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Ai Yori Aoshi Volume 2: v. 2 (Ai yori aoshi #2)

3.92 of 5 stars 3.92  ·  rating details  ·  264 ratings  ·  7 reviews
When the beautiful Aoi steps into Kaoru's life, to renew their engagement, he must return to the family that he ran away from, and he's not prepared to do that. Then the Japanese-raised American, Tina, tests the limits of Kaoru's gentlemanly restraint with her open flirtation.
Paperback Manga, 208 pages
Published March 9th 2004 by TokyoPop (first published 1999)
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Stewart Tame
Not bad. While I generally like this series, I'm not sure if I will continue with it or not. On the one hand, the characters are fun, the artwork and storytelling are fairly well-handled -- Fumizuki has a knack for drawing lovely young women. On the other hand, the story is clichéd. This series fits squarely into the harem genre -- a handful of beautiful women all throwing themselves at a quiet and shy young man. There are dozens of examples in anime and manga, Tenchi Muyo and Love Hina being so ...more
Vesra (When She Reads)
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Where the first volume was an adorable love story, the second volume remains such. However, the volume also introduces the classic Japanese "unwanted harem" trope, which I found completely obnoxious and overdone. Fumizuki did an incredible job working around this, and making the love story come out on top, but the trope takes it into relatively formulaic, episodic chapters. I'd give it three and a half stars due to the detractions.
Aug 03, 2009 Kim rated it 5 of 5 stars
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Second in very sweet series about lost and re-found love. Two lovers who may not be able to be together with a wacky host of characters. Very enjoyable. Great for people (like me) who are new to manga.
*Queen Diva*
Haha!! Tina, the American girl, cracks me up! She's hysterical!

I enjoy the Photography Club - seems like they know how to have a good time.

And I nearly died laughing on page 87! Oh man!
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Kou Fumizuki (文月 晃 Fumizuki Kō?, born 8 March in Fukuoka Prefecture) is a Japanese manga artist. Fumizuki's most famous work to date is Ai Yori Aoshi,[1] a 17-volume work which has been turned into an anime series. His current work is Umi no Misaki, serialized in Young Animal Magazine starting in the fifth issue of 2007. Both of these seinen manga series are harem-type romance comedies in which a ...more
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