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Title : Library Wars: Love and War 10
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ISBN : 18170125
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 200 Pages
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Library Wars: Love and War 10 Reviews

  • Carrie (The Butterfly Reader)
    2018-10-23 13:50

    Sorry that my reviews are getting so short... I've been writing these on my phone since we got our internet disconnected for the move. Anyway, this volume really shows how much that Iku is growing into such a wonderful and strong character. When they are called to another library she doesn't let those stupid bullies get to her and she finds a way to make it better for the others there. I've never seen a manga with such a wonderful character arc. The action is awesome and the romance is adorable. Also... the plot is great. The art is epic. I can't not sing this manga's praise. It's worth it. If you've not read this manga, you should change that ASAP. So worth it!

  • Kristine Hansen
    2018-10-17 13:02

    You ever get that feeling that something really big is about to happen? Yeah, things are ramping up. All this for the sake of a piece of art? Ah...so many things are at stake here...

  • Stephanie - Adventures Thru Wonderland
    2018-11-07 19:08

    Tensions are rising as the team visits another library to offer assistance against the MBC. Kasahara makes some new friends with fellow agents in the library defence corp, and puts a bully in her place. But will her determination and strong spirit be enough for the battle to come?

  • Frances
    2018-10-29 12:01

    I felt hurt with how Iku's mother saw her only daughter. I understand somewhat where she is coming from, but I really don't agree with it. It's not enough that Iku's her daughter, she wants a particular type, one that is quiet and delicate- that's not fair.

  • Elizabeth
    2018-10-26 20:10

    This is my current favorite ongoing manga series. I love the concept, and the way the issues with censorship are presented do not bog down the story. It’s a little more action oriented than many shojo manga, but this suits both the plot and the combination of drama and comedy. I love the characters. The core cast is incredibly engaging, and their dynamics make for both great comedy and great drama. I give it four out five stars.

  • E.S.
    2018-10-28 14:50

    So, Kasahara got on my nerves really bad in this volume. Okay, that's kind of a lie, because she was also a badass. I think it's because she OBVIOUSLY LIKES DOJO AND HE OBVIOUSLY LIKES HER BUT NOTHING IS HAPPENING. I have been in this situation before and it's frustrating. Just TELL EACH OTHER HOW YOU FEEL. Also, I think she got on my nerves because I act exactly like Kasahara when I like someone. Embarrassing.

  • C
    2018-10-16 17:49

    5/5One of my favourite mangas! Love the plot love the characters!

  • Katie
    2018-11-09 15:08

    see full review @ Katie's Corner

  • Mello ❣ Illium ✮Harry✮ ☀Myrnin☀ Torin Ichimaru
    2018-10-31 13:52

    Synopsis:The Media Betterment Committee has censored an exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in Iku’s hometown! Iku’s top-ranked Library Forces team must train the local troops to defend the freedom of speech using any means necessary...but the librarians there resent her position and aren't shy about making their feelings known. Soon Iku's parents catch wind of her secret life as a member of the Library Forces, with disastrous results!My Thoughts:I stayed up much later than I should have and blazed through v.7-9. Lots of things have happened since I wrote my last review. Tezuka's older brother has been causing all sorts of trouble because he wants Tezuka by his side working together to stamp out censorship. But ever since Satoshi put his plan together years ago, Tezuka has felt distanced from him because he doesn't agree with the way Satoshi wants to do things. They hadn't spoken for something like 5 years, but now Satoshi is working hard to get Tezuka working with him. He even puts in a nasty plan to make him give in by going after Iku. When it doesn't work, he tries other things, but Tezuka won't change his mind. Meanwhile, I think Tezuka is developing feelings for Shibazaki. I think she may be developing some for him, too, but I'm not certain, yet.Iku, though, definitely has feelings for Dojo now that she knows the truth. Satoshi spills the beans out of spite, I bet. Iku has no idea what to do about it at first, but she starts getting a better handle on things eventually. She gets flustered still and in remembering Shibazaki's words about getting serious about Dojo, she starts to feel jealous because she's sure he'd choose Shibazaki over her. She feels awful because she feels like she's betraying Shibazaki's kindness by feeling this way. When she breaks down in front of Dojo over it, he doesn't understand why, but he does comfort her which only makes her fall deeper for him.Anyway, in this volume, the Task Force goes to Ibaraki, Iku's hometown, to assist the Defense Force there in protecting a museum under attack for showing a painting that the MBC finds offense. Things are pretty bad there when they arrive and they learn from Shibazaki and Satoshi that the Defense Force there is treated like crap by the Librarians and Director. Iku in particular is treated very badly there and her mother ends up finding about her real job which leads to a really bad confrontation. Perhaps it'll put them on the road to recovery when it comes to their relationship. I hope so, anyway. Iku ends up handling that situation with the mean girls really well, though. I felt proud of her.Now we're to the day of the Task Force and Ibaraki Defense Force working together in order to keep the MBC from stealing the painting before it can be put up for viewing. This could get dangerous, so I'm rooting for everyone. I thought I'd have a long wait for v.11, but it looks like it comes out next week. Thank goodness! I've really come to enjoy reading this series.

