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In this follow up to My Lesbian Experience with Loneliness, the author struggles to break loose from her family's house and establish some sort of independence. Nagata's sometimes frenzied lines capture the internal stress of depression and loneliness and how they can take over your world. An important look at depression and the role of self-esteem that is both honest and accessible.
Marika— From My Solo Exchange Diary
This sequel to the viral sensation My Lesbian Experience with Loneliness was also named one of Amazon’s best graphic novels for 2018!
Struggling with the idea of living alone and adjusting to the effects of her previous book’s success, this follow-up to the award-winning autobiographical comic continues the author’s quest for self-acceptance and love.
Named one of Amazon’s best graphic novels of 2018!
"Continuing on where My Lesbian Experience left off, this new installment follows the author-artist through a new chapter in her life as she exposes herself through words and pictures to those closest to her. Awkward and wholly authentic, it is visually stunning, translating the nuance of emotion into heartbreaking graphics that tackle tough subject matter such as anxiety, substance use, self-esteem, female sexuality, and coming out all set against the backdrop of long standing societal and familial pressures." – Teen Vogue
"...fans will be eager to check in on Kabi and cheer for her floundering movements toward happiness." – Publishers Weekly
"She may not realize it, but manga author Nagata Kabi is a voice for this generation." – Boston Bastard Brigade
"I will not type that this genre of visually exaggerated autobiographical comic is new, but instead that I haven't seen it expressed this way before. The scale is a single family and Ms. Kabi uses that claustrophobic scale to show how devastating the disapproval of the family unit can be." – The Matador Review
"...readers who devoured My Lesbian Experience with Loneliness need to pick up this volume, if for no other reason than to know that happiness is a never-ending battle for many, but there are always reasons to keep putting up the good fight." – Anime News Network