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Nana Vol. 20: Nana, Volume 20

Nana Volume 20

Nana, Volume 20
Ren's drug use is spiraling out of control and he doesn't want to drag Trapnest down with him. Neither Takumi nor Reira are willing to let Ren quit the band, and both do their best to give him the time he needs to get it together. But Ren isn't sure this is something he can handle on his own. Will he turn to Nana for help, or will their strained relationship make him try to face his demons alone?
Ai Yazawa
175 Pages
$6.99

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Nana Vol. 21: Nana, Volume 21

Nana, Volume 21

Nana Vol. 21

Tragedy strikes as the Search Weekly team takes their snooping too far! Hounded to the limit by remorseless reporters, Ren spins his car off the icy road in a horrible accident that will change the course of everyone's future...
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