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A Devil and Her Love Song, Vol. 13 by [Tomori, Miyoshi]
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Maria’s boyfriend, Shin, is living abroad, and Maria is uncertain about their future together. With the end of high school fast approaching, she faces some tough decisions. Her friends encourage her to keep singing, but will Shin respond to this devil’s love song?

Final Volume!

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!!

Product Details

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 153879 KB
  • Print Length: 232 pages
  • Publisher: VIZ Media: Shojo Beat (Feb. 4 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0xa62ea7a4) out of 5 stars 5 reviews
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HASH(0xa7083db0) out of 5 stars Final Volume Feb. 11 2014
By kakurenbo - Published on
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The series ended with a whimper, rather than bang, but it was a very appropriate ending. The final volume comes full circle and reminds the reader of what Maria has learned over the course of the series, and how she has changed. Loose ends are tied up, and everyone gets a happy ending.

Overall I really enjoyed this series, but it felt too drawn out, too long.
HASH(0xa5f19d74) out of 5 stars Fantastic conclusion Sept. 17 2014
By Jude - Published on
Format: Paperback

[More of my reviews are available on my blog, Geeky Reading, to which there's a link on my profile.]

I wasn’t really sure how this was going to end, and am rather happy with how it happened.

There were several chapters dedicated to each character, and those weren’t very long, but they were very good. They secured some of the feelings each character had, and I really liked that. Friendship was a main theme through them, and I really liked the focus on that. On how Maria and her friendships with the girls, as well as the boys, without the romance, is important, too.

I think maybe I would have liked something a little more definite at the end, but I do really like how everything was handled. It really secured Maria as being one of my favorite heroines.

It’s been a point for most of this series that Maria should be happy and confident with herself, that she needs to love herself above and at the same time as loving other people. In my opinion, this idea doesn’t show up enough in books or life. But it’s one of my absolute favorites, and Maria does it perfectly here.

Her decision at the end is for herself, because she will be happiest with herself by choosing it, even if it isn’t for the guy she loves. She’s just so mature in choosing it, and I’m so happy with that.

Then there’s Yusuke. I still love him, and he’s still just the sweetest guy. I feel a little bad for him, but fully believe that he’s going to be all right. He’ll figure things out. And him and his friends will have a great time as they continue to grow up.

This was a very, very good series. I loved the characters, how they progressed, and where they all were by the end. The conclusion was very satisfying to me, even if I think I would have liked more, although I don’t know what more would have been. I’m really happy with it, though.

Also, I just want to note that I hope VIZ picks up another series by Tomori. I absolutely love this series, and would love to read something else of hers.
HASH(0xa682ba68) out of 5 stars The series was good up till the end July 10 2014
By Matthew Gashwytewa - Published on
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The series was good up till the end. For such an emotional manga, I expected a better ending. It was too rushed and I'm sorry but shojo manga are suppose to end with the girl and guy over coming all problems and being together. The ending could have worked out better if they made it more emotional to fit the rest of the story. The last book I give it an OK. If you have all the others you might as well get this one just to see how it ends.
HASH(0xa5eeb6fc) out of 5 stars The Last Book!!!! May 22 2014
By Kayla - Published on
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I am so excited. I haven't read this yet, since i have been so busy and have 5 books before this volume still waiting to be read as well, but this is such a great story about heart ache and the struggle of teens. This is family appropriate in my eyes and something anyone can enjoy.
HASH(0xa5eeb750) out of 5 stars sadly all good things ends June 16 2014
By Makayla - Published on
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The book was a wonderful end to the series. Even though I felt that the end was a bit rushed, and I feel it needed one more book for the series to be complete. Over all the story line ties everything up , but it still gives many possibility for Maria and the gangs futures.