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El ángel del jardín, Tomo 3 (Hakoniwa Angel #3)

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Finalmente, comenzó el viaje de estudios que duraría dos días y una noche, pero Momo está en un grupo diferente, así que Uri está muy deprimida... Por supuesto, el responsable de esta división de los grupos es Asuka. Sin embargo, a pesar de que Momo y Uri hayan quedado saparados, ella se pasa el día pensando únicamente en él, por lo que Asuka se enfada. Él la saca de la ...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published April 2009 by Ivrea (first published January 1st 2008)
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Soobie's heartbroken
Generalmente me gustan mucho los primeros tomos de las obras de Aya Oda. Siempe tienen algo que los hace diferentes; quizás sea el trato de Oda o su habilidad de crear historias muy sencillas pero interesantes.

Pero en los volúmenes siguientes siempre pasa algo que cambia mi opinión. Y acabo dando una estrella a sus mangas.

Ya he dicho che prefería Asuka a Momo, porque parece que Asuka tiene un poquito más personalidad de Momo. Pero... Asuka hace algo en este tomo que no me gustó para nada. No c
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Jul 17, 2016 Rebecca rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: manga, romance, ya
I can't say that I'm pleased by the route Asuka has decided to take in his pursuit of Uri - the bad old shoujo tropes rearing their ugly heads again. But that aside, this continues to be a fun little read, and I'm growing more and more fond of Uri herself; she knows what she wants, even when she has moments of doubt. Oda's art also appears to be reaching its turning point where eyes get a bit smaller and bodies look better in general.
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