Boys Over Flowers, Vol. 8: Hana Yori Dango

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Viz, Oct 26, 2004 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 200 pages
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Just as Tsukushi thinks she can attend school unnoticed, the entire school starts bullying her and she finds herself in a love triangle with the two most popular boys, that's when the real trouble begins! Mysterious men have knocked out Tsukushi and her on-and-off boyfriend Tsukasa. The two awake to find themselves alone on a boat, a situation that reeks of the diabolical handiwork of Tuskasa's maniacal mother Kaede. Will the two of them survive this insane twist of fate?

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If the characters, writing and art are strong enough. - Goodreads
I abhor the artwork in the early volumes, however. - Goodreads
I like the pictures in this book. - Goodreads much drama @_@ i dont like the ending much - Goodreads
Basically, this is the main plot. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Lisa Collins (Lisa Likes Books) - Goodreads

3.5 or 4 stars. Not sure. Read full review

Review: Boys Over Flowers: Hana Yori Dango, Vol. 1 (Boys Over Flowers #1)

User Review  - Phoebe Andamo - Goodreads

"Tsukushi" means weed. When it gets stepped on or kicked, it stills springs back. It is very strong. That's the personality of Tsukushi Makino, a middle class student in an expensive private school ... Read full review


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About the author (2004)

Yoko Kamio was born on June 29, 1966 and made her manga debut in 1986 with HATACHINO MAMADE MATTEIRU (Waiting Until 20). Her works since include SUKI SUKI DAISUKI (I Really, Really Like You), and MARY-SAN NO HITSUJI (Mary's Lamb). Following its release, HANA YORI DANGO (Boys Over Flowers) broke sales records by becoming the first shojo manga series to sell over 35 million copies in Japan, making the series the best-selling shojo manga in Japan. The series went on to win the 1996 Shogakukan Comic Award in the Girls Preferred Division.