Fruits Basket, Vol. 23
Natsuki Takaya
Unlimited [Comics Book] ☆ Fruits Basket, Vol. 23 - by Natsuki Takaya ✓
Jun 16, 2019 - 12:28 PM By Natsuki Takaya

La mal diction qui pesait depuis des si cles sur la vie des principaux membres de la famille S ma a enfin t lev e Ky et les douze autres membres anciennement maudits sont maintenant lib r s de la magie noire singuli re qui les transformait r guli rement en l un des douze animaux de l astrologie chinoise Chacun et chacune peut donc commencer une nouvelle vie en touteLa mal diction qui pesait depuis des si cles sur la vie des principaux membres de la famille S ma a enfin t lev e Ky et les douze autres membres anciennement maudits sont maintenant lib r s de la magie noire singuli re qui les transformait r guli rement en l un des douze animaux de l astrologie chinoise Chacun et chacune peut donc commencer une nouvelle vie en toute libert C est avec une grande motion que nous allons clore, dans ce vingt troisi me et dernier volume de Fruits Basket, l histoire des douze membres de la famille S ma.
  • Title: Fruits Basket, Vol. 23
  • Author: Natsuki Takaya
  • ISBN: 9782756008622
  • Page: 233
  • Format: Paperback

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Miss Ryoko Jun 16, 2019 - 12:28 PM
The end!!!!!!!!!!!! *sob*I really love how the series ended. Everyone was happy and starting to move onto their new lives. I am going to miss these characters so much. I cried at the end, simply because it was the end.I wish I could somehow thank Natsuki Takaya for her wonderful series. It was hilarious, heart breaking, heart warming, and one of the most touching stories I have ever read. Some of her characters really give you hope that change is possible and things can get better. I hope one da [...]
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Bonnie Jun 16, 2019 - 12:28 PM
This was just such a good ending to the series. Lots and lots of plot threads, all tied up nicely. And a joke about Machi and Kakeru's meat-loving girlfriend was worked in that sounds dirty, but it's not "The meat!" Okay, that's totally beside the point that this was a wonderful finish, picking up the pieces and presenting a large cast of characters, all with a variety of ways of dealing with the resolution of the Sohma curse and moving on or in some cases, not being able to move forward. I foun [...]
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Demo Jun 16, 2019 - 12:28 PM
If there is one thing that I can never underestimate, it is my love for this series.I've never experienced any other manga/book/movie/show that tugs on my heart strings as much as this does. No matter what I've ever said before, you better believe it: Fruits Basket is my all time favourite anything. I can't count how many times I cried and how many times I had to stop reading to skip around my room squealing.Last year when I was horribly depressed, reading Fruits Basket was practically the light [...]
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Nina ᴡᴏʀᴅs ᴀɴᴅ ᴡᴀᴛᴇʀ Jun 16, 2019 - 12:28 PM
I began this series on a whim because I really want to make a habit of reading manga. I love manga and I draw it, so by golly god I must read it too, just like with YA. But since it's much easier to read it online then locate all the volumes in various libraries, I find I always lack the time to read them. Which is seriously a pain in the ass. Last year I began my manga reading craze (after going keeping up with Naruto, beginning Bleach and Negima), which began with Ouran High School Host Club ( [...]
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Rain Misoa Jun 16, 2019 - 12:28 PM
What a great way to end the series! This volume had everything you would want to see when finishing up a series. I am in awe! I was so glad seeing how everything turned out. All those questions you had before were answered and you got to see everyone's lives wrap up beautifully. The emotions, the plot, the characters, the artwork, and outcome was formed in such a way that you are cheering throughout the entire volume. Oh, and the romance! Do not forget about the romance! That is the key for this [...]
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Kaitlin Jun 16, 2019 - 12:28 PM
This will be a series overview. Overall, I give this series a solid 4 stars. It was one of the better mangas out there but still couldn't hold a candle to Ouran High School Host Club or Death Note. There were a lot of issues with this manga too (and that's pretty much what I want to talk about), mainly with the characters, which I will outline as follows:1) Tohru: For the love of God, has there ever been a more insufferable heroine? JESUS. She was such a Mary Sue that I just wanted to bitch slap [...]
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Claudia ✨ Jun 16, 2019 - 12:28 PM
This is a review for the entire manga.Finally, FINALLY, I finished this beautiful classic of a manga. I dropped it several years ago when it wasn't even finished, and then didn't have the time nor patience to continue reading it from where I left off. So in December 2016 I sat my ass down and decided to just get it over with. And oh, if it wasn't even lovelier than I remembered.There's just so much to like about this series - the amazing and big cast of characters with their deeply moving backst [...]
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Jessica-Robyn Jun 16, 2019 - 12:28 PM
I have all the feelings. Volume 23 is an epilogue, so really 22 is where it ends. However we are left with 23 showing us the new beginnings. Finally each of them are looking forward and grasping at the new opportunities ahead of them. Some people will find this book unnecessary, but I loved seeing how everything truly comes together. The entire journey of this manga was to get to a point where new beginnings exist for everyone. I'm so happy right now but with how incredibly attached I am to this [...]
