Fruits Basket, Vol. 4 by Natsuki Takaya

Fruits Basket, Vol. 4

When the infamous Akito makes an in-class appearance at the start of the school year, the Sohma family worries that his arrival will be an uncensored exercise of show-and-tell about Yuki's past. Meanwhile, when Ayame vows to rekindle his brother's lost friendship, he begins to realize that you can choose your friends but you can't choose your family - especially when they're acting like animals!


Details Fruits Basket, Vol. 4

TitleFruits Basket, Vol. 4
ISBN9781591826064
Author
Release DateAug 10th, 2004
PublisherTokyopop
LanguageEnglish
GenreSequential Art, Manga, Fantasy, Romance, Graphic Novels, Young Adult
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Reviews Fruits Basket, Vol. 4

  • Virginia Ronan ♥ Herondale ♥
    2018-08-13
    OMG!!! I forgot how much I loved this Manga series!
  • Krystal
    2018-08-06
    Oh man, Momiji breaks my heart. I love that kid so much. To this day, no story has had quite the impact as that story he tells about the Traveller who gives everything away. *river of tears*Natsuki Takaya wreaked all kinds of mad havoc on my poor tattered heart, but rarely so much as this single volume.
  • Merb
    2015-06-08
    🐶 This volume is Shigure! 🐶Out of all the Fruits Basket volumes, volume 4 is one that always stuck with me closely over the years. We witness Tohru's first harrowing encounter with Akito, and reflect on the importance of good parenting on the one year anniversary of her mother's passing. The art in this volume was spot on with presenting the personalities and emotions of the characters. We went from Akito's hard, wretched stare that is hidi...
  • Ferdy
    2013-09-08
    Spoilers-A more entertaining read than volume 3.-Tohru, Shiguire, Momiji and Kyo were as likeable as ever. Yuki was more interesting in this one, his antagonistic relationship with his older brother gave him some much needed personality-Loved Uo and Hana, the way they both looked out for Tohru was sweet. There should be more female friendships like Uo/Hana/Tohru in fiction.-Yuki's brother Ayame was pretty funny. I enjoyed reading about Ayame, Hat...
  • Mary ♥
    2014-12-13
    5/5 starsFruits Basket is the cutest romance with a very important mythological element you'll ever find! And that's because, when hugged or touched in a not so friendly way by the opposite gender, or when they are in extreme distress, the members of the Sohma family turn into animals! And specifically, the animals of the Chinese Horoscope.And this manga has also a very unique element. I won't spoil it and tell you what it is, though. Anyways, my...
  • Victoria
    2016-09-04
    Just like the other parts of this series, this issue was hilarious and adorable. The crazy antics between them all makes for great comedy. This one did have its sadder moments though especially with the backstory of Momiji and the way Yuki reacted to Akito's presence.
  • Sara Aouichi
    2018-04-16
    im totally binge reading this today and hopefully finish it tomorrowi really missed the characters my fav is haru and ofcourse kyo cant wait to see other charas
  • Rain Misoa
    2011-06-10
    This series keeps getting better and better! I'm not kidding! The story in this volume really got intense. I would definitely say that this is the saddest volume so far. You really feel for what the characters go through and you can bet you will shed a tear for these beautifully created characters. I know I was tearing up when I was finding out about the past of some of these characters... AND I RARELY EVER CRY FOR ANYTHING!!! My word... the thin...
  • Nikki Kelly
    2007-08-29
    A really fun and cute series. The premise is really original and enjoyable. The characters are interesting and lovable. My only complaint is the story-line is a bit drug-out.
  • Marianna Rainolter
    2018-03-25
    Inizia un nuovo anno scolastico e Haru e Momiji si trovano nella stessa scuola di Tohru, Yuki e Kiyo e ne vedremo delle belle già al primo giorno! Facciamo poi la conoscenza del temibile capo famiglia Akito e poi di Aya, il fratello maggiore di Yuki che è un personaggio molto singolare ma mi è piaciuto e ha divertito parecchio; lui e Yuki sono alquanto distanti ma grazie anche a Tohru cercheranno di avvicinarsi. Il volume finisce con due episo...