Flamingnet Student Book Reviewer ROrn
Like most teenage girls, Chino only wants one thing: to fall
in love. But when she finally does, it's nothing like she
expected. She ends up falling head over heals for Hyo, a
jungle-raised boy who was found by her father on an
exploration. Hyo is completely uncivilized and has
absolutely no idea of how to behave. Nonetheless, when Hyo
starts living with Chino's family and attending the same
school, sparks begin to fly.
A good manga has beautiful
artwork and a more substantial storyline to match it. A
great manga has those two things, plus the ability to
completely hold the reader's attention. This manga is not
good - it's great. The artwork is beautiful, but clear, so
it is easy to see what is going on in each illustration.
The storyline actually has depth and is not just an
after-thought added to the pictures. Everything about this
manga works together and creates an overall great reading
experience. And since it is a three volume set, there is
more of the story in one book, which is something that I
look for. I would recommend this manga if you've enjoyed
mangas by Matsuri Hino or Bisco Hatori.
Reviewer City, State and Country: Shippensburg, USA