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Alison (AlisonCanRead) Jun 16, 2019 - 12:28 PM
Here we are! The final volume. I wonder how many manga make it to 23 volumes. I'm assuming not that many have a story complex enough to last that long unless they're the functional equivalent of sitcoms, with each volume being a stand-alone story.The curse is broken. Kyo and Tohru are officially together. Yuki and Machi are officially together.All of the former Zodiac members gather for a banquet with Akito. There Akito reveals that she is in fact a woman! Shigure, Hatori, Ayame, Kureno, and Toh [...]
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Cath Jun 16, 2019 - 12:28 PM
5/5 stars!!!!I'm so sad that this series is over, but I'm also so so happy with how everything turned out. This manga series is so important to me and it owns my heart. I love all the characters and I'm currently in tears because I can't believe it's over.
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Victoria Jun 16, 2019 - 12:28 PM
Amazing. Amazing, amazing, amazing.I cried. I still haven't quite grasped that this is the end of this beautiful, infinitely touching manga series. But I was choked up from beginning to end. Finally, though, it was with joy and not with sorrow or frustration. Rarely have I read so moving and meaningful a finale. It's really something when all the pieces of a puzzle fall into place, and yet there's nothing cheesy, nothing stilted. Just pure emotion, and a deep-rooted sense of peace and satisfacti [...]
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Maricar (BookOaths) Jun 16, 2019 - 12:28 PM
4.5 starsSeeing this note at the end:made me feel this inexplicable sadness. It always comes with finishing a manga series but the feeling never goes away.That feeling was even doubled after seeing (view spoiler)[Kyo and Tohru walking hand-in-hand as an elderly couple (hide spoiler)]. I was expecting the mangaka to do a timejump but I never expected it to be a jump that far ahead. I almost wanted to hunt the mangaka for doing that to us.The ending to this wonderful series is satisfying but it is [...]
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Shelby Jun 16, 2019 - 12:28 PM
IT WAS SO BEAUTIFUL. IT ENDED SO PERFECTLY. I LOVE ABSOLUTELY EVERYTHING ABOUT THIS WHOLE MANGA SERIES.
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Lanie Jun 16, 2019 - 12:28 PM
It's so fluffy and happy, I'm gonna die! XD It really was super sweet. Not much of a plot, since the vast majority of the story was wrapped up quite well in volume 22. But this served as a wonderful sort of epilogue, making sure everyone got their bright happy future. Especially kyo & Tohru. XD I loved the fast forward seen at the very end of the story, that let us see a glimpse of their future. Sweetest thing ever.I'm so glad my friend recommended this series to me. It was so beautiful & [...]
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star_fire13 Jun 16, 2019 - 12:28 PM
This was mostly just epilogue, letting the readers know that life moves on, now that the curse has been broken.Overall, I really enjoyed the series, although I thought it did run a bit long. I think it would have been improved if it was told in maybe 18 or 20 volumes instead of 23.
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Rach Jun 16, 2019 - 12:28 PM
The last volume of Fruits Basket reads more like an epilogue if anything. Most of the conflict has already been resolved, and we get glimpses into what each character has planned for the future. And they are, for the most part, sweet and comfortable and happy.It seems appropriate at this point to use this volume's review to wrap up my feelings for the series as a whole. Fruits Basket was the first manga series I started reading right after it was first published in English, back in 2004, one of [...]
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Adalira Morningstar Jun 16, 2019 - 12:28 PM
I read this entire series? Okay. Everyone bangs and falls in love and lives happily ever after because they're all somehow soulmates, including those assholes who literally met once for a few hours before deciding they were in love? Relationships never end in shojo manga even though most of the characters are dumb ass teenagers? Okay.23 volumes later and the curse is broken bywishes? Sometimes it just happens? Growing a backbone? Befriending the head of family? For fucks sake, you're telling me [...]
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Lucia Jun 16, 2019 - 12:28 PM
This is the end (23 volumes) of one of the best stories I have ever read. I started reading it after watching the anime with my 7 year old daughter. The anime was cute and sweet but way too short, so we started reading the manga together. I quickly carried on without her for several reasons, mostly because the cute sweet story I loved from the anime matured and became quite dark and emotionally complex but also because I couldn't read fast enough with her, I couldn't put this story down. Sadly, [...]
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xXRossiya AruXx Jun 16, 2019 - 12:28 PM
This book was a GREAT finish to the Fruits Basket series!!!! I was VERY happy with it, though it makes me sad that there won't be any more. I'm very happy for them, and it cleared up everything for me. It was funny when Akito came out wearing a girl-y kimono, revealing to everyone that she was a girl, and then Ritsu stood up and said, rather loudly in shock, "Akito-san c-can't be. You share my hobby!" And Akito-san said, "Absolutely not." With a total straight face!!!! For those who HAVEN'T read [...]
