Rating (Out of 5): ~4
Publisher: Shojo Beat (VIZ Media)
Release Date: May 3, 2016
Sawako Kuronuma is the perfect heroine...for a horror movie. Nicknamed "Sadako" after the haunting movie character, everyone is afraid to come near her for fear of being cursed. But her whole life changes when she befriends the most popular boy in class, Shota Kazehaya.
Even if this wasn’t such an intense volume as the previous one, I still love it to pieces.
The school year is drawing closer to an end. Yano is single and working toward her goals for school. Sawako and Kurumi are working together toward their own goals. Chizu is still struggling with Ryu’s decision, and also trying to figure out what being a couple with him is like. Kazehaya and Sawako are doing their best to spend time together and do what they can before they graduate.
Sawako has ignored her want to go to a different school far away, but it’s Kazehaya who knows that’s what she’s going to do. There’s a super sweet, sad moment between them at the end of the volume, as Sawako messes up what she tries to tell him. They just hurt my heart I love them so much.
There’s a school festival, and Sawako does her best to scare people. Sawako and Kazehaya have officially been together a year now. Chizu and Ryu even have a flirty little moment, where Chizu freaks out and ruins it. Yano and Kento are getting along relatively well, and Yano has a moment with Pin. I have been waiting for that, seriously.
There should be some serious conversations happening soon, and I’m excited and nervous for it. I can’t wait for more.
A review copy was provided by the publisher, VIZ Media, for an honest review. Thank you so, so much!