Kaze Hikaru, Vol. 21

Kaze Hikaru, Vol. 21

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by Taeko Watanabe
     
 

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After Hijikata grows suspicious of Soji's feelings about Sei, he reassigns Sei to the third troop under Saito's command. Soji, puzzled by his own recent irrational behavior toward Sei, attempts to distance himself from her. Sei, in turn, interprets this as Soji's realization of her feelings for him and decides that she can no longer serve as a bushi alongside him.

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After Hijikata grows suspicious of Soji's feelings about Sei, he reassigns Sei to the third troop under Saito's command. Soji, puzzled by his own recent irrational behavior toward Sei, attempts to distance himself from her. Sei, in turn, interprets this as Soji's realization of her feelings for him and decides that she can no longer serve as a bushi alongside him. She goes to visit Suigetsuni, a nun who knew Sei in her former life as a girl, to discuss renouncing the world and entering the convent!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781421573175
Publisher:
VIZ Media
Publication date:
12/24/2013
Series:
Kaze Hikaru Series , #21
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Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
192
Sales rank:
353,730
File size:
77 MB
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Meet the Author

Taeko Watanabe debuted as a manga artist in 1979 with her story Waka-chan no Netsuai Jidai (Love Struck Days of Waka). Kaze Hikaru is her longest-running series, but she has created a number of other popular series. Watanabe is a two-time winner of the prestigious Shogakukan Manga Award in the girls category--her manga Hajime-chan go Ichiban! (Hajime-chan is Number One!) claimed the award in 1991 and Kaze Hikaru took it in 2003. Watanabe read hundreds of historical sources to create Kaze Hikaru. She is from Tokyo.

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Kaze Hikaru, Volume 21 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
SleepDreamWrite More than 1 year ago
Yeah a lot of emotions going around with these two. And of course its one of those story lines, where one thinks by distancing themselves from the other, and the other thinks it means this and that. And yeah, like I said, emotions in this one. Still, this one was good. And huh, 21 volumes in already. Cool.