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High School Debut , Vol. 12 by [Kawahara, Kazune]
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For Yoh's birthday, Haruna makes plans for the two of them to go on an overnight trip. Wait a minute... Overnight means...they'll be sharing a room?! Close quarters create an intimate setting for romance, but will that be the case for Haruna and Yoh?

About the Author

Kazune Kawahara is from Hokkaido prefecture in Japan and was born on March 11th (a Pisces!). She made her manga debut at age 18 with <b<Kare no ichiban sukina hito (His Most Favorite Person). Her other works include Sensei!, serialized in Bessatsu Margaret magazine. Her hobby is interior redecorating.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 186252 KB
  • Print Length: 192 pages
  • Publisher: VIZ Media: Shojo Beat (Oct. 29 2012)
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  • Language: English
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In High School Debut Volume 4 by Kazune Kawahara, Christmas is coming and Haruna wants to make this the most enjoyable Christmas ever for her boyfriend, Yoh. What will Haruna do to make his a memorable event? How will Yoh react?

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0xa7ad3e70) out of 5 stars 13 reviews
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa7fd0f54) out of 5 stars Hilarious July 8 2008
By Ellen W. - Published on
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The cover of this volume may be kind of ugly, but what's inside are some of the funniest chapters yet. First, Christmas is coming, and Haruna wants to give Yoh the perfect date. She gets really excited and starts to go overboard, and things don't turn out quite like she expected... Then, after Haruna gets her first kiss from Yoh, she starts freaking out every time she sees him. Yoh gets annoyed with this, and when Haruna sees him with her friend Mami, she assumes the two secretly like each other.

Volume 4 made me laugh a lot. Haruna is hilarious when she gets excited, and the other characters (especially the spoiled Asami) add their own kind of humor to the story. The plot moves along at a good pace, taking old ideas and putting new twists on them. The romance is also cute. Although Haruna definitely has the loudest personality, I've started to notice some of Yoh's quirks as well (like his embarrassed, sideways glance), and this makes it more engaging.

In short, this was a great volume, and the manga doesn't look like it's going to lose steam any time soon.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa7b37af8) out of 5 stars Haruna and Yoh are growing up July 12 2011
By setlib - Published on
Format: Paperback
This volume starts with Haruna and Yoh on an overnight trip to celebrate his birthday, and Haruna is worried he might expect them to "do it" during the trip. I was concerned that this section might cause this otherwise sweet series to veer into older teen territory, but instead it was deftly handled with the typical mix of sweetness and embarrassment that occurs every time these characters are forced to talk about their feelings -- and Yoh is a perfect gentleman, of course. At the end, Haruna and Yoh have to make decisions about their future careers and colleges. Can they handle the possibility of a long distance relationship after Yoh graduates? I liked both of these episodes because they showed the characters growing up and dealing with more mature issues.
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HASH(0xa79c2b70) out of 5 stars Can I love this any more? Aug. 17 2008
By Amazon Customer - Published on
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Yes! I've waited for this one for a while. I got to read some synopsis of the story, so I'm ahead a little. But it continues being a really great read and I am anticipating the next book every time one is published. This book deals with the lovely hurdle of a first kiss, and all the crazy emotions, rather litteraly in our heroine's case, that come with it.

Super cute, rather exagerated, and just a lot of fun. No cliffhanger to be afraid of, so it's a well rounded volume. I can't wait for the rest of the series to continue! Very satisfactory.
HASH(0xa7b2cef4) out of 5 stars Getting Physical? Dec 3 2009
By Ellen W. - Published on
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In this volume, Haruna and Yoh take an overnight trip together. Haruna, having been informed by Asami what an overnight trip means, is freaking out. She doesn't feel ready to have a physical relationship with Yoh, but she thinks it's probably expected of her. After all, she doesn't want to disappoint him. So she tries to prepare herself, but she totally loses it anytime Yoh comes near. Will she really be able to go through with it?

Then, Asa throws a jealous fit over Haruna and Yoh being together. She doesn't like Haruna making her brother look "uncool", and the two girls get in a fight over it.

Later, Haruna is looking forward to her class trip to Kyoto and Tokyo. However, Mami has been acting strangely. She tells Haruna that she's betrayed her, but Haruna has no idea what she's talking about. Then it looks like Mami might have feelings for Yoh...

Finally, Haruna tries to help Yoh when he realizes that he doesn't know what he wants to study in college. But will she be ok when he chooses a far away college?

This was a good volume. I liked the part about whether Yoh and Haruna are ready to take the next step. It's something that most couples face, and most girls should be able to sympathize. I liked the spotlight on Mami, too. She's a good character and really doesn't get enough time in the manga. Also liked the end. It portrays yet another problem couples in high school face, and I thought Kawahara did a pretty good job with it. I liked how Haruna tries to be supportive, but she really doesn't want Yoh to leave.

However, this volume wasn't without its problems. The main one is that Haruna often overreacts, to the point where I can't take her seriously. Coincidentally, "High School Debut" vol. 12 was released in English at the same time as Love Com, Vol. 15, which has a similar plot-line about physicality. These two manga have a lot of similarities to begin with, and it's impossible not to compare. The heroine of "Love Com", Risa, has a similar reaction to the situation, but it's not as over the top as Haruna's. Also, Risa is aware of that her behavior is off, and that makes a big difference. Asa's interruption didn't help. It was kind of sweet to see her get jealous over her brother, but it slowed down the pace of the manga. You'd think she'd be over Haruna and Yoh's relationship by now, and her childishness gets a little old. Next, while I liked the plot with Mami, the thing she was so worried about turned out to be kind of silly and unrealistic. And the final part just had the same problem with Haruna's over-reactions. Actually, I think that's the biggest problem with the whole series.

But it's still a good manga in the end. It's more original than a lot of stuff out there, and the characters are definitely likable. I think it's good that the next volume will be the last one, but it's been a fun ride all the same.
HASH(0xa7b3edec) out of 5 stars Loveeee! Jan. 13 2015
By jamie - Published on
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So this book is absolutely fantastic. If only all mangas had 3 volume books it would be awesome. If you like romance and comedy it's an excellent manga and a great price. Normal one volume mangas are 10 dollars per or more so to get 2 more for 12..13 dollars is a steal. Defiantly work getting! And it came in great condition&a couple days early.