Library Wars: Love & War, Vol. 6

  • Title: Library Wars: Love & War, Vol. 6
  • Author: SeanMcCoy Kiiro Yumi Hiro Arikawa Kinami Watabe
  • ISBN: 9781421539775
  • Page: 493
  • Format: Paperback
  • Library Wars Love War Vol 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
    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 It s Valentine s Day, and Iku s hopes are dashed when Dojo, the guy she s been crushing on and who s her Library FoIn 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 It s Valentine s Day, and Iku s hopes are dashed when Dojo, the guy she s been crushing on and who s her Library Force superior receives an elegant box of chocolates from another woman Romantic intrigue strikes the whole team as Shibazaki meets a would be suitor and confides in Iku about her tortured love life And it seems that Hikaru is being followed by someone from his past

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    1. Hmm I think Tezuka and Shibazaki are going to get together XD

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    2. I love this series. It's so funny and sweet, it makes me happy to read it. In this volume, more hijinks with Kasahara and Dojo, backstory about Shibazaki, and we meet Hikaru's brother. Also, the Library Defense Force has to protect a banned magazine, but is divided about whether to make it available to the public.

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    3. This series just keep getting better and better!

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    4. Iku and her superior, Dojo work in the Library Forces, protecting the written word from the government! It's Valentine's Day and much to Iku's shock a girl gifts Dojo with an elegant box of chocolates, what?! Shibazaki goes on a date and confides some of her back history after her suitor tells her something shocking! And Hikaru is about to meet a face from his pasthis big brother!The main problem with this series is that it is terribly expected. Events continue to grind forward slowly and just l [...]

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    5. Reason for Reading: next in the series.Volume six mostly continues on in an expected manner. Iku and Dojo are continuing there quarrelsome infighting with each other which is starting to get on my nerves; I know it is the whole point of these types of relationships but I'd really like to see them become honest with each other soon. Iku isn't hiding her feelings any more but Dojo still is and his rudeness has gone up a level in this volume with his anger fits at Iku and his constant use of the na [...]

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    6. coming sept. 6th, 2011!!i hope that date's right! well, that or earlier lol.

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    7. This volume has a Valentine's AND a hot springs story. I am in sparkly shojo heaven.

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    8. Of course its a valentine's day story. This was cute. Interesting but good. Another good volume.

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    9. Now we move on to Shibazaki. Again, I appreciate the balancing of the plot that is now allowing the reader to learn more about supporting characters, without sacrificing the main characters and relationships for even a single volume. The focus will now move onto Tezuka and his mysterious, and likely very influential, older brother. The political intrigue continues to grow as well, and the new head librarian will need further evaluation before I can tell if he meant for his opinion to be interpre [...]

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    10. I really enjoyed this one. There were a lot of cute/funny moments between Dojo and Kasahara, and I loved how the side characters reacted to each event! A lot more light-hearted that the last few, but that was a nice change. This series has been pretty balanced between serious and silly, and I'm pleased with it so far!

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    11. Shibazaki! Chocolate! Shibazaki!

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    12. Haha! Catching bank robbers at a hot spring!

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    13. 5/5One of my favourite mangas! Love the plot love the characters!

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    14. 4 stars for feelsgood points. like Shibazaki's background story a lot. Gave an in-depth view which was nice. Also liked Valentine's day story.

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    15. I dozed off half way through this one. it's getting to silly to hold my interest. I'm going to keep with the series as long as I can.

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    16. "So why did I open up like that? As if I had total faith in Kasahara, letting her see me be vulnerable. After all these years, I found someone I actually want to be friends with." - ShibazakiIt's that time of the year again and in Japan it is customary for girls to give chocolates to the boys they fancy on Valentine's Day, homemade would be the best of course.All the guys have their little following and Kasahara doesn't know how to handle it. So, she does what she does best. She buys simple choc [...]

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    17. ~4/5[Read more at my blog, Geeky Reading!](Contains some spoilers.)I’m starting to think that these reviews are just going to be me fangirling. Because fangirling is all I do when I think about this series. I just… can’t help myself.Anyway, in this volume we got to see some in-depth Shibazaki. And I still just really enjoy her as a character. I understand her background more now, her point of view on things, and am sympathetic to what she went through. And really hope that she opens up to [...]

