Skip Beat!, Volume 27

Skip Beat!, Volume 27

by Yoshiki Nakamura

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ISBN-13: 9781421541082
Publisher: VIZ Media LLC
Publication date: 04/03/2012
Series: Skip Beat! Series , #27
Edition description: Original
Pages: 200
Sales rank: 266,882
Product dimensions: 4.90(w) x 7.50(h) x 0.90(d)
Age Range: 13 - 17 Years

About the Author

Yoshiki Nakamura is originally from Tokushima Prefecture. She started drawing manga in elementary school, which eventually led to her 1993 debut of Yume de Au yori Suteki (Better Than Seeing in a Dream) in Hana to Yume magazine. Her other works include the basketball series Saint Love, MVP wa Yuzurenai (Can't Give Up MVP), Blue Wars, and Tokyo Crazy Paradise, a series about a female bodyguard in 2020 Tokyo.

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Skip Beat!, Volume 27 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
truth2me-istruthenough More than 1 year ago
I'm counting the days when the 28th volume comes out...skip beat never disappoints....especially this one...ended in a cliff hanger!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Romantic and yet so funny in parts you have to laugh out loud. Love this series. A great mother daughter read. Gives lots of room to discuss topics from bullying, to romance, to work ethic, to becoming a person of substance and not just someones girlfriend.
Lizzard37 More than 1 year ago
If you haven't read up to volume 26 yet, some of these comments are SPOILERS. Smack in the middle of our first outing with the Heel siblings, a major incident occurs that finally gives us a glimpse of Ren's past and what he's been running from. Thankfully it is not a let-down and Ren's problems are not all centered around "Daddy Issues" as earlier volumes have suggested (through the way his story has been going that will probably turn out to have been the catalyst; only time will tell). Also it appears Amamiya may play a larger role than I would have thought, though what that role will be and when it will start is a mystery. Her character says (or thinks rather) something in this volume that sounds important and will hopefully be picked up later. So basically pieces are starting to fall into place in this volume. I know I made it sound dramatic, and there is a LOT of drama, but as usually there are plenty of laughs as well, even in the middle tense scenes. The last chapter in this volume actually features what is probably my favorite visual gag in the entire series when Kyoko is talking to Ren (I won't spoil it, especially since you might not find it as funny as me). Definitely a must-read volume, not that you can really hope to skip one and still keep up with the story.
mzbookreader More than 1 year ago
Such a wonderful series. The characters grow and develop (even minor characters often show growth/development) and the series while advancing the love story very slowly does so in an entertaining way. I have read the whole series at least 3 times now, and I keep finding things I'd missed on the first couple readings. The artist/writer's sense of humor is wonderful. I get impatient for each new book to be released. I keep hoping they will get this series on the nook. This is my favorite manga series, though Library Wars and Dengeki Daisy also are close runners up.
Tygrr More than 1 year ago
You need to read them in order.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago