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Dengeki Daisy, Vol. 4 Paperback – April 5, 2011
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Teru remains a strong person - down to earth but also with a nice dose of optimism and innocence. She's a good foil for the more worldy and troubled Kurosaki. The author resisted the temptation to turn her soft now that she has feelings for Kurosaki/Daisy - Teru gives back anything poor Kurosaki can dish out to her.
What I really like about the story as it continues is that even when they are teasing/annoying each other on purpose, beneath the speech bubbles is a continuing dialogue of how they really feel. There is a lot of wonderful pathos in this series.
The plot continues: Teru and Kurosaki are becoming even closer. But Teru now knows that he is her beloved Daisy. Kurosaki must have a strong reason not to tell her he is daisy - and that makes Teru fearful that if she revealed she knows his identity, he'd disappear. But it is difficult now to continue to write to Daisy and pretend she doesn't know who he is. In an interesting twist, Teru did tell "Daisy" that she likes Kurosaki. So in a way, Kurosaki knows she has feelings for him but can't do anything since she told "Daisy". It's quite fun and Motomi really milks the situation for all it is worth.
Old rivals come back - they aren't forgotten in the storyline.Read more ›
The story moves quickly and keeps you hooked. Highly recommend.
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