☆ Fruits Basket, Vol. 19 || ☆ PDF Download by ☆ Natsuki Takaya Alethea Nibley Athena Nibley

By Natsuki Takaya Alethea Nibley Athena Nibley | Comments: ( 252 ) | Date: ( Jan 21, 2020 )

As the Fruits Basket saga continues, the relationship between Tohru and Kyo becomes increasingly complicated, especially since most of the members of the Zodiac seem to look down on him Tohru comes to the realization that if she wants to save Kyo, she ll have to create some sort of trigger to break his curse But what, if anything, can cure Kyo The answer is right insideAs the Fruits Basket saga continues, the relationship between Tohru and Kyo becomes increasingly complicated, especially since most of the members of the Zodiac seem to look down on him Tohru comes to the realization that if she wants to save Kyo, she ll have to create some sort of trigger to break his curse But what, if anything, can cure Kyo The answer is right inside this next volume of the super popular Fruits Basket

  • Title: Fruits Basket, Vol. 19
  • Author: Natsuki Takaya Alethea Nibley Athena Nibley
  • ISBN: 9781598168631
  • Page: 217
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Natsuki Takaya Alethea Nibley Athena Nibley

Natsuki Takaya Takaya Natsuki, real name Naka Hatake is the penname of a Japanese manga artist best known for creating the series Fruits Basket She was born on July 7, 1973 Tanabata Takaya is left handed and once revealed that she wanted to be a mangaka since first grade, when her sister started drawing She was born in Shizuoka, Japan, but was raised in Tokyo, where she made her debut in 1992 She enjoys video games such as the Final Fantasy series or Sakura Wars, or working on her different manga series, such as Fruits Basket, which is the second best selling sh jo manga ever in Japan, and the top selling sh jo manga in North America Fruits Basket has also been adapted into a twenty six episode anime series In 2001, Takaya received a Kodansha Manga Award for sh jo manga for Fruits Basket.According to Takaya in a sidebar of a Fruits Basket manga volume , she enjoys drawing girls girly ones than she does boys Takaya also enjoys electronics and music, but dislikes talking about herself Also revealed in a sidebar of Fruits Basket, Takaya broke her drawing arm left after Fruits Basket volume six was published She had to go into surgery, and as a result, had put Fruits Basket on a brief hiatus Takaya made a full recovery, but complains that her handwriting had gotten uglier, due to the surgery During her hospital stay, she gained an interest in baseball.

Comments Fruits Basket, Vol. 19

  • Rain Misoa

    FINALLY! IT TOOK ME FOREVER TO GET MY HANDS ON THIS MANGA!!! IT WAS SOOOOO WORTH THE WAIT! XD Actually *Frowns* is was a very sad volume. Oh man it focused a lot on Tohru and Kyo's relationship and let me tell you it's very depressing. I was tearing up so badly whilst reading it. Those two touch my heart in a way I never thought possible. So *Blubbers* heart-breaking. That's not the only thing either! Oh no! There's more. There's even sad back-story involving Ayame and Mine, as well as Manabe, [...]

  • Smaileh

    The biggest surprise in this volume is how much some of the characters have grown! Momiji, who has been away for a while, comes back and gets a lot of the girls excited--he's so tall and good-looking. But he still has his rabbit back-pack! Kyo, Yuki, Risa and Hiro all have grown up, too. Only Tohru doesn't seem to age at all--still cute and innocent and optimistic. Things have been getting awkward between her and Kyo, espcially after Hatori tells her that secretly all the other Sohmas need Kyo, [...]

  • Victoria

    Ahh Kyo just make your move already and tell Tohru how you feel about her! Especially now that there are quite a few of the other zodiacs that have already begun developing feelings for her. By the time, he gets the courage to do it, one of the others is bound to make a move on her. :O

  • Becky


  • Laura

    Okay, that has to be the worst synopsis ever given on the back of one of the volumes. First of all, Kyo and Tohru already have a complicated relationship. They're just more aware of it now so they're being really awkward. Second, Tohru was already looking for a trigger to break the curse. I don't really think that's new information. Let me tell you what this volume is really about.Shigure talks to Tohru about the curse and saving Kyo. They kind of get into it because Shigure is so blunt about Ky [...]

  • Debbie

    So, I thought I'd take a moment, while I'm waiting for vol. 20 to come from the library or in the mail, to comment a bit on this seriesI read the first 16 volumes in 2007, then never finished, so I decided to read the whole thing. While it always takes me a while to get into the rhythm of reading manga, with the right-to-left order, sound-effects characters, etc I actually feel like I could follow the story this time. And I waver between 4 and 5 stars for all the volumes after 6, though that one [...]