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Becky Jun 16, 2019 - 12:28 PM
I had intended to review the series as a whole when I had finished it, but now that I'm hereMaybe it's because I read the last book in the bathtub, and my house is quiet and still Christmas-y, and I feel warm and calm, but whatever this last book was so pleasant. The series alternated between ripping my heart out and extracting odd cooing noises from me, but this last book was just so friendly. I love this entire series.I love everyone in this bar.I just want to go back and re-read them all and [...]
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Julie Jun 16, 2019 - 12:28 PM
I would give this twelve stars if I could. I bawled my way through this entire volume. What an end to the series Everything gets wrapped up quite well (with only a couple of strings, but appropriate ones because it would seem very artificial if absolutely everyone was neatly tied into a relationship at the end) and some of the stuff was downright heartwrenching (Kyoko-san).Natsuki Takaya's artwork changed dramatically through the course of this series, which somehow worked well for it because he [...]
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Amy Jun 16, 2019 - 12:28 PM
Every time I finish this book, with sobs still hiccuping out of my throat, I feel like a better person for having gone on this adventure. I usually mope around for a few days, and do google searches for fan art and cosplays. I toy around with the idea of buying Kyo's bracelet, or buying a plush cat to keep around. I start recognizing traits of the various characters in people I know. This was my third time through this series, and it has yet to lose its power. Let's stay together. Let's have fun [...]
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Selena Jun 16, 2019 - 12:28 PM
The ending to this series is amazing, and absolutely nothing like it began.I'm a sucker for happy endings, and this did not disappoint.Nothing particularly exciting happens in this volume. Mostly it's just tying up any loose ends that remain, and it ties them up in a satisfying way.My only complaint has nothing to do with content. Tokyopop, when they released this final volume, used the cheapest material possible, and so the book is so flimsy. I was afraid it would fall apart the whole time I wa [...]
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Joy Jun 16, 2019 - 12:28 PM
Re-read 7/6/09. The scene where Yuki finally calls Tohru "Tohru" instead of "Honda-san" always makes me tear up. I'm so glad that Takaya remembered to give readers that moment. Tohru/Kyo might be the grand romance of the series, but Tohru and Yuki's friendship is just as central. It was there at the very beginning, and it's right that it is also there at the end.
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Victoria Jun 16, 2019 - 12:28 PM
I loved this ending so much! This entire series reminded me so much of when I was a child and how obsessed I was with this anime series, but since the anime was discontinued before it could give any closure I was glad to see the official ending. I love Kyo and Tohru and that they finally got their happily ever after.
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Kailey (BooksforMKs) Jun 16, 2019 - 12:28 PM
Ah, I can't believe it's the end! I want more! Why does it have to be over?!This book is so amazing and wonderful, and I'm so happy for all my dear characters! Everybody happy, and together, and free to live their beautiful lives. All my darlings safe and well and prosperous. I do love a happy ending!I was crying and laughing at this last book, because it all gets so emotional and crazy!
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Mahdieh Jun 16, 2019 - 12:28 PM
This was such a beautiful and adorable manga series.So mysterious and Passionate and sooooooooooooooooooooooo cute.Loved all the illustrations of the characters and the PLOT! ohh god The PLOT! Never knew what was gonna happen next and it ended soooooooo happily and i'm sooooo happy that i read the series.*thumbs up* IT WAS GREAT.LOVED IT ^_^
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Caroline Jun 16, 2019 - 12:28 PM
Relationships and plot lines are neatly tied up here in this final volume. There's really not much of a plot line in this volume itself--this is much more a "finish every character's story on a positive note" kind of ending. It worked well as an ending, and I loved the flash forward into the future to show some of how Tohru's life pans out. Very satisfying ending to the series.
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Bradley Jun 16, 2019 - 12:28 PM
Heart-wrenching conclusion to this wonderful series. And brand new in my library. I will seriously miss this series and will strive to collect them all. =)Reread: I will really miss this series. I could say many things and rant for hours, but I will just say I love this manga a heck of a lot. =)
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Fruits Basket, Vol. 23 By Natsuki Takaya La mal diction qui pesait depuis des si cles sur la vie des principaux membres de la famille S ma a enfin t lev e Ky et les douze autres membres anciennement maudits sont maintenant lib r s de la magie noire singuli re qui les transformait r guli rement en l un des douze animaux de l astrologie chinoise Chacun et chacune peut donc commencer une nouvelle vie en touteLa mal diction qui pesait depuis des si cles sur la vie des principaux membres de la famille S ma a enfin t lev e Ky et les douze autres membres anciennement maudits sont maintenant lib r s de la magie noire singuli re qui les transformait r guli rement en l un des douze animaux de l astrologie chinoise Chacun et chacune peut donc commencer une nouvelle vie en toute libert C est avec une grande motion que nous allons clore, dans ce vingt troisi me et dernier volume de Fruits Basket, l histoire des douze membres de la famille S ma.

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