  • Elizabeth
    2018-10-20 16:59

    The MBC caves to social pressure & removes the word 'barber' from their censorship list, giving the Task Force hope that their efforts are slowly working. But their next assignment promises to be more challenging. The Ibaraki Library, which shares grounds with an art museum, is hosting an anti-censorship exhibit & the MBC are threatening a raid. The Library Task Force arrives & finds the force at Mito base has been severely compromised by the head librarian's extreme pacifist views. Admin staff bully the soldiers at every chance. The Task Force make it part of their mission to report every incident & to help bolster their fellow combatants. Dojo & Kasahara grow closer as he listens to her struggles in the women's barracks & Tezuka & Shibazaki rely on one another more as they try to puzzle out the ties between various factions. Kasahara's parents arrive at Mito base when tipped off anonymously about her real job. After an emotional confrontation that has been in the works since issue 3, Kasahara prepares for the MBC raid on the museum.Readers can breath another sigh of relief now that Kasahara has finally come clean with her parents. Her confrontation with her mom is so emotional & could have easily gone off the rails (infinite slap fight anyone?) but the support of both Dojo & Kasahara's dad help defuse the scene. This issue has been more & more about Kasahara pulling away or trying to isolate herself, which is something I wouldn't have expected of her given that she's so open & concerned about others. But the reactions of her Mito comrades, Dojo & her father all keep her from drifting away.As for the others, I still don't like that Tezuka keeps talking to his brother. I get that he's trying to impress Shibazaki & help his team but Satoshi is just slimy. As a reader, I still worry that Tezuka is the weak link because he's so driven to seek approval. But as I continue through the series, he keeps resisting being separated from his company. I wonder whether I've taken a stereotypical view here or if I've misread some of the narrative clues. Onto the next issue!

  • Joss
    2018-10-23 16:53

    August 2013: If I could give this volume a Stars-Off-the-Charts rating, I would ^_^This volume attacked my feelings with gusto. All of the Iku x Dojo moments had my heart beating erratically, all the jokes had me laughing my ass off.Chapter 47 was amazing. I liked that we see a different side of Iku, a side even she didn't know she had. Although initially it was weird to see her so jealous, you come to understand why, and it left me feeling very sympathetic.I also loved all the Tezuka x Shibazaki in the first chapter. Shibazaki sure isn't making it easy for him! But I love those two ^_^Now, the serious stuff. The raid at the art show is about to begin, and.. well, allow me to explain:I've watched the Library Wars anime start to finish many, many times, and if the story in the manga will follow what transpired in the anime, then holy mother of ducks I'm scared for what will happen in the next volume. I mean, I could barely handle the fallout in the anime, let alone in the manga, where I have access to Iku's thoughts. I think I, emotionally speaking, will not survive the next volume. Oh gods.But just generally, this volume was outstanding. The artwork, the story, the character development.. GAH! AMAZING! Second to none (like Shibazaki's intelligence network) (Volume 10 reference right there for ya).I can't flipping wait until the next volume!!!..Aaaand I just checked when Volume 11 comes out. Let's just say that there was a lot of hair pulling and wide eyes and even a strangled cry.April. Fucking. First. 2014.I.. Can't!!! *dies in a corner* Regenerate me in 8 AND A HALF MONTHS (OH GODS KILL ME NOW) PLEASE.

