Twin Spica, Volume: 07
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Twin Spica, Volume: 07 (Twin Spica / ふたつのスピカ English Numbering #7)

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Asumi and her friends have been granted some well deserved time off. And as the gang begins to realize how close they have become over the past year, they decide together to head off to the home of two prime members of this now tight star-gazing circle--Yuigahama. Back in the home town of Asumi and Fuchuuya the gang slowly get to learn more about the Lion Disaster and the...more
Paperback, 288 pages
Published May 3rd 2011 by Vertical (first published December 22nd 2004)
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Once the whole series is available, I might need to read it over again, as I fear I am missing a few things - largely the plot that has to do with the investigation/backstory of the Lion's crash. I'm just finding it a bit hard to follow.

Lots of stuff in this volume. Marika's story is finally revealed, although not many details related to it. It's also mentioned (in passing) that the three main female characters are the only girls that haven't washed out of training. They continue to kick butt! C...more
Sarah Sammis
Twin Spica Volume 07 by Kou Yaginuma gives Asumi and her friends a chance to bond, reveals the truth behind Marika's illness, and further tests bounds of the students' ingenuity and endurance.

Asumi and her friends vacation in her home town. It brings Marika face to face with memories she knows aren't hers but still have been compelling her throughout her life. When she goes in search of the long forgotten rocket fort at the end of the train tracks, Asumi and the others have to rescue her. That r...more
Page count is off by 100 -- it should be 286!

This was a big volume, with lots of interesting story threads. The truth about Marika is revealed, which is the biggest plot development. But as usual, for me, it's the smaller parts that touch me most. This book really shows the girls becoming a team. And Fucchy is given a more interesting part in the story. Very enjoyable.
A Marika-heavy volume, which was awesome. We also get to see Asumi's dad's relationship with her mom when they were younger, as well as some insight into Sano's grudge against Kamogawa. A lot of reveals, and hints about emotions brewing between some of the characters.
Once again a great volume to read it seems that Asumi's and the gang's friendship is getting much stronger. Mr.Lion is pretty hip in this too.
I continue to love this series for its gentle, contemplative tone and the interactions of its ensemble cast.
This series has become one of my faves. Once I have the whole series I want to re-read it.
Esos examenes tienen sentido. Pero parecen hasta ilegales.
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