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Library Wars: Love & War, Vol. 13

by Kiiro Yumi

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Between mediocre romance, big think-y s-f and absolutely brutal thrillers, I was having a little burnout and needed something light and enjoyable. Not that Library Wars never raises important questions about censorship and government regulation, but it's got a lot of sweet romance going on as well. Volume 12 sees Kasahara and Dojo growing closer (it's about time), but also introduces a new story arc about author Kurato Toma, who has been banned from writing after a terrorist attack mimics one in one of his novels. Toma's story is mostly resolved here in this volume, but there are repercussions that I am sure will be felt for a while to come. It's starting to feel, though, as if the series may be drawing to a close. If that's the case, I will certainly be sad to see it go. It's one of my favorite manga series and I can always count on it when I need a palate cleanser between weightier fare. ( )
  BillieBook | Mar 1, 2016 |
I love this series! This volume brings back the excitement of the "War" part of the title and a lot of the plot centres around the author they have been protecting. I like that as it's one of the reasons I got into the series in the first place. Dojo and Kasahara don't get any closer in this volume frustratingly enough. Kasahara spends her time agonizing over what he will say when she comes right out and tells him she likes him. So no kiss, but there is an amazing scene where she punches him in the face! LOL! Loved the volume. Now onto #14. ( )
  ElizaJane | Oct 20, 2015 |
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In the near future, the federal government creates a committee to rid society of books it deems unsuitable. The libraries vow to protect their collections, and with the help of local governments, form a military group to defend themselves--the Library Forces! The Media Betterment Committee has silenced a famous writer, and Library Forces member Iku Kasahara and her supervisor and secret crush, Dojo, must fight to protect his right to speak...and live! As the Library Forces wage a fierce battle against censorship, Iku and Dojo's burgeoning relationship provides the team with a welcome distraction, and--unfortunately for them--some comic relief!… (more)

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