  • Holly Letson
    2018-11-05 11:54

    Iku Kasahara is a character that I really love. She never backs down from anyone, and is very tomboyish, all the while being our main female character in this series.-------------- As it turns out, Iku has 2 things to worry about. One being that she is head-over-heels in love with Instructor Dojo, but does not want him to find out. And, the second being that she is having to return to her hometown with the task force soon to help protect the library there, and she doesn't want her parents to find out. Luck is somewhat on her side about the first one, but as she thought, the second one was bound to happen. Her parents do end up visiting the hometown library, after a librarian bent on spiting Kasahara calls them. Her father is quite approving on her job, but her mother wants her to be a "little lady" and return home. So, Kasahara lets loose on her, releasing all the pent-up frustrations she has felt towards her for all these years. Of course, that doesn't go well. But, the story moves past it into the true focal point...and, then just ends. We know that the task force will end up protecting "Freedom"--the main museum piece--but, we are not shown them doing so. It's a cliffhanger ending, but I don't mind, since it shows me that there will be more volumes, and I love this series.--------------- This volume was provided to me as an eManga by VIZ Media, via Edelweiss, in exchange for an honest review. All opinions expressed here are my own.

  • Judy (Geeky Reading)
    2018-10-26 16:00

    ~4-4.5/5[Read more at my blog, Geeky Reading!]I’m all caught up now! It went by much too quickly, and now I have to wait with everyone else.There’s another censoring article that goes up at the beginning of the volume, featuring a famous guy. And this really just made me angry at the MBA even more, because the censoring was just ridiculous. But I’m biased, because of my general thoughts on the topic.Then the group goes to stay and help a smaller library that’s having a controversial art exhibit. The people running the library are frustrating. And the whole thing is hard on Iku, sadly; but Dojo does good at helping her with it. And they’re just going off into possible battle at the end of the volume.Then there’s a cherry blossom viewing side story at the end. And it was cute, mainly because of how hard Iku works to view it with Dojo. I love Iku and Dojo and it’s so cute now that Iku has realized her feelings. I really hope something happens between them soon, because really, how long is it going to be pushed off? So the next volume is still a while away, sadly. I can’t wait for it to get here.

  • Sereneblaze
    2018-10-31 16:00

    In the near future, the federal government creates a committee to rid society of books it deems unsuitable. The libraries vow to protect their collections, and with the help of local governments, form a military group to defend themselves--the Library Forces!The Media Betterment Committee has censored an exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in Iku’s hometown! Iku’s top-ranked Library Forces team must train the local troops to defend the freedom of speech using any means necessary...but the librarians there resent her position and aren't shy about making their feelings known. Soon Iku's parents catch wind of her secret life as a member of the Library Forces, with disastrous results!The series continues. Things are going on in Iku's hometown both with the censorship of an exhibition and with the ill feelings going on at that library branch. Also Iku is still hiding what she exactly she actually does in the library. How will things turn out? Great story, pretty art, and would definitely recommend.

