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Passion Fruit Softcover Volume 1: Sweat & Honey

3.03 of 5 stars 3.03  ·  rating details  ·  34 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Passion Fruit is a unique, unforgettable collection of stories that examines our inner-most secrets and hidden desires. Here two female cousins learn that living together may bring them closer to each other ... or drive them apart; two friends discover the true meaning of 'loving yourself;' twin brothers share nearly everything, even their nightmarish visions; and a woman' ...more
Paperback, 208 pages
Published February 1st 2005 by TokyoPop
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the golden witch.
Whatever happened to Tokyopop's 'PassionFruit' label, anyway? This was good, but could have used more explicit sex.
Judy (Geeky Reading)

I was really hoping to like this. But maybe I just need to give up on finding a good, smutty manga. Because just about every time I try one, it sucks.

I was hoping this would be good. And it wasn’t. This might actually be a short review, but I don’t have a lot to say, and what I do have to say, isn’t very good.

The artwork isn’t good. Perhaps other people will disagree with me, but I did not like the artwork at all. It wasn’t pretty, the people were a bit oddly shaped. Just, it wasn’t good,
Il s'agit d'un recueil de nouvelles. Très différentes, très inégales. J'ai beaucoup aimé le découpage, la mise en scène, le trait de crayon. C'est doux, très précis ou au contraire très flou, plein de détails.

MAIS car il y a un mais de taille, si l'aspect esthétique m'a vraiment emballée, le contenu, lui, est donc très inégal. Des nouvelles toutes poétiques côtoient des trucs sans intérêt aucun. Parfois même, je n'ai pas compris du tout de quoi il était question. On va dire que malheureusement,
Literary short stories by Mari Okazaki echoing themes of loneliness, sensuality, and the anxiety of desire. The writing is elliptical and elusive, but the art is gorgeous, and the true power of the work lies in the creator's eye for small, everyday details and the way her pen zeroes in on them, lovingly rendering life at its closest values.
The drawings were lovely, but the stories didn't really make much sense without a context, rhyme or reason. Don't be mislead, it's an adult book.
Linda Cohen
What a tease!
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