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For use in schools and libraries only. Follows the adventures of high school student Kagome and the feral half-demon dog-boy Inu-Yasha as they join forces to reclaim the "Jewel Of Four Souls" to prevent evil mortals and demons from using its terrifying powers. For use in schools and libraries only. Follows the adventures of high school student Kagome and the feral half-demon dog-boy Inu-Yasha as they join forces to reclaim the "Jewel Of Four Souls" to prevent evil mortals and demons from using its terrifying powers.


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For use in schools and libraries only. Follows the adventures of high school student Kagome and the feral half-demon dog-boy Inu-Yasha as they join forces to reclaim the "Jewel Of Four Souls" to prevent evil mortals and demons from using its terrifying powers. For use in schools and libraries only. Follows the adventures of high school student Kagome and the feral half-demon dog-boy Inu-Yasha as they join forces to reclaim the "Jewel Of Four Souls" to prevent evil mortals and demons from using its terrifying powers.

30 review for InuYasha: Love and Lust

  1. 5 out of 5

    Mir

    Inu-yasha continues to be torn between Kikyo and Kagame. In a shocking development, he actually verbalizes these feelings. What's next, a conversation?! Inu-yasha continues to be torn between Kikyo and Kagame. In a shocking development, he actually verbalizes these feelings. What's next, a conversation?!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Lilah

    I love those two so much. ❤️ I love those two so much. ❤️

  3. 4 out of 5

    Kaotic

    The series overall I would say is a 4ish star, but this volume. THIS VOLUME. I am not sure how much more my heart can take, this volume was so feelsy, I just can't stand it. Inuyasha is indecisive when it comes to love, and Kagome was not firm with her feelings in the beginning. It was so feelsy, I don't know how I'm going to live with it. XD I'm going onto the next one. MY HEART The series overall I would say is a 4ish star, but this volume. THIS VOLUME. I am not sure how much more my heart can take, this volume was so feelsy, I just can't stand it. Inuyasha is indecisive when it comes to love, and Kagome was not firm with her feelings in the beginning. It was so feelsy, I don't know how I'm going to live with it. XD I'm going onto the next one. MY HEART

  4. 5 out of 5

    Lady Flo

    A good turn in the plot, paid off boredom.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Supermomochan (PeachyFishyBooks)

    This volume was mostly drama..should have guessed as it is in the title. ^^" (which is love and lust lol) Not necessarily my favorite, but a solid volume This volume was mostly drama..should have guessed as it is in the title. ^^" (which is love and lust lol) Not necessarily my favorite, but a solid volume

  6. 4 out of 5

    Michelle (In Libris Veritas)

    An incredibly emotional volume. This is definitely a moment that hits harder in the manga than it did in the anime, I could feel the heartbreak and even after they moved on it seemed to linger on the page. Such a good series.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Steph

    A great manga; one of my favorite series.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Vanessa

