Nana, Volume 15 [NOOK Book]

Overview

One of the tabloids hounding Blast and Trapnest have photos that make it look like Reira and Ren are having an affair. With Nana and Ren's engagement recently made public, the photos could spell doom for both bands. Takumi's willing to do whatever it takes to save his band, but how will it affect Hachi and the happily ever after she's still hoping for?
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Nana, Volume 15

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Overview

One of the tabloids hounding Blast and Trapnest have photos that make it look like Reira and Ren are having an affair. With Nana and Ren's engagement recently made public, the photos could spell doom for both bands. Takumi's willing to do whatever it takes to save his band, but how will it affect Hachi and the happily ever after she's still hoping for?
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781421558073
  • Publisher: VIZ Media
  • Publication date: 12/25/2012
  • Series: Nana
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: VIZ Rating: M
  • Sales rank: 739,947
  • File size: 94 MB
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Meet the Author

Ai Yazawa is the creator of many popular manga titles, including Tenshi Nanka Janai (I'm No Angel) and Gokinjo Monogatari (Neighborhood Story). Another series, Kagen no Tsuki (Last Quarter), was made into a live-action movie and released in late 2004. American readers were introduced to Yazawa's stylish and sexy storytelling in 2002 when her title Paradise Kiss was translated into English. Nana has become the all-time best selling shojo title from Japanese publishing giant, Shueisha. Cumulative sales from the first 12 graphic novels have sold more than 22 million copies and the series even garnered a Shogakukan Manga Award in the Girls' category in 2003. A live-action Nana movie is scheduled to hit Japanese theaters in the fall of 2005.

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  • Posted February 22, 2010

    Nana, Volume 15

    Excellent! Very easy read, very entertaining.

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  • Posted June 15, 2009

    Great Book

    Another one of my daughter's favorite series.

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  • Posted May 31, 2009

    more from this reviewer

    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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