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Nisekoi: False Love, Vol. 9: Kamikaze by [Komi, Naoshi]
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It's hate at first sight when Raku Ichijo first meets Chitoge Kirisaki. But much to their chagrin, the two are forced into a false love relationship to keep the peace between their feuding gangster families. Meanwhile, at school, there's a special race in store for the boys in class! Raku and the boys don't seem to care much about it; that is until their teacher announces the winner's prize—a kiss from a girl! Onodera’s very popular in their class, and Raku is determined to protect her lips from being violated! But what will happen when the rest of the guys gang up to thwart him?!

About the Author

Naoshi Komi was born in Kochi Prefecture, Japan, on March 28, 1986. His first serialized work in Weekly Shonen Jump was the series Double Arts. His current series, Nisekoi, is serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 118297 KB
  • Print Length: 192 pages
  • Publisher: VIZ Media: SHONEN JUMP (Sept. 23 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0x9f8e64f8) out of 5 stars 8 reviews
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HASH(0x9f904dec) out of 5 stars Funny as usual, but some thing wrong with the digital version? Oct. 15 2014
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For the record, this review is for the product itself. If you're a fan of the series, you can expect the usual tropes and setups of previous books working well to give you a fun romantic comedy.

However, compared to previous digital releases, there were a few panels with blank bubbles throughout the book. I think I counted 4 or 5 during my read through. In one particular section of a chapter, I assumed the dialogue was supposed to be heart warming, but the lack of text just made me confused momentarily before I inferred from the drawings. My experience with viz products have usually been good, so this QA miss is a bit puzzling. I'm hoping this gets revised for the digital version and for the eventual print
HASH(0x9f8d1f54) out of 5 stars Always good Feb. 25 2016
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In this volume, we meet a few new characters, as the new first-years come in. We meet Onodera’s little sister, Haru. Who’s extremely protective of her sister, and very biased against Raku. There’s also some possible crush coming there, though hopefully it’ll just go into friendship with related interests. There’s Haru’s best friend, in a situation much like Onodera and Ruri’s relationship. And then Paula shows up, coming to school to be closer to Tsugumi. I like Paula, and I’m interested to see her form real friendship with other students.

I love all the characters in this series, how different each one is, and how complex they’re made. I do find the harem style a bit much at times, especially since there’s about a dozen girls at this point and only two boys, with only one of those boys as a real interest to the girls. Sometimes the ecchi stuff is a bit much too, for example when Raku accidentally sees up Haru’s skirt, like three times, and yet gets blamed each time.

But this series is still fantastic. The development with the characters, the way the girls are really forming friendships along the way. I really like Onodera, and I like the way Paula is growing, but I’m still a big fan of Chitoge, and I loved seeing her trying to work with her crush on Raku in one of the chapters. That was cute.

I’m sure this series has no end in sight, and while I’d love to see a conclusion to the romance, I’m just enjoying it at this point.

[More of my reviews are available on my blog, Geeky Reading, to which there's a link on my profile.]
HASH(0x9f90627c) out of 5 stars Spoiler-Free Review March 11 2015
By Zac Hanscom - Published on
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Nisekoi: False Love, Vol. 9 is basically in three parts. First, there is a race where the first boy to finish gets to kiss the girl of his choice, but every other boy conspires to keep Raku from winning. Next, Haku Onodera, Kosaki Onodera's sister, is introduced. She hates Raku, but has fallen in love with her "Prince Charming," which of course is Raku. Finally, there is a short sequence where Paula returns to Japan; she wants to help Tsugumi become Raku's concubine.

I never expected to like rom-coms as much as I do when they're done right, and this is done right. It's extremely light, easy to read, and pretty damn funny at times. No, it isn't downright hilarious, and it doesn't have the drama of the earlier volumes, but it's still good. It's probably going to be an unending tale of unrequited teenage love. Raku has his harem of girls that like him, but he'll never go out with any of them. The series is charming, but limited. I still like it. ****
HASH(0x9f9062ac) out of 5 stars FALSE LOVE! OMG! April 13 2015
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Loved anime ever since my brother watched a hilarious anime short :-)! Then I got addicted. So I started to watch more and more anime Tv shows and movies. Then I came across Nisekio I watched the 1st one then got hooked. Then my brother go hooked too. Do then we started reading and watching Anime tv shows. Then we decided "HEY!" We can draw and make our own anime comics. So that's my anime story!! TEE HEE !! >^ · · ^< MEOW!
HASH(0x9f8de2e8) out of 5 stars FABULOUS!! Nov. 1 2014
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This is an awesome and hilarious manga! All the characters are loveable and they have so many moments with the main guy. If you ship a pairing, you can always get your moments. It has action, romance, and comedy all in one! That is why I rated it 5 stars.