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Satoko And Nada Manga Volume 2

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SKU: 9781626929852

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About Satoko And Nada Manga Volume 2

Satoko And Nada Manga Volume 2 features story and art by Yupechika, supervised by Marie Nishimori.

From the nuances of American culture to the Islam practiced by her own roommate, Satoko’s first time living abroad is full of surprises. A charming 4-panel comic about the cultural exchange between two roomies!

Details

  • Publisher: SEVEN SEAS
  • Media: Manga
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Themes: Slice of Life
  • Age Rating: 13+
  • Release Date: 6/25/2019
  • Page Count: 128
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Written Language: English

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Beautiful Story!

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Ah, I love these two ladies so much!

While I enjoyed volume one, I LOVED volume two! You learn a lot more about both these lady’s upbringing and/or culture and found it very fascinating. I think the most fascinating thing I learned was how anime was handled and/or chanced in Saudi Arabi. :o :o :o I didn't expect that! Also, I had to laugh when Kevin shared what he wanted to do if he lived in Japan and went to high school there because I felt the exact same way! LOL!!

I appreciated the few "chapters" on voting and women's rights. I second Satoko that being able to vote is a treasure and that people should vote wherever they are (even if living abroad).

I continue to love this series and really excited to read the next volume! In many ways, I think this is almost like an "educational" manga in how much we learn about Nada's home land as well as her culture. It's been interesting (and fun!) to learn new things! (Also, Satoko's backstory pulled at my heart strings!)