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QQ Sweeper, Vol. 2 by [Motomi, Kyousuke]
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Fumi’s image keeps overlapping with that of Fuyu, Kyutaro’s childhood crush, who remains in his thoughts to this day. Meanwhile, Fumi starts to work as a Sweeper with Kyutaro’s family, but she struggles with keeping her past a secret. Has Fumi finally found a place to call home or will her cursed past catch up to her?

About the Author

Born on August 1, Kyousuke Motomi debuted in Deluxe Betsucomi with Hetakuso Kyupiddo (No Good Cupid) in 2002. She is the creator of Dengeki Daisy, Beast Master and Otokomae! Biizu Kurabu (Handsome! Beads Club). Motomi enjoys sleeping, tea ceremonies and reading Haruki Murakami.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 146819 KB
  • Print Length: 192 pages
  • Publisher: VIZ Media: Shojo Beat; Tra edition (Feb. 2 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01AIXDNFW
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By Nicola Mansfield HALL OF FAMETOP 100 REVIEWER on Feb. 21 2016
Format: Paperback
Really enjoyed this second volume! The prince charming and cleaning temes are downplayed in this volume as the story arc gets started. We found out Fumi has a big problem and the story firmly sets itself in the paranormal as the Sweepers gather together to help Fumi find out who is after her. Fumi joins the group and does a sweeping with them to clear the mind of a boy from school who had attacked her. I really liked the paranormal aspect of this manga, with bugs as the bad guys, you can't go wrong with giving me the willies and I like that the sweepers help people in mental distress. The humour side is fun and this looks like it's going to be an excellent mix of paranormal romance. Can't wait for the next volume to see if it continues in the same vein.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9f927e58) out of 5 stars 7 reviews
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HASH(0x9f8d8078) out of 5 stars Starts to Pick Up With This Volume Feb. 2 2016
By Talvi - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Admittedly, I wasn't sold on the story from the first Volume - cleaning as a special attack? A broom as a weapon against demons? Pages devoted to cleaning tips? Somehow, watching our heroine ecstatically cleaning a toilet doesn't necessarily make for a riveting scene. But with volume 2, the cleaning takes a back seat to finally bringing us the true story: a mysterious past for Fumi that may just tie directly in with "Q" Kyutaru as well.

Story: Kyutaro agonizes over memories of Fuyu - a girl who kept him company when his family disappeared - and then disappeared herself. Fumi reminds him so much of her but he can't understand why since both girls are so different. When a school friend attacks Fumi, the Sweeper team is brought in to exorcise him. But Fumi is sure she is the catalyst - a cursed girl who causes grief everywhere. And with that realization comes a desperate bid by Fumi to save the Sweepers by leaving them permanently.

The plot is making sense now and we're finally get a taste of Motomi's writing strength. I absolutely adored Dengeki Daisy but admit it carried on much too long. I am hoping with QQ Sweeper, the story will stay focused on Fumi's mysterious past and not go off on tangents. Certainly, this Volume 2 was a page turner and kept me interested to the end.

Motomi has a great way with romantic moments but she definitely spaces them out. With QQ Sweeper, her art has matured and there aren't as many overly-busy small panels. There are parallels to Dengeki Daisy, yes, and certainly this story doesn't stray too far from that mold (strong willed girl with mysterious link to bad things - and the strong willed guy who is going to protect/save her). But there's a great story in here now and I am looking forward to seeing where it goes. Reviewed from an advance reader copy provided by the publisher.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa2abe1e0) out of 5 stars I love it March 1 2016
By Jude - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
~4.5/5

In this volume, Fumi’s curse shows up, something she’s been running from all this time. She believes she’s cursed, because everyone she gets close to gets hurts, bad things follow her, and it starts happening again at her school. She decides to leave again, to run away, but thankfully Kyutaro catches her.

They convince her to stay, at least a little longer, and learn how the sweeping really works. And the more time she spends with Kyutaro, the more their chemistry grows, and the more he’s convinced that she is the girl he met when he was younger.

Ugh, I’m already in love with them together. I like Fumi a lot, she’s a good girl who just doesn’t want to hurt anyone. There’s clearly more to her backstory, and I’m intrigued by that. Kyutaro is a sweetheart, too, and I love him. I love how he’s so stuck on that girl from his past, and what it means to him that Fumi might be her.

