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Tomodachi, Nanoni – Friend, Yet

Alt Names: alt ともだち、なのに
Author: Hazuki Megumi
Artist: Hazuki Megumi
Genres: Oneshot OneshotRomance RomanceShoujo ShoujoSmut Smut
Type: Manga (Japanese)
Status: Complete
Description: "Last night, I lost my friend."
Sharp-tongued Sana and blunt Asa have been best friends since high school. They go drinking with each other, live next to each other and know each other better than anyone else. But a fateful summer night leaves their relationship irrevocably changed...
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Molto carino, semplice.

The flashback is confusing because the pages are out of order when compared to the RAW. It should read page 13, 23, 22, 14. All the other pages appear to be in order. 

Thanks for the release! That was a nice short one. I agree with the Purple Guy in that the flashback where a bit confusing, but you at the end could make sense of the whole story. It's a very human passion to feel in love of a friend.  

OMG that was so cute.


Yeah the flashbacks were sometimes confusing but I think the author really used those to their advantage to convey the characters emotional mindset. Wrapping up nicely to give you a happy warm feeling at the very end. I'm definitely glad I read it.

Aw, I liked it.  Nothing groundbreaking, but not completely cliche either.  I got a feel for the MC's personality and I thought the emotion was solid.  Sometimes the approach using flashbacks was almost confusing, but I thought it worked overall, giving a feeling of depth and time to their relationship.

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