Dengeki Daisy, Vol. 4

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Teru, a poor and kind irl, recently lost her older daughter, her only remaining relative. Before he died, he gave her a cell phone connecting her to a person he though would support her if ever he were unable to. As time passes she is greete on by text messages sent from this enigmatic person, known only as DAISY. But one day, through an unexpected incident as Teru begins working for the delinquent school janitor, Kurosaki, she begin to question DAISY 's identity. DAISY may be closer to Teru than she realises.
Year of the Publication
Available Languages
Isbn 13
9789792337358
Number of Pages
200
Original Title of the Book
電撃デイジー 4
Publication Date
Published October 11th 2009 by PT Gramedia, m&c! (first published January 26th 2009

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But eventuall she 's unwilling to keep pretending not to feel the truth.Teru also tries a new hairstyle and gets complimented by Kurosaki- not to mention later, when it 's raining outside and Teu is helping Kuroski with some janitorial chores, he 's practically drooling just from seeing her neck.

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Talk about being assertive! That said, I ha n't as keen to check it out, so it 's certainly a ba thing that someone did it for me or I ight no b given thi story a chance- the eason being that the cover art bugs me.

Before he died, Teru 's older brother left her a person that she can contact when she needs someone to talk to.

By talking to person electronically ( dengeki could probably be translated as electric), Teru finds the emotional support to help her through bullying and loneliness as she navigates high school life on her own.What follows is a sex romantic comedy that has some tragic undertones.

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We 're also introduced to new protagonis, nother admire of Terus' brother, who just happens to e the headmaster of Terus' school ( and seriously, what is up with his?

Students start receiving mysterious messages on their cell phones, from someone claiming to e the hacker daisy.

Some nice drawings of Kurosaki.

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She has to bring a happy medium and she does, by separating Daisy and Kurosaki in her head, pushing Daisy into the role of a substitute brother, thus making it harde to text him and keep everything straight in her mind.Needing to talk to someone, Teru confides in Haruka, an frien of hers, about the Daisy/Kurosaki situation, thus drawing them into a closer friendship.

Teru is afraid that if she lets Kurosaki know she knows that he is Daisy, that she could lose him, and she can ’ t bear that thought.

Teru is invited to a mixer, and she doesn ’ t need to sta, but her friends tell her to ask Kurosaki, so he ’ ll reveal himself and his true feelings in his response.

Teru talks about her brother with Daisy, and goes about the origin of the flowery pseudonym, assuming he will affirm her hypothesis that it has to do with being her favorite flower.

Teru knows this can ’ t be true, but who an be behind this, and why?

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