    *This review is for the series as a whole with 4.5 out of 5 stars* This series is absolutely the longest series I’ve ever read so far, with a total of 56 volumes containing 559 chapters. Yeah right? I grew up watching anime and when I stumbled to this one, I instantly got hook. I’m so in love with this anime that I have the complete anime series in my possession. Yep! It occupy mostly the memory of my external drive haha sucker I know. And it’s just now that I finally had the courage to read its *This review is for the series as a whole with 4.5 out of 5 stars* This series is absolutely the longest series I’ve ever read so far, with a total of 56 volumes containing 559 chapters. Yeah right? I grew up watching anime and when I stumbled to this one, I instantly got hook. I’m so in love with this anime that I have the complete anime series in my possession. Yep! It occupy mostly the memory of my external drive haha sucker I know. And it’s just now that I finally had the courage to read its manga. I started reading this last December but had a 1 week off because of the Holiday until finally I finished it! This story is about this modern Japanese girl, Kagome, that was pulled from her own time and went to feudal Japan. It is where she met the half yokai (supernatural monster in Japanese folklore) or also called Hanyou, Inuyasha. Two opposite personalities that were forced to travel together because of the Shikon Jewel or the Jewel of Four Souls. Kagome (female lead) is so much fun and a wonderful heroine. If she’s a real person, she could be my hero. And Inuyasha on the other hand is such an awesome badass that thinking about him hurts. And as a couple, they sure are mind blowing. After writing this review, I’ll definitely re-watch the anime hehe. Speaking of which, Inuyasha is a bad boy. But he’s the awesome kind of bad boy with humor and with a touch of dumbness at the same time. When he first met Kagome, I swear he could really be a great pain in the ass and is a straight-up a-hole. And as the story progresses, he became this kind of awesome person without losing his bad boy image ofcourse. And when it comes to Kagome, he sure is kind of protective and I love their usual bantering. It could get annoying sometimes but mostly entertaining lol, especially when Kagome really gets angry at him. His character is so realistic too. Behind the bad boy image is the guy who lost his first love and when she returned, he’s torn between her and Kagome. Which to be honest, made me kind of mad at him. Well, I’m 100% with Kagome and I totally hate Kikyou. But after reading the manga, I still don’t like her, but she is kind of likeable now especially when she saved Kohaku. And also Inuyasha’s inner battle with his demon blood and his human heart, and you know what’s awesome about it? It’s because it’s only Kagome who can make him back to his senses, isn’t that just sweet? (I was a bit teary-eyed when the Spider youkai were after them and he got bitten while he’s in his human form. And speaking of human form, he sure still rock it even with black hair minus the cute doggy ears. Then he lay on Kagome’s lap and told her that he love her scent even if he told her otherwise before. They’re in the middle of a dangerous situation but because of that, it became kind of romantic and unforgettable scene for me.) Kagome on the other hand is a typical female lead. She started as a helpless girl until they found out about her being the reincarnation of Kikyou which was Inuyasha’s first love and the strongest Miko in the feudal Japan. I love how she became badass as the story progresses. Kikyou may be the first woman Inuyasha loved, but it is Kagome who really changed Inuyasha as a person. Plus, did I tell you how many times she saved Kikyou? Also, even how many times she got hurt because she’s Inuyasha’s first love, her heart remains pure. I have to be honest, there’s some point in this series that totally got my nerve and made me flipped. That’s mostly about Inuyasha being torn between Kikyou and Kagome and how many times he chose Kikyou over Kagome. I mean, that’ quite of cruel really. But even that’s the case, I learn to outgrow it simply because he still travels with her, plus, once in a while they have their own moments. And speaking of moment, I need to step ahead and point out the lack of kissing scenes between them. In anime there’s quite a lot, but in manga, almost none. Yeah right? As they travel, their group of two grows into a group of 6 where they met the kitsune Shippou, the monk Miroku, cool Sango and her cute Kirara. Shippou is a cute Kitsune (fox) yokai that specializes in making pranks which he mostly use to Inuyasha lol. At first, they both hate each other and argues which is kind of funny lol. But as they both travels together, their relationship improved. He is really adorable and so attached to Kagome. Miroku – A playboy and pervert who loves caressing women’s butt. But his proposal to Sango was pretty sweet. Sango – a really tough cookie. I love her character and the fact that she can man handle guys. And her relationship with Miroku was so kawaii. (Quite cliche eh? Inuyasha and Kagome fell in love with each other and Miroku, Sango with each other too. Well, IDC haha. I just love their group.) Kirara – is a cute yokai that transforms into a ferocious beast during battles. Plus, he flies! With a very long series, a long list of character isn’t a surprise at all. But what’s really hard with manga or anime is to get familiarize with the character’s names. But as for my favorites or the ones that totally got my attention here’s my list. (I’m being mean today, so I’m not going to add Kikyou in my list, blee) 1. Number one in my list is Sesshoumaru. I never thought I’d say this, but I’m one of those really annoying fangirls who love him. Deym! When I first saw him in the anime, I’ve got to say that there’s something dangerous about him. Inuyasha has this bad boy image, but Sesshoumaru is on the highest level. I really hate him at first. Unlike Inuyasha, he really is living the bad boy life. He’s rude, full of pride and all things bad. I specifically hated how he keeps on stealing their Father’s memento, Tessaiga, that is originally given to I But everything changed when he met Rin, and then we got to find out about Tenseiga and everything about it. Then, it just happens, I love Sesshoumaru. And then I came to the part about Meidou Zangetsuha, I feel so sorry for him. Huhu, and then after that my admiration for him intensified. He made me feel so many emotions, I almost cried because of him. It will take too much writing if I’ll enumerate the things that made me love Sesshoumaru so I’ll just let these images speaks for itself. 