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Marmalade Boy 03 (Marmalade Boy #3)

4.05 of 5 stars 4.05  ·  rating details  ·  1,093 ratings  ·  13 reviews
All Miki Koishikawa wanted was an ordinary family and that's exactly what she had until her parents decided to move in with another couple (as in switching spouses!) and turned Miki's world upside down. Now she lives in a house with four parents and her totally cute stepbrother, Yuu. It's bad enough being brought into her parents' strange soap opera, but Miki will star in...more
Paperback, 184 pages
Published March 31st 2004 by Egmont Manga + Anime GmbH (first published October 15th 1993)
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Judy (Geeky Reading)
~3.5/5
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I am being a bit slow with this series, mainly with the reviewing thing. It’s been about a week, at least, since I read this volume, because I am slow and lazy.

Anyway, this volume starts with Miki and Yuu hanging out, going shopping, celebrating their Christmas together, since their parents are gone and school is on break. Then Arimi and Ginta, and Rokutanda (the guy from the tennis match), show up and crash their tiny party. Ginta gets alone with Miki, and give...more
Nicole West
And the love triangle continues. Honestly, I perfer Yuu over Ginta because he reminds me of Damon Salvatore. And Miki is his Elena. Yes as you can see I am addicted to Vampire Diaries. Honestly, I believe whole-heartedly that Ian Somerhalder is the reason for this obsession. I don't regret it one bit! ;P
Starbubbles
the plot totally thickens in book 3. relationships get exposed (for being real, and not), hearts get broken, friendships shaken up, it's just a great book.

in all honesty, the punishment would be reversed in real life. the teacher would be fired, immediately. you even get accused of possibly touching someone, and you're asked not to come in until the situation is resolved. so with that said, the student would not have been suspended, and the teacher would have never been given the opportunity of...more
Susan
Yuu is a master cockblocker. He has some kind of sixth sense for when Ginta is trying to score with Miki.

In other news, the parents still act like teenagers instead of responsible adults (Miki's mom seems to think just telling her not to fall for Yuu will be enough; might as well leave them in the house alone for two weeks!), Arimi is shamelessly manipulative, Meiko is having the world's most chaste affair with a teacher, and Yuu meets the boy who will help him make Miki miserable. Really, the...more
Kuno
Sep 04, 2013 Kuno rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: romantic comedy-drama fans, love-triangle fans, forbidden love fans
Solid 5 stars out of 5! So far, the most dramatic volume in the series. It elaborates on Meiko and... um, I can't say it. Let's just say, unrequited love. It's pretty sad, and I almost teared up at the end of the volume. The whole Miki-Yuu-Ginta love triangle has been put on hold here for the most part, which is just fine. A bit refreshing to see a change of pace. Plus, a new mysterious character is introduced at the end of the volume, following the long episode dealing with Meiko.
Heather
Aaaand poor Miki gets jerked around some more. And her parents are still idiots. And Nachan is full of stupid. Yet somehow, it's all so very enjoyable!
Julie
Apr 09, 2008 Julie rated it 3 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommended to Julie by: D
This manga has a pretty out-there premise, but managed to pull it off. Parts of it are very emotional and I think the story is crafted well.
Shannon (Twilight Sleep)
This was one of my first ever manga. An incredibly cute story, easy to read and easy to love.
Caroline
A fun, romantic comedy. Not a whole lot going on, but it was a cute opposites attract kind of deal.
Brittany
Still pretty much the same as the anime. Still loving the manga version.
Ruth Belano
I couldn't stop laughing! Chapter 15 was definitely one of the best!
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