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Strobe Edge, Vol. 8 by [Sakisaka, Io]
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Ren opens up to Ninako, and her feelings for him escalate to the point where she wants to risk everything to become his girlfriend. But when she realizes that doing so might jeopardize Ren’s friendship with Ando, will she go through with it?

About the Author

Born on June 8, Io Sakisaka made her debut as a manga creator with Sakura, Chiru. Her works include Call My Name, Gate of Planet, and Blue. Her current series, Ao Haru Ride, is currently running in Bessatsu Margaret magazine. In her spare time, Sakisaka likes to paint things and sleep.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 120571 KB
  • Print Length: 184 pages
  • Publisher: VIZ Media: Shojo Beat (Jan. 7 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00HFF798Y
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9d2afc84) out of 5 stars 2 reviews
HASH(0x9c9c1ed0) out of 5 stars So, so good Sept. 17 2014
By Jude - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
~4.5/5

[More of my reviews are available on my blog, Geeky Reading, to which there's a link on my profile.]

This is a fantastic series, really. I’m pretty sure it’s one of my favorites at this point, and one that I could re-read really easily (and have, for some scenes, already). I’m going to try to keep my fangirling to a smaller amount than previously, though. To read more fangirling, check out my previous reviews.

There a lot of decisions made in this volume, for a few characters. Ninako decides to do something, then is influenced not to. Ren decides to go for it. Ninako talks to Ando, and I feel so bad for the poor guy. He’s so sweet, but he’s just not it for Ninako, sadly.

I’m really enjoying the moments between Ninako and Ren. There’s a lot of eye-gazing between them. It’s sweet, and simmering, and so obvious that something is going to happen soon… I can’t wait. Plus, I’m thinking Ren might actually do something soon, and that’ll be exciting. Oh, and seeing Ren be more clumsy around Ninako is really funny, but also really good for the relationship; it’s letting her get to know a deeper part of him.

There’s some talk of Ren and Ando’s relationship in this volume. It’s obvious that there’s some distance between them, and I do think they need to talk, get back to being closer friends. But I do still think they’re kind of best friends. They get along so well, even if they do fight and compete. They’re really open with each other. And I think that, whatever happens at the end, they’re going to work it out.

Ninako also meets a new character in this volume, Toda. He doesn’t really have much to do with the mess that Ninako’s going through, and so he plays a really good part for her, someone for her to confide in. And I liked seeing him encourage and help her, and freak out when she cries. (But I just find it hilarious/adorable when a girl cries, and any guy around her freak out.) She really needed someone to push her to do what she needed, and she’s still conflicted, but she’s maturing over her issues. I like that.

The girl from Ren and Ando’s past is messing stuff up. I don’t really like her at this point, but I’m mostly waiting to see what she’s really up to, and what her reasoning is. Right now, she’s just ruining everything.

Once again, this was a great volume. I’m loving this series. And I’m really excited to read the next one, see what all the misconceptions lead to.
HASH(0x9d0125b8) out of 5 stars at the end March 4 2014
By Kamaria Lewis - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
i was so mad when i finished because nine wasn't out yet so now i have to wait forever but soon i'll read nine and find out what happens in this love triangle