Dipping my toes into the sea of manga: Kimi ni todoke 14 by Karuho Shiina
This title was nominated for Cybils, otherwise it's not one that I would have picked up on my own. I can't say I really enjoyed it. I understand the premise - I double-checked the plot online so I would understand what's going on - but I found it boring. The whole thing seemed to be exclamations and random dialogue and all the characters looked the same. It might have been clearer if I'd started with the first volume, but no way was I going to read 13 extra volumes of this.