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« on: Sep 21, 13, 10:11:29 am »

This week, our series spotlight has shined on Tatsugaku Letra & My Heart Is Beating.  If you are unfamiliar with these be sure to check them out!

Series Summary:
In middle school, Ichinose Kimitaka taught his friends how to play basketball. Despite his experience with the sport, his friends quickly outmatched him in skill. After an incident brought on by his frustration and jealousy, he was crushed to overhear those same 'friends' discussing how they wished he'd just kill himself.  On his way to toss out his special basketball shoes, he met a girl who was just as frustrated, throwing her own dancing shoes away. She was so tall, and her hands and feet are so large, that she had been rejected from her chosen hobby of Spanish dancing. He urged her to give basketball a try, and the two exchanged their shoes instead of throwing them away.  As he enters high school, Kimitaka learns that meeting him changed that girl's life for the better, and she is now a happy, social basketball player. Will Kimitaka be able to find the courage to make new friends and pursue his own talents?

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Series Summary:
17 year old exemplary student Bae Sugu lives alone with his father, the vice principal of his school. Weighed down by his father's expectations, Sugu has to hide his one true passion: swimsuits. He does not know where it comes from, but his passion is pure and genuine - and often misunderstood. But one day, when Sugu is secretly taking pictures of swimsuits by the pool, he is caught by his homeroom teacher who forces him into something ridiculous. Can Sugu find something to get out of the standstill his life has come to? Can his heart beat again?
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« Reply #1 on: Sep 22, 13, 05:35:36 pm »

Both sounds interesting!!
I'll read them now! >w<
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« Reply #2 on: Sep 29, 13, 07:44:19 am »

Man, I hate Sahara Mizu! Not one of his (or her?) story is free from depressing undertone. Just like a bad soap. Bus Hashiru might be the less depressing of all.
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« Reply #3 on: Oct 24, 13, 03:29:56 am »

Both sound good. the second on seems werid but i going to read them both
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