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The Wallflower, Vol. 18 (The Wallflower #18)

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The Nakahara mansion is under construction, and the entire gang is being put up at a fancy five-star hotel. Except, of course, for Sunako and Kyohei, who just can’t handle living in the lap of luxury. They opt instead for a tiny apartment, but they can barely afford the rent. Sunako has no choice but to get a job, and the only jobs that pay well happen
Paperback, 192 pages
Published January 27th 2009 by Del Rey (first published January 1st 2007)
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Well, I got to start by just saying KYAAAAAA!!!

This volume had not a single bad moment, every chapter was funny. It continues with Sunako and Kyouhei living together, and as they are so poor and cannot afford to pay their bills (they are living like a couple!) Sunako finds a job as a 'Hostess', but it is actually a 'cleaning lady'. What I particularly loved about this chapter was that Sunako -again- shows her feelings and confesses that she likes living with the boys... and that they are her fam
Apr 28, 2014 Thetravelingpanda rated it liked it
I don't really like Takenaga he is not really funny and he is rather boring.... But the other episode with the four lolita girls was really funny, they have really romantic and unrealistic dreams about the boys.
Reader17 Der
Feb 25, 2009 Reader17 Der rated it it was amazing
Shelves: manga-read
Love this Series!!

So many great things in this volume. First of all Sunako and Kyohei end up having to be in a ball room dance competition. These two are really amazing and fun at the same time. Sunako keeps fainting and have nosebleeds every time she is suppose to look at Kyohei so it is making it hard to do ballroom dancing.

Also in this volume the Landlady Sunako Aunt decides to renovate the house so everyone has to move out. Sunako being the person she is doesn't want to go and stay in the h
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Feb 11, 2014 Kristen rated it it was amazing
Kyaaaaaa!! The feels. And hooray for more forward motion, as small as it is.
Apr 01, 2015 Jayaira rated it it was amazing
Funny as hell,

lovely as hell.
Apr 27, 2014 Whereis rated it it was amazing
Great volume!
May 11, 2011 Ubalstecha rated it really liked it
The zany series returns! In this instalment sees Sunako and Kyohei are living the apartment as they wait for the mansion to be renovated, Sunako gets a questionable job, Takenaga is summoned home, Sunako is bribed and Noi plays mathcmaker. Did we mention Sunako and Kyohei kiss? Bloody noses for all!
Mar 03, 2015 Lauren rated it it was amazing
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Loved this series. I love reverse harem type series especially when the girl is considered to be 'plain.' Nakahara was a hilarious character and I loved all of her creepy ways.

It was similar in my mind to Boys Over Flowers. Same general concept and characters.
Sarah Evans
Jul 13, 2009 Sarah Evans rated it it was amazing
Another volume of wacky fun in this series. I even feel like there's some forward motion with Sunako and Kyohei. Though will she ever be able to enjoy an intimate moment with him and not burst into nosebleeds?
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Apr 28, 2013 Amy Gideon rated it liked it
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Not sure how I feel about this ending. (view spoiler)
Jan 26, 2009 Mary rated it it was amazing
Sunako Nakahara you are the best.
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Tomoko Hayakawa (はやかわ ともこ, Hayakawa Tomoyo) is a Japanese artist and writer, best known for her ongoing manga The Wallflower, which has spawned both an anime and a live action series.
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