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  • Title: Library Wars: Love & War, Vol. 11
  • Author: Kiiro Yumi Hiro Arikawa
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  • Page: 114
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  • In the near future, the federal government creates a committee to rid society of books it deems unsuitable The libraries vow to protect their collections, and with the help of local governments, form a military group to defend themselves the Library Forces
    Library Wars Love War Vol In the near future the federal government creates a committee to rid society of books it deems unsuitable The libraries vow to protect their collections and with the help of local governments form

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    1. Synopsis In the near future, the federal government creates a committee to rid society of books it deems unsuitable The libraries vow to protect their collections, and with the help of local governments, form a military group to defend themselves the Library Forces My Thoughts The beginning of this volume is bloody It picks up right where v.10 leaves off and the Library Task Force is ready to stop the MBA from storming the Ibaraki Museum and destroying the display of Freedom Things get really bl [...]

    2. This volume is full of surprises Along with pain and suffering, there are some hopeful and sweet moments to be had.

    3. Chief Gendaaaa What a cool guy I hope he gets married to his fiery love who can totally fend for herself as well

    4. Glad this series isn t afraid to skimp out on the violence that would happen realistically For a shojo series, that s really rare, but I like what we got

    5. This volume was almost all action, which is quite the departure from the norm The big fight certainly delivered, but I would argue that the administrative consequences of the successful defense of the exhibit was impactful than the physical wounds incurred by the LDF As Ms Yumi explained in the sidebars, the end of this book represents a revolutionary shift in the world of Library Wars, and I am expecting Tezuka s brother to reap the benefits.However, the defensive effort was brutal and inspiri [...]

    6. Holy shit This just keeps getting better and better This one had me crying so hard, hoping that no one died I don t want to spoil anything, so bottom line, read now It s just that good.

    7. I have read 1 14 and am anxiously awaiting 15 s release in my native language and I have to say that the inclusion of realistically placed and well balanced action among the usual stereotypical sh jo shenanigans makes 11 one of my favorites of the series I ve read quite a lot of manga over the years, from all sorts of different genres, but rarely do I find a sh jo that is willing to portray war in its realistically gruesome nature or discuss the hardships of war on a psychological level, in term [...]

    8. The action immediately kicks off with the Battle at Ibaraki Museum Both sides exchange fire suffer numerous injuries, particularly the MBC who allow their own soldiers to be trampled in a desperate attempt to ram the human blockade of the Defense Force Even though the Defense Force holds off the opposing force, the exhibition opening is still rocked with violence A vigilante force try to hold the local governor hostage but Major Genda faces them down is severely wounded The director of the Libra [...]

    9. Ever since I found out there was a Volume 11 back when I got Volumes 9 10 , I ve had this on hold So I was very excited to get the newest book to the series This volume was way high octane than the others I ve read, in ways than one I wish it didn t take so long to get English translations, as I know I will have to wait forever for the next volume to come out At the end of the last volume, the Library Task Force was set to guard a controversial exhibit from the Media Betterment Committee MBC , [...]

    10. 4 5 Read at my blog, Geeky Reading This volume was much serious than the previous ones.There s a lot going on, with them fighting censorship, and then having to deal with the repercussions, some of which are very serious There s even some crying I m not going to go into detail, though, so as not to spoil anything.And while this volume was very good, I m honestly looking forward to getting back to the fun stuff.There s some intense stuff going on with Iku, particularly romance wise Honestly, I [...]

    11. April 2014 4.5 Stars shown as 5 Actually finished reading this in March, but whatever So I was ecstatic when I received my pre ordered copy a few days early in the mail The volume completed the most intense story arc in the anime, anyway , with some changesSICALLY, since the manga is a direct adaptation of the light novel series, I m thinking it was the anime that took some liberties in what happened to whom Indeed, it wasn t as bad as I feared, and I can safely say that I m still in one piece.K [...]

    12. Since I attempted to read this in Japanese, I m sure I missed a lot of nuances However, I still enjoyed this volume The Library Defence Force faces the showdown with the MBA task force to protect a controversial art exhibit There is a lot going on between Dojo and Kasahara as their interaction gains depth though not necessarily their romantic relationship so to speak A lot of dramatic action occurs in this volume which is hard to describe without spoilers but there are huge organizational shake [...]

    13. have you heard the good word do you realize the joy and beauty encapsulated in library wars step right up to become deeply invested in every single one of these dorks feel your heart shudder as iku first faces the realities of war giggle with delight as our valiant couples skate their way arounda date for there is a time when we must come to truth and that truth is that library wars is a vision of near perfection to be spread among the masses join me as we preach upon the mount i can t figure ou [...]

