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What am I called?
Jan 26, 2008 reviewed by rosyyaoi
I'll give you a name that'll suit you perfectly...
Nana (the name means No-name in japanese) remembers nothing from his childhood. Nothing before the age of twelve. A store owner took him in and named him Nana, and the only thing that he has of that life he doesnt remember, are the burn scar on his legs and his fear of fire.
Soon, Mitsuha, a vagabond writer, comes and crashes at Nana's place, after mistaking him for his brother he never knew. At first, Nana hates him, but soon comes to find that he cannot sleep wihtout him. Soon he warms up to him and they become something more than aquaintances, and something more than friends.
This story is cute and beautiful. The art is very simple, but thats fine, because the plot is as well. There is a point where I became confused in teh story, because it jumps back to a different couple. AFter the second read, you realize the second couple is Mitsuha's brother with his foster family, then when that story is done, it returns to Mistuha and Nana's relationship. The story is a little confusing at first, and a little bland, and at the end it leaves you wondering a few things, but overall i liked it I think it's worth checking into at the very least, and worth your money if you buy it.
rosyyaoi also recommended: One-Celled Organism, ...but I'm your teacher, Loveholic, FAKE,
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