[Novel]Blue scatters.

Literature total pnts rank Rank 1,428in 4,624 titlesTotal 3 / Deviation 49.82
Literature rank of 1982 Rank 12in 39 titles
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Man friend and belle amie over tennis club member Ryouhei Shiina and him in Redbrick. Full length novel that draws their School Ties and sorrow, makes sports of tennis literature for the first time, and calls full sympathy.
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Japan Released:1982
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2007/03/25 Best(+3 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
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In 1983, Ken Ishiguro, Yuri Notani, Koichi Sato, Maiko Kawakami and others,
It is a work that also became a TV drama (theme song is Seiko Matsuda 's "Aoi Photograph").

The story was that I fell in love with Natsuko who met at the university at first glance, to enter the new university where hero of the hero passed,
It begins with deciding to enroll.
Although it seems quite likable when looking only here, he worried about what to do with the future as the condition of his father is not good,
I could reasonably empathize such a place.
After entering school, I lost the passion of the man called Kaneko and made the tennis club together, and for the next 4 years,
I felt a very longing for the youth pattern set on this university.

I do not remember now which TV drama and this work were the first experiences, but when I touch this work,
It really sounded like a university life.
More than anything, it is good to be a newly established university.
Although it is Shohei who struggled to establish the tennis club for that reason, in the last person, the ability has a scene to fight with the other person than the original person originally,
Descriptions around that also remained in my mind.
In relation to Natsuko, it can not be said that it is a happy ending, but I think that this is also one form of youth.

By the way, I have a memory that the TV drama was quite funny, but I feel sorry that some parts were different from the original.
In that sense, it was not felt that it exceeded the original.