    14. Dearest fellow Library Wars fanatics run, don t walk, to your nearest bookstore Pick up a fresh copy of volume eleven of this series Pay for it, for goodness sake Immediately sit down and read it Don t even bother reading the book s back blurb, just crack it open as soon as possible and read This is top notch Library Wars, a series at its peak, a perfect combination of action and drama, humor and romance, struggle and triumph.You can read my complete review of LIBRARY WARS eleventh volume here a [...]

    15. Fighting censorship at her hometown art museum, Iku Kasahara and her fellow Library Forces team members are involved in a fierce skirmish in which several ranking officers are severely injured The damage is far reaching, causing a rift in the Library Forces management that makes Iku question her place in the organization In the midst of this controversy, Iku s relationship with her direct supervisor, Dojo, grows intimate when a long discussed tea date begins to sound like a romantic liaison Th [...]

    16. This volume was kinda depressing, given the injury that happened during the battle Also, Kasahara has to shoot at someone, which tears her up for awhile Luckily, the bonus stories than make up for the sad main story of this volume, giving us some wonderful fantasies of Dojo via Kasahara s overactive imagination And, an interview with Dojo as well I really enjoyed these This volume was provided to me as an eManga by VIZ Media, via Edelweiss, in exchange for an honest review.

    17. Iku Kasahara gets some REAL battle experiences here The Library Task Force suffers some heavy blows It really affects her, and she starts to question the use of violence against violence Dojo, in his gruff way, helps to ease her mind on all this as they are defending their country s rights to free speech and word Words that are continually being repressed as crimes or simply as obscene by their government Of course their are both emotional and bureaucratic repercussions from this event It seems [...]

    18. On the last side bar, the mangaka says, I m aware this manga has a lot of What the heck moments, but I hope you ll be kind enough to stick with me come what may Library Wars certainly does have a lot of What the heck moments I have to regularly suspend disbelief While I don t agree with censorship, I don t think I d go so far as support a military task force to protect libraries either It s a littleextreme Still, this series is cute and I m doing my best to roll with it, come what may.

    19. Things get pretty real in this volume, and yet I find myself growing a little bored with it This always seems to happen around volume 10 in manga series I think in this one the love part is just not really doing it for me I ll probably give this another couple of volumes or so to see if something catches my attention again, but I m sort of not expecting that to happen.

    20. Not my favorite Library Wars volume It s really frustrating how slowly all of their relationships move But oh well at least they move a little bit This volume, rather than being full of relationship feels, is stuffed with action and drama and craziness Read it in about an hour I need the next volume

    21. I read the English version, which I can t seem to find on here I actually work in a public library so I sometimes I think I connect with the story on a different level from most people But it basically takes a possible what if scenario and dials up the extreme a bit Still a wonderful read, and it gives you a bit to think about.

    22. The political infighting is insidious and surprising, and the Mito battle is tense and shocking Not too shocking, since this is shojo, but a good storyline The romance continues to develop between Hikaru and Shibazaki, but the romance is only progressing slowly with Dojo and Iku, who finally admits her feelings for Dojo to herself and her roommate.

    23. Loved It This book was a bit heavy compared to th usual tone of this series, but it was still very good The author was able to keep to each characters personality well, so there was still some humor despite the tense situations Ms Yumi is amazing, and I m so happy to be able to read her series Library Wars

    24. Wow That was war The first pages of the volumes are really bloody, depicting the fight to protect the painting Freedom Then it s all about politics and I got lost a little bit Someone had to take responsibility and resign but there s a new one who will follow in his her step A little confusing but I really want to know how this story ends.Only four volumes to go.

    25. OMG This volume opens with war, a battle There are shots fired, blood and everything Wow, wow, wow During and after all the excitement Iku and Dojo are sooo intimate with each other, it is swoon worthy Then they plan their first date Yeah, finally

    26. Another in the continuing Library Wars Love War manga series As usual, our heroes are defending the libraries while trying to figure out their romantic lives Sweet and fast paced like the others in the series.

    27. Drama keeps on escalating And my shipper heart is finally getting what it wants scenes with Dojo and Kasahara being all adorbs together And Kasahara FINALLY admits to herself that she likes Dojo YAY Onto volume 12

    28. I really wish the author hadn t rushed through the battle like this The pacing felt all off, and really there was so much that could have been done with this storyline I still love the series, but this one could have been better.

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