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Hana-Kimi, Volume 2
     

Hana-Kimi, Volume 2

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by Hisaya Nakajo
 

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High jump champion Izumi Sano has realized that his slender new roommate Miyuki is a girl, but he's decided to keep her secret so she doesn't get kicked out of their allboys' high school. Now they're becoming good friends, without worrying about "guy" or "girl" stuff - or so Miyuki thought until Izumi kissed her one night! Before Miyuki has time to freak out, in

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High jump champion Izumi Sano has realized that his slender new roommate Miyuki is a girl, but he's decided to keep her secret so she doesn't get kicked out of their allboys' high school. Now they're becoming good friends, without worrying about "guy" or "girl" stuff - or so Miyuki thought until Izumi kissed her one night! Before Miyuki has time to freak out, in steps a bigger problem: her American half-brother Shizuki, who's not too thrilled to find out that his little sister is cross-dressing 24 hours a day. But handsome Shizuki has problems of his own...

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781591163985
Publisher:
VIZ Media LLC
Publication date:
05/10/2004
Series:
Hana-Kimi Series , #2
Edition description:
1st Edition
Pages:
200
Sales rank:
1,299,838
Product dimensions:
5.10(w) x 7.50(h) x 0.70(d)
Age Range:
16 - 18 Years

Meet the Author

Hisaya Nakajo's manga series Hanazakari no Kimitachi he (For You in Full Blossom, casually known as Hana-Kimi) has been a hit since it first appeared in 1997 in the shojo manga magazine Hana to Yume (Flowers and Dreams). In Japan, a Hana-Kimi art book and several drama CDs have been released. Her other manga series include Missing Piece (two volumes) and Yumemiru Happa (The Dreaming Leaf, one volume)."

Hisaya Nakajo's manga series Hanazakari no Kimitachi he (For You in Full Blossom, casually known as Hana-Kimi) has been a hit since it first appeared in 1997 in the shojo manga magazine Hana to Yume (Flowers and Dreams). In Japan, a Hana-Kimi art book and several drama CDs have been released. Her other manga series include Missing Piece (two volumes) and Yumemiru Happa (The Dreaming Leaf, one volume)."

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Hana-Kimi, Volume 2: For You In Full Blossom 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
SleepDreamWrite More than 1 year ago
Mizuki's brother makes a surprise visit. This was pretty good. And the doctor was hilarious and random as usual.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
This funny series is perfect for you if you liked the recent film She's the Man staring Amanda Bines. My favorite part of the series is the confusion she inflicts on others by pretending to be a man whil e she still has her female compexion and charm.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I've ready many many mangas in my time. I love comedy, I love action and adventure, I love romance. I love it and appreciate it all. Lemme tell you what. This manga is SO FUNNY. You want drama? humor? romance? I'm telling you this is your thing!! I absolutely loved it. There were even times where i was literally laughing out loud. I 100% recommend it!!! What're you waiting for!? Go out and get it! =)
Guest More than 1 year ago
This was the best manga I have ever read, and the author should put out more series quickly.Ps I know how hard the deadline is but I am going through withdrawal symptoms. ty Manga fan
Guest More than 1 year ago
Viz continues to do a sub-standard job with the translation of this series. While the editing in this volume was better than in the first volume (there were no glaring grammatical mistakes this time), things were still lost in the translation. And someone needs to talk to their summary writer. Oh well.... Excellent story, and I highly recommend reading it, but just be aware that the English translations are not as accurate as they could be. Ideally, you should learn Japanese and read it in the original language. But that takes time and a lot of dedication.