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Romance and happiness blossoms at the Happy Cafe! Uru takes her mother's remarriage as an opportunity to work part time at the Happy Cafe. There, she befriends Ichirou and Shindou, two of the most unsociable guys she's ever met! To make matters worse, it turns out that Uru is not exactly meant for the waitressing world, as she's a huge clutz. But as this hilarious shojo tale unfolds, true happiness - and even true love - lurk just around the corner.
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ISBN-10:  1427817308
ISBN-13:  978-1427817303
Author:  Kou Matsuzuki
Publisher:  TokyoPop
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review by . April 30, 2010
"Happy CafĂ©" is a lot what "Twilight" would be if it was about cooking instead of vampires. And no, that's not the complaint it likely sounds like I just made. Not that I want to give much credit to Stephanie Meyer's poorly written and executed vampire series, but in concept it was working with a formula that was historically sound and provided room for lots of conflicts. The fact that Meyer didn't make the conflicts as interesting as they could be doesn't mean these same conflicts can't be explored …
review by . February 17, 2010
Happy Cafe is a fluffy, light-hearted romantic comedy. The series is generally mellow, with the insecurities of the three main characters providing equal parts angst and sweetness. The three main characters are well developed with fun idiosyncrasies and a bit more depth than your typical shoujo manga, which is what makes this series stand out. Uru, the female protagonist, also has a bit more spine than your typical shoujo manga heroine and the focus on happiness (rather than romance) leads to stories …
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