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Ai Yori Aoshi, Volume 5 (Ai yori aoshi #5)

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While Kaoru and Tina are going ape over the animals at the West Animal Zoo, poor little Aoi has got her panties in a bunch worrying what the two are doing. But while Aoi's going bananas, Kaoru and Tina get yanked into a park attraction that will force them to choose if they are 1) Not even friends, 2) More than friends, or 3) True loves.
Paperback Manga, 200 pages
Published September 14th 2004 by TokyoPop (first published 2001)
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Kaisa Mettille
This book was a bit on the silly side.
Peter
Thankfully, this volume has more of a focus on the long-range plot, despite some obnoxious distractions that try their best to knock the story out of the true long-range story arc. There are a few intrusions that push for the stereotypical seinen Young Animal market's demands, but thankfully not as frequently as some other volumes.
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Haha! Tina cracks me up!

Kaoru-kun and Aoi-chan are so adorable!!! They make me all gushy inside!
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