Monday, May 20, 2013

Manhwa Review: 13th Boy, Vol. 7 [Paperback]

I've finished "13th Boy Vol. 7" by SangEun Lee.

Product Description

Summer vacation is finally here, and for Hee-So that means idyllic days filled with phone calls to Won-Jun, dreaming about Won-Jun, going out on steamy dates with Won-Jun, and smooching with Won-Jun! But leave it to Beatrice to throw a wrench into things! When Hee-So's spunky, spiky cactus friend transforms into his handsome boy self off-schedule and stays that way, not even a bucket of chicken can get him back into his plant pot! And while Hee-So's plans for romance have suddenly been waylaid by this development, will it prove to be a golden opportunity for Beatrice to make a romantic move of his own?

About the Author 

SangEun Lee is also the creator of the manhwa series Forget About Love and Love or Money.

Product Details
Paperback: 176 pages
Publisher: Yen Press (June 28, 2011)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0759530009
ISBN-13: 978-0759530003

My Review:

Hee-So is expecting to have steamy dates with Won-Jun, on the phone with Won-Jun and kissing Won-Jon now that summer is finally here.  Meanwhile Beatrice her cactus friend is depressed and wishes to stay with Hee-So and one day he transforms into his human self.  Even a bucket of chicken doesn't turn him back into his cactus self so Hee-So decides to stay with him cooped up in her room everyday. 

Won-Jun misses her so he comes to visit her one day and she finally confesses to him about Beatrice but he takes it as he should butt out of her business.  He decides he won't visit or call her for awhile and she becomes more depressed.


Thanks Hachette Book Group Canada/Yen Press for sending me this manhwa to review, greatly appreciated!

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