Othello, Volume 2

Othello Volume WAIT WHILE I CHANGE INTO SOMEONE MORE COMFORTABLEShy Yaya spends her time in awkward conversations with her handsome classmate guitarist Moriyama dressing up with fellow fans of the rock group Juliet

  • Title: Othello, Volume 2
  • Author: Satomi Ikezawa William Flanagan
  • ISBN: 9780345479488
  • Page: 260
  • Format: Paperback
  • WAIT WHILE I CHANGE INTO SOMEONE MORE COMFORTABLEShy Yaya spends her time in awkward conversations with her handsome classmate, guitarist Moriyama dressing up with fellow fans of the rock group Juliet and avoiding her bitter, sadistic ex friends But whenever Yaya bumps her head or looks into a mirror, she changes into her other personality boisterous, tough as nails NanWAIT WHILE I CHANGE INTO SOMEONE MORE COMFORTABLEShy Yaya spends her time in awkward conversations with her handsome classmate, guitarist Moriyama dressing up with fellow fans of the rock group Juliet and avoiding her bitter, sadistic ex friends But whenever Yaya bumps her head or looks into a mirror, she changes into her other personality boisterous, tough as nails Nana, who punishes the guilty and belts out Led Zeppelin tunes Now Moriyama s mysterious adult friend, Sh hei, sets his sights on Nana He is rud to have close ties to the music industry, but instead harbors a secret agenda.

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      Published :2019-05-19T07:34:59+00:00

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    120 thoughts on “Othello, Volume 2”

    1. In this one she starts to transform more and people start to notice. Strange how no one seems to recognise her as Nana but really enjoying the series.


    2. Have you ever been that girl who is tired of being pushed around, bullied, or taken advantage of because you are too nice and don't stand up for yourself as much as you should?Then take a lesson from Nana! When things become overwhelming for timid and meek Yaya, Yaya transforms into her alter ego Nana. Taking on a punk rock persona, Nana is a girl who stands up for Yaya and kicks some butt in the process!Summary of Volume 2:In this volume Yaya is transforming into Nana more frequently in order t [...]


    3. Quiet sweet Yaya puts up with bullies for friends, surviving the school week just to make it to Sunday when she can go to Harajuku and cosplay with her true friends - fans of her favourite band Juliet. Yaya can't stand up for herself, but hidden inside Yaya, ready to come out when the stress is too much (and a catalyst like a bump to the head or a look at her reflection) is Nana. Nana is brave and strong and serves justice to those who prey on Yaya. Nana's 'justice' tends to make Yaya's false fr [...]


    4. Things continue to unravel for Yaya as her splits into Nana come more frequently and start to become more obvious to those around her. Placed into a class with her wanna-be-love and her two "friends" that really aren't, Yaya's life gets harder and harder--and Nana comes more to the foreNana is the person we'd all like to be but can't, made all the more outlandish by being housed in a girl who's more repressed than most. The change is stark, and I'm happy to see the pretense of her not being the [...]


    5. Definitely more enjoyable than the first book, the story of Yaya/Nana continues and becomes even more enticing. We finally figure out how Yaya/Nana's split personality works, some relationships come to an end while some are just beginning, and the cliffhanger is even more compelling. Still not OVERLY impressed, though I will definitely continue to read. I do not plan to add this to my collection, though. Not yet anyway.


    6. Yaya returns as a shy student plagued by mysterious blackout episodes where her alter ego Nana appears and causes chaos. I'm just not sure how I feel about this series, with the split personality psychological trauma stuff. Will no one seek help for poor Yaya? Will yet another personality appear someday? No one seems to notice she is suffering. It's a bit disturbing.



    7. I still can't believe most people don't think Yaya and Nana are the same person. Really no one looks that much alike.



    8. why doesn't yaya ever notice a new hole in her belly button? i think that would have would come up at some time right? or did it magically heal itself?



    9. Awesome series with a great storyline. I love the art in this one. The main character is so lovable. I love the whole psych twist to it. I never got to finish, but I would really like to.



    10. Yaya is slowly coming to realize that there's someone else living in her body. There are also some scenes where she's supposed to be rocking on stage. This would make a fun anime or live-action.



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