ichigo takano

Teenage Love, Teenage Death: Should You Be Reading 'Orange'?
Teenage Love, Teenage Death: Should You Be Reading 'Orange'?
Ichigo Takano's Orange takes divergent timelines, suicidal ideation, coming of age, and the struggles to communicate oneself cleanly in even the most dedicated friendship systems, and wraps them all up seamlessly in a sweet, compassionate teenage romance. It sounds impossible, offensive, even farcical, but that's why you need to read it. It has to be experienced to be believed. Orange ends its run this month, so get it while it's still hot.