Natsume's Book of Friends, Vol. 19



❰Reading❯ ➷ Natsume's Book of Friends, Vol. 19 Author Yuki Midorikawa – E17streets4all.co.uk Natsume isn t looking forward to meeting with one of his old classmates, even though his new friend Tanuma is coming along for moral support But brash Shibata hason his mind than just reminiscing a ho Natsume isn t looking forward of Friends, eBook ✓ to meeting with one of his old classmates, even though his new Natsume's Book PDF or friend Tanuma is coming along for moral support But brash Shibata hason his mind than just reminiscing a Book of Friends, eBook ´ house on his street is being haunted by evil dolls Can Natsume help, or will his presence just make a scary situation even worse.Natsume's Book of Friends, Vol. 19

Yuki Midorikawa , Midorikawa Yuki of Friends, eBook ✓ is a Japanese mangaka manga artist Midorikawa is best known for drawing Natsume's Book PDF or the manga series Natsume Yujin cho Natsume s Book of Friends Yuki Midorikawa started writing manga when she Book of Friends, eBook ´ was an elementary school girl When she was a junior high school student, she sent her manga for the first time to Hana to Yume , a semi monthly Japanese sh jo manga magazine published by Hakusensha Since then, she had kept drawing manga to become a mangaka.

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 192 pages
  • Natsume's Book of Friends, Vol. 19
  • Yuki Midorikawa
  • English
  • 14 June 2018

10 thoughts on “Natsume's Book of Friends, Vol. 19

  1. says:

    Sure, this book may have lost its forward momentum, but I still love it I love the characters, especially Natsume, and I love seeing how much he s grown from the first volume Of the four stories in here, I loved two of them The second story, about the rock washer, was quite lovely, and I really liked getting to see a full story of Natsume s grandmother.

  2. says:

    Series Review In SHORT Magical, personal and quietly brilliant.In DETAIL Themes Being different, loneliness, creatures from myth and legend, friendship and camaraderie and the meaning of family.Setting Rural Japan in all its loveliness When it comes to a time period I d say, roughly the here and now Atmosphere At once magical and ordinary The focus on interpersonal relationships in a world where a vast array of supernatural creatures are never far, is the key to making this story so Series Review In SHORT Magical, personal and quietly brilliant.In DETAIL Themes Being different, loneliness, creatures from myth and legend, friendship and camaraderie and the meaning of family.Setting Rural Japan in all its loveliness When it comes to a time period I d say, roughly the here and now Atmosphere At once magical and ordinary The focus on interpersonal relationships in a world where a vast array of supernatural creatures are never far, is the key to making this story so wonderful It is almost always less about the being s strangeness and abilities, but rather its hopes and wishes Characters Relationships Every character is incredibly unique and loveable in their own way What I adore the portrayal of the ayakashi is that Natsume always tries to understand the circumstances of a creature first and only if there is no other way will try to bind it or even kill it Mostly the ayakashi are shown as having different values or being ignorant of human customs Plot Natsume has to cope with his ability to see ayakashi and with the mysterious Book of Friends his grandmother left behind Not to mention this erratic lucky cat that is actually something very different called Nyanko sensei At first the chapters are rather episodic in a monster of the week style but many really touching and never boring , but somewhere along the linecharacters, supernatural and human, appear and as Natsume s friends and acquaintances expand, the plot branches out.Cover Artwork The artwork has a lovely light touch which adds to feeling of otherworldliness and gives it a sense of fragility

  3. says:

    Ok.

  4. says:

    Poor Natsume, but I m glad that he is not alone in all this the ending really got me I hope we learnabout his families past It would be really interesting to see where he comes from.

  5. says:

    OMG, I regret not buying all of these in physical copies The art style is fantastic as always.

  6. says:

    Midorikawa sensei talks herself about how this series has grown matured as its length has extended, and you can really see it This is a gorgeous example of retaining an episodic format usually not my favourite way of storytelling but increasingly ensuring the sum is so muchthan the parts Midorikawa sensei talks herself about how this series has grown matured as its length has extended, and you can really see it This is a gorgeous example of retaining an episodic format usually not my favourite way of storytelling but increasingly ensuring the sum is so muchthan the parts

  7. says:

    4 5I haven t reviewed the last few books While I do love this series, I don t tend to have a lot to say about it It s a subtle series, but it s so good.Plot lines are still very episodic, but we re getting a bigger overall plot with slow progression, as well as some recurring characters We get to see two different characters again in this volume, including Matoba and his family We get a background on their curse and how they live with it It s an interesting contrast to Natsume, and definit 4 5I haven t reviewed the last few books While I do love this series, I don t tend to have a lot to say about it It s a subtle series, but it s so good.Plot lines are still very episodic, but we re getting a bigger overall plot with slow progression, as well as some recurring characters We get to see two different characters again in this volume, including Matoba and his family We get a background on their curse and how they live with it It s an interesting contrast to Natsume, and definitely a creepy one There s a chapter focusing on Reiko, and it s a better side than we sometimes get It gives an interesting insight into Natsume s family and where he comes from.I like that we re getting to knowabout Natsume and the people around him, slowly It s nice seeing the gang of yokai that follow him, and I love getting to see his interactions with his school friends Tanuma is a sweet friend, and I like when he shows up.This is a sweet, subtle, and lovely series I love each volume, and am always looking forward to the next one Readat my blog, Geeky Reading

  8. says:

    Natsume s Book of Friends remains one of my favourite non BL manga It sometimes meanders a bit, but in this case it works for me Its strength apart from Natsume is its quiet and peaceful atmosphere, and the way it makes me believe in all the good things Not all stories resonate equally with me, but the ones that move me REALLY move me It really isn t at all like Saiyuki, but it feels like Saiyuki in that there may have been a goal once but that got lost while we meet all kinds of charact Natsume s Book of Friends remains one of my favourite non BL manga It sometimes meanders a bit, but in this case it works for me Its strength apart from Natsume is its quiet and peaceful atmosphere, and the way it makes me believe in all the good things Not all stories resonate equally with me, but the ones that move me REALLY move me It really isn t at all like Saiyuki, but it feels like Saiyuki in that there may have been a goal once but that got lost while we meet all kinds of characters and get told all sorts of stories It s a manga that almost feels purifying, and really leaves me in a good mood Now that I already have 19 volumes in English I m a bit torn but to be honest, the translation bothers me quite a bit I ll see what I ll do about it

  9. says:

    Last Natsume until volume 20 comes out It s being released on my birthday I can t decide if I should pre order it or ask for it as a gift This volume features some CREEPY DOLLS that are GENUINELY CREEPY shivers But also two very cute stories, one of which is a framing device to show usof Reiko I liked the Rock Washer one the best, though I agree with Natsume re Matoba I just can t seem to relate to him He s an interesting character, but I don t understand how his head works Last Natsume until volume 20 comes out It s being released on my birthday I can t decide if I should pre order it or ask for it as a gift This volume features some CREEPY DOLLS that are GENUINELY CREEPY shivers But also two very cute stories, one of which is a framing device to show usof Reiko I liked the Rock Washer one the best, though I agree with Natsume re Matoba I just can t seem to relate to him He s an interesting character, but I don t understand how his head works

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