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Suppli, Volume 1 by Mari Okazaki
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Jan 09, 08

bookshelves: girly-romance, manga, shojo-josei
Recommended for: the broken-hearted wenches on my reading list, any girly manga fan
Read in January, 2007

I rather liked this one, partially because it felt like I was reading a dramatized biography of Em's life this last year. (Dear Em: you are much better off than the main character. But I think you'll enjoy the similarities anyways.)

27 year-old Minami leaves her boyfriend of seven years and realizes that she has nothing but her job to claim as her own: no interests, no friends, no life. This first volume shows how she goes about setting things to right and the difficulties involved with that. The thing that impressed me the most, however, is the amount of brutally honest details that Mari Okazaki gave for the recovery process of getting over a long-term relationship.

The only reason this series didn't earn 5 stars is because the preview for the second volume totally ruined the ending scene of the first volume. Bad editorial staff!
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