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Book Title: Solo i fiori sanno..., Vol. 1|
The author of the book: Rihito Takarai
Date of issue: March 18th 2015
ISBN 13: 9788861695030
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[Overall Review of Volumes 1-3][Extra 花 review]
Although I've not read all of Takarai's work yet, this is without a doubt one of her better projects. Although the coupling is the stereotypical, harshly defined seme-uke (top-bottom) with the uke being overly submissive and naive, it fortunately lacks the rape-y vibe that most BL/yaoi manga boast. The relationship that develops between Youichi and Misaki is sensitive and sincere.
I also appreciate that Takarai attempts to address the (un)acceptance of homosexuality by going beyond the typical internal dialogue of, "He's a man and I shouldn't have these feelings." Because of Misaki's past, he especially takes time to consider the situation from multiple angles, such as: Youichi has a girlfriend, I wish I were a girl, I don't want to ruin Youichi's image, and what do I do about Kawabata-san... I wish that Takarai had observed these questions more deeply, but the fact that she presented them at all allows for the reader to fill in the blanks.
There are two details which I disliked about this manga because they were far too idealistic. The first is the general interaction between Youichi and Misaki, especially at the end of the series. Without being specific, Youichi stereotypically asserts his ideas and although they aren't bad or unhealthy Misaki just goes along with it. [Specific: (view spoiler)[Living Together (hide spoiler)]]
The second detail that almost ruined this manga for me was the resolution between Misaki and Kawabata. Details: (view spoiler)[Kawabata essentially kidnaps Misaki and takes away his phone which is completely unacceptable and anyone in that situation should get away as soon as possible! But then, he nearly rapes Misaki and probably would have if Misaki hadn't punched him. Now, those things alone don't bother me; they make for an interesting story. However Misaki's sudden, complete acceptance of Kawabata's actions and feelings immediately following that situation blows my mind. (hide spoiler)] I believe that situations in books can encourage us to react similarly in real life, because they almost always present the most ideal outcome. And in this situation, Misaki's acceptance was incredibly unhealthy and I hate seeing that crap in any literature. I do feel that it could have been done properly with those same details if that aspect of the story was drawn out and probably another volume added to the series... Because in the end I do truly appreciate Kawabata taking control over his life and coming to accept himself.
Because I can easily re-imagine the above scenario to be more realistically acceptable, I quite enjoyed this manga and the opportunity to think more deeply about its content.
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Zodiac : Libra
Blood type : O
Doujinshi Circle : Giga Traper
Favorite Manga : Prince of tennis
Favorite Visual Novel : Uta no prince-sama
Favorite Anime : Uta no prince-sama
She mentioned in her twitter that she is a big fan of "Uta no Prince-sama"
She played all the seasons and watched the anime as well.
She follows all the characters on twitter.
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