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Library Wars: Love & War, Vol. 7 by Kiiro…

Library Wars: Love & War, Vol. 7

by Kiiro Yumi, Hiro Arikawa (Creator)

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For whatever reason, I reviewed this one after 8... oops. Anyway, I enjoyed seeing more of Tezuka's brother, and loved the tension and scheming in this one! Full of drama, both between family and friends! As always, I really enjoyed the art, characters, and writing in this one, and it's always a pleasure to get to know the author a bit in the side bars throughout! ( )
  Shadow494 | Feb 1, 2018 |
Reason for Reading: Next in the series.

This volume has a bit of a shaky transition from the last volume. It pretty much starts right in with a new mini story arc which is dealt with from beginning to end within this one volume. However this story arc paves the way for a new plotline involving a book burning and someone (or group of someones) out to get not only the Library Forces but Kasahara in particular. I said for the last volume, I wanted to get back to the sci-fi story and am happy that this volume mostly concentrates on the Library Force and its opposition but this time it seems to be coming from within the Library System. As far as romance goes Kasahara and Dojo take a backseat in this volume to Shibazaki and Asahina's budding romance, along with Marie and Mikihisa's. K &D do, however have some close, touching moments that bring them closer together while at the same time continuing their usual bickering, though it is not as mean-spirited this time around. A good entry in the series and the plot line started with this volume is interesting and will continue on.
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  ElizaJane | Mar 13, 2012 |
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"Hikaru's big brother is working for the enemy, and he wants to reunited with Hikaru. Meanwhile, someone is posting negative reviews on the library's website, and Kasahara intends to find out who. Later, personal issues are set aside when the Library Forces find out about a book burning on their home turf!" -- p. [4] of cover.… (more)

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