Never seen this writing style before
Our story begins with two perspectives of the same event: Two people with a mysterious past, one of which remembers none of it.
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I was instantly taken in by Nana's unique writing style. We are immediately immersed into the thoughts of these two individuals, who clearly have feelings for one another, and I could really feel the confusion in Mei's thoughts, conflicted and frustrated that she was only remembering bits and pieces. As we continue reading, we realize that there is a lot more than meets the eye when it comes to these two, and everyone else around them.
I was a little confused at first, but from what I can tell it felt like the first few chapters (they were very short, like a snippet out of the day or a slice of the day) were more like passing memories, very quick insight into the two mains. I liked that we got more detail as the story continued, and we learnt about Mio's family life, and that not everything was "sunflowers and dandelions." I often felt like Mei subconsciously knew who she was before the accident, but she's also somewhat changed (other than the memory loss) and I felt like Nana did a great job portraying that.
One of my favorite things about this story was the imagery and the unique story-telling. I've really never seen this writing style before, and it gave such an interesting perspective on how both of the main characters thought of not only each other, but their friends and family, too. Nana did such a great job making it believable, and I felt like it flowed very well. ,
I would recommend this to anyone interested in a story with romance that builds itself up, with just enough mystery to keep you questioning what's going on.