  • Kathlyn
    2018-11-06 15:02

    Oh Library Wars. Where do I begin? First, after reading another graphic novel, March (Book One) I was expecting a similar format to the novel. Instead, I was pretty surprised to learn that reading a manga novel was the total opposite. After a couple of pages, I was able to read comfortablely. I loved the storyline and the comical characters. The authur really was able to make the story a fun read for middle school students. I enjoyed reading about how the library world can be in the future, and how censorship is a definite issue that shouldn't be taken lightly. I was; however, a little confused with the substories within the graphic novel. I had to go back a reread a few pages to understand some of it. As a librarian, I would give this book to any student who is interested in graphic, manga and comic books. More specifically, Japanese culture. The story is well written and creative. Overall, I really enjoyed the novel, and would recommend this book for others to read.

  • Nicola Mansfield
    2018-10-18 16:58

    This volume gets back to the sci-fi element of the plot and deals with Iku's relationship with her parents as the team is sent to her home town to work on a censorship issue at the library there. I mentioned a couple of books ago that I was ready for more action here, rather than just the romance angle so was well-pleased to enjoy this story. Iku and Dojo's relationship plays only a small part here but it is fun to watch them be together at this awkward stage. I love it when Dojo calls her "blockhead" like he used to in the past but this time it seems like a term of endearment. I'm glad this series is managing to keep the censorship plot going along with the side stories. The book ends in the middle of the action keeping us anxious for the next book which unfortunately we'll have to wait for until April 2014!

  • Rachel
    2018-11-07 15:06

    In this volume, the enemy of the Library Task Force (the Media Betterment Committee) is censoring a piece of artwork in the Museum of Modern Art in the hometown of Kasahara, and she is chosen along with Dojo and the others to represent the Task Force in the town. They are going to protect the freedom of speech of the artist. The only problem with this is that Kasahara's parents do not like the idea of her being in the Task Force to begin with, as they say it is unladylike. Once there, Kasahara is tormented by the female librarians, who do not like that she is there with the Task Force. She manages to work her way through it and holds her own, which Dojo praises. The bonus manga was very fascinating, and makes me wonder if Dojo really likes Kasahara as well. Can't wait till the next volume comes out! Recommended for ages 13+, 4 stars.

  • Tracey
    2018-10-28 20:08

    Shojo manga in all its "for girls!" flavor never appealed to me, the shonen-leaning, gimme-some-fighting reader . . . and then Library Wars came along. Oh, dear. The paramilitary structure of the library task force and its attendant dangers are juxtaposed with the deepening, frustrating attraction between gawky, honest Iku and hardnosed, stifled Dojo. Their interactions shift through humor and romantic tension to action and emotional drama, sometimes in a single page. This formula shouldn't work nearly as well on me as it does. Such a story arc wouldn't normally lure me in and get me all mushy and rooting for these two, but it does, oh, it does. Bring in an intriguing, likeable supporting cast with their own engaging subplots, and, well, now I'm a sucker for them all.

  • Miss
    2018-10-29 11:50

    oh man tezuka and shibazaki are so CUTE? look at him trying so hard to be a spy just to help her out! look at her method of comforting him when he feels like he's not doing enough! (she's the best at information gathering, you can't possibly try to compete with her! oh shibazaki, only you xD this is how you know they're meant for each other, tezuka knows to accept that as the kindness it's meant as)also iku was a boss this volume with her shibazaki inspired put downs. :D now that i think about it this was secretly an entire volume about how incredibly baller shibazaki is, like she doesn't show up all that much but her influence is really felt! i continue to love her a lot <34 stars

  • Sarah Hayes
    2018-10-25 18:57

    In the last volume, we saw the Media Betterment Committee lose their mind over an article that dared to use the word 'barber' - and that a citizens' group sued them for their censorship efforts. The battle against silencing speech has only started, though, as another fight starts as another ends, all in the conflict between MBC and the Library Forces. And as the Library Forces get heated in Ibaraki, poor Iku can't help but get heated over Dojo and the possibility of her parents finding out what she really does every day. What's a girl in uniform to do?You can read my complete review of LIBRARY WARS volume 10 at my blog, Nagareboshi Reviews: http://nagareboshi-reviews.blogspot.com/

  • Kate
    2018-11-08 16:49

    Finally, Iku has to face her family directly for working in secret on the Library defense force (rather than as a studious librarian). She really seems to grow and learn from her superiors' actions. She starts to assert herself more against the harassment she endures at her local library. And also Tezuka and Shibazaki each play at flirting and intel to gain the upper hand on their enemies. I can't wait to read on and see how they develop more in the next volumes; where they'll be protecting the museum exihibitions.

