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The author of the book: Maki Murakami
Date of issue: November 15th 2009
ISBN 13: 9781427816535
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 1.63 MB
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By now, every boy’s love fan and their neighbor’s mailman knows the story of Gravitation. A dream of stardom. A chance encounter. Restarted in 400 pages. Definitely do not try and tackle this read in one day. There is so much plot in the first two volumes of this series. Its hard to believe that, later, the plot all goes haywire in favor of giant pandas and gun wars in New York City. No, that isn’t a spoiler, just a warning to those who haven’t read this series yet. Enjoy the plot while you can because it’ll be over sooner than you think.
Re-reading this makes me realize that the plot for this series isn’t bad. I wouldn’t call it a masterpiece, as the cover so brilliantly puts it, but it is at least interesting. Shuichi is very much a kid while everyone else around him is very much an adult. He’s being tossed into that adult world head first and is completely unsure of what to do. But he does know that he’s falling in love with Yuki and he wants to continue his music, and that’s all that matters to him.
The manga goes so much deeper than the anime did. Shuichi is in school, he has a part time job, Hiro’s at the top of his class, they both have siblings, there’s so much of their lives that we get to see.
It’s a little bit surreal reading this story again, knowing everything that’s going to happen and how it compares to the anime. And while this book is a lot to take in, it definitely highlights two of the best volumes of the series. I don’t quite remember when the overall plot of Gravitation fades into ridiculous crack, but when it does you’ll definitely want to go back to this compilation book and remember what Gravitation was like in the beginning. A pretty good story with a quirky, scatter-brained uke, a kind of bastard seme, and a whole lot of characters with different stories and motives of their of. Closer to 3.5 stars, actually :)
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