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

Library Wars by Sean  McCoy
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Feb 16, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: belton, manga, modern, near-future, political, romance, young-adult

This particular volume deals more with censorship than with romance, which isn't too bad considering you still get some cute moments along with the intrigue and political maneuvering. Tezuka's older brother is messing with every one, but especially Iku in an attempt to get Tezuka to leave the library and join him. Iku is now suspected of burning books because she helped carry a box of books for the person who actually burned them. Now, Dojo has to trust that she will use his advise and her own wits to get herself cleared of charges even though much of the Library's staff believes she's guilty. I can hardly wait for the next one!

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