Fruits Basket, Vol. 6 by Natsuki Takaya

Fruits Basket, Vol. 6

Delving into the recesses of Kyo's past, we find the Sohma trio returning home on a rainy day. There, a mysterious man who has known Kyo for a long time meets them. Trust, loyalty and the bonds of family and friendship are tested, as Tohru must help Kyo deal with the "monsters" that he's been trying to avoid.


Details Fruits Basket, Vol. 6

TitleFruits Basket, Vol. 6
ISBN9781591826088
Author
Release DateDec 14th, 2004
PublisherTokyopop
LanguageEnglish
GenreSequential Art, Manga, Fantasy, Romance, Graphic Novels, Young Adult
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Reviews Fruits Basket, Vol. 6

  • Sarah Churchill
    2014-03-06
    Well that was... weird. Things took a really strange turn, way different from the rest of the story so far, and it was GREAT! Loved it. Then everything just kind of went back to normal. This is such a strange series!
  • Demo
    2012-08-09
    WHAT? I ALREADY READ THIS? WELL FUCK I READ IT AGAIN.FIGHT ME.````Toru is my favorite Mary Sue ever. She's perfect, loving, pretty, sees the good in everything, and everyone instantly loves her ---- she is indeed a Mary Sue. But I forgive her for it and accept it because she makes me so happeh. WHAT? I ALREADY READ THIS? WELL FUCK I READ IT AGAIN.FIGHT ME.````Toru is my favorite Mary Sue ever. She's perfect, loving, pretty, sees the good in eve...
  • Ferdy
    2013-10-29
    3.5 starsAnother fun read, it was good getting to know more about Kyo and his past. His relationship with his sensai/adopted dad was really sweet and cute as well. I really wish Kyo would wake up to his feelings about Tohru though, it was so obvious he had a huge crush on her.
  • Kat (Lost in Neverland)
    2012-02-22
    Holy. Fricking. Fudgeballs.Natsuki Takaya has a way of violently ripping your heart out and letting you almost bleed to death...and then kindly putting it back and helping you to your feet, like nothing ever happened.
  • Rain Misoa
    2011-06-12
    Five stars... did you expect anything less? Especially in this volume? Man... this volume was very, very, VERY hard to get through. It was extremely sad... you wouldn't think it because of the cover but it's true! The cover is a bit misleading. (Don't get me wrong. I love Momiji! He's so adorable but with what happens within the volume... yeah... you'll be like, "How can something so horrible be inside something so cute!?") It's THAT depressing. ...
  • Merb
    2015-06-07
    🐰 This volume is Momiji! 🐰Please help me... how does one recover from volume 6 of Fruits Basket? How do you cleanse yourself of the emotional overlode? Or do you just carry this emotional baggage along with you everywhere you go? Well its been eight years since I first read it and I would say that I haven't put this suit case of emotion down since. Why is this such an emotional volume? Well I could type it out and spoil it for you, or you k...
  • Victoria
    2016-09-04
    I really liked the fact that this issue focused more on the relationship and backstory of Yuki and Kyo. It explains a lot as to why they behave the way they do and why they have some insecurities. As always, there were moments that were really funny and helped to lighten the mood.
  • Mary ♥
    2015-02-16
    5/5 starsAnd in this volume, we saw the HUGE revalation about a character... The anime had more heartbreaking scenes and I preferred it more than the manga in this case but how can you not love both? Also, Ayame's shop...This person is so weird xD
  • Bridget
    2017-06-22
    Momiji appears on the cover, but never in the actual volume (save for one picture that's separate from the story).