Fruits Basket, Vol. 5

Fruits Basket, Vol. 5

For a springtime treat, Shigure arranges for Tohru and the gang to spend Golden Week at the Sohmas' vacation home. On a rainy day, as the holiday draws to a close, who should make a surprise visit but Hatsuharu! But what's that he's hiding in the bundle under his arm?...

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Title:Fruits Basket, Vol. 5
Author:Natsuki Takaya
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Edition Language:English

Fruits Basket, Vol. 5 Reviews

  • Mary ♥

    5/5 stars

    I love this manga. It makes me laugh, it makes me sob, it makes me smile, it gives me the feels and overall, it warms my heart up even in the darkest days. Plus, this is probably my favorite of the manga series till now for many reasons. First of all, my favorite character (Hatori) is psychoanalyzed a lot in this.

    Second, a character that means a lot to me appears. This is Kisa, the girl who is bullied and has stopped talking due to her depression. Believe me, I know exactly how this fee

    5/5 stars

    I love this manga. It makes me laugh, it makes me sob, it makes me smile, it gives me the feels and overall, it warms my heart up even in the darkest days. Plus, this is probably my favorite of the manga series till now for many reasons. First of all, my favorite character (Hatori) is psychoanalyzed a lot in this.

    Second, a character that means a lot to me appears. This is Kisa, the girl who is bullied and has stopped talking due to her depression. Believe me, I know exactly how this feels and the whole Kisa part was bringing me in tears in every page. I just don't understand why our world is so cruel, why kids receive such heartache and depression is such a young age because of bullying. And as a victim of it for many years, I have only one thing to shout. STOP IT!

    Back to our review. I ship Kyo and Tohru so much xD This volume didn't explore the whole supernatural aspect of this story but if I guess well, we are really close to a HUGE revealing of someone's story, if the manga is following the anime's plot.

    I am just so excited because I'll read MUCH manga this month:)

    Recommended from the bottom of my heart <3

    ~Mary

  • Merb

    🐷 This volume is Kagura! 🐷

    During volume 5 of Fruits Basket, we meet the young and sweet Kisa Sohma, whose trauma from bullying has resulted in not only closing in on herself, but also resorting to failure of speech. Her fear of opening up is a mirror to Yuki of his childhood and makes him tackle the fact he has not changed head on. The emotional trauma the Sohma's have experienced is something that connects them all, and the light of positivitiy in Tohru helps open them all up to face their demo

    🐷 This volume is Kagura! 🐷

    During volume 5 of Fruits Basket, we meet the young and sweet Kisa Sohma, whose trauma from bullying has resulted in not only closing in on herself, but also resorting to failure of speech. Her fear of opening up is a mirror to Yuki of his childhood and makes him tackle the fact he has not changed head on. The emotional trauma the Sohma's have experienced is something that connects them all, and the light of positivitiy in Tohru helps open them all up to face their demons. Seeing Tohru and Kisa interact could warm anyones heart. I smile so much whenever they are together. We learn that as long as you keep trying, there is a light at the end of the tunnel.

    🐰 Next volume is Momiji! 🐰

  • Cath

    5/5

    Amazing as always. *sigh*

  • Marianna Rainolter

    Un bel volume che mette al centro vari personaggi della famiglia Soma che ritornano insieme per far casino (ovviamente). Conosciamo un nuovo membro della famiglia, la tigre nelle vesti della piccola Kisa; i suoi problemi colpiscono anche Yuki, che ha avuto un passato simile a quello della bambina e solo l’aiuto solare di Tohru la aiuterà. Poi, per tornare in tema “Yuki”, il suo fan club decide di attaccare Tohru (e le capisco pure! Insomma questa sciaquetta come si permette di stare accanto a Yu

    Un bel volume che mette al centro vari personaggi della famiglia Soma che ritornano insieme per far casino (ovviamente). Conosciamo un nuovo membro della famiglia, la tigre nelle vesti della piccola Kisa; i suoi problemi colpiscono anche Yuki, che ha avuto un passato simile a quello della bambina e solo l’aiuto solare di Tohru la aiuterà. Poi, per tornare in tema “Yuki”, il suo fan club decide di attaccare Tohru (e le capisco pure! Insomma questa sciaquetta come si permette di stare accanto a Yuki!?) e lo fa partendo dalla sua amica dai poteri psichici Hanajima, ma non andrà poi tanto bene per loro... Nel finale vediamo proprio la nostra Tohru che per un brutto voto si dispera e ammala, ma grazie all’appoggio di tutta la famiglia Soma, in particolare di Kiyo, si risolleverà per la prossima avventura. Non ci sono grandi eventi ma rimane una lettura molto piacevole: la parte con protagonista Kisa è bella e toccante perché tratta temi nei quali ci si può anche immedesimare, ma poi la serie continua con l’allegria che l’ha da sempre caratterizzata e per me questo miscuglio di divertimento e tragicità è vincete (oltre che piacevole da leggere).

  • Ferdy

    Another fun, light-hearted read.

    Even though there's not usually much of a storyline in

    , I still find the series really enjoyable. The only thing that bugs me is that the dialogue can be quite weird at times.

    I loved Tohru, Kiyo, Kisa, and Momiji's characters — they were all so cute. Kiyo was as adorably moody as ever. It was sweet how worried he was about Tohru when she got a cold, and I loved that he cooked for her and made sure she was resting. I really want them to get together,

    Another fun, light-hearted read.

    Even though there's not usually much of a storyline in

    , I still find the series really enjoyable. The only thing that bugs me is that the dialogue can be quite weird at times.

    I loved Tohru, Kiyo, Kisa, and Momiji's characters — they were all so cute. Kiyo was as adorably moody as ever. It was sweet how worried he was about Tohru when she got a cold, and I loved that he cooked for her and made sure she was resting. I really want them to get together, but that probably won't happen until one of the last volumes.

  • Becky

    I love how the narrator gets increasingly snarky.

    "I'm sure they're just fine!" ("They're not fine.")

    "STOP MANIPULATING HER!" ("Now they're being manipulated.")

    So much sass from you right now.

  • Victoria

    I enjoyed this one. It was much sadder than the rest. I think the reason why Tohru has become so depressed over not doing well in school is not because she's being overdramatic, but because she has set her expectations so high. She promised her mom who has since passed away that she'd graduate and now feels like a failure.

  • Sarah Churchill

    This one felt a little like 'filler' story-wise, but it was nice to see Tohru being something other than super-sickly-positive all of the time. I do love that about her, but a little weakness made her feel a bit more realistic. Otherwise I'm not sure anything actually happened in this volume. Good job I have the next one waiting for me ;)

  • Lucyˎˊ˗

    Me encanta

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