Kamisama Kiss, Vol. 7

Kamisama Kiss Vol A divine comedy Reads R to L Japanese Style for audiences T Nanami Momozono is alone and homeless after her dad skips town to evade his gambling debts and the debt collectors kick her out of her apa

  • Title: Kamisama Kiss, Vol. 7
  • Author: Julietta Suzuki Tomo Kimura
  • ISBN: 9781421540252
  • Page: 289
  • Format: Paperback
  • A divine comedy Reads R to L Japanese Style , for audiences T Nanami Momozono is alone and homeless after her dad skips town to evade his gambling debts and the debt collectors kick her out of her apartment So when a man she s just saved from a dog offers her his home, she jumps at the opportunity But it turns out that his place is a shrine, and Nanami has unwittinglyA divine comedy Reads R to L Japanese Style , for audiences T Nanami Momozono is alone and homeless after her dad skips town to evade his gambling debts and the debt collectors kick her out of her apartment So when a man she s just saved from a dog offers her his home, she jumps at the opportunity But it turns out that his place is a shrine, and Nanami has unwittingly taken over his job as a local deity Mizuki loves living at the shrine with Nanami, but he hates that he has to stay behind when she goes to school He hates even that Tomoe gets to go with her But Mizuki isn t used to the human world, so Nanami thinks it s safer if he just stays put Can Mizuki become a master of the mundane, or will his secret foray into town end in disaster

    One thought on “Kamisama Kiss, Vol. 7”

    1. It's so sweet that Tomoe is (view spoiler)[ starting to develop feelings for Nanami, and even turns down a chance with his (formerly) favorite yokai geishas because he loves her so much (though he's still in denial right now) (hide spoiler)].

    2. Преполових мангата, а още и още не може да ми легне на сърцето!

    3. I remember being really mad for a while with this arc in the anime because of who Nanami brought with her, and I was still bummed about it in this, but it's still a good series. I wish there would have been more Tomoe (always) and I feel their story gets a little side-tracked in this one, but since it's all building somewhere, I don't mind that much.

    4. Tomoe's so adorable with how he waits for Nanami and misses her <3Kirihito is actually pretty cute, and I'm loving that dark side.

    5. Enjoyable manga series. Takes an hour to read from start to finish. I like the content, and it's an easy read right before falling asleep.

    6. This volume focuses on Nanami's trip to Izumo to try to protest against Kayaka's senseless test, the one that nearly broke her (or exposed her true selftake your pick). This volume also continues some of the plot threads introduced in that arc. There are a lot of reasons to love this volume. I can't give it five stars yet, because the action is so quick that there's not as much depth as I would like. However, it works very well, and Tomoe's reaction to Nanami's effect on his life made me really [...]

    7. THE GOOD Nanami: Nanami is on her way to the god conference in Izumo! But, which familiar should she take? Mizuki, who has been before and knows what he's doing? Or Tomoe, who has never been and will likely be ridiculed because he used to be a wild fox? But before she even begins to stress over all that, she has a date! with our favorite fox, Tomoe! rollercoasters and farris wheels, what could be more romantic?Tomoe and Mizuki: These two manage to shine in this volume. Mizuki with his longing to [...]

    8. A bunch of new characters are introduced, each having something mysterious and unique about them. Tomoe cracks me up so much in this volume, his attitude screams "who cares" when really he does care. Can't wait till next volume!SPOILERS::TO EVERYTHING:WARNING:Mizuki wants to explore the human world and wants Nanami to acknowledge him. Mizuki wonders how Kurama is out living in the evil aura of the human world, so he sets to find Kurama. Nanami and Tomoe go to an amusement park. Nanami becomes je [...]

    9. Kamisama Kiss is the series I look forward to reading the most. It is such a delightful story, due in part to such wonderful characters, but also because of a nicely developing plot and lovely distinctive artwork.I've come to really trust Julietta Suzuki's storytelling. From the earliest chapters, she has been developing an overarching plot that coincides nicely with Nanami's development as a kami. Each chapter in this story contributes significantly in some way - world-building, character devel [...]

    10. A few things go on during this volume. Mizuki decides to try out the human world, Tomoe and Nanami go to the amusement park and Nanami gets ready to go to Izumo. When she finally arrives at Izumo she is asked to do another task first, to seal the open gate to the world of the dead. She runs into Kirihito again in Izumo while falling through the open gate. Overall the beginning of the volume was a little slow but it picked up in the second half. There were a few revelations throughout the volume [...]

    11. This volume covers the start of the Izumo conference, leading up to when Nanami and Kirihito fall into the Netherworld. Another slight difference between the anime and the manga comes in the form of Nanami lecturing the conference host on apologizing to Kayoko as she doesn't exist in the anime. Once again, mostly consistent between the two forms. Nanami is slowly starting to worry more about being the one doing the protecting instead of always being saved as she grows into her title. A nice chan [...]

    12. This is not a strong Shojo series to begin with and this volume, a filler, makes it even weaker. Allusions to Tomoe's violent past are made but nothing is explored. Likewise, Tomoe's romantic history, mentioned several volumes ago, resurfaces briefly in the second chapter only to disappear again by the third. The Shinto references are still fascinating, but then again, I like world religions and I like Japan. Perhaps I expect too much from this book. It certainly lacks the complexity, charm, hum [...]

    13. After a few filler chapters, Nanami is off to Izumowithout Tomoe! Her protection instinct has her take Mizuki instead, in hindsight, not the best idea. Strange butterflies make an appearance again in order to aid her, but she finds most of the kami very unwelcoming towards her. Put on guard duty over the entrance to hell, things go wrong - as readers should expect them to by now.We also get to truly meet Kirihito of last volume's famed find out some worrisome information concerning his unique si [...]

    14. I love this series because it caters to my desire to read fantasy/romance novels. I will say that I'm not entirely happy with the way Tomoe treats Nanami. I can explain it away and say that he's a demon that is learning to treat her more humanely (he definitely has gotten better as the story progresses), and I know that I cannot let any man handle me so aggressively. I don't know that I'd want my kids reading this though.

    15. Ok that's it! This Kirihito is seriously creepy, and Nanami should have just left him to fall in the whole and rot! I also think she should have brought Tomoe. That last chapter about Tomoe's past was pretty interesting though. I also felt kinda sorry for Mizuki being left at the shrine all the time

    16. Bit of a filler volume but enjoyable nonetheless. Besides the ending sets up interesting things to come volume 8. Even on its worst day Kamisama Kiss is one of the better shoujo series out there. 3 stars

    17. A fun volume that shows what Mizuki did during Nanami's trials. And now I'm amped up because a villain's plot is slowly taking form, Tomoe reflects on his past, and Nanami is given a task at the Kami festival. Can't wait to see what happens in the next volum!.

    18. I don't know but it seems the art was really good in this. Not that it wasn't in the other volumes so far. The art there is also good too. Okay but good volume.

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