Fruits Basket, Volume 6

Fruits Basket, Volume 6

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by Natsuki Takaya
     
 
This exciting calendar grows out of the best selling Fruits Basket manga book series written by Natsuki Takaya.

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This exciting calendar grows out of the best selling Fruits Basket manga book series written by Natsuki Takaya.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781591826088
Publisher:
TOKYOPOP
Publication date:
12/01/2004
Series:
Fruits Basket Series, #6
Edition description:
Right-to-Left Format
Pages:
208
Product dimensions:
7.04(w) x 7.30(h) x 0.66(d)
Age Range:
13 - 17 Years

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Fruits Basket, Volume 6 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 75 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This was my favorite volume!!! It was really touching and sad!! I really liked Shishou, how fatherly he is towards Kyo, and it was so surprising when you see kyo's 'true form' Now I get what Kagura meant when she said that. Plus, I really loved Yuki and Tohru visiting Ayame's shop. Ayame's greeting was so typical of him!
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SleepDreamWrite More than 1 year ago
In this volume, seems there's some drama when Kyo shows his true form. And of course there's some moments later on.
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Can't go wrong with Fruits Basket. Beautiful art and design. A great story.
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psylence More than 1 year ago
This volume is definitely a lot more serious and dramatic than previous volumes. There's also a lot more teenage angst, but I feel that this is a necessary evil in order to develop the story and is handled well enough where it doesn't seen like a distraction. Thankfully, it's also balanced out by the volume ending on a light-hearted chapter starring the flamboyant Ayame. Overall, this volume may have a much darker mood than its predecessors but it doesn't detract from the quality at all.
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