Monday, March 11, 2013

Manga Review: A Devil and Her Love Song, Vol. 7 [Paperback]

I've finished "A Devil and Her Love Song Vol. 7" by Miyoshi Tomori.

Product Description

Is this girl a devil in disguise or a misunderstood angel?

As Maria begins to recall bits and pieces of her tragic past, Yusuke tells her that he’ll stay by her side and support her, no matter what. Meanwhile, Maria still hopes to reconcile with Anna, so she enrolls in the same music school that Anna attends. Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem like Anna wants Maria’s help or friendship.

About the Author

Miyoshi Tomori made her debut as a manga creator in 2001, and her previous titles include Hatsukare (First Boyfriend), Tongari Root (Square Root), and Brass Love!!

Product Details
Paperback: 200 pages
Publisher: VIZ Media LLC; Original edition (February 5, 2013)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 142154184X
ISBN-13: 978-1421541846

My Review:

Maria and her friends have a great time at their party minus Shin.  She finally decides to tell everyone about why she was expelled from St. Katria and how her friendship started and ended with Anna.  Yusuke tells Maria he will stay by her side no matter what happens and that maybe Anna wants Maria to find her way back to her side and that she should join the same band Anna attends.  Maria joins the same school when the instructor asks her to form a group with Anna and Shin so she could sing about Anna's feelings.  Yusuke decides to join too when the instructors tells Maria she should street perform.

During the party Shin calls Yusuke's cell and leaves him a message to not get involved with Maria.  He also admits that he loves Maria and he believes Yusuke does too.  Shin asks if he could speak to Yusuke alone and Yusuke tells him he got his message and he doesn't need to tell him all the details since he will stay by Maria's side no matter what.

Maria and Anna have a little chat when all of a sudden they start fighting again by yelling and Anna runs away.  Shin goes after her and has a little chat with her and asks her to grow up and stop being stubborn and just let everyone know how she feels.


Thanks Simon and Schuster Canada for sending me this manga to review, greatly appreciated!

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