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A Devil and Her Love Song, Vol. 4 by [Tomori, Miyoshi]
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Maria encourages antagonistic Ayu to be true to her feelings, but that simple action snowballs into a huge rift within their class! As secret crushes and hidden motives are revealed, the backlash of honesty just might destroy Maria’s efforts in uniting everyone for the choral competition!

About the Author

Miyoshi Tomori made her debut as a manga creator in 2001, and her previous titles include Hatsukare (First Boyfriend), Tongari Root (Square Root), and Brass Love!! Her current series, A Devil and Her Love Song, is running in Margaret magazine.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 218921 KB
  • Print Length: 216 pages
  • Publisher: VIZ Media: Shojo Beat (Aug. 21 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00FDZL82Q
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0x9cd49ed0) out of 5 stars 3 reviews
HASH(0x9cf5a444) out of 5 stars Great series Oct. 27 2012
By Jude - Published on
Format: Paperback
[Also available on my blog.]

This volume is all about the singing competition, and Hana Ibuki.

We're supposed to have forgiven Hana Ibuki, but I don't really feel much sympathy for her. In the end she was okay, I guess, but I kind of still think she's a bit of a bitch. Maybe I'll see her better in the next book; we'll see.

I do like Ayu Nakamura (the original bully) more, though. She actually listens to Maria and confesses to Yusuke, and openly talks about how selfish she is, and what she does and doesn't like. It was very good to see her being so honest, and I liked her conversation with Yusuke. Maybe something will spark up between those two.

And then something kind of major happened between Maria and Shin. He kissed her and made her mind go a bit crazy, which was adorable and a bit hilarious. I liked seeing her so freaked out, not expecting it, and not knowing what to think. And to see him put himself out there for her. I'm looking forward to some more development in their relationship in the next book.

Also, wasn't expecting to see that so soon; was definitely a nice surprise.

We also got to see more of Maria's past: what happened at her old school with her friend. She had a big falling out, and I'm intrigued to see what comes of it. To see her old friend show up, which I'm sure she will at some point, and have them talk or fight or something along those lines.

The main event in this book was the singing competition, which was surrounded by a lot of drama. Their class is being recorded, and Hana wanted to set something up so that she would seem like a hero, and that got all messed up. And their teacher was a huge jerk by trying to force Maria into making their school seem really great, and he's just a huge despicable bully. I don't understand how he's still their teacher, how he hasn't gotten fired yet, with how he's bullied her and called the other students losers. He even started to hit Maria and it was caught on tape, which I hope gets released in the next book. I just want him to go away already, for some justice to be done about that whole situation.

The book ended with the performance, where Maria sang all on her own, and she made up with her classmates. Although I kind of still don't forgive them for not singing with her, even if it might have been a hugely cliché scene.

The bullies in this book are done in such an overpowering, you-can't-beat-me, godmoding way that it's a bit annoying, and frustrating. I can overlook that, though, because it's such a good series, and the characters are so good, and it's overall very charming. I'm definitely looking forward to the next book.
HASH(0x9ce25630) out of 5 stars Love, Love, Love! Jan. 17 2013
By Jenden - Published on
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
I absolutely love this story line, it's hard to put down after the first volume and I have to say that I blew through these first 4 volumes in a few hours, but I have spent days re-reading and enjoying the art work and all it's characters. Maria, our main character, is funny without meaning to be, she's strong, and she may be afraid to stand on her own, but she'll do it anyway, if only to start living life the way that she wants to, and I absolutely love her. I will be rooting for her and shin all the way! Even as old friends who aren't so much as friends start showing up in volumes 5 and 6. This is a great buy and I highly recommend it. Buyer beware-its addicting. ;)
HASH(0x9cbe10e4) out of 5 stars Addictive! Jan. 24 2014
By T. Hill - Published on
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This is quickly becoming one of my favorite mangas. The characters are layered and honest and the story isn't predictable. I definitely love it.