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    18. Not as good as the other volumes, but oh man the romantic tension ensues between DIFFERENT CHARACTERS THIS TIME. I don't understand why Kasahara is still clueless about Dojo.

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    19. I really liked this volume, because it was not as dark as, for example, the situation in the last volume, but it set some new developments up - we get a first glance (in the manga, the anime had him fairly early) - of Tezuka's brother and a possible love interest of Shibazaki (although it seems as if Tezuka is either potentially jealous or knows something negative about the guy).I really liked the fact we got a long viewpoint chapter of Shibazaki and her back-story. It works brilliantly. Then we [...]

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    20. Love is in the air--Kasahara & Dojo have a charged moment together in a snowfall after she mistakes an encounter between Dojo & a secret admirer. Shibazaki is pursued by a curious, guileless admirer & ends up reflecting on her past relationships. But the frivolity doesn't last long as the Task Force must protect patron access to the latest controversial issue of Weekly New World. As a result, the new head librarian makes a startling decision at the beginning of his tenure. And Taiga, [...]

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    21. I don't know It's a good manga but in the last volumes it focuses to much on the relationships inside the library rather than telling me about the weird regime that created the Library Forces.Don't get me wrong but I think some action wouldn't hurt the series. There was a bit more in the first volumes, now it's all about the characters.I like the way the authors are presenting the side characters because they can develop their own personality. I really like the part about Shibazaki.On to the nex [...]

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    22. This volume just wasn't as exciting as the others. The censorship issue wasn't well handled in my opinion. I was confused about exactly why the library would consider censoring the article at all. Did the article's writer use illegal sources and thus what is printed isn't allowed to be shown to the public because of the prisoner's rights? If so, then I wonder how much of the article could have been accomplished with public knowledge and records; would the article still have been under considerat [...]

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    23. 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!It's Valentine's Day, and Iku's hopes are dashed when Dojo, the guy she's been crushing on--and who's her Library Force superior!--receives an elegant box of chocolates from another woman. Romantic intrigue strikes the whole team as Shibazak [...]

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    24. It's Valentine's Day at the beginning of this volume, where apparently it is traditional in Japan for a girl to give chocolates to the guy she likes. Tezuka tries to ask out Shibazaki but gets turned down, but then a cute customer asks her out and she accepts. We see a side of her that she doesn't normally show to others, the act she puts on to survive, and how she really trusts Kasahara as a friend. Meanwhile the Weekly World News magazine has printed an article about the teen serial killer and [...]

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    25. This volume delved into Shibazaki's backstory and gave some insight into her characterization and her friendship with Iku. Predictably I loved it. <3It also presented the first case where I think the pro-censorship group may have a good point. Holy breach of journalistic ethics Batman! Juvenile court privacy laws exist for a reason, publishing those depositions wasn't just illegal, it was immoral.I liked the last brother themed chapter, I'm looking forward to getting to know Tezuka's older br [...]

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    26. Love this adorable series. I really liked this installment because it focused so much on Shibuzaki (Kasahara's roommate). I love it when an author takes the time to honestly flesh out secondary characters. In a way it allows you to understand main characters even more because you finally understand what they see and like in these people. Besides cardboard characters are damned annoying. Also, I love that in every manga it seems like the characters are required to suffer through at least 1 Valent [...]

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    27. This one wasnt my favorite but it was goof. I liked getting to know Shibazaki. She seemed a little stuck up to me in the first five volumes but this volume allows you to see her in a new light. Then with a new guy introduced I cant help but wonder what crazy thing is going to happen next. This volume also had a little less excitement but you got to see the romances that are blooming between the different characters. My favorite part was when you see Iku reminiscing about her brothers it helps sh [...]

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    28. Everything about this volume was either fluffy and adorable or dramatic and emotionally stirring - or both at the same time. And there was a lot of Iku/Dojo moments, which also makes me happy, along with some sweet moments between Shibazaki and Hikaru. I'm glad this volume expanded on Shibazaki's character; she really has become a fascinating person to read about, especially with Iku as her unlikely best friend. The extra manga at the onsen was totally cute and a much-needed lighthearted piece a [...]

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