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Skip Beat!, Vol. 22 by Yoshiki Nakamura
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Oct 20, 2010

it was amazing
bookshelves: manga

This volume is such an improvement over the last one. Man, Chiori is one scary girl. I do understand her anger and resentment, though - she doesn't understand how Kyoko can overcome being typecast as Mio when she was never able to overcome her own typecasting. I hope people start to figure out how angry and vindictive she is, and not just because I don't want her to seriously hurt Kyoko.

As for Kyoko, I'm glad she gave in and went to Ren for help, and I'm so glad she finally figured out who Natsu is as a person and not just a character. When she showed up on set as Natsu, it was amazing, and I love that her confidence and boldness changed the director's mind about not only the costumes but, but about her portrayal of Natsu. And I love how she won the other 2 girls over, first with her Natsu-confidence, then with her Kyoko-sweetness at the ramen place. I am happy to see her success!

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