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Afterschool Charisma, Volume 8 by Kumiko…

Afterschool Charisma, Volume 8

by Kumiko Suekane

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In this volume, chapters 43-48, Shiro comes to some important realizations about trust and friendship. It's good to see him growing as a character. I, like his "father" have faith that he will be able to make a difference and change the state of things. And it's nice to see the man behind the disaster scenes given his just desserts. Something I like about this series is the twists that come in each volume. I never know what is going to come next. It keeps the suspense up and hooks me into wanting to read more for sure. The great artwork helps in that manner as well. I do recommend this series. ( )
  Kassilem | Jan 15, 2015 |
The saga of the St. Kleio clones continues, as Shiro makes a break for freedom in the real world and the clones come to question whether they are truly reincarnations of their originals.
  LibraryGirl11 | Mar 25, 2014 |
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"A Buddhist monk of the Rinzai school in the middle Muromachi period, Sojun was rumored to be the illegitimate son of Emperor Go-Komatsu. After leaving home in 1399 to enter the Ankoku-ji temple, in 1410 he became the student of an abbot called Ken'o at Saikin-ji temple. There he was given the name 'Sojun.' He was known for his poetry, comical tanka poems, calligraphic works, and eccentricities. Many stories of Sojun's legendary wit were composed after his death."--Publisher's web site.… (more)

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