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CompleteMartialArts.com - Gravitation, Vol. 10


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Binding: Paperback
Dewey Decimal Number: 741.5952
EAN: 9781591823421
ISBN: 1591823420
Label: TokyoPop
Manufacturer: TokyoPop
Number Of Items: 1
Number Of Pages: 216
Publication Date: 2005-02-08
Publisher: TokyoPop
Reading Level: Young Adult
Release Date: 2005-02-08
Studio: TokyoPop

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Editorial Reviews:

Shuichi returns to Japan and to his surprise, Eiri has come to greet him at the airport. Shuichi reveals that he just wants Eiri to open up to him. Hearing this, Eiri offers to say "I love you"... if Shuichi agrees to pay him every time he says it. However, Eiri says something else that will leave Shuichi so shocked he will be unable to sing.


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Summary: Good, But Not The Best
Comment: If you are reading this I am assuming that you have read Gravitation volumes 1-9, so I won't do an overview on the rest of the series.

Volume 10 of Gravitation was, in my opinion, as step up from the last two. I'm not a big fan of the whole New York escapade, (Even though it does give you a better insight on Eiri) and I was rather glad when it ended in this volume. I was also happy to see the return of Ryuichi, who had been absent in the last few volumes, as I find him to be one of the most entertaining characters in the series.

A few things it did not like: Rage simply gets on my nerves. Most people would not continue stalking an obviously gay guy, but nevertheless Reiji persists, getting rather irritating after a while. Also, too much of Tohma being evil. He's really being painted as the bad guy of the story, but judging from what we know about him he really shouldn't be this much of a bad guy.

In short, though volume 10 was certainly entertaining, I'm hoping that the last two volumes will be even better.

Customer Rating: Average rating of 3/5Average rating of 3/5Average rating of 3/5Average rating of 3/5Average rating of 3/5
Summary: Disappointment
Comment: I have loved this series, but the last 2 volumes haven't been lived up to the promise of the preceding ones. Volume 10, in particular, was disjointed and repetitive. Frankly, I think the series would have been much better if it had been compressed into 8 or 9 volumes. The multitude of side stories and plot twists are making me lose interest. Too many of the characters look alike, which makes the action and dialogue difficult to follow.

I'm sure I'll finish reading the entire series, but I don't think I'll look on it as favorably as I once used to.


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