Limited Lovers

Please don’t be fooled by the title or make prejudgments because it sounds so lousy. This tear-breaker shoujo by mangaka Yamada Keiko is the very first manga that made me cry.

Limited Lovers, unlike any other manga I’ve read has a very strong plot, and other shoujos absolutely fade in comparison. On the other hand, just like any other shoujos this one is definitely full of idealism. But you would absolutely forget about that as every chapter is carefully painted by painful struggles, and is gently stitched by unwavering hopes and faiths.

About the Author Agnes Embile Jimenez


Agnes likes to think that she's a full-time BUM. She's currently doing the things she loves while maintaining a frugal lifestyle. This blog is all about her struggles to live a frugal life, her quest to see the world via budget traveling, and her love to share to other people (via blogging) everything that she is passionate about.

Agnes does not absolutely conform to any beliefs or philosophies. Though she's writing about frugal living and is currently embracing the minimalist lifestyle, she doesn't want to define her existence based on these realities alone. For her, life is too diverse, too colorful, too mysterious. It would be a waste of experience (and time) to imprison herself to a few sets of ideas. Google+ | Twitter

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Agnes likes to think that she's a full-time BUM. She's currently doing the things she loves while maintaining a frugal lifestyle. This blog is all about her struggles to live a frugal life, her quest to see the world via budget traveling, and her love to share to other people (via blogging) everything that she is passionate about.

Agnes does not absolutely conform to any beliefs or philosophies. Though she's writing about frugal living and is currently embracing the minimalist lifestyle, she doesn't want to define her existence based on these realities alone. For her, life is too diverse, too colorful, too mysterious. It would be a waste of experience (and time) to imprison herself to a few sets of ideas. Google+ | Twitter

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