The mix of drama, serious, and humor is so well done. There’s definitely more serious in this series so far, and the contrast is so pretty, the artwork is gorgeous. The humor is well-placed, and still makes me smile. I also like the mentions of the Dengeki characters in this series, as well.

I can’t believe how quickly I’ve fallen for this series. I love it already, and can’t wait for more.

A review copy was provided by the publisher, VIZ Media, for an honest review. Thank you so, so much!

[More of my reviews are available on my blog, Geeky Reading, to which there's a link on my profile.]
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9f758b4c) out of 5 stars "The girl I loved...the girl...I kissed." No spoilers. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. Only 3 volumes. April 17 2016
By Leaf - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
2 VOLUMES and I'm CRYING. I can't recall the last time I had so many feelings about a manga series and this was 2 volumes.

If you haven't picked this up JUST DO IT. I can't recommend this any higher to you. You're missing out.

"What are you hiding?

Fumi believess that she's "cursed" and leaves the Horikita house. But Kyutaro catches her mid escape and she apologizes. He constantly is plagued with the feeling that she might be Fuyu, who vanished in the void. And no one believes she existed.

He races after her and the most amazing scene ever plays out. If only YA love interests were like Kyutaro-he's not an ass. He's swoon-worthy, a gentleman, a little grumpy, but really he's tormented by Fuu's disappearance. And he believes Fumi is really Fuyu after certain events play out.

I just can't even. I loved every moment and yes, there's only one more volume. I don't understand how Motomi was able to make such a predictable story work so damn well. I adore the heroine. Fumi doesn't wilt in danger. She fights back and is smart. When things get tough, she does high tail it because she has flaws and isn't a Mary Sue. She's been tortured by the past and pretends she can get through another day.

Kyutaro knows that he's too obsessed with the ghost of Fuyu and comparing Fumi to her. He's rash and prickly, but he truly cares about Fumi. He's a true swoon-worthy guy who has opened up to Fumi and his expressions this volume...ugh actually, both he and Fumi have suffered way too much this volume. The darkness in this makes everything that much better.

I adore this and I can't wait for the final volume. Please check it out and let me know what you thought. I can't recommend this enough.

And we see the love interest's pov in this series.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9fd7c2ac) out of 5 stars A beautiful, but much deeper and complex manga than most are used to Feb. 4 2016
By shardinea - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
I had high hopes for this series in the beginning because of who it was authored by. Its nice to see that I wasn't disappointed. QQ Sweeper is probably one of the most original ideas I've ever seen for a story since Library Wars began. It's like a breath of fresh air. But in order to really like it, you need to check your pre-canned expectations at the cover. I can image that some people who are used to reading shonen manga like Bleach and Naruto would look at this series and go "really? A broom as a weapon?" To really get this series I think you need to kind of understand something. When the main character says "we don't use magic" and then proceeds to chant something, its not because he's lying. He doesn't exactly "fight" things. He seems to do the equivalent of praying, exorcizing, and purifying evil and negativity which takes the form of bugs. The broom is just a tool of his trade as he exorcises these evils from people's minds. Yes... I know that's complex, but you need to really wrap your head around that concept or you probably won't enjoy this series.

The story of this series takes a seemingly ordinary girl and plants her into this complex boy's world, and she thrives in it. More than that, this volume has proven to me once again that the author has an amazing love story planned. The main female character starts to become part of the family, and her past is revealed.

I can imagine this manga series won't be for everyone. The concept is quite a bit deeper than a lot of the other manga I've read in my life. But it does seem like it will take us on a truly incredible ride.
HASH(0x9fd7c408) out of 5 stars Really enjoyed this second volume Feb. 21 2016
By Nicola Mansfield - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Really enjoyed this second volume! The prince charming and cleaning temes are downplayed in this volume as the story arc gets started. We found out Fumi has a big problem and the story firmly sets itself in the paranormal as the Sweepers gather together to help Fumi find out who is after her. Fumi joins the group and does a sweeping with them to clear the mind of a boy from school who had attacked her. I really liked the paranormal aspect of this manga, with bugs as the bad guys, you can't go wrong with giving me the willies and I like that the sweepers help people in mental distress. The humour side is fun and this looks like it's going to be an excellent mix of paranormal romance. Can't wait for the next volume to see if it continues in the same vein.