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by Miwa Ueda

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ISBN:
1595321721
Author:
Miwa Ueda
Category:
Literature & Fiction
Language:
English
Publisher:
TokyoPop; First Edition edition (December 7, 2004)
Pages:
184 pages
EPUB book:
1472 kb
FB2 book:
1157 kb
DJVU:
1589 kb
Other formats
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Rating:
4.3
Votes:
945


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Momo takes on the challenges of high school life, including a lack of friends, a crush on a boy with whom she has never had the courage to share her feelings, and classmates who don't understand her.
  • Giamah
As a young woman who enjoys manga, but who also enjoys associating with strong yet feminine female protagonists, I must say that at last a series was sent from Japan that WE Shoujo fans can enjoy! It is also a series with an important message about learning to distinguish between physical stereotypes and the reality of a person's personality. "Beautiful" Sae is not beautiful inside, but even protagonist-Momo's boyfriend Toji cannot get past the association of beauty with purity; Kiley, the one character who can distinguish internal/external beauty is himself stereotyped by Momo as a playboy, when he is much more. And the artwork is Grade-A! Read it or miss out on a good one.
  • Tygokasa
Anyone over 19 who reads this will immediately know what Momo's mistakes are going to be before she makes them, and why she cannot help but make them; perhaps that is why reading "Peach Girl" is doubly bittersweet for those who've recently emerged from adolescence, and why for those same people, this manga is still a good read. The artwork is excellent, and the storytelling better than ever. Momo is so badly wronged by - not just Sae - but everyone save one person, including Toji, that it makes her emerge seeming ever stronger. Don't pass this up.
  • Tejar
I absolutely love this book I watched and read the whole series!
  • Bladebringer
This is the last book in the series, with a little unrelated bonus story in it as well.

This is a spin-off of Peach Girl, which I loved, and bought the anime (just like the books except for the hotel setup). It's also funny and great art style. Be aware when choosing books for your daughter that this has some sexy scenarios (it doesn't show any body parts, though, so don't get uppity about it). I wouldn't get it for anybody who is too young to understand these situations. Otherwise, a great addition to the manga enthusiast/girl reader's collection.
  • Flarik
I have loved Peach Girl ever since 9th grade when I ended up spending most of my time at the local library. I skimmed the teen selection daily and because I had no idea what manga was I picked this up. It was love at first sight! :) Now that I'm older I've been looking for all the manga I use to read at that library and started buying them, Peach Girl high on my list. It has one of the best stories I have come across because it is relatable. I find it to be very witty and empowering which makes it a great read to come back to over and over again. Needless to say, I'm so glad to have this peachy addition to my manga collection.
  • Ranenast
Good story line, and love the art work.
  • Painwind
Good story line, and love the art work.
My pre-teen read this series but after seeing the racy covers and finding out about the love triangle I think this I better for older teens.