- Series: Kodocha (Book 6)
- Paperback: 184 pages
- Publisher: TokyoPop (April 15, 2003)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1591821827
- ISBN-13: 978-1591821823
- Product Dimensions: 7.3 x 6.4 x 0.6 inches
- Shipping Weight: 6.9 ounces
- Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,247,753 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Kodocha: Sana's Stage (Kodocha), Vol. 6 Paperback – April 15, 2003
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Here's a no-brainer: some people get their hearts broken. However, contrary to what I expected, I actually felt their pain and sorrow. The emotions are deep in this book; I was surprised. Of course, nothing can ever be too serious around Sana. Comic relief is ever present!
Naozumi grows up in this book. He does some chivalric gestures for Sana. Of course, Sana being Sana, she doesn't see it the way that Naozumi intended. As Naozumi says, "I hope someday she understands." So do I. Sana may be mature at times, but she can be innocent too.
A love revelation- and then some.
I cannot stress this enough: fantastic read!
[Also available on my blog.]
So, Naozumi was rightfully pissed at the girls for beating Sana up, but she stops him from hitting them. Sana screamed, so everyone else comes running to see what happened, and Rei immediately takes Sana to the doctor. Turns out those jerks cracked her leg, but she refuses to quit the film. Her legs hurts, and isn't healing very well because of her constant use of it, and she ends up having to take a few days off from filming, making her feel depressed and useless.
She wants to show up those girls, prove that she can do it despite their hurting her and hate. Her mother immediately flies in upon hearing that something has happened to her daughter, and she succeeds in making her feel better. From there, Sana does pretty well, until they have to set the house on fire for the last scene and Sana has to come outside of the house.
This is crazy, and throughout it, I kept thinking about what their interviews could have been like, what with them saying how crazy and secluded and dangerous the filming was. But anyway, her getting out with a hurt leg doesn't work out quite as well as it should have, and she almost gives up twice, but it does work out in the end, and the last scene turns out perfect. The cast and crew celebrate, and Sana has one last talk with the girls who beat her up. I am glad that there wasn't a big lesson-learning moment with the bullies, and that it showed us that Sana wasn't just going to let it slide. She joked a bit, as she usually does, but she also got serious and didn't just brush it off; she was mad about it, but she wasn't going to make it a big thing. Instead, she wanted to show them up with the movie.
Then they all go home and do the rest of the filming on a set.Read more ›