Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Manga Review: Say I Love You, Volume 12, by Kanae Hazuki

Rating (Out of 5): ~3.5
Publisher: Kodansha Comics
Release Date: February 2016
Volumes: 16+
Spoilers?: No.
Volume: 1. 11. 13.

Goodreads Synopsis:


Inspired by Mei, Yamato has decided to pursue a career as a photographer. But no matter how much he practices, he can't help but feel that something is missing. Mei notices that something’s been off with Yamato lately and goes to an unexpected source for help… Meanwhile, Rin has an exciting date with Kai at Land, while Len tries to make friends on his own. Having always been in his sister's shadow, Len has his doubts, but it seems that he may have had a real friend all along.


As they get closer to graduating, the group has to figure out what they want to do with their lives. Mei is contemplating being a teacher, and volunteers at a day care. This is surprising, but oddly fitting, it seems. Being such an outsider growing up, Mei can relate well to kids, though.
Yamato, surprisingly enough, is having a harder time figuring himself out. He’s learning to enjoy photography, but it’s just off to him. Meeting a model photographer gives him a new insight and perspective into his likes.
Meanwhile, Rin is pursuing Kai pretty heavily. This is sweet, but it’s obvious that there’s something more going on between him and Megumi, and this is making him less ready to look elsewhere. At the same time, Len is forming a friendship with Mei, and I think they work well as friends, understanding each other the way they do.
Everyone is moving forward in some way. I’m still quite enjoying this.

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