Suki dakara suki ≫ Suki dakara suki (J'aime ce que j'aime) manga 1

Suki dakara suki (J'aime ce que j'aime) manga 1

Suki dakara suki (J'aime ce que j'aime) manga 1

Suki dakara suki (J'aime ce que j'aime) manga 1

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Elle est gaie et enjouée! C'est une très bonne élève! Elle s'appelle Hinata Asahi et c'est une lycéenne bien ingénue! Un jour, dans la maison voisine à la sienne, emménage un homme qui se trouve être le remplacant de son professeur principal. Ce nouveau professeur, monsieur Shiro Assou, un beau brun réservé, charme sans se vouloir Hinata par de multiples petites attentions auxquelles la jeune fille ne peut rester insensible. Petit à petit, et sans s'en rendre compte, Hinata va tomber amoureuse de l'énigmatique Monsieur Assou. En effet, malgré son apparance simple et prévenante, ce dernier n'est pas véritablement ce qu'il semble être!

Product details
Adult All ages
Department books / TPB-Manga
Publisher Pika Edition
Series Suki dakara suki
Shop Manga & Anime
Primary language French
Product Code PIK-SDST0001
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"Pancakes and teddy bears and kidnappings, oh my!" by Mark Carson (USA) on Mar 2, 2004

A triumph of the human spirit! A landmark in the history of world literature! More teddy bears and pancakes than would ordinarily be expected in a dozen books! This gripping account of the development of the peculiar relationship between the endlessly cheerful Hinata Asahi and her new next-door neighbor and high school teacher, the endlessly mysterious Shiro Assô, should appeal to those who found Sakura Kinomoto (CCS) a little too serious and moody at times.

Honestly, I'm not quite sure why, but I ended up really liking this one. However, I'm aware that it drives other people to distraction, so I can only issue a qualified endorsement. The art (by Mick Nekoi) is much simpler than the usual super-ornate Clamp style; I found it fit well with the story, but again, it does turn other people off. The developing weirdness in the storyline, though, is very much in the mainline Clamp tradition. It also ends up with an unexpected twist or two, also very much in the Clamp tradition.