Reads R to L (Japanese Style), for audiences T An apartment in Italy. In four of the rooms live four single men with singular personalities. Into this peculiar menage steps an exchange student, the new tenant of the fifth room. Brought together by chance, friends by choice, they pursue their dreams together as the days drift gently by.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5Unique Manga with a Lot of Heart25 octobre 2011
Par activeAnime - Publié sur Amazon.com
La Quinta camera is a story about four men with four very different personalities living together in an apartment in Italy who occasionally rent out their spare room to foreign exchange students. There isn't a lot of action or drama in this book as it takes a look at the regular lives of everyday people who are helping and watching out for each other through their important life milestones. A series of exchange students move in and out of the fifth room throughout the story, allowing the core group of friends to constantly grow, evolve and celebrate together.
The style is extremely unique and doesn't use the typical art that's so popular in manga today. Simplistic and visually appealing, I felt that the style lent itself well to the context and environment of the story. While there wasn't much going on I still connected with the characters and truly enjoyed reading this and seeing how these people went about their daily lives was surprisingly entertaining and heartfelt. Natsume Ono also adds quite a bit of information regarding Italian customs and language through the four main characters explaining them to their foreign guests. I really liked the striking differences in storytelling and art that La Quinta Camera offered, it was a nice change of pace from your ordinary manga titles.
IN SUMMARY: La Quinta Camera is a slice of life manga filled with interesting characters, unique art and a lot of heart.
5.0 étoiles sur 5Love!19 septembre 2012
Par April Y. - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I love this book. It was a series of really cute slice of life stories and the inside was all printed in brown ink so it gave the overall comic a much softer feel. Highly recommend!
5.0 étoiles sur 5La Quinta Camera21 mai 2012
Par Oliver Twist - Publié sur Amazon.com
The book was in wonderful condition, no signs of damage or any worn whatsoever. The book itself has now become a personal favorite of mine, and I often find myself flipping through it; It is a simple story, but contains pleasant twists.