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  • Posted May 31, 2009

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    What Happened?

    I've loved the Nana series since it first showed up in Shojo Beat. In the begining it was more personal, real and the nanas had a close relationship and as the series has gone on further I've noticed (especially in this particular volume) is that all of the characters have drifted apart, it's not as close and real as it was before and now with Hachiko being pregnant it's like she'll never find out about takumi's infedelity and her and nana never speak, ren seems to be drifting further into drugs. Everyone is just in their own thing which makes it real but what happened to what the story was about and how it started? It brought the book together when all the characters were in eachother's stories. It seems Hachikos belly disappears here and there then pops back up, what's up with that? It is still edgy, still lovable but you can tell that this series will soon come to it's end when Hachiko has her baby, what's happening here??? Just wondering.

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