Fruits Basket, Volume 21
Publish date: November 11th 2008
Pages no: 204
Edition language: English
Series: Fruits Basket 5 (#21)
We start back where we left off, which is unusual for this manga. Kyo finishes his story about his childhood friendship with Tohru’s mother. He tells more about her death and how he couldn’t deal with the grief. He admits he moved on by blaming everything on Yuki. It’s unclear to me whether Yuki ove...
Enjoyable read, highly recommend this series.
I'm a lot calmer then I thought I'd be at the end of this one. There were so many moments that got my heart racing in a I'm-much-too-emotionally-invested-in-fictional-characters!-Do-I-have-a-problem? sort of way. All cards are on the table and I'm wonder just how much more drama can possibly transpi...
Yes! Epic! Epic! This volume was smexy! Dude, I was nearly shitting pickles there for a moment because the last volume ended on a very sad note. It was so sad I tasted emo in my mouth. [[Enter Flashback!]]*In the Corner of Woe cutting herself with a Spork whilst blubbering her eyes out*[[End Flashba...
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