Kimi Ni Todoke

Kimi Ni Todoke

Vol. 21 : From Me to You

Book - 2015
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As doubts bloom with spring, Sawako looks forward to White Day, when Kazehaya will give her a gift in return for the one he received on Valentine's Day.
Publisher: San Francisco, CA : 2015. VIZ Media,
ISBN: 9781421578705
Branch Call Number: YF SHII
Alternative Title: From me to you. Vol. 21

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Love_Legolas_111
Jun 06, 2015

Sexual Content: Kento suggests that he and Ayane live together in the future (and THEN get married later).

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Jun 06, 2015

Coarse Language: Mild swearing (just "d*mn") and maybe one or two instances of taking God's name in vain.

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Jun 05, 2015

[SPOILERS]
GGGGGGGGGAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHH THIS VOLUME MADE ME SO HAPPPPPPYYYYYYYYYY!!!!!!!!!!
So many things to talk about!!! It was totally worth waiting like 6 months. The characters are completely developing and showing more of their inner personalities. That is seriously the best thing about this series, and I'm so happy to see all the growth!
First thing to talk about: White Day. Can I just say that it was all really cute, just like Valentine's day?? Like, the way each guy (Kazehaya, Ryu, and Kento) did something special and unique for their girlfriend...it was legit adorable (especially for Sawako and Kazehaya *wink*).
Next thing I really loved? Ayane. Good grief, I loved the heck out of Chizu and Sawako from the beginning, but Ayane is really showing her softer, weaker side as of late and has really captured my attention. I can tell that she's realizing that she's not the person she thought she was, and she wants to discover herself, her true identity behind her mature attitude.
Another thing I really liked was that Kurumi made an appearance in this volume. To be honest, I actually like her better now that she's not all sugary and fake (like in the beginning). She may be more mean now, but I don't really care. It's more genuine. I really like how Sawako and Kurumi's relationship has evolved over the series. They're not friends, yet they're not really enemies either. They're just rivals. And somehow that fits.
The fourth thing that caught my attention in this volume? The romantic turmoil going on (mainly between Kento and Ayane and Chizu and Ryu). Chizu isn't making any progress with Ryu, even though it's obvious she doesn't want him to leave. And although Kento's affection for Ayane is sweet, I can tell that an invisible barrier still separates them. To be completely honest guys, I have a REALLY bad feeling that they're going to break up before the end of the series (I SWEAR I DON'T WANT THAT TO HAPPEN BUT I THINK I MAY HAVE TO EMOTIONALLY PREPARE MYSELF FOR IT). There are some hints about something going on between Ayane and Pin (and, I'm not digging a relationship between them; Pin's been basically an annoying jerk up to this point, and he's kinda old for her). I suppose we'll just have to wait for September and volume 22 for answers...*bites lip* I'll just be sitting here. Alone. Staring at the wall. Waiting...

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