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Vol. 6 Ch. 30 - The Woman Next Door
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Just when I thought Time couldn't get any worse
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i actually absolutely adore the sister, maybe because i can relate to her so much
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Not all literature (or art) has to be straightforward. I personally enjoy the fact that her works give these glimpses into the characters feelings/memories/struggles, in a slice of life way. Feels more relatable, common, normal, than a simple introduction > build up > climax > ending (> epilogue) kind of deal.

Yume is the best one, she's an asshole regarding relationships, but I want to see her find peace with herself.
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@kronix

Never read something by Shimura Takako before I take it? She seems to have a deep hatred for coherent plotting, instead she creates a cast of characters and just follows which ever one catches her fancy.
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this author is so fucking retarded. If he wanted to expand the story into like the romance of every fucking character he should just make side-stories or spin offs like seriously read the synopsis it's about a women in love for over 20 years not some fucking kid thats an asshole asking u to date her dad then asking u break up or about her sister or his brother for fucks sake get to the main fucking story.
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What? How does the dad on page 9 do that? How does that ladder support him in any way? How would he get down from that position, being squished by the wall and ladder?

Have I lost it? It's weird, right? It's not just me?

edit/ Oh, but it's a normal ladder on page 28. I guess the artist was just lazy about the ladder on page 9.
Last edited 2 years ago by MangaDex.
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This is one of those things where I just wanna punch almost every character in it. But it's still so good. And it's still one of my guilty pleasures.