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Marmalade Boy, Vol. 7 Paperback – June 17, 2003

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 192 pages
  • Publisher: TokyoPop (June 17, 2003)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1591821916
  • ISBN-13: 978-1591821915
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 6.5 x 0.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #617,261 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By A Customer on June 11, 2003
Format: Paperback
You might remember from book 6 and the other previous books that Yu and Miki are together after all they've been through. In this book, Yu continues his search for his real father. In his search, he found a bit of information that he doesn't like. this forces him and Miki to break up and the whole time Miki doesn't know what's going on. Miki moves on with her life without Yu and a new Miki comes out of the book.
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By AvidReader on October 25, 2013
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I read Marmalade boy when I was eight or so and fell in love! It was my first manga so it was already special but my library eventually sold it. Ten years later, I clicked around on Amazon and came across it. It was only a penny (not including shipping costs)! I was ecstatic and decided to buy the whole series. I have it on my Kindle Fire but it just isn't the same.

With this volume of Marmalade Boy, I was VERY pleased. I bought it from U-N-M-A-R-K-E-D in a "Very Good" condition and it was superb! My only qualm is that, once you peel of the sticker that's placed on it for documenting prices, it gets all sticky and is really hard to get off. I would suggest just leaving it be. It doesn't really disrupt anything.

Basically, as an all in all, buying from U-N-M-A-R-K-E-D is a great way to go!
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Format: Paperback
~3.5/5
[Also available at my blog.]

Ahhhhhhh, I only have one volume left! How is that possible?! I, like, just started it, and now I'm done with seven volumes and I only have one left and then what do I do? I mean, I guess I'll read those other manga waiting for me... But I will have no more Marmalade Boy and I am not happy about that.

Le sigh, but anyway...

I was thinking, when I started this, that Meiko was only going to talk with Nachan, not that she was going to get back together with him, but it became apparent within, oh, two pages, that I was wrong. Although their reunion scene was very sweet and I really like Meiko and I like that Nachan makes her happy and loves her back, and I accept their relationship. I think I actually just want more Meiko and Ginta. Not them together, but their relationships with Nachan (or Miwa, I would have liked either one) and Arimi. I just want some more of their obvious loving and cute stuff. There haven't been as many nice, intense, romantic scenes between Miki and Yuu. Although there have been a lot of cuddly stuff. Which makes sense, since this series was in Ribon, which is a magazine targeted to younger girls.

Anyway, after that: there's a guest staying with Miki and Yuu's family, whose only real point is to make Yuu wonder about his real dad again. There's a scene between Meiko and Miwa, which I liked but made me feel bad for him. Oh, because along with Meiko and Nachan getting together again, they also got engaged, and Meiko's parents aren't too happy about it yet, but they'll accept it soon enough, I'm sure.

The rest of the volume is taken up with some serious drama between Miki and Yuu.
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By A Customer on July 4, 2003
Format: Paperback
Marmalade Boy is a great book that can be very addictive. I advise that you do not read this one until you read the first 6:). In this book Yuu and Miki who have had a rough ride in their relationship break up. Yuu thinks that Miki is.....and he breaks up w/out telling her why.Miki finds consolation in her fellow worker and starts all over again.While Yuu sees that he made a mistake then...........Well you go ahead and fill in the blanks when you read the book
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