2. Well, obviously, it’s Rin. I love her character simply because she’s the reason why Sesshoumaru became compassionate, which is also the reason how he was now able to use his healing sword T And I love her teasing with Jaken. I love how the boring team of two grows and became lively because of her.Honestly, at first, I’m one of those fans that ships Rin to Sesshoumaru. But after I read the manga, I realized how absurd that is. I don’t know, but I think Jaken is right. Sesshoumaru is like a father to Rin in a strange way, and he sure is a great one. 3. Kagome’s family, her mother, younger brother Shouta, grandpa including their cat Buyo. I thought it’s going to be a big shocker when they met Inuyasha, but end up petting him like a pet dog lol. They’re all touching Inuyasha’s ears haha. Well, that couldn’t be help lol especially if he has that adorable doggy ears. 4. Kouga – The moment he was introduced in this series, I can’t stop laughing. He’s the third party between Inuyasha and Kagome and I can’t really stop laughing whenever I remember the scene where he boldly said that he loves Kagome and he’s determine to make her his woman. Well, after what Kagome went through because of Kikyou, I can’t help but send Inuyasha a dirty sign. Blee! 5. Miyouga – The coward flea. He’s some sort of the guy who knows it all, well, not totally all but mostly about Inuyasha and his father. I wish this series was able to show something about the past especially about Inuyasha’s father and mother. Well, it did actually in the anime. 6. Totosai – The swordsmith who forged Tessaiga and Tenseiga due to Inuyasha and Sesshoumaru’s father’s request. I would have love it more if they included a back story of him too. 7. Kaede – Kikyou’s younger sister. A strong lady who would probably live another 50 years the way she’s going. 8. Kohaku – The younger brother of Sango. For a young age, he’s been through a lot. But I’m happy how he was able to regain or fight for his humanity after what Naraku did to him. 9. Jaken – Originally, I didn’t have the intention of adding him in this list but looking back, I have to say that he made my whole reading experience so enjoyable too. He’s Sesshoumaru’s companion. He’s arrogant and even pitiful sometimes especially when he receives death glare or punches from Sesshoumaru when he’s pissed but he is mostly funny especially when Rin joined the group. 10. Naraku – For the ultimate cunning supervilain, I guess he quite deserve to be in this list lol. He’s a hanyou like Inuyasha. He’s the reason why Kikyou died 50 years ago and is the reason why Kikyou and Inuyasha had a rough past. When I think about it, this is obviously a typical adventure anime/manga. For an adventure stories, the idea of different set of individuals forming a group while traveling is quite cliche too, let alone falling in love with each other! But what sets this story different from others is on the adventures each characters went through. When I though it’s the end and the ideas are already sucked out dry from the author, we then introduced to a new unexpected scene. I’ve been watching anime and they all gave me the same reaction. And what is that? It’s astonishment. We might already encountered the story’s plot before, but the twists and turns, the scenes, the lines are so unique. I can’t count how many times I said out loud “I didn’t expected that!” while reading this series. All we’re covered too. I love that each characters has their own background covered, so we all got the chance to really know more about them and where they come from. I love that each characters have the chance to stand out and we’ve got to see how they matured with each chapters. As the title goes, without watching the anime, I really thought this series would only revolves around Inuyasha, well, it kind of does since each characters have a connection with Inuyasha. But what I like to say is that the author didn’t made a selfish decision to just make Inuyasha the hero all the time. We’ve got the chance to see the weaker side of him, the annoying one, the part where others from the group became the hero and saved him, and ofcourse the funny and dense Inuyasha which is my favorite. As I said, this series has a total of 559 chapters so it will absolutely take us a lot of time if I talk about the adventures the group encountered one by one. So to make it short, I’ll just “kind of share” my favorite chapters from this series. Before I decided to read this manga, I have a lot of favorite scenes from the anime, mostly? Well, all of them we’re from Kagome and Inuyasha. But after reading the manga, I have to say that my favorite scenes were from Sesshoumaru (Inuyasha’s youkai brother). The first one was when he met Rin (human girl) and resurrected her. I really love how little by little he changed from this full mean badboy image to a compassionate one. He’s still a badboy but when he’s with Rin, dayum, I just can’t help but squeal in delight. And another favorite scene was when he went inside the meidou (a place where the living are not suppose to go) to save Rin. It’s also the most touching scene ever because of how he discarded his sword tenseiga (his father’s memento) because it can’t save Rin. Like dang! (just zoom the image to read the lines) For my rating, I’m detracting a half star. It really is painful but I guess I really need to. It’s because even with the 559 chapters, it failed to tell us an introduction of what really is a yokai or hanyou or everything about those so-called monster. I mean, it’s been 50 years after that the story resumed but Sesshoumaru look as fabulous as ever and so is Inuyasha. I mean, if Inuyasha and Kagome will live together as man and wife, Kagome will age and Inuyasha would still be looking the same? The slowness of the villains too is quite so-so but I understand that to make this series long. Also, about crossing time through the well, in its first few chapters, we’ve got to find out that it’s the Shikon Jewel that connects the two worlds, but I remembered after Naraku seized all the shards of the Jewel, Kagome was still able to go back to her world. That really is kinda confusing though. And lastly, the epilogue. Dang! Sango and Miroku had their three little angels, how come Inuyasha and Kagome didn’t have atleast 1 son or daughter?! Oh well, I guess you can’t really have all. You might be wondering which one of the two I love, manga or anime, I have to say that I love both. All the scenes from manga can be seen in anime, but what’s great with anime is that there’s some new scenes added to it. So if you’re planning to read the manga, I would highly recommend watching the anime too. I would highly recommend this series, if you’re down for a good solid adventure and a kickass heroine with a sexy demon badboy. It’s often hilariously funny and the drawing is so lovely. It’s just simply awesome. Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars Read my full review post To read more of my reviews, book news and updates: Main Blog: Blushing Geek Facebook Page Subscribe to mailing list

