Bunny Drop, Volume 4

Bunny Drop, Volume 4




Having lived with his adopted daughter, Rin, for over a year now, Daikichi still considers the female mind to be far beyond his grasp! So when his cousin Haruko shows up on his doorstep with her daughter, Reina, in tow and claims to have "run away," Daikichi is faced with navigating the twists and turns of the female psyche to get to the bottom of Haruko's situation. And ultimately, through the perspectives of both Haruko and the other parents he meets through Rin's school, Daikichi gradually begins to comprehend the many meanings of parenthood...

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780759531215
Publisher: Yen Press
Publication date: 09/20/2011
Series: Bunny Drop Series , #4
Pages: 224
Product dimensions: 5.70(w) x 8.20(h) x 0.80(d)
Age Range: 13 - 18 Years

About the Author

Yumi Unita debuted professionally in Hakusensha's YOUNG ANIMAL magazine in 1998 and has enjoyed a long and successful career working in various genres. Her series BUNNY DROP was serialized in Shodensha's FEEL YOUNG magazine from October 2005 to April 2011.

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Bunny Drop, Volume 4 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
keristars on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
The fourth volume of the Bunny Drop series continues to explore the different meanings of parenthood and how Daikichi and Rin grow together - Rin in a literal sense, as she loses her baby teeth and attends elementary school, and Daikichi more metaphorically as he gains more adult/parent friendships and accepts that the changes Rin has brought to his life are more-or-less permanent.This makes a wonderful end to the series, as it very strongly echoes or ties up the story lines introduced in the first volume. Rin and Daikichi are now a family and are ready to face any difficulties together. However, from what I understand, this is only the start to the Bunny Drop series - the fifth volume begins with a time-skip of ten years, and we see Rin in high school. I'm a bit sceptical of this plot movement, as the fourth volume is such a satisfying conclusion to the story, and I'm not sure what else needs to be said, except, perhaps, for a brief epilogue that shows Rin and Daikichi's happiness and well-being in the future.I think I will consider this to be the "end" of the series for recommendations, because it is such a wonderful ending, unless the following volumes prove to be equally delightful. It is difficult for me to imagine anything that could top these four books, though, with how well this last one ties things up.
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