  • Jen

    Favourite Character: AyameShigure tells Tohru the cat exists to give the rest of the zodiac a scapegoat they can feel is worse than they are, which distresses her. Tohru feels guilty for letting Kyo replace her mother as the most important person in her heart. On the second anniversary of Kyoko's death, Kyo visits her grave alone and meets Tohru's grandfather, who tells him Tohru speaks formally and politely as an imitation of her father. When Kyo asks Tohru, she admits she started doing it to r [...]

  • Alison (AlisonCanRead)

    In this volume, Tohru and Kyo are getting increasingly closer to being "together." Kyo is so in love with Tohru that it's obvious to all the Sohmas and Tohru is finally close to admitting that she loves Kyo-kun. Tohru is afraid that if she loves Kyo, she'll lose the memory of her mother.Much of the book is about how the other members of the Zodiac look down on Kyo. Their loves are so difficult being cursed that it's nice to know that Kyo's life is worse. There's a great scene with Shigure and To [...]

  • earthy

    Adorable Kyou/Tohru moments, and of course I have to mention how much I like Shigure's struggle with the competition between his self-loathing and his desire to manipulate everyone into breaking the curse. He's not really nice about it, but he does have some great interactions with Tohru in this volume--you get the impression he really cares about her, whether or not he's actually using her.Grown-up Momiji is hotness incarnate (as we knew he would be), but still adorable, and the Kakeru/Yuki int [...]

  • Miss Ryoko

    Oh man, I started sobbing like three pages into this volume!!! *heartbreak* But then about halfway through it started to slow down.The one thing that stands out the most in this volume:MOMIJI GROWN UP!!!!!!!!! And looking soooooooooooo handsome! (as if I had doubtsI knew he'd be gorgeous!)We get to meet Komaki, Kakeru's girlfriend in this volume and learn how she's linked to Tohru.And the appearance of Ayame always makes me happy!And I don't care what people said or still say, I think Tohru DOES [...]

  • Yehudit

    More character growth, intensity, and the kind of heart-punching insights for life. I just love this series.

  • Cath

    I don't want this series to finish! Ughhhh.

  • Rachel

    Shigure finds Tohru outside of the main Sohma house and tells her some harsh truths about the family, in particular the zodiac members. He knows that she is trying to break the curse and tries to explain about Kyo and his true purpose within the zodiac but she is not having any of it and gets really upset. She doesn't want to let Kyo go and I think it's because (aside from being in love with him) he is as much an influence on her life as her mother, and that is really saying something because sh [...]

  • Carina

    A lot goes on in this volume really, with most of it going towards character as opposed to plot development. I admit that on the first few read throughs this can be irritating - I mean, you just want the bond to be broken so everyone gets a happy ever after ending. That said on this read through, as I am deliberately taking my time and (trying) to only read one volume a day, I appreciate the growth we get here.We pick up the volume immediately after the last one ends, with Tohru finally really f [...]

  • Zahra

    Siendo sincera he encontrado bastante rebuscado el hecho de que el padre de la novia de Kakeru fuese el que atropelló a la madre de Tooru y que este muriera en el acto,no era necesario tanto drama.

  • Dexter

    Kyo and Tohru are a little silly, but they're moving forward. Kind of.Other than that, just a lot of the Zodiac being vague and dramatic to each other and to Tohru. Same old same old.

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  • Nick

    Overall Rating: A to the cute powerSynopsis: Fruits Basket is a shōjo manga series created by Natsuki Takaya that follows the life of Tohru Honda. When the series begins, Tohru is living in a tent in the woods after being recently orphaned when her mother died in a car accident. Somehow, Tohru is able to remain optimistic despite all the shit she has had to go through. While wandering through the forest she's living in, she runs across the house of the Sohma family. As it happens, Tohru goes to [...]

  • Anne

    So I guess I was wrong. After the way the last volume ended, I thought for sure things would be speeding up now. I guess the author used this volume to fill up a lot of back stories, so naturally the mood was very different. While the previous volume had a very dark feeling, this was more up-beat, with lots more of the craziness this series is known for.A lot of the characters have been shown to have been hurt somehow, one way or another. Tohru is no different. A lot about her past is cleared up [...]

