it revolves around the pain of lost love, of unrequited love. There's a large age gap (15 years), and the main girl character is quite young (10 years old), but given the circumstances, I think it's perfectly ok. I wouldn't describe it as "loli" at all, because it seems like this series will focus less on the "romance" of love, and more on the kindness and faithfulness of true love. Love that never disappears even when one person dies and the other is left behind. I doubt that this will be the kind of manga where they kiss, hold hands, etc. Maybe there will be a "10 years later" where they finally end up together again (that would be lovely). But I think the series will be so much more about healing the pain of their separation, more about learning to move on and seeing happiness in life again. The art is also really nice^^ Maybe it seems like I'm making too much of a shoujo manga, but it really touched me <3 - I definitely recommend it.
... Last updated on October 31st, 2011, 2:09pm
I've just read the first chapter and it's really good! The mangaka is able to dig the emotion and the artwork is nice to look at too.
I think this is an honest, sweet, worth reading shoujo manga