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Hana-Kimi, Vol. 13 (Hana-Kimi #13)

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Mizuki is broke, so she lands a part-time job with Akiha, the photographer. Among her first-day experiences: spilling tea on male diva supermodel "Alex." This sparks a mutual animosity that is not assuaged when Mizuki discovers the model's most closely guarded secret! Meanwhile, at Mizuki's school, food is disappearing, with the culprits leaving flowers in pl...more
Paperback, 208 pages
Published August 15th 2006 by VIZ Media, LLC (first published November 17th 2000)
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This the first manga graphic that I have read. It's interesting and I can see why young people like them. Took a bit of practice to read it as one should but I managed. It's a read about young people and their concerns. Rather nice.
Nidah (SleepDreamWrite)
Good volume, okay but good. Has its moments. Still enjoy reading the series.
Oh my god!!!1! I loooove this seriesss!! It's my favorite shoujo series and my second favorite manga series of ALL TIME! I just love everything about it!! I would totally do what Mizuki did.. though I don't think I could get away with it.... especially not in a Japanese school... -_- WELL! That's just not fair. Anyway, It's sooooo funny! AH! It's all so great! I can't contain the fan-girl in me! :O I even loved the TV series! (Especially the Taiwanese one! Ella and Jiro were hilarious!)
What can I say? Hana-Kimi is still excellent and still one of my favorites. Mizuki is her typical self and has a somewhat typical adventure with the supermodel Alex, but even though it was all pretty predictable, I enjoyed it. PLUS some Kayashima action! Normally I don't like flashback stories, but I love Kayashima and really enjoyed his.
Lucky volume 13! :D This is one of my favourite volumes in the Hana Kimi series. Mainly because Kayashima is one of my favourite characters... I mean look, he's on the COVER! Anyway, fangirling aside, this was a pretty nice tribute-ish volume to Kayashima. I can see your aura! XD
Alise  (Readers in Wonderland)
I'm really beginning to hate these characters that are introduced and then disappear with plot holes...
Dec 12, 2011 Leonie added it
If only they had the volume I don't have jet in stores -.-' I could read further..
I loved this series, and I love the Korean drama made from it as well.
always love this series!!
haha funny
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i like very much
read for fun
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