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Natsume's Book of Friends, Vol. 8 - Lillian Olsen, Yuki Midorikawa
Natsume's Book of Friends, Vol. 8
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Nyanko Sensei is recovering after being wounded in the last yokai incident, so Takashi is on his own when he accidentally releases a yokai right before the school festival. With new friends and his ever-strengthening relationship with the Fujiwaras, Takashi has more reasons than ever to keep the... show more
Nyanko Sensei is recovering after being wounded in the last yokai incident, so Takashi is on his own when he accidentally releases a yokai right before the school festival. With new friends and his ever-strengthening relationship with the Fujiwaras, Takashi has more reasons than ever to keep the supernatural at bay. But does he stand a chance without Nyanko Sensei's power to back him up?
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9781421535920 (1421535920)
ASIN: 1421535920
Publisher: VIZ Media LLC
Pages no: 192
Edition language: English
Category:
Fantasy, Paranormal, Manga
Series: Natsume's Book of Friends (#8)
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Familiar Diversions
Familiar Diversions rated it
5.0 Natsume's Book of Friends (vol. 8) by Yuki Midorikawa, translated by Lillian Olsen
First story: Nyanko is resting due to events in the previous volume, so Natsume tries to deal with a weird yokai rock that keeps possessing people around him on his own. He doesn't want to ruin the cultural festival, which he's really looking forward to. Second story: Tanuma gets possessed by a yoka...
Allusion is not Illusion
Allusion is not Illusion rated it
4.0
I picked this up at the library without having read the previous volumes. The premise is easy to understand and the stories episodic in nature, so I didn't have any trouble following the plot. The character dynamics are also easy to pick up on. Even without having read the earlier stories, it was cl...
coffee & ink
coffee & ink rated it
The backstory about Natsume coming to live with the Fujiwaras is a little manipulative, but it made me cry anyway. Oh, Aunt Toko!I love seeing Natsume get back together with Tanuma and Taki, who know more about him than most people. I hope they will all have adventures together.
coffee & ink
coffee & ink rated it
The backstory about Natsume coming to live with the Fujiwaras is a little manipulative, but it made me cry anyway. Oh, Aunt Toko!I love seeing Natsume get back together with Tanuma and Taki, who know more about him than most people. I hope they will all have adventures together.
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