Hana-Kimi, Vol. 19

RAISE THE BARThis is what it s all been building up toShin, Izumi and Kagurazuka compete against one another in the high jump Then, Sekime gets his own moment in the spotlight when his classmates see him with a strange girl But if we re talking strange, she doesn t even compare to the woman who comes onto campus and sweeps an embarrassed Nakatsu off his feetNakatRAISE THE BARThis is what it s all been building up toShin, Izumi and Kagurazuka compete against one another in the high jump Then, Sekime gets his own moment in the spotlight when his classmates see him with a strange girl But if we re talking strange, she doesn t even compare to the woman who comes onto campus and sweeps an embarrassed Nakatsu off his feetNakatsu s mother
Hana Kimi Vol RAISE THE BARThis is what it s all been building up toShin Izumi and Kagurazuka compete against one another in the high jump Then Sekime gets his own moment in the spotlight when his classmates see

  • Title: Hana-Kimi, Vol. 19
  • Author: Hisaya Nakajo David Ury
  • ISBN: 9781421509945
  • Page: 197
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Hana-Kimi, Vol. 19”

    1. I love this series of manga. It's like a soap opera, only add some sexy gay Japanese males, a girl who is pretending to be a boy and has no clue that her roommate has caught on. This series seems like it will never end seriously. I hope it doesn't, cause I love the characters and plot so much. I can't wait for #20 to come out!

    2. Another good volume. This one has some funny moments especially with Nakatsu of course. Really good series.

    3. I can't tell if Hana-Kimi is genuinely improving in quality, or if I'm growing so attached to the fate's of the characters that I imagine it's improving in quality. In any case, this volume wraps up the networking event storyline, which was actually so interesting and lead to so much development that I didn't realize how long it had gone on. The way that Shin and Sano, and Sano and his dad have reconnected tenuously through the arc has been really satisfactory.We also really get to know Sekime a [...]

    4. lol! It was so funny when Nakatsu's mama came to stay the night at the boys dorm and cleaned Nakatsu up! His hair was all slicked down and his clothes wear ironed and neat. Everyone was like, "Who's that?" LMAO That was funny. Way better than the last volume which was full of treasure hunt filler.

    5. Nakatsu is absolutely hilarious and adorable if I laugh out loud while reading, it's almost always because of something he says or does.

    6. Everybody was so grown-up. Mizuki was thinking about her future and totally oblivious and Sano was totally in love. A cute volume.

    7. A very good volume. I love how almost everyone is pushing Sano and Mizuki together but they're still so oblivious and dumb. I really hope Shin comes back too.

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