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Library Wars: Love & War, Vol. 6 by [Yumi, Kiiro]
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It's Valentine's Day, and Iku's hopes are dashed when Dojo, the guy she's been crushing on—and who's her Library Force superior!—receives an elegant box of chocolates from another woman. Romantic intrigue strikes the whole team as Shibazaki meets a would-be suitor and confides in Iku about her tortured love life. And it seems that Hikaru is being followed by someone from his past...

About the Author

Hiro Arikawa won the 10th Dengeki Novel Prize for her work Shio no Machi: Wish on My Precious in 2003 and debuted with the same novel in 2004. Of her many works, Arikawa is best known for the Library Wars series and her Jieitai Sanbusaku trilogy which consists of Sora no Naka (In the Sky), Umi no Soko (The Bottom of the Sea), and Shio no Machi (City of Salt).

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 213006 KB
  • Print Length: 200 pages
  • Publisher: VIZ Media: Shojo Beat (Aug. 27 2012)
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  • Language: English
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
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Hiro Arikawa illustrates a world that is plausible and dystopian in nature. Library Wars is a lovable shoujo (aimed at a female audience) series, because of its characters. The characters are lovable and and hardworking, and even though the relationships in this series may seem straight-forward, they are wonderfully woven together with their interactions (which are never boring)!

A highly recommended series for anyone interested in some beautiful art, and a heartwarming read!
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By Nicola Mansfield HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on Jan. 3 2012
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Reason for Reading: next in the series.

Volume six mostly continues on in an expected manner. Iku and Dojo are continuing there quarrelsome infighting with each other which is starting to get on my nerves; I know it is the whole point of these types of relationships but I'd really like to see them become honest with each other soon. Iku isn't hiding her feelings any more but Dojo still is and his rudeness has gone up a level in this volume with his anger fits at Iku and his constant use of the name "blockhead" for her :-( On the other hand, we have a very interesting chapter which focuses on Shibazaki, exposing her background and revealing some surprise information about her past and what she is really like (on the inside). We also learn some interesting information about Hikaru and meet a new character who may just turn out to be a new recurring character. I particularly liked the Bonus Material which included a short story about our characters which added to our knowledge of them as viable people (and had an innocently fun Iku and Dojo bath scene... awe!). Then had a couple of hilarious shorts. A fun entry in the series, but I'm waiting for some more excitement on the sci-fi level of the plot and for I & D's relationship to turn serious or at least open and honest in the next volumes.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Valentine's Day, Banned Books, and Hot Springs (oh my!) Oct. 10 2014
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Love the first chapter in this volume, where the gang celebrates Valentines Day and Kasahara tries to figure out how to slip Dojo some chocolate. SUCH a cute chapter. I'd love to see a White Day chapter, too. It'd be interesting to see how Dojo would handle it.

We also got some really nice Kasahara and Shibasaki friendship building, as well as a chapter from Shibasaki's point of view, which explains a lot about why she acts the way she does. We also got a little more of the Genda/Orikuchi romance, which was nice. I did really wish we could've seen Dojo's reaction firsthand when Kasahara got injured and not just an allusion to it afterwards. I felt jipped of a possibly wonderful fangirl moment! LOL

The rest of the volume was about a potential love interest for Shibasaki and a banned volume of Orikuchi's magazine. We also get a nice episode where Taiga's back and we get to meet his little brother. This allows for some nice insight into Kasahara's relationship with her brothers, as well as Tezuka's relationship with his. Also for an excellent save by Dojo when Kasahara falls down the stairs. LOVE how he always catches her when she falls, a theme repeated in the bonus manga where they go to a hot spring and encounter bank robbers (who Kasahara catches, but not before falling into the hot spring with a bathing Dojo). Great fun, LOL! Love that we got to see Dojo blush, for once!
4.0 out of 5 stars Very good Sept. 13 2014
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[More of my reviews are available on my blog, Geeky Reading, to which there's a link on my profile.]

(Contains some spoilers.)

I’m starting to think that these reviews are just going to be me fangirling. Because fangirling is all I do when I think about this series. I just… can’t help myself.

Anyway, in this volume we got to see some in-depth Shibazaki. And I still just really enjoy her as a character. I understand her background more now, her point of view on things, and am sympathetic to what she went through. And really hope that she opens up to Iku more in the future.

Shibazaki went out with a boy in this volume, Asahina, and that was interesting. I don’t know where Shibazaki’s love life is going, although I see an attraction forming between her and Tezuka that could work.

Valentine’s Day happened, and Iku angsted over giving Dojo chocolate. Mainly because she “didn’t want him to feel left out”, and got some cheap chocolate for everyone. This resulted in a surprising turn of events between her and Dojo. I really hope that there’s something more intimate between them soon, because ugh, I really want it to.

There was a commotion in this volume regarding legal matters and censoring a story, and I don’t know how I feel about what happened. I don’t think many of the character do, either, though. The censoring element of this series shows up often and yet doesn’t get a lot of attention, but it is something that I enjoy. It’s something I feel strongly about, and I enjoy their discussing it, and a point of view was brought up in this volume that most people on this side don’t think about. I don’t know how I feel about it, but still.

There was also a chapter about this younger boy we met a couple volumes ago and his little brother, which brought up discussions about siblings. Iku chimed in with her hilarious memories of her brothers. Then we get a glimpse of Tezuka’s relationship with his older brother, and even got to see his face. There was a mention in the previous volume of him having a bad relationship with his older brother, and I’m looking forward to finding out what’s behind that, especially since it seems like his brother wants to make up with him.

There was an extra case at the end of the volume, and I liked the resulting interactions between the characters because of it. There was some Tezuka and Shibazaki time, some Komaki thinking about Marie (aww!), and then a very funny and adorable moment between Iku and Dojo. It’s starting to feel like something is going to happen between them soon, and I really hope so.

Also, there was a moment in this volume where Tezuka mentions that he stayed up all night reading a book, and I went, “Aww, that’s so awesome,” because I’m a book person. Because I constantly forget that, duh, these are book people, they work for a library, saving books, because they’re passionate about books. And that just made me think that more mentions of them actually enjoying books needs to happen. My inner bookworm (I don’t know if ‘inner’ is the right word here) would just really enjoy it.

Again: I love this series. The next volume should be arriving at my house soon, and I’m very much looking forward to reading it.
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars April 21 2017
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Loved it!
5.0 out of 5 stars Got it June 24 2016
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Got it!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars With Smiles and Giggles Jan. 28 2012
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This volume in this outstandingly cute and hilarious series gives us a rough Valentines day with the thick-headed Kasahara, some nice moments with Komkai, and of course plenty of rescuing and awkward moments from Dojo. Look forward to an ending that will leave you laughing.