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The Media Betterment Committee has censored an exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in Iku's hometown! Iku's top-ranked Library Forces team must train the local troops to defend the freedom of speech using all means necessary... but soon some in the local


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Kasahara and the Laundry Days 10 août 2013
Par shardinea - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Laundry days. That's what I'm going to call this book, because Dojo goes with Iku to do her laundry like three times...

Just kidding. Well, I mean its true, but this is really a great addition to the series too. I love how Iku is becoming more aware of her feelings for Dojo and how clearly concerned and personal he is with her. Lots more crying and comforting in this book, but you know you love it. This is sort of a build-up to Iku's first real battle on the Task Force which happens at the library in her own home town. If you've been following the series, I'm sure you can imagine some of the drama that ensues from that. This volume was slightly more predictable than some of the others, but it was no less enjoyable to read.

April is a long ways away....
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Great Volume 20 août 2013
Par Cliente Amazon - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Really touching her struggle with beeing who she is and saying to her family. I just think that on 10th volume they could have made more progress on the whole iku-Dojo situation. But it's a japanese manga, and they tend to go really slow...
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Back to the War Against Censorship 10 octobre 2013
Par Nicola Mansfield - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This volume gets back to the sci-fi element of the plot and deals with Iku's relationship with her parents as the team is sent to her home town to work on a censorship issue at the library there. I mentioned a couple of books ago that I was ready for more action here, rather than just the romance angle so was well-pleased to enjoy this story. Iku and Dojo's relationship plays only a small part here but it is fun to watch them be together at this awkward stage. I love it when Dojo calls her "blockhead" like he used to in the past but this time it seems like a term of endearment. I'm glad this series is managing to keep the censorship plot going along with the side stories. The book ends in the middle of the action keeping us anxious for the next book which unfortunately we'll have to wait for until April 2014!
good character development 4 décembre 2013
Par SogeKing - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Good character development in this volume. In this volume our librarian heroes have to go to a museum to help defend an art exhibit that might be considered "offensive" by the MBC. In doing so, they must assist their regional colleagues who have been emasculated by their local chiefs who have adopted a passive, non-violent philosophy. Of course, when your opposition the MBC comes in with guns and riot shields, this approach is really dumb, and our heroes, particularly Genda, must knock some sense into their silly heads. Genda has a good moment in this volume. So does Iku, who has several opportunities to assert herself, first in front of her mom, and then, in front of the other librarians who resent her for being a lone female member of the defense force.

This volume again raises themes of femininity. Iku's mom apparently is unhappy with her daughter for not turning out to be the feminine daughter that she wanted. Since Iku spent all her time growing up with her brothers, is quite athletic for a woman, and now enjoys a manly occupation fighting using guns, and by the way isn't pretty enough and only wears A cups, she is a disappointment to mother. This portrayal is not entirely convincing however, since Iku's character design is quite attractive and pleasing to the eye, so for her to consider herself not pretty, just doesn't work for me. It's like saying the girl from "She's All That" isn't pretty when in reality all you needed to do was take her glasses off, change her clothes, and redo her hair. If the author was really serious about this theme she would have made her as plain looking as Tae Kojima from Gantz.

Some development is given to the relationship between Iku and Dojo, but not much. One hand holding moment holds special significance for Iku. (Is this the Library Defense Force, or are we still in high school?) In typical shoujo fashion, this relationship is moving very slowly. It took 9 volumes just for Iku to realize that Dojo was her "prince." It will probably take 9 more volumes for her to actually let him know she likes him. And then 9 more for Dojo to let her know that he likes her too. What doesn't make sense is that Iku is still jealous of Shibazaki because she casually mentioned one time that she would go after Dojo. I thought they were best friends. You would think, even though it was never portrayed, that Shibazaki would mention to Iku she actually did make an attempt to pursue him and got shot down. For Iku to still be thinking about that is strange. What's more interesting is the will-they or won't-they aspect of the relationship between Tezuka and Shibazaki. I'm looking forward to seeing how that progresses in future volumes.
So good 14 septembre 2014
Par Jude - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
~4-4.5/5

[More of my reviews are available on my blog, Geeky Reading, to which there's a link on my profile.]

I’m all caught up now! It went by much too quickly, and now I have to wait with everyone else.

There’s another censoring article that goes up at the beginning of the volume, featuring a famous guy. And this really just made me angry at the MBA even more, because the censoring was just ridiculous. But I’m biased, because of my general thoughts on the topic.

Then the group goes to stay and help a smaller library that’s having a controversial art exhibit. The people running the library are frustrating. And the whole thing is hard on Iku, sadly; but Dojo does good at helping her with it. And they’re just going off into possible battle at the end of the volume.

Then there’s a cherry blossom viewing side story at the end. And it was cute, mainly because of how hard Iku works to view it with Dojo. I love Iku and Dojo and it’s so cute now that Iku has realized her feelings. I really hope something happens between them soon, because really, how long is it going to be pushed off?

So the next volume is still a while away, sadly. I can’t wait for it to get here.
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