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The author of the book: Kyousuke Motomi
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Date of issue: 2011
Read full description of the books Мобильная маргаритка, том 1:Review of November 2, 2014, on volume 1
It's been 3 years, Theresa of 2011, who was very obsessed with Dengeki Daisy.
And my beautiful, fabulous public library now brings me the fabulousness that resides in Dengeki Daisy. So now I have access to actual book version, not just mangafox.
And I will just say . . . that this manga is not bad. But what I used to think was just a guardian watching over his friend's little sister in secret is so much more than that. This guy is a hacker. He looks good to the main character but is a bad guy when other people look at him.
THIS IS SO MUCH MORE.
To add to the interestingness, we know who Daisy is, but Teru doesn't. This is that kind of book where we know more than the main character and the entire time, we're like, "YOU DORK, THE ANSWER IS RIGHT IN FRONT OF YOUR NOSE!" when the answers are right in front of our noses.
There are a few weird things about Dengeki Daisy that I'll put forward (and that will also make 2011 Theresa mad because she was indeed obsessed with this manga).
Isn't . . . Isn't Kurosaki . . . . . . (*whispers) An adult?
Isn't he . . . a BAD INFLUENCE (CIGARETTES ARE BAD FOR YOU!)
Isn't . . . he--
Okay, I can't do this. I really like Kurosaki.
I can't just slander him because of societies views on things. I THINK KUROSAKI IS A GREAT CHARACTER. And how he's so protective of Teru is . . . . it's very romantic.
Just ignore the fact of the gigantic age gap between the two. Age shouldn't matter anyway.
But yes. I'm dying for the two to kiss ENGAGE IN A ROMANTIC MAKEOUT SESSION.
Readers are obsessed with this book because of the romantic romance. And that scary cliffhanger at the end.
Fear not, Theresa, I have volume 2 on hand!
Review of October 25, 2011, on the entire series as a whole. (4 stars)
I was just chilling on Mangafox responding to my mangafox friends' messages on my page, and I asked almost every single one of them "What manga do you recommend? I'm looking for some new reads."
Their lists went on and on, but one particular title that kept appearing on my friends' lists was "Dengeki Daisy".
So a few days ago while procrastinating on my school work, I looked this title up. I bookmarked it and promised myself "ONE chapter only. Then I have to go study."
My mind changed after I read the first chapter.
I kept going through chapters without leaving my seat--at least until I was finished with volume one. And so now, I bring you to my review of what I thought about Dengeki Daisy.
IT WAS......ASFISDFLJAHSFJD (<--so amazing that real english words cannot describe).
My rating is 4.5120496.
I LOVE this series. I LOVE IT.
This series is about a 16-year-old girl named Teru who has a cell phone given to her by her older brother before he passed away. Her older brother tells Teru that when he's no longer around to protect her, she can use the cell phone to email DAISY--someone that will take his place in protecting and watching over her.
Teru does not know DAISY's identity. She does not know what he looks like or how old he is. But she cherishes him and his emails.
One day, while protecting her best friend from getting bullied, she accidentally breaks a window. She can't afford to pay for the damage, so the janitor, Tasuku Kurosaki, makes Teru his slave in order to pay him back for the broken window.
While she deals with Kurosaki even more often this way, she learns that DAISY is actually a lot closer than she thinks.
The plot of this manga is scary the way it's really similar to the situation of my own best friend. (She emails this guy and she doesn't know what he looks like, but they're currently in love with each other. How often do you have a best friend with a situation like that?)
The situations have a lot of differences, but I have to say that THIS MANGA IS DEFINITELY ORIGINAL. It doesn't use cliches like vampires.
PLUS, it's funny! I love anything that's capable of making me laugh!
And I love the art. I love having crushes on cartoon characters (in this case...I am a Kurosaki fangirl).
The reason why it didn't get a perfect five stars was because of a few peculiar flaws in the plot. At a few times, it did seem to drag on just a little--but it was still pretty akdfjalisnfgllama (<--so awesome that real english words cannot describe).
Dengeki Daisy is beautiful, adorable, hilarious, suspenseful, and it makes me procrastinate on my homework. I call this story a "blind love" story because even though Teru doesn't know the identity of DAISY, she loves him even more than how someone would love a lover.
I really wish I could understand what it's like to love someone like that. This way, you only love them for their personality and not their looks.
Somehow, I think that if you fall in love with their personality before you see the way they look, I don't think you would care for their looks when you do find out about them.
Anyway, I recommend this to those in search for an ORIGINAL shoujo manga story!!
P.S. I think manga plots are better than most american novel plots. Novels seem to be way melodramatic.
The romance in certain manga seem realistic.
Read information about the authorKyousuke Motomi (最富 キョウスケ Motomi Kyōsuke) is a Japanese mangaka whose stories have frequently been published in the monthly Betsucomi magazine. She is most currently working on Dengeki Daisy.
She uses a male pseudonym and draws herself as a man, but she's actually female."If my stories can touch you, make you laugh, forget unhappy things, or even give you that 'good job' feeling, then I'll be super, super happy!" - Kyousuke Motomi
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