  9. 4 out of 5

    Annabel

    The moment where the main protagonists’ relationship is taken a step further in chapter 176, AHHH ! Still one of the best moments that define those two. Spoilery full review below (view spoiler)[ In the anime episode equivalents of the manga chapters and in the manga itself, the chapters in this volume lead up to what I will state one of the steps the main protagonists Inuyasha and Kagome took in their developing romance. There are bound to be certain sections of the manga that didn't get translate The moment where the main protagonists’ relationship is taken a step further in chapter 176, AHHH ! Still one of the best moments that define those two. Spoilery full review below (view spoiler)[ In the anime episode equivalents of the manga chapters and in the manga itself, the chapters in this volume lead up to what I will state one of the steps the main protagonists Inuyasha and Kagome took in their developing romance. There are bound to be certain sections of the manga that didn't get translated into the anime episodes but it's still cool to see how much the frames match and how the anime had to take on the extra task of transitioning between scenes without a hard cut. There were certain lines during the latter half of this volume that I wish got into the episode equivalent but nevertheless, it was just as cute. It's so interesting to see how much softer Inuyasha's character is than from the beginning where he was more of a jerk and a loudmouth. More so than anime!Inuyasha. Everytime that was a huge scenario where he or his group (or he AND his group) are in danger, there's always a shift in the story: a new development of the villain, a new revelation or lead or another step taken in his change from full-on jerk and antihero to someone more compassionate and open. Also, like the romance drama is up 10 points here, and I LOVE any turbulence in the romance department, because it just means it will get better from that point. In chapters 172-176, we feel the love triangle in full force. Kagome and Inuyasha are hurt that the other was there when Kikyo was around Inuyasha in an intimate moment and they spend several days apart, pondering whether and how to quit each other, much to their reluctance and obvious feelings for each other not fading. I love how by the end of chapter 176, the triangle is not resolved but the question of how Inuyasha and Kagome can continue forth is after this incidence is. (And the tender moment in those final pages ahh it’s so cute.) Many in the fandom argue over who Inuyasha loves more, Kikyo or Kagome. In my opinion, you can never forget your first love, who, for Inuyasha, was Kikyo. She also died tragically, which made him feel guilty. One of the ways Inuyasha justified his relationship with Kikyō once she was reborn that since she died once before, he should die in return if that is his destiny with her. Kagome however is alive and demonstrates a will to live, survive and enjoy life. This sentiment is the main aspect that separates Kagome from Kikyo, that helps to define Kagome and is something that she has taught Inuyasha, who admitted in chapter 176 that being around Kagome made his soul happy. TLDR: I love the chapters in this volume. Next. (hide spoiler)]

