Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Manga Review: Say I Love You., Volume 7, by Kanae Hazuki

Rating (Out of 5): ~4
Publisher: Kodansha Comics
Release Date: April 2015
Volumes: 14+
Spoilers?: No.
Volume: 1. 6. 8.

Goodreads Synopsis:


It’s been a full year since eccentric loner Mei Tachibana set out onto the seas of love with the self-assured Yamato Kurosawa, but there’s a storm ahead! Yamato’s friend Kai has confessed his feelings for Mei. Will it sow the seeds of doubt, or just deepen her affection for Yamato? Meanwhile, Megumi’s scheming forces her into greater and greater social isolation. With all this churning in the background, what’ll happen when Mei and Yamato leave for an overnight anniversary trip?


I have finally caught up to where I had previously read! Now it’s all completely new to me after this, and I’m so excited!
Mei and Yamato conclude their overnight date in this volume, and then we get to more Megumi drama. And then Megumi’s main plot finally ends! We see why she’s been acting this way, she finally realizes it herself. She decides not to care so much what other people think about her, and to finally appreciate her real friends. She matures a lot in this volume, and I’m happy to see it. I do think more will happen with her, possibly with Kai. Kai is a sweet guy, who’s now just a friend to everyone.
Mei and Yamato get a few more cute moments together, and we get to be inside Asami’s head for a bit. Asami is a sweet, good girl, who tries to help everyone and be nice and look out for her friends, even when other people are rude to her.
The group of characters is great in this series, and I’m so looking forward to the next book. I can’t wait for more!

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