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Yukarism, Vol. 4 by [Shiomi, Chika]
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Seemingly afflicted by Yumurasaki’s fatal illness of the past, Yukari begins to get very sick in the present day… Meanwhile, Mahoro vows to kill Satomi before he can kill Yukari (as she believes he had killed Yumurasaki in the past)! Are these three fated to repeat their tragic connection?

About the Author

Chika Shiomi lives in Aichi Prefecture, Japan. She debuted with the manga Todokeru Toki o Sugitemo (Even if the Time for Deliverance Passes), and her previous works include the supernatural series Yurara and Rasetsu. She loves reading manga, traveling and listening to music. Her favorite artists include Michelangelo, Hokusai, Bernini and Gustav Klimt.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 147942 KB
  • Print Length: 200 pages
  • Publisher: VIZ Media: Shojo Beat (Nov. 3 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B016XB2A8Y
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0x9cfc0324) out of 5 stars 5 reviews
HASH(0x9cfe3e4c) out of 5 stars Final volume for the reincarnation shojo manga Nov. 3 2015
By Johanna Draper Carlson - Published on
Format: Paperback
Author Chika Shiomi makes points about the nature of a person’s essential character and how past influences must be transcended for someone to make their own choices.

Events here begin having potentially deadly results. Since the courtesan Yumurasaki is suffering a fatal wasting disease in the past, her modern reincarnation Yukari begins collapsing as well. That puts the conflict between his friends Mahoro and Satomi in more immediate focus; they’re versions of Yumurasaki’s most powerful client and her bodyguard from back then, and they dislike each other as a result. The ghosts of their past actions start forcing a potentially murderous confrontation in the present.

I found Yukarism volume 4 a fast read, because I wasn’t very invested in the philosophy or the historical drama of the courtesan’s impending death. There are romantic elements, but they take a far second place in significance and authenticity. The message about needing to learn more about the people who care about you and being more honest about your feelings for them is a nice one, though.

The art was most interesting to me when Shiomi started drawing the historical versions of the characters in the modern school setting (since for dramatic reasons, other people start perceiving the past lives of the characters, at least visually). It’s a symbolic portrayal of the past forcing itself upon the young people, an influence they must ultimately shake off in order to grow and seek the new. (The publisher provided a review copy. Review originally posted at
HASH(0x9cfe3ea0) out of 5 stars Great ending March 2 2016
By Jude - Published on
Format: Paperback

I would definitely have loved more of this series, but it still ended very well.

We finally figure out what really happened in their past lives, and we see how it’s culminating in the present. It comes to a head, how their past selves are taking over their present. It takes a different turn than I expected, for one character in particular. But it gives their pasts a final end, a way to move on in the present.

I really just wanted Yukari and Mahoro to have a happy ending, and I’m really happy with how it happened. It was sweet and not too much, not too sappy, not rushed. It was perfect.

I loved this series. It was a surprising delight, and I’m so happy to have it. I really hope that VIZ picks up more of Shiomi’s other series, because I want more.

A review copy was provided by the publisher, VIZ Media, for an honest review. Thank you so, so much!

[More of my reviews are available on my blog, Geeky Reading, to which there's a link on my profile.]
HASH(0x9cfe62f4) out of 5 stars I love Chika Shiomi Nov. 14 2015
By Nowshin Alam - Published on
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I love Chika Shiomi, she does a lovely job of mixing dark plot elements with sweet romance. As one would expect, this volume presents us with a wonderful ending to this fabulous story. All the loose ends were wrapped up quite nicely.
HASH(0x9cfe62dc) out of 5 stars Good ending! Nov. 9 2015
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