  10. 5 out of 5

    Moriah Venable

    Koga and Inuyasha are still fighting Naruka's next demons. But they are losing. With Sango's help byu poisoning the soil, Inuyasha is finally able to destory them both. Kikyou and Naruka talk and she informs him that he cant kill her because of Onigumo's heart still beats within his body. As long as his heart is there, the heart that wanted her, he won't be able to. He tries to kill her by taking her souls that keep her alive. Inuyasha finds her and saves him. When she tells him, about Naruka he b Koga and Inuyasha are still fighting Naruka's next demons. But they are losing. With Sango's help byu poisoning the soil, Inuyasha is finally able to destory them both. Kikyou and Naruka talk and she informs him that he cant kill her because of Onigumo's heart still beats within his body. As long as his heart is there, the heart that wanted her, he won't be able to. He tries to kill her by taking her souls that keep her alive. Inuyasha finds her and saves him. When she tells him, about Naruka he becomes jealous and tells that her life is his and he won't let anything happen to her. He'll protect her. Kagome who went home to grab some medicine sees them together. She gives Miroku and Sango the medicine and then goes back to her world. Inuyasha comes to the conclusion that he will protect Kikyou and that he can't see Kagome anymore. While Kagome knows where Inuyasha heart lies, she wishes that never met if it was going to hurt so bad. But still wants to see him so she goes back. And the two talk. Kagome decides that she wants to stay by his side and the two walk off holding hands. While walking, the group hears about Naruka's castle disappearing and happens upon a demon who is attack someone and the person is Kohaku, Sango's little brother. Inuyasha is distrustful of him, believing him to still be under Naraku's spell. But Sango wants to believe that he is back to normal. Kagura comes to get the jewel shard out of Kohaku's back. I loved this volume just like I loved the episodes of the anime that coincide with these chapters. I felt the same heartache for both Inuyasha and Kagome especially when she realizes how deeply she loves him but still wants to be by his side even if he still love Kikyo. Though I do like Kikyo and Inuyasha's relationship because she is no longer with the living, the two can't be together.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    The drama ramped UP in this volume and normally I'd love it but half of me is just like LOVE YOURSELF, KAGOME. UGHHHH (view spoiler)[Although I guess she realized her chances were always gonna be a lot better because she was like, yanno, still alive, and not a reanimated corpse like Kikyo, so waiting was a viable option for her. IDK. Honestly, I was feeling Kikyo and Inuyasha more in this volume. Don't hate me, InuKag shippers! I'm OG InuKag too hahaha. But as I keep reading these volumes, I also The drama ramped UP in this volume and normally I'd love it but half of me is just like LOVE YOURSELF, KAGOME. UGHHHH (view spoiler)[Although I guess she realized her chances were always gonna be a lot better because she was like, yanno, still alive, and not a reanimated corpse like Kikyo, so waiting was a viable option for her. IDK. Honestly, I was feeling Kikyo and Inuyasha more in this volume. Don't hate me, InuKag shippers! I'm OG InuKag too hahaha. But as I keep reading these volumes, I also get why there were people who shipped Inuyasha and Kikyo back in the day. There is a certain beauty to their story.... but I love that Kagome felt awful about wishing Kikyo could just disappear. One of the best traits about Kagome is how much of a force for good she is, I really loved that we saw a more human, petty side to her and she chooses to move on and try not to give into it. Inuyasha is gonna have to prove to me he deserves Kagome!! (hide spoiler)]

  12. 4 out of 5

    Fernanda

    I have a love/hate relationship with this volume because Inuyasha want leave Kagome for Kykyou and I kinda hate her, besides she's not alive, and want him dead, Kagome want him alive, there's a huge difference between them, and Inuyasha at this point he already choose Kykyou. But tht way that Kagome confess her feelings about him was the best part of everything, I really ship them, even at this point of the story they aren't together. I have a love/hate relationship with this volume because Inuyasha want leave Kagome for Kykyou and I kinda hate her, besides she's not alive, and want him dead, Kagome want him alive, there's a huge difference between them, and Inuyasha at this point he already choose Kykyou. But tht way that Kagome confess her feelings about him was the best part of everything, I really ship them, even at this point of the story they aren't together.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Pippa Reads Manga

