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Nana, Tome 9 (Nana #9)

4.41 of 5 stars 4.41  ·  rating details  ·  1,512 ratings  ·  32 reviews
La grossesse de Nana Komatsu et la demande en mariage de Takumi provoquent de profonds remous au sein de Trapnest comme de Blast. Nana Osaki ne comprend pas le comportement de sa colocotaire et c'est le désordre le plus total dans sa tête. Tandis que du côté de Trapnest, Reira est en train de craquer.
Paperback, 290 pages
Published July 1st 2004 by Delcourt (first published November 14th 2003)
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Best volume yet!!

I love evil Takumi. >:)

Shin x Reira!

Nana reminds me of Betty Blue (37.2 Le Matin). You don't want her to fall off the edge of the world, but you know it's inevitable.

BTW, this series is by Ai Yazawa, not whoever is listed on the goodreads page for this book.
Honestly I understand that it's hard to talk to someone after something like this happens. I wish Nana would visit Haichi. It would be weird, but it's obvious that they still want to be around each other.

As for Takumi it's hard to tell. Sometimes it seem's like he does love Haichi, but then other times it's like he's playing part in some play.

I did like the Trapnest history. That was interesting to see. I was surprised about the whole Reira and Yasu relationship when they mentioned it in one o
Overall Rating: A
Synopsis: Nana Komatsu is a 20 year old with a penchant for falling in love at first sight. After a year at art school, her best friend and her boyfriend move to Tokyo, so Nana decides to save up her money and follow them after a year.

Nana Osaki is a punk singer in the band Blast with her boyfriend Ren. When Ren gets an offer to join an up-and-coming band in Tokyo, he leaves Blast and Nina behind. A year later, Nina heads to Tokyo as well.

The two women meet by chance on the tr
El noveno volumen de ナナ Nana por Ai Yazawa nos presenta el golpe más duro que ha recibido la amistad entre ハチ Hachi y ナナ Nana. Cuando el mundo idealizaba un embarazo como un motivo para estar feliz, este tomo nos demuestra que por encima de tal felicidad, la confusión y la tristeza se imponen sin mesura entre la amistad de éstas dos grandes amigas.

ブラスト Blats sigue avanzando hacia su debut profesional, aunque es perceptible cuan impactante ha sido la noticia de la unión entre ハチ Hachi y タクミ Takum
May 31, 2008 Trane rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: people who like shojo-manga, rockers, drama queens
Shelves: manga-and-comics
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Nóri Somogyi
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Lulu Isabelle
I actually hated this volume, because I care way too much about these characters. I can't stop reading. I need to, but I can't.

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If I didn't hate you before, I definitely hate you now.

As soon as I find you in the fictional world you's on.

Oh Nana, oh Nanas. Oh Shin. Oh everybody except you Takami. This series makes me cling to hope so soundly while it slowly but surely pulls my fingers off one by one.


Laurianne Uy
Really nice to read Trapnest's backstory this time around and absolutely heartbreaking to read about the NANA's split from each other.
Okay, I'm probably not being as objective as I could be with this series, but I really do enjoy the hell out of it. This is probably the best volume yet, and I loved the Naoki bonus story. Yazawa skillfully injects drama into the series without resorting to overused shoujo manga tropes, and the characters remain utterly authentic - if you've ever spent any time with punk rockers or other alt-types, you'll recognize personalities in this series.

Admittedly, I'm a little embarrassed to be so hooked
Andrew Kristensen
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Encore un tome bien tristounet. J'aime bien le fait que ce soit Nana Osaki la narratrice. Je n'aime toujours pas Takumi, je commence même à le détester... Hâte de lire la suite!
Karen Cheng
Oh no... volume 9 was just the start of all the tragic events of NANA. I've watched the anime before.
This is when the plot of the series starts to go on a more clear path, and while that usually makes a book boring this one is an exception. Hachi and Nana choose their paths for the rest of their lives, and though they mess up a bit with a few other people (and others mess up with them) they grow and mature, which is nice to see. Also, this volume includes the story behind Trapnest, and more Reira and Naoki, the dumb blondes of Trapnest! And we get to see that they aren't as dumb as they seem...
This is the first 'Nana' volume that I have read. I feel like I have a connection to these characters and my heart goes out to them, even though I have no idea how they got to the points in their lives that they are at (having not yet read volumes 1-5). Definitely a series that I want to keep reading.
I promised myself that I would write mini reviews for each book, but I don't have anything to say. I'm too absorbed in it all to analyze it. It's just really a great manga. I'm sad that I didn't read it earlier. It's definitely a series to buy.
Yasu with hair~! =D I thought the bonus story did a great job showing a bit of everyone's past. And Naoki even got to stand in the spotlight a little...

Nana O, you're my hero too!! Haha...
OMG. This made me cry two or three times, and I am reading it in Japanese! Just... wah! So good!

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Really curious to see what happens. I just want Hachi and Nana to go back to normal!!
Ai Yazawa is trying to break my heart.... Poor Nana.... Poor Hachiko....
I just hate all of the upset and depressed parts of mangas °crying°
Rachel Searcey
Ahhh so many dramatic things happen in this one!! I'm so addicted!!!

Ormai è come una droga...non ne posso più fare a meno...
Muzie Mahmood
sad. so sad. can't wait to read the next volume.
On a droit à un moment au vrai visage de Takumi..
May 31, 2008 Larissa rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Anime fans
Recommended to Larissa by: My friend at school
One of the best Anime/manga series i have read!
So much drama, I love this series!
parts of this took my breath away.
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Ai Yazawa (矢沢 あい ,Yazawa Ai, born 1967-03-07 in Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan) is a Japanese manga author. Her pen name comes from Japanese singer Eikichi Yazawa, of whom she is a fan.

Yazawa started her manga publishing life in 1985; throughout 15 years of publishing, she wrote over 10 series in Ribon. While most of her manga continues to be published in Japan by Shueisha, publishers of Ribon and Cookie
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