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Nana Vol. 16: Nana, Volume 16

Nana Volume 16

Nana, Volume 16
Blast is at the top of the charts, and the band is making all kinds of P.R. appearances. Nana just wants to sing though, and all the marketing is starting to wear on her. A party planned for the loyal fans might be just what she needs to cheer her up. But there are secrets about her past lurking in Osaka, and the magazine Search Weekly is determined to bring them to light!
Ai Yazawa
260 Pages
$6.99

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Ever since she got engaged to Takumi and moved out of apartment 707, Hachi has felt like she's slipping out of Nana's life. When the tabloids start digging up Nana's troubled family history, Hachi tries to step in and take care of things. But the price for bringing down Blast keeps going up. Will Hachi's good intentions just make things worse?!
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