Jessica's Reviews > Library Wars: Love & War, Vol. 7

Library Wars by Kiiro Yumi
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Feb 23, 12

really liked it
bookshelves: manga
Read on February 22, 2012

Less comedy, romance or fighting than in previous volume, replaced instead with more suspense and intrigue.

The plot focus is heavily on the ethics of censorship and partisan politics within the library system. It does provide more information about how the two government forces can be fighting each other (the Library vs. the pro-censorship faction), which is helpful. We also get more information about Hikaru's brother (is he a total baddie or can he be redeemed? With this series, it's hard to know which direction the author will take things).

Warning: there's a cliffhanger ending involving Iku -- she inadvertently got herself intro trouble that Dojo may not be able to help her out of -- and the next volume isn't going to be released until September! *sob*

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02/22/2012 page 5
3.0% "We're starting off talking about the ethics if posting negative reviews on a library website."

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message 1: by Lorena (new)

Lorena I've read the first two in the series - I guess I need to read the rest!

Jessica I really enjoy them - both the silly and the serious parts. It does get way less bootcamp-y after the first few volumes.

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