Very recently, I finished the manga Kitchen Princess by Natsumi Ando. I read all ten volumes in a time frame of way less than twenty-four hours. I was just captured into it. One of my friends, who doesn’t really like shojo, even recommended this for me, and this manga is just shojo-y. That probably isn’t a real thing, but let’s just go with it. I would recommend this to practically everyone, if they love shojo as much as I did. And yes, there is a much of talk about recipes, because the protagonist is an amazing cook. But the cool thing is that there are recipes for everything made at the end of each volume. I definitely want to try some of those. I’m getting hungry just thinking about it. I would watch it, if only it was made into one.
Have any manga to recommend to me? Please tell me. I’m always looking for more. It even doesn’t have to be shojo. 😉
Recently, I have finished the amazing manga called Death Note by Tsugumi Ohba. I will admit that is has been the first non-shoujo manga that I have ever read, but I was not disappointed. The plot was intense from the very first chapter. The characters were amazing, and the plot twists were twisty. Half of what happened I could have never have imagined happening, but it did. And the ending. What is there to say about the ending except that it was game changing. If you are looking for a manga to read or to re-read, I would highly recommend this one. This was one where I could not stop thinking about during the long process of reading this. It did get dark at times, but it wasn’t too dark or gory that it was distracting. I would rate the entire series five stars out of five stars.
Although the next manga I read will probably be a shoujo (I love my shoujos), I am always looking for new mangas to read, or even an anime to watch. If you want me to review it, just leave it in the comments below.