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Natsume's Book of Friends, Volume 11 - Yuki Midorikawa
Natsume's Book of Friends, Volume 11
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Most books just describe the supernatural. This one brings it!Reads R to L (Japanese Style), for audiences T. Takashi Natsume can see the spirits and demons that hide from the rest of humanity. He has always been set apart from other people because of his gift, drifting from relative to... show more
Most books just describe the supernatural. This one brings it!Reads R to L (Japanese Style), for audiences T. Takashi Natsume can see the spirits and demons that hide from the rest of humanity. He has always been set apart from other people because of his gift, drifting from relative to relative, never fitting in. Now he's a troubled high school student who has come to live in the small town where his grandmother grew up. And there he discovers that he has inherited more than just the Sight from the mysterious Reiko. Natsume and Tanuma are spending a rainy day helping Taki clean up a storehouse full of her grandfather’s stuff. But old clothes and books aren’t the only things sealed away. The friends accidentally release a very angry yokai. Is teamwork enough to stop the yokai from going on a rampage?!
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9781421541228 (142154122X)
Publisher: VIZ Media LLC
Pages no: 200
Edition language: English
Series: Natsume's Book of Friends (#11)
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Familiar Diversions
Familiar Diversions rated it
5.0 Natsume's Book of Friends (manga, vol. 11) by Yuki Midorikawa, translated by Lillian Olsen
In the first part of the volume, Natsume and Tanuma help Taki clean up the creepy storage places at her home (her grandpa's old home? my notes are unclear). In the process, they awaken a dangerous doll yokai that Taki's grandfather accidentally sealed. In the next part of the volume, Natsume realize...
Allusion is not Illusion
Allusion is not Illusion rated it
4.0
Two of the best stories so far, both scary and tender.We learn more about both Natsume's and Taki's families.
Inkspot Fancy
Inkspot Fancy rated it
5.0
This manga is definitely not for everyone, but I continue to find the sketchy art style and wistful storytelling focused on friends, family and love to be endearing. I also love when the story focuses as much or more on the humans around Natsume than the yokai, which this issue does beautifully.
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