Monday, January 23, 2017

Manga Review: Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches, Volume 9, by Miki Yoshikawa

Rating (Out of 5): ~4
Publisher: Kodansha Comics
Release Date: July 2016
Volumes: 26+
Spoilers?: Yes.
Volume: 1. 8. 10.

Goodreads Synopsis:

Kiss and Wake up Yamada has managed to find the seventh witch and protect Shiraishi, but the final witch’s memoryerasing powers have a troubling effect on the Supernatural Studies Club. Facing a world where his friends don’t remember him, Yamada and Tamaki discover that to solve their problems, they need to go back to basics: kissing! Using his dupication powers and the help of a few unlikely allies, he may be able to restore what he’s lost…but his plans to outwit the seventh witch’s power don’t go unnoticed by the crafty Student Council.


After that confession, it's not surprising that Yamada gets rejected. Though it only leads to more confusion, as he tries figuring out who Urara is in love with, and what in her memory has changed with him gone from it. All the possible opportunities he had.
Nene shows up, and we find out a flaw in the seventh witches power. An intriguing solution, and a new change for Nene, as well. It should be interesting to see what happens next. I like that this series is introducing new things in every volume, and that it's not just staying stale with one plot point.
I'm a rather big fan of this series at this point. I'm looking forward to catching up.

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