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Natsume's Book of Friends , Vol. 13 (Natsume's Book of Friends) by [Midorikawa, Yuki]
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Intrigues abound in the world of professional exorcism, and Natsume wants nothing to do with it. But he has no choice when Matoba, head of a prominent exorcist clan, blackmails him into coming to an exorcist meeting. Is Natsume’s fate sealed when one of his special talents is exposed in front of Matoba?

About the Author

Yuki Midorikawa is the creator of the Manga Taisho nominated series Natsume's Book of Friends. Her other titles published in Japan include Hotarubi no Mori e (Into the Forest of Fireflies), Hiiro no Isu (The Scarlet Chair), and Akaku Saku Koe (The Voice that Blooms Red).

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 143273 KB
  • Print Length: 192 pages
  • Publisher: VIZ Media: Shojo Beat (Dec 4 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
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One can't really gush too much about the volume in reviews for fear of spoilers. I can safely say that the 'Natsume special log' is well worth reading in this volume!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Love it Jan. 27 2013
By Jude - Published on
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[Also available on my blog.]

This volume was so good. Overall, every volume of this series is good, but sometimes there's a slower one, filled with one shots and nothing with his friends or family, but then sometimes there are ones like this one, where you really get to know a characters more, with some kind of development.

The first three chapters of this volume were focused on one story, and it was so good. Natsume runs into some trouble with a yokai, and gets a letter from Matoba (a scary exorcist, who I think we met briefly before, because I didn't remember him), and decides to go visit Natori.

Previously, I hadn't had very high thoughts of Natori, but there was some development in this volume. Now, he just seems like he wants to help Natsume if he can, not push him too much or anything. I rather like him more, actually. Also, I hadn't noticed how attractive Natori was before, but seeing him in casual clothing really brought that to my attention.

After that meeting, Matoba approaches Natsume, and he wants his help. Matoba is somewhat high in the exorcist ring, but nobody likes him very much. Everyone has gathered at his place for some kind of meeting, which is secretly to find out who is spreading information about exorcism. Natsume pretends to be a yokai for this, and he is so freaking cute with a mask and horns. In the chapter covers, we also got to see him in a suit, and that was so cute as well. I just... he is so cute.

Anyway, after that, there are two special chapters, one each for Natsume's friends from school, who we've seen a few times, but who I never really got a good feel for. Now, I hope we get to see more of them, and I want Natsume to tell them about the yokai and why he acts so weird sometimes. The two guys are just so sweet and I really liked them, but I like seeing other people interact with and care about Natsume.

If it isn't apparent yet, I love Natsume. I've said this multiple times, including how cute and sweet I think he is. But he is, and I love him. I just want to love him and be his friend and hug him. He makes me smile, and I'm really looking forward to the next volume (even though I'm going to have to wait till freakin' July).

Sidenote: Midorikawa mentions in this volume that there are four seasons of the anime now. What? I haven't even watched one episode; I hadn't realized it was so popular. I'm really thinking about starting to watch it now.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Love it as always! Jan. 11 2013
By Alena - Published on
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Every story in every book is intriguing and always in depth with Natsume's emotions. You actually get to read side stories of some of his friends which makes it interesting to see how they view Natsume. You would almost think of him as weak and frail but in the end he always stands up for himself and what he wants. This is an excellent series for all ages, children or adult I highly recommend it!
5.0 out of 5 stars Natsume 13 March 27 2014
By Mike Keepper - Published on
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In this volume Natsume Takashi is learning to be Friends with his classmates and building up trust. He is getting to know them as they also are getting to know Natsume.
He needs to resist better the blackmail of Manatoba the exorcist and avoid him. Natsume still has trouble in his dealings with people and Yokai but he is getting better.
Live the series both on manga and anime.