Author: amy

reviews about books, manga series, comics

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Team Gaji – What Does the Fox Say

A new assistant at a mobile game developer studio and her team manager initiate a relationship, that will clash with the manager’s complicated relationship with her first love, the CEO of the company.

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Yu Aoi – Uso.

Presented in a Yu-Aoi-faced hardcover book of six pop-up art pieces, Uso. — or Lie. — is just a simple pop-up book that highlights the team behind the project, instead of the idol.

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Haruki Murakami – Sputnik Sweetheart

Otherwise known as SUPU-TONIKU no Koibito, Sputnik, mi Amor, or Sputnik Sweetheart, it tells the story of three people: the narrator, a primary school teacher who is in love with Sumire — a young woman trying to become a novelist — who falls in love with a married older woman named Myu, who is unable to love her back.

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Haruki Murakami – Norwegian Wood (Tokio Blues)

Norwegian Wood (or Tokio Blues, in Spanish) tells the non-chronological story of Watanabe Toru, who remembers Naoko, the girlfriend of his best friend in high school, who ended up killing himself. It deals with the aftermath of the suicide and their lives pre- and post-suicide.