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Sugar Princess: Skating To Win, Vol. 2 by [Nakajo, Hisaya]
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Final Volume!

With a new owner threatening to close down their skating rink, Maya and Shun team up for a pairs skating competition in a bid to save the place. Can Maya and Shun get their act together and skate well enough to come out on top?

About the Author

Hisaya Nakajo's manga series Hanazakari no Kimitachi he (For You in Full Blossom, casually known as Hana-Kimi) has been a hit since it first appeared in 1997 in the shojo manga magazine Hana to Yume (Flowers and Dreams). In Japan, a Hana-Kimi art book and several "drama CDs" have been released. Her other manga series include Missing Piece (two volumes) and Yumemiru Happa (The Dreaming Leaf, one volume).

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 130703 KB
  • Print Length: 216 pages
  • Publisher: VIZ Media: Shojo Beat (Sept. 17 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0xa2a99288) out of 5 stars 2 reviews
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa35820b4) out of 5 stars Sugar Princess rocks! Jan. 31 2010
By Revelation 22:7 - Published on
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
It was a really good book and I enjoyed reading about the skating competition. The costumes were really cool looking and I liked the grace of the skaters. The relationship between the main characters was really sweet.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa3583e7c) out of 5 stars Cute but rather boring April 16 2009
By H. Reed - Published on
Format: Paperback
I became interested in this series when I learned it was by the same author as Hana-Kimi. I was a little turned off by the artwork since Hana-Kimi has such cute and kawaii looking characters. Sugar Princess looks awkard since so many of the characters seen to have no forehead and eyes so far apart they might as well be on the sides of the heads. But I figured since I like Hana-kimi, then surely this one will be cute too. Well, it is but it certainly lacks some tension. The story is rated A for all ages and aside from one scene where the main character Maaya walks into the bathroom when Shun is changing and sees him naked (awkward for him, not so much for her since she has a younger brother), the story is very G rated. The first volume led up to the second one nicely. However, because there are only two volumes, that makes for a very rushed story. You never really get a reason for why Shun has refused to skate pairs even after his sister died. Did he think no one could replace her? Did he just not want the hassel of training with someone new? What made him decide to work with Maaya? What were their feelings for each other? Friendship? More? What? Even the tension of them skating to save the ice skating rink from closing was lacking. There was so much that could have been done with this serious but wasn't. I haven't finished Hana-kimi yet but from what I've heard about it's ending, Ms. Nakajo seems to have a problem with her endings in that they leave more disappointments than pleasure. Perhaps one more volume to this serious would have been a good thing since the ending was very rushed and you are left feeling like you missed something. I know I'll read something by this author again but I know I'll be going into the series with the foreknowledge of her ending troubles. So, Sugar Princess is a cute story but just know that it's not as great as some manga out there.