Tuesday, July 31, 2012

A Devil and Her Love Song: Volume 3

by Miyoshi Tomori, 205 pages

Hana's the cutest, sweetest, most diplomatic person in the whole classroom, but she's been out ill since before Maria transferred.  Now that the two finally meet, will Maria be able to count Hana as a friend?

Maria's misunderstood bluntness is further complicated by others actively trying to poison her reputation and isolate her.  Hana's a nice enough girl, but nobody's immune to pride, insecurity, and jealousy.  Maria's solution, though, is surprisingly creative.  It's getting easier to see what her little pod of real friends see in her.  A little uneven, this series, but worth the sit-down to read if you've nothing better to do and want a break from heavy reading.

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