  • Katie

    I have to admit I don't really understand why Tohru has this fear that by loving Kyo she is somehow dishonoring her mother's memory. Shigure gives a dark analysis of the Zodiac and the cat's place in it. Kyo meets with Tohru's grandfather and learns that Tohru speaks in an unusual fashion because her father spoke that way (her formal speech is not apparent in the English translation). The way Tohru and Kyo hug through the sheet is cute, but I wondered if a sheet would really be enough to prevent [...]

  • Lucia

    *spoilers*Oh my Lord, the scene where Tohru is hanging laundry and Kyo hugs her through the sheet, holy crap, that one panel illustration is etched in my brain forever, it conveyed such intense emotion, love, desperation, confusion, pain. My heart fluttered and my eyes teared! I love them! As a side note, I was so happy that Momiji "grew" both in size and maturity. Now he looks like a "real" male character instead of the weird cross-dressing boy/man goofy character he started as, which was fine [...]

  • Dani - Perspective of a Writer

    Most of this volume is about Kakeru (the VP on the Student Council). I didn't hate it but I wasn't too interested in him. The connections are fascinating. I loved the advancements between Kyo and Tohru though!Love her convo with Shigure which causes conflict to rage inside her (as much as anything can "rage" inside Tohru) and she lies to Kyo, an incredible lie about fighting with Rin. I love his advice to her. "Only do what she has to when she doesn't know what to do and cry if she needs to."LOV [...]

  • B.B.

    Momiji looks sooo different. He was so much cuter before! I think Takaya changed her drawing style. Or was it the injury to her left hand/arm? Well whatever it was, they all look much different now. Maybe it's on purpose and she tried to make them all look older and therefore less cute, but I liked them better before Except Tohru. Tohru looks much better now. I liked when Kyo and Tohru hug, even though it was kind of awkward to see with the sheet between them (he even transformed anyway, which i [...]

  • Carina

    I do feel for Tohru in this volume, it must be really hard to feel that someone is replacing your first affection in this case Kyo is replacing her mother - he is now first in her thoughts whereas before it was her mother. I like that Shigure is honest with Tohru about Kyos role in this so much of this series deals with misunderstandings and unspoken thoughts that it is nice to have something spelled out plainly and simply.I love the conversation between Tohru and Kyo, and how tense they are wi [...]

  • LB

    This review is also posted at readingnookandcranny.I had hoped this volume would be a substantial plot volume, but it turns out to be mostly filler once again. While Tohru and Kyo have a moment, and the younger of the Sohma zodiac clan discuss Kyo having to be locked away in the cat room by Akito, these plot points only cover maybe 1/5 of the volume. The rest deals mostly with the annoying student council group. And while Nabe is linked to Tohru's past, the backstory has nothing to do with the S [...]

  • Sabrina

    Fruits Basket (フルーツバスケット, Furūtsu Basuketto?), sometimes abbreviated Furuba (フルバ, Furuba?), is a Japanese manga series by Natsuki Takaya. It was serialized in the semi-monthly Japanese magazine Hana to Yume, published by Hakusensha, from 1999 to 2006. The series was also adapted into a 26-episode anime series, directed by Akitaro Daichi. The series tells the story of Tohru Honda, an orphan girl who, after meeting Yuki, Kyo, and Shigure Sohma, learns that thirteen members [...]

  • Erin

    Wowza! This series gets better and better! In this book, Yuki is no longer a contender for Tohru's heart. Momiji grows up, and Kakeru reveals that he knows Tohru from the time of the accident, as the driver that hit Kyoko (and was killed instantly) is non-other than Kakeru's girlfriend's dad! Tohru virtually confesses her love for Kyo in her mind, and realizes that her mom is no longer the most important person in her life. But what should happen next? Shigure reveals his suspicions that this ma [...]

  • Theresa ♫

    May the fourth be with you!!!Well, that's the day I finished reading this book.Anyway, my review will be TO COME!!! I justwant to say "May the fourth be with you" before I forget to OF JULY 28, 2012, when Theresa finally decides to write the review.This installment was really good! (Sniff*) That's all I can remember.I know, I know, that's what happens when you wait 2 months to write a review. But seriously, I remember this volume probably being my favorite volume out of all of them.

  • Sara

    This volume was like a show of how the characters have grown. It's surprising how much they've all changed. Really the Kyo, Tohru stuff was so cute. They have to be together, Kyo can't be locked up, he's my favourite character!I didn't really care about the student council things. Ayame made a funny appearance, he always cracks me up and I love'd his small backstory about meeting Mine. I felt sad for Manabe's girlfriend, it's horrible they are all connected to Tohru in that sad way. Anyway this [...]

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