ISBN: 1626923027
EAN13: 9781626923027
Language: English
Release Date: Jan 26, 2016
Pages: 384
Dimensions: 1.81" H x 7.09" L x 4.96" W
Weight: 0.88 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

EISNER-NOMINATED SERIES

A Plea From the Future

On the day that Naho begins 11th grade, she recieves a letter from herself ten years in the future. At first, she writes it off as a prank, but as the letter's predictions come true one by one Naho realizes that the letter might be the real deal. Her future self tells Naho that a new transfer student, a boy named Kakeru, will soon join her class. The letter begs Naho to watch over him, saying that only Naho can save Kakeru from a terrible future. Who is this mystery boy, and can Naho save him from his destiny? The heart-wrenching sci-fi romance that has over million copies in print in Japan

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5
   happy nostalgia of youth with the melancholy bitterness of loss
Orange combines the hopeful, happy nostalgia of the youth with the melancholy bitterness of loss, regrets and the dark theme of suicide. Although as an American, I cannot relate to the way the Japanese treat suicide generally, this book was unexpectedly different, in that the suicide was not treated as an honorable thing to do, but instead showed how suicide can lead to so much confusion and pain for those who are left behind.
 
2
   A fairly simple manga
A somewhat bizarre storyline that has a snub spin on an otherwise day to day life of a group of teenagers. There are lots of reviews online that cover the material, but I will sum it by saying that this collection is only volume 1. I can see the appeal, but it is just not the kind of manga that draws me in. I guess that I like a little more action. I said, I loved your Lie in April. It's not like I need to do anything, just to connect with someone. I just couldn t connect. But I don 't feel like I have to read the next volume. But a younger audience will probably love this story.
 
5
   An equal parts feel good and heart breaking manga with lovable characters and a ...
An equal part feels good and heart breaking manga with lovable characters and a story that keeps you wanting more. I have never seen a story with such difficult subjects handled with such grace and in a Shujo manga of ALL things. If you are hesitant to pick this up, you should because you will fall in love with it and bite your nails until the next Omnibus is released.
 
5
   I love Orange, it is my favorite manga and have ...
I love Orange, it is my favorite manga and I have been a Sem-long fan for a long time.
 
5
   My new favorite manga, raced through the whole thing in just ...
My new favorite manga, reread through the whole thing in just a day and am on a race #2. Beautiful artwork and touching story, I just couldn t put it down! Great characters and really sets itself apart from other series 3.
 
5
   Book 1 of 3 in a excellent romance/psychological Manga series.
I really enjoyed the story that introduces the book. There are technically three books in this series, but the story ends after the second book. I have my own Orange, the complete collection volume 1&2 and the story is a precious but important story about the struggle and how sad life is. I will say simply : if you want romance, struggles, good character development, and something that makes you reflect on life itself.
 
5
   Slice of Life Fans MUST OWN!
So good! Took BUNNY DROP as my favorite SLICE OF LIFE MANGA, I got teary eyes. I bought this in March and read it barely and I regret it. I ordered volume 2 and 3 when I was half done that is how good it is.
 
4
   A story to get you in the feels
The story is basically about a girl named Naho, who writes a letter to herself from 10 years away. As she continues reading, the letter reveals the exact events of the day. The Naho of the future repeatedly stated that she has many regrets and she wanted to remedy these by ensuring that Naho can make the right choices from the past. Orange was a manga that stirred up my curiosity from the very beginning. Travel time : Life of a saver? A charming story that deals with mental health. I am all for this read. The reason why?!?! How can you finish this story like this?
 
5
   Beautiful
This book is absolutely amazing. To be honest, I regret not buying the whole series at a single time. You don 't want to wait for the other books to arrive. Do not put yourself through this!
 
5
   Fun, engaging book. My daughter wants to read them all
She is trying to get her sisters to read with her.
 
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