Suki-tte Ii na yo, Volume 15

Suki-tte Ii na yo, Volume 15

大事な思い出がこれからもたくさん できますように――。高校3年生になった橘めいと黒沢大和。みんなの進路も決まっていくなか、めいは蓮と彼の妹・ひろと遊ぶことに。でも蓮と...

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Title:Suki-tte Ii na yo, Volume 15
Author:Kanae Hazuki
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Edition Language:Japanese

Suki-tte Ii na yo, Volume 15 Reviews

  • Nerys Medina

    I loved this Volume!

    The transition from high school to college, from seeing your friends everyday to seeing them once in a while or never, college entrance exams, mixed feelings related about their future.

    It's also a volume full of reflexions of the past/present and emotional growth since the start of the story till now.

    I can't wait to read the next vol! I wonder when author is going to conclude the story. At the start of college life? In the middle of it? or are the cha

    I loved this Volume!

    The transition from high school to college, from seeing your friends everyday to seeing them once in a while or never, college entrance exams, mixed feelings related about their future.

    It's also a volume full of reflexions of the past/present and emotional growth since the start of the story till now.

    I can't wait to read the next vol! I wonder when author is going to conclude the story. At the start of college life? In the middle of it? or are the characters going to fullfil their dreams one by one?

    In conclusion, this was a great read and I recommend it.

  • Selena

    At last, I have a manga I can point to and say, "THIS is how graduation arcs should go!"

    "Say I Love You" does a good job of focusing more on the "what do I want to do after high school" aspect of graduation, rather than the "OMG WE'LL NEVER SEE EACH OTHER AGAIN!!!" aspect. Say I Love You acts like the internet and phones are a thing and that you will, in fact, see your friends again after you graduate. There's a bit of time spent on not seeing each other as much, but to a realistic e

    At last, I have a manga I can point to and say, "THIS is how graduation arcs should go!"

    "Say I Love You" does a good job of focusing more on the "what do I want to do after high school" aspect of graduation, rather than the "OMG WE'LL NEVER SEE EACH OTHER AGAIN!!!" aspect. Say I Love You acts like the internet and phones are a thing and that you will, in fact, see your friends again after you graduate. There's a bit of time spent on not seeing each other as much, but to a realistic extent. There's also some sadness at leaving all those memories behind at the school, but again, it's not drawn out to the point where it's getting to be the whole volume.

    I guess what I'm saying is that "Say I Love You" paces this stuff a lot better than other manga I've read, and also seems a bit more realistic than the over-the-top drama of some other series. Admittedly, it wasn't a case of "all of the feels," but I felt like I could relate to this one a bit more.

  • Estefany

    Se graduaron, noooooo mis bebes ya estan grandes...

  • Celinda Reyes

    Such a cute volume! It's so much fun to see all the characters growing up into adults. Even if you already love the manga this volume will definitely exceed expectations. Can't wait to read the next one!

  • Amethyst

    4.5/5

    I didn’t think I’d like this volume even more than the last but I was wrong—and I’m really glad that I am. I think a main reason is because the author refers back to the beginning of the story/how the characters were like in the start of the series and connects to how it relates to their conversations/what’s going on with their side of the story in the present—in other words, how much they’ve changed and grown from then to now.

    I’m particularly referring to the part with Kai an

    4.5/5

    I didn’t think I’d like this volume even more than the last but I was wrong—and I’m really glad that I am. I think a main reason is because the author refers back to the beginning of the story/how the characters were like in the start of the series and connects to how it relates to their conversations/what’s going on with their side of the story in the present—in other words, how much they’ve changed and grown from then to now.

    I’m particularly referring to the part with Kai and Megumi. I actually really like their conversation. They’re an unlikely pair of friends but yet they seem to get each other pretty well.

    One part that really got me was when Mei thought about the memories she’s made in the school for the past 3 years, how much her life have changed due to meeting new people, and that she’s glad she was able to change the way she thinks and move forward with her life.

    I wish I had read this earlier but at the same time, I’m not sure if it would’ve helped. But I think even if it wouldn’t have helped that much, it would’ve still been nice, perhaps, to read it earlier~

    ***

  • Jeremy

    Amazing manga, even if it's different from the anime. Lots of cliffhangers in this manga.

  • Holly Letson

    3.5*

    High school is over for the crew now. I felt like there was too much looking back, though.

  • Sara

    Ahhh I missed seeing Yamato's love for Mei... It became a bit dull ><

  • Vyou

    #MagicalReadathon2018

  • Melanie

    This volume is intriguing because... well, I don't really have good memories of High School times, so it's pretty cool to see people who managed to create great memories of their High School reminiscing and preparing for a new stage in their lives. In a way, it's also weird. It feels like at 17~18 years old pretty much all the characters have their lives figured out, which definitely did not happen to me. Perhaps this is a cultural thing and for Japanese students, leaving High School directly to

    This volume is intriguing because... well, I don't really have good memories of High School times, so it's pretty cool to see people who managed to create great memories of their High School reminiscing and preparing for a new stage in their lives. In a way, it's also weird. It feels like at 17~18 years old pretty much all the characters have their lives figured out, which definitely did not happen to me. Perhaps this is a cultural thing and for Japanese students, leaving High School directly to get a job rather than going to University is not something I'm used to see.

    On the other hand, I felt that a couple of conflicts in this volume were left unresolved (more specifically the relationships issues of the twin brothers - and Megumi's, to a certain extend). But I also feel somewhat happy to see that the author didn't quite force her hand into a Kai/Megumi relationship.

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