Thursday, September 3, 2009

There it is, Plain as Daylight Review: Honey and Clover, vol. 7

Read my newest review at There it is, Plain as Daylight, a blog by fellow manga lover Melinda Beasi. This time around I review Honey and Clover, vol. 7. Here's a small excerpt:

Five unforgettable characters learn about life and love in this coming-of-age tale set in a small arts college. Love triangles abound as they try to figure out what they want from life, whether living as artists is enough and wondering where their next meat-filled meal will come from. But, Hagu, Mayama, Yamada, Takemoto and Morita learn to lean on each other in unexpected ways as they make their way towards full-blown adulthood. ... Honestly, I love Honey and Clover. The characters, the situations they’re thrown in, their (at times) bleak experience in life and love—it all comes together in a perfect storm of the “quarter-life crisis.”

It's no secret that I love Honey and Clover, but read my review to see why you should love it, too! Honey and Clover is available in the U.S. from Viz.

Review copy provided by the publisher.

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