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Fruits Basket, Vol. 4 (original 2000; edition 2004)

by Natsuki Takaya

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Title:Fruits Basket, Vol. 4
Authors:Natsuki Takaya
Info:Tokyopop (2004), Edition: Bottom Edge of Book Damaged, Paperback, 216 pages
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With the introduction of Ayame, the heartbreaking story of Momiji, and the meeting of Akito and Tohru, volume 4 keeps up the fun of Fruits Basket and doesn't disappoint. ( )
  BrynDahlquis | Dec 18, 2011 |
A lot of the humour in this one was lost of me, with there being a detraction from the storyline somewhat to focus on an overspill of jokes surrounding the rather tiresome character of Ayame. Still, the stuff surrounding the character Momiji was very moving, and reeled me back in towards the end. ( )
  kezumi | Jun 5, 2010 |
Fruits Basket, volume 4 begins with a new year at school and the addition of Haru and Momiji as first years at Yuki, Kyo and Tohru’s high school. Akito, the abusive, frightening, mercurial head of the Sohma family visits the school, specifically to see Tohru. He tries to come off as being kind, but it’s even scarier than when he’s his normal evil self.

Tohru is meets another Sohma in a shocking way when Yuki’s older brother, Ayame, crawls into her clothing in his snake form. Ayame’s visit is an attempt to get closer to his brother, but Yuki seems to dislike and resent him. Ayame’s visit also brings a reunion of the Madubachi Trio (The nickname of Shigure, Hatori and Ayame as a group in high school) and stories of their escapades when they were in school.

Click for full review: http://thekoolaidmom.wordpress.com/2009/10/19/fruits-basket-volume-3-and-4-by-na... ( )
  thekoolaidmom | Oct 22, 2009 |
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An orphaned high school freshman who lives with a family possessed by the spirits of the Chinese zodiac is grateful for their generosity, but the longer she lives with them, the more they realize what a blessing she is, as well.

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