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Nana, Vol. 17 by Ai Yazawa
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Sep 12, 09

it was ok
Read in September, 2009

** spoiler alert ** I love Nana, really I do. Volumes 2-7 are some of the best manga I have read. The last few, though, have begun to drag on tediously.

I imagine everyone has been waiting for Hatchi to leave Takumi. This volume made me realize it may never happen, and if it does it may be too late. I am now having trouble sympathizing or respecting Hatchi for being in such a horrible relationship for so long. Completely frustrating and repetitive.

Mid way through this volume the story finally begins to gain momentum as the two Nana's interact more than they have in a long time, which is the key to the success of "Nana'. For this and the last few volumes the supporting cast has been way more interesting than either of the girls for whom the series is named.
The art continues to impress, and there is still hope left for this manga but it may vanish if it does not turn around soon.
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