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Kimi ni Todoke: From Me to You, Vol. 10 Paperback – September 6, 2011

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Book 10 of 25 in the Kimi ni Todoke Series

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About the Author

Karuho Shiina was born and raised in Hokkaido, Japan. Though Kimi ni Todoke is only her second series following many one-shot stories, it has already racked up accolades from various "Best Manga of the Year" lists. Winner of the 2008 Kodansha Manga Award for the shojo category, Kimi ni Todoke also placed fifth in the first-ever Manga Taisho (Cartoon Grand Prize) contest in 2008. In Japan, an animated TV series debuted in October 2009, and a live-action film released in 2010.

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Product Details

  • Series: KIMI NI TODOKE (Book 10)
  • Paperback: 184 pages
  • Publisher: VIZ Media LLC; Original edition (September 6, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1421538229
  • ISBN-13: 978-1421538228
  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.6 x 7.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #392,324 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Vol. 10 starts off with a bang as Sawako runs to find Kazehaya to confess her feelings once and for all. This results in a very cute moment for the two, which I'm sure you'll enjoy after all this waiting. The rest of this volume has the two clarifying their feelings (which takes a bit of time, of course) and dealing with their classmates' reactions. We finally see our two main characters together and each chapter progresses their relationship through different aspects. Just to reassure you, they are definitely going out by the end.

With all of the misunderstandings that have occurred, it's nice to see Sawako and Kazehaya take precautions so that no more can materialize. Their dealings with their classmates are not as frustrating as they may sound, especially when a certain someone comes to Sawako's defense. As accusations pop up, Kazehaya makes sure to clear them up quickly. While not every single problem is immediately handled in this volume, we get the sense that it will take a lot to dissolve their relationship. There's one potential bump caused by our precious Pin that comes off as a bit silly, but it's resolved in a humorous manner very quickly. I do have to agree with Yano when she states that she's getting pretty tired of correcting Sawako when she wonders out loud if Kazehaya believes that she uses black magic. Hopefully from here on out there are less problems like that for our couple. Overall, this majority of this volume remains dedicated to the two and contains many cute moments that should leave you satisfied.

For those of you who just want to read where the second season of the anime ends, I'd start with the next book (vol. 11). Vol. 10 ends with Sawako heading to inform Kurumi. The anime follows this book down to almost every detail, so you won't really learn anything new.
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In this volume, Sawako and Kazehaya finally, finally get their feelings across to each other at the school festival. They're both incredibly happy, and Sawako has to keep reminding herself that it's not a dream. There's some confusion among their schoolmates whether they're really a couple, but Kazehaya does his best to clear this up. Pin actually has some helpful advice this time around, before almost causing another big misunderstanding. Finally, Sawako worries about how Kurumi will feel when she finds out about the new relationship.

"Kimi ni Todoke" had been dragging for the past couple of volumes for me, but this one totally renewed my interest. Sawako and Kazehaya are just too adorable together. They're the picture of first love, blushing and making embarrassing statements to each other. It gave me a case of the warm fuzzies. And I love it that the manga doesn't take them too seriously. It doesn't not take them seriously, either. Actually, it doesn't really comment one way or the other. This is no small feat when you're still showing all of the emotion and telling the story through the eyes of the main characters. I think this is what makes "Kimi ni Todoke" more realistic and poignant than a lot of other sugary shojo manga. It's also just hilarious to see the other characters teasing the new couple. On a final note, it was good to see Pin give be serious for a couple of scenes. He's one of my favorite characters, and I'm always glad to see his best side.

I'm sure Sawako and Kazehaya still have more challenges ahead in their relationship, but it seems that all the confusion between them is over. Looking forward to seeing how their relationship develops from now on!
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Ahhhh, I love this series. I have been waiting to read this volume for over a month now, and I have the next volume waiting for me, and I want to read it. So bad. This volume was adorable. It was just full of adorable. There was nothing not adorable about this book (except maybe the end of it, but we'll talk about that later). And I loved it.
So the last volume left off with Sawako going to talk to Kazehaya to tell him her feelings. This one starts with her finding him in the classroom. Where she talks to him, and he's stunned and then pulls her in to the room and holds her. There are little scenes of their friends talking in between this, and trying not to let anyone interrupt them, and several of the panels show the classroom, and scenic things to set the mood. It's very sweet. And then Joe, Kazehaya's stupid friend, comes into the room to talk to him about food and completely ruins it. (Why would he do this to them? Or, you know, me?) And then Kazehaya is bummed because that was important stuff, and Sawako is embarrassed, and the chapter ends with her talking to her friends. Pin, their teacher, also interrupts things a couple of times, trying to be smart and give advice while also doing something that will help him.
In the second chapter, Sawako and her friends and everyone else is getting ready for some school festival. They stay up all night to do it, and they perform the stuff. I didn't even remember this from the previous volume, although I caught on, because all I was worried about, and cared about, was Sawako and Kazehaya talking things out. That was much more important. Anyway, they perform it, and Kazehaya has a talk with Sawako, and ends up confessing that they feel the same way in front of everyone.
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