    This volume is iconic! It's one of those that you really don't want to skip if you are into the romance aspects of this series. Inuyasha continues to be torn between his past and his future, between Kikyo and Kagome. This section of the story has always been one of my favorites. I think a lot of young people can relate to that larger than life kind of love that the story of Inuyasha brings to life. This volume is iconic! It's one of those that you really don't want to skip if you are into the romance aspects of this series. Inuyasha continues to be torn between his past and his future, between Kikyo and Kagome. This section of the story has always been one of my favorites. I think a lot of young people can relate to that larger than life kind of love that the story of Inuyasha brings to life.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Devi

    I hope we're not getting into a period where every arc is broken up by Kagome going back to modern-day Japan because of a fight between her and Inuyasha. We're so obviously past the "will they or won't they" bit, just do it! I hope we're not getting into a period where every arc is broken up by Kagome going back to modern-day Japan because of a fight between her and Inuyasha. We're so obviously past the "will they or won't they" bit, just do it!

  15. 5 out of 5

    ⒶH-ℳℰⒾ ♔♚♛Queen Of The Fat Cats♛♚♔

    This series is getting better and better.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Megan

    If you're a Inuyasha/Kagome shipper you'll enjoy this one a lot. They make good progress on their respective feelings for each other. If you're a Inuyasha/Kagome shipper you'll enjoy this one a lot. They make good progress on their respective feelings for each other.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Bee (BacchusVines)

    The dirt-hag-hag is back and messing up my OTP. Uugh, I hate that Kagome is so accepting of this >x< Also, Naraku's child is still ew. The dirt-hag-hag is back and messing up my OTP. Uugh, I hate that Kagome is so accepting of this >x< Also, Naraku's child is still ew.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Isa Belle

    It feels weird now how they try to speak up their feelings for each other. Adorable. uwu

  19. 4 out of 5

    Marie Kos

    This volume is just as moving as I remembered it! Inuyasha may have the only compelling love triangle I have ever read.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Leslie Anne

    The romance is a bit dramatic, and I wish the characters would just communicate honestly.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Cynthia

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Reread Possible spoilers?? When I first started collecting this series, almost ten years ago, this was one of the first volumes I found at my Half Price Books store, and boy do I remember it well. This was one of my most hated books in the series, granted I still loved it but it has a huge Inuyasha and Kikyo moment. Now, however, I truly like Kikyo's character and I have sympathy for her and Inuyasha's short-lived relationship. I understand now, why he has trouble letting her go. It's not like the Reread Possible spoilers?? When I first started collecting this series, almost ten years ago, this was one of the first volumes I found at my Half Price Books store, and boy do I remember it well. This was one of my most hated books in the series, granted I still loved it but it has a huge Inuyasha and Kikyo moment. Now, however, I truly like Kikyo's character and I have sympathy for her and Inuyasha's short-lived relationship. I understand now, why he has trouble letting her go. It's not like they truly hated each other, they were conned into thinking that they were deceived by each other. It really is a tragic love story. Anyway, rant about my teenage feelings is over. This volume starts where seventeen left off: Inuyasha and Koga battling Kageromaru and Juromaru. Might I just say Sango is brilliant in this fight! She wasn't a main fighter in it, but without her demon-slaying training, they might not have won the fight. And then it cuts to Kikyo in a village where she meets Naraku and she reveals to him that he'll never be able to hurt her as long as Onigumo's heart is in him (because the bandit loved Kikyo). Naraku takes this as a wound to his ego and sends a giant soul-catcher to steal all of Kikyo's borrowed souls. She tuns away and who does she run into?? Ding ding ding ding, Inuyasha! She tells him about how Naraku loves her because the bandit whose heart is inside him loved her and this infuriates Inuyasha. They share some words and declarations and who catches some of it? YUP, Kagome. Oh, the drama. She runs back to her own time and thus both sides ponder about what they should do in terms of seeing each other. It's all very dramatic and it used to make me SO mad, but now I appreciate the complexity of the relationships. Kagome was way more mature than I was at 15 because she understands Inuyasha's situation and decides to stay by his side and continue their quest to defeat Naraku. This volume ends with Kohaku, in a village where his entire memory is gone. The group finds him because Kagome senses the shard in his back. Then, just as Sango was telling Kohaku they wouldn't be parted again, Kagura shows up out of nowhere and demands her brother's shard, whether he be alive or dead.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Joti

