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by Wataru Yoshizumi

eBook Marmalade Boy 7 download ISBN: 1417661976
Author: Wataru Yoshizumi
Publisher: Bt Bound (June 2003)
Language: English
ePub: 1867 kb
Fb2: 1203 kb
Rating: 4.3
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Category: Teenager
Subcategory: Literature and Fiction

I read Marmalade boy when I was eight or so and fell in love! It was my first manga so it was already special but my library eventually sold i. Marmalade Boy is a great book that can be very addictive.

Marmalade Boy is a great book that can be very addictive. and he breaks up w/out telling her wh. iki finds consolation in her fellow worker and starts all over again. While Yuu sees that he made a mistake then. Well you go ahead and fill in the blanks when you read the book.

Book by Wataru Yoshizumi. Marmalade Boy is a shojo (girls') manga by Wataru Yoshizumi, centering around high school student Miki Koishikawa and her crazy circle of family and friends

Book by Wataru Yoshizumi. Marmalade Boy is a shojo (girls') manga by Wataru Yoshizumi, centering around high school student Miki Koishikawa and her crazy circle of family and friends. Once Miki, Yuu, and their parents have all moved into one house as one big happy family, a new wrinkle is added. Ginta Suou, Miki's tennis club captain and long-time friend, rejected her.

Wataru Yoshizumi (Author). Book 5 of 8 in the Marmalade Boy Series. This is quite possibly my favourite book out of the Marmalade Boy series. What everyone was waiting for has finally happened, Miki and Yuu have become an official couple. But just as soon as this happens a cute (and sneaky) model threatens to ruin their new relationship.

Wataru Yoshizumi (吉住 渉, Yoshizumi Wataru) is a Japanese manga artist. She was born as Mari Nakai (中井 真里, Nakai Mari) on June 18, 1963 in Tokyo, Japan. She graduated with a degree in economics from Hitotsubashi University. Yoshizumi started her career as a Japanese manga artist while working as an office lady. Her debut manga was a yomikiri (short story) called "Radical Romance" that was published in 1984, in the summer issue of Ribon Original.

Marmalade Boy 7 book. Wataru Yoshizumi (吉住渉, Yoshizumi Wataru) is a Japanese mangaka. Yoshizumi started her career as a mangaka while working as an office lady. Her debut manga was a yomikiri (short story) called "Radical Romance" that was published in 1984, Wataru Yoshizumi (吉住渉, Yoshizumi Wataru) is a Japanese mangaka.

Read Marmalade Boy Little c. Page All; Set 13 years after the original series, the story focuses on Miki and Yuu’s little siblings. Marmalade Boy Little Chapter Navigation: Prev Chapter: Marmalade Boy Little c. Next Chapter: Marmalade Boy Little c.

Translators may vary. This book is printed 'manga-style' in the authentic Japanese right-to-left format"-Colophon. First published in Japan in 1992 by Shueisha. Teen age 13+. When Miki Koishikawa's parents decide to swap spouses with the Matsuuras, her life is turned upside-down, and now she lives with four parents and attractive new stepbrother Yuu, who seems sweet on the outside but has a bitter streak.

Wataru Yoshizumi (吉住渉 Yoshizumi Wataru ) is a Japanese manga artist. She was born Mari Nakai (中井 真里 Nakai Mari ) on June 18, 1963 in Tokyo, Japan. She is known as a social manga artist, and is a good friend of fellow manga artists Naoko Takeuchi, Ai Yazawa, Miho Obana, and Megumi Mizusawa.

I read Marmalade boy when I was eight or so and fell in love! It was my first manga so it was already special but my library eventually sold i.

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Comments: (6)
romrom
I read Marmalade boy when I was eight or so and fell in love! It was my first manga so it was already special but my library eventually sold it. Ten years later, I clicked around on Amazon and came across it. It was only a penny (not including shipping costs)! I was ecstatic and decided to buy the whole series. I have it on my Kindle Fire but it just isn't the same.

