Author: Io Sakisaka
Description: Another series that I have already watched the anime for and was disappointed with the ending. I feel like when it comes to anime, they end it so fast and the ending doesn’t resolve all of the problems in the plot. I am hoping to learn more about the characters and how their futures turn out. This series has been getting a lot of good reviews and I loved the anime. This volume was amazing, and I can’t wait to catch up to where I was. I started reading Carry On, but I got distracted with this.
Futaba was a cute girl who hates guys because they made it difficult for her to make friends. Since she was a cute girl, she got a lot of attention from the guys in her grade, which makes it difficult for her to make friends. But then she met Kou, the guy who was different, who was less manly and more gentle. He had a soft voice and was shorter than the rest of the guys in his grade. That was what made Futaba fall for him, but he moved away before anything could ever happen. A few years later, Futaba is tired of having less friends and decides to start eating more, acting vicious in order for the boys to think that she isn’t attractive. This helps her make more friends and she is happy with her life, even if she doesn’t have great friends. But she never expects to run into her childhood crush who has changed just like her.
Kou is a character who is really mysterious, we only know about his past. He has changed so much from his old self, as did Futaba. Both of them moved onto their lives, but ever since Futaba saw Kou, she wants to understand him more. She wants to know why he moved suddenly, and why they never had a chance. They feel this sort of attraction towards each other, but are refusing to face it. Kou is honest and is much more harsh than how he was in the past. He believes that his past self no longer exists and everyone has to move on. Futaba is friends with people who don’t care about her. The only person who was ready to tell her that they weren’t real friends was Kou.
Their relationship is strong and I ship them so much. They are probably the first couple that I shipped from the very beginning of the series. Watching the anime and reading the manga, I feel the same way about these two. They have great personalities and need to open up with each other. I love the pacing of this series, it’s super fast.
I can’t wait to read more of this series and hope that I can get over my reading slump of actual novels.
I’ll be off to read something, hopefully finish Carry On by tomorrow.
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