  • Soobie can't sleep at night
    2018-11-07 14:53

    Iku goes back to her hometown to fight a war for a painting representing Freedom. Too bad that her mother doesn't know what she does for a living. Problems arise, obviously. and Iku gets harassed again...The politics behind the story is a bit twisted and I lost myself every now and then. I still think that Tezuka is way better than Dojo. I really like the Shibazaki-Tezuka subplot.On to volume 11! But, jeez, I bought volume 13 as well but I can't seem to find it. Where do I misplace it? SIGH

  • Julie Akeman
    2018-11-13 19:06

    I loved this one. Kasahara had to stand up for herself twice, and she is quite the most admirable character I have come across. Nice to see her setteling her crush on Dojo down and leaving the 'Prince' image behind. Great character development and story, it is my favorite Magna and I don't really read that much Magna, but when this came to the library I knew I had to read it. I work as a page and the books were too tempting with the title Library Wars on it. Now I am ready to read the next one.

  • Lara
    2018-10-24 14:01

    Lots happening in this volume, with the gang headed to a controversial art exhibit in order to protect the opening. Iku deals with some bullies (and in a pretty great way), and because of them also finally has a confrontation with her mother over what she's doing for a living and about who she is and what's important to her. She also realizes she has an ally in her father. I suppose the actual battle will happen in the next volume, and Iku will be on the front lines. How will it all turn out? Well, probably fine in the end...

  • Bry
    2018-10-23 18:53

    Ok so I think that might just be my favorite volume of this manga. So much happened plot wise, so many emotions, and so much relationship growth across all involved. Iku had a lot of firsts in this volume - her first bout with jealousy, her first time being a leader to other girls, so awesome to watch her development. No to mention dealing with several new developments that kept her on her toes. I am so enjoying this series, and can see myself rereading this volume many a time!!

  • Kaz
    2018-10-24 13:07

    Why am I reading this? As much as I love this series, I hate it as well. Why can't it have more action and a bit more romance. Iku and dojo clearly like each other so hurry up and get it on already! Plus what is with the old fashioned story of iku's mum saying she can't be in the armed forces because she is a girl? I thought we moved through this repressed era??? Still I am bloody hooked on this series. Eagerly anticipating the next edition.

  • Kate
    2018-11-09 18:14

    Why am I reading this series again? Oh, yeah, that's right: librarians with guns. It's just that it's so over-the-top that I simply cannot take this story seriously (and I wish I could because everyone in it is so dang serious, so what gives?). I'll keep with it (thank you, library!), but it's not one of my must-reads.

  • اليازية خليفة
    2018-11-05 17:18

    I didn't tolerate the scene when the daughter slapped her mother. Especially when it is a page in a japanese manga; a culture in which; at a stage, family means a lot. How far do we want to go to achieve our own dreams? Do you really want to leave your family behind? I'm sure there is always a way to balance if we want to find that way.

  • Rachel
    2018-10-18 13:02

    Oh no, I've caught up. What am I going to do with myself now? I really love how they portray Iku's internally struggling with her emotions, not only the words but the illustrations and even the layout of the pages feel so accurate! I think I've said this before but it still holds true. Can't wait for the next one!!

  • Sandy
    2018-10-16 17:04

    It's finally hitting me now that Kasahara cries a lot. Whether it's good or bad, girl always has tears falling from her eyes. But whatever, those tears get Instructor Dojo to comfort her soooooo. Hehe. Things are getting cray with censorship and Kasahara and her crew have to fight!!! I'm bias and totally love this series so far.