With this volume of Marmalade Boy, I was VERY pleased. I bought it from U-N-M-A-R-K-E-D in a "Very Good" condition and it was superb! My only qualm is that, once you peel of the sticker that's placed on it for documenting prices, it gets all sticky and is really hard to get off. I would suggest just leaving it be. It doesn't really disrupt anything.

Basically, as an all in all, buying from U-N-M-A-R-K-E-D is a great way to go!
Wetiwavas
Love this series. If you're a fan of Fruits Basket you'll like this manga too!
Mojar
Since the book was only coming from a state away, you think that it would have only taken a few days to get this item. It came over a week and a half later which was a bummer but it was in good condition just as the description had said so I can't complain!

Shipping: slow
Quality: good!
Kezan
~3.5/5
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Ahhhhhhh, I only have one volume left! How is that possible?! I, like, just started it, and now I'm done with seven volumes and I only have one left and then what do I do? I mean, I guess I'll read those other manga waiting for me... But I will have no more Marmalade Boy and I am not happy about that.

Le sigh, but anyway...

I was thinking, when I started this, that Meiko was only going to talk with Nachan, not that she was going to get back together with him, but it became apparent within, oh, two pages, that I was wrong. Although their reunion scene was very sweet and I really like Meiko and I like that Nachan makes her happy and loves her back, and I accept their relationship. I think I actually just want more Meiko and Ginta. Not them together, but their relationships with Nachan (or Miwa, I would have liked either one) and Arimi. I just want some more of their obvious loving and cute stuff. There haven't been as many nice, intense, romantic scenes between Miki and Yuu. Although there have been a lot of cuddly stuff. Which makes sense, since this series was in Ribon, which is a magazine targeted to younger girls.

Anyway, after that: there's a guest staying with Miki and Yuu's family, whose only real point is to make Yuu wonder about his real dad again. There's a scene between Meiko and Miwa, which I liked but made me feel bad for him. Oh, because along with Meiko and Nachan getting together again, they also got engaged, and Meiko's parents aren't too happy about it yet, but they'll accept it soon enough, I'm sure.

The rest of the volume is taken up with some serious drama between Miki and Yuu. Yuu found old pictures of their parents together in college, when they weren't told they knew each other in college, and so Yuu is sure, now, that his father is Jin, Miki's dad. Which is obviously terrible because that means that him and Miki are actually related. So, of course, without telling anyone but Miwa what he's found out, he breaks up with her. They are both devastated about it, Meiko is upset on Miki's behalf, and Yuu decides that he has to go to a different university, far away, because he can't live with Miki any longer if he can't be with her. Which is all terrible and sweet at the same time.

At the end of the volume, Yuu has left for school, as he's been accepted and they've graduated, and Miki is still trying to get over him. Miki gets a haircut that makes her look older and more mature, and is determined to start anew, fresh.

I don't want it to be over, but I want to find out what happens much too badly to wait. I'm sure that it's going to be that they are not actually related and Yuu has been anguished by this for too long for no reason, and that they are going to get back together.

Now, I am going to go read the last one and see what happens.

Sidenote: in the side panels of the book, there's a lot of talk from the author. Some of it is choppy, like the dialogue gets every once in a while, which bothers me, but I can look past it. The author has been talking a lot about the extra stuff coming out with Marmalade Boy, though, which just depresses me. All of these video games and movies and TV shows and plushies and all kinds of goodies, and, for one, they are probably hard to find now because of how long ago they were released, but they're also not released in America. Which just sucks.
sunrise bird
This is probably my favorite of all the m.b books. But that's because I really liked the Nachan/Meiko relationship.
Things get a little heavier as roadblocks pop up that keep Miki and Yuu apart. They break up and Yuu leaves for college without telling Miki why, he just says he doesn't love her anymore. Will they be forced apart forever? *gasp!* Well, probably not but it's still a great manga.
Vathennece
Marmalade Boy is a great book that can be very addictive. I advise that you do not read this one until you read the first 6:). In this book Yuu and Miki who have had a rough ride in their relationship break up. Yuu thinks that Miki is.....and he breaks up w/out telling her why.Miki finds consolation in her fellow worker and starts all over again.While Yuu sees that he made a mistake then...........Well you go ahead and fill in the blanks when you read the book