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. So Kageroumaru’s underground & it’s hard to fight him & Sango poisons the ground temporarily to draw the little bastard out & eventually Inuyasha slices the 2 shits together & Kouga makes another remark about KAgome being his woman before leaving which pisses off Inuyasha HAH & he & Kagome fight again - Meanwhile, Naraku’s been checking up on Kikyou & tries killing her by taking the souls sustaining her but Inuyasha’s there to stop it & he spends time with Kikyou but KAgome’s on her way back - b So Kageroumaru’s underground & it’s hard to fight him & Sango poisons the ground temporarily to draw the little bastard out & eventually Inuyasha slices the 2 shits together & Kouga makes another remark about KAgome being his woman before leaving which pisses off Inuyasha HAH & he & Kagome fight again - Meanwhile, Naraku’s been checking up on Kikyou & tries killing her by taking the souls sustaining her but Inuyasha’s there to stop it & he spends time with Kikyou but KAgome’s on her way back - but Kikyou reveals that Onigumo’s heart remains in Naraku, so there’s jealousy & his own desire for Kikyou & Inuyasha won’t let her die & Kagome comes back & sees them together & hears the whole bit about Onigumo’s heart & Naraku saw them together through Kanna’s creepy mirror. Jeez, what a creep. And she goes to see him & tells him he can’t ever kill her when one of his creations touches her & is blown away - there’s a barrier made of Onigumo’s feelings or something protecting her. Kagome returned to her human world after seeing that & both she & Inuyasha feel bad about it & decide not to go back. BUT KAGOME REALIZES SHE LOVES HIM OMGGGG <3 & SHE GOES & TALKS TO HIM & SAYS DESPITE EVERYTHING SHE WANTS TO BE THERE WITH HIM & HE SAYS OKAY & IT’S SUCH A SWEET MOMENT <3 Kohaku, Sango’s brother was left to die & he can’t rmr anything but remembers the castle & his name & the Shikon is still in his body & Naraku sends a monster to collect it but Kagome & the others show up, including Sango, & they kill the monster & realize Kohaku has no more memories & she starts telling him about their life. and Kagura shows up to get the Shikon from Khaki’s body.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Lauren

    What first drew me to this series was the romantic historical aspect. I loved how a modern day girl gets pulled back into the past. I don't know what it is about those stories that attract me so much, maybe it is the difficulty for the girl of fitting in and having to rely on the guy so much to be able to get along in the world. I also really liked the group aspect to this series and the corresponding relationships that affect each of the characters. I would really recommend this series to fans of What first drew me to this series was the romantic historical aspect. I loved how a modern day girl gets pulled back into the past. I don't know what it is about those stories that attract me so much, maybe it is the difficulty for the girl of fitting in and having to rely on the guy so much to be able to get along in the world. I also really liked the group aspect to this series and the corresponding relationships that affect each of the characters. I would really recommend this series to fans of Red River, it has a lot of the same concepts.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    4 stars for InuYasha 18 Brief Overview The fight with Naraku's newest creations conitinues with Koga and InuYasha working together to try and defend Kagome and the others... Kikiyo rears her annoying head again and once again Kagome gets an emotional bullet to her heart. The girl is an angel though. Find out why yourself! In Conclusion An interesting volume that once again brings to light the stupid love triangle that makes my eye twitch. Otherwise it's a pretty good volume which you should read 4 stars for InuYasha 18 Brief Overview The fight with Naraku's newest creations conitinues with Koga and InuYasha working together to try and defend Kagome and the others... Kikiyo rears her annoying head again and once again Kagome gets an emotional bullet to her heart. The girl is an angel though. Find out why yourself! In Conclusion An interesting volume that once again brings to light the stupid love triangle that makes my eye twitch. Otherwise it's a pretty good volume which you should read after you read all the volumes before it!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Lanie

    Better than the last entry. I do so love the love triangle. Its much better than all the crap that the more recent teen romance books has done. God how I hate teen paranormal romance. This was a good entry though. Love the cliff hangers at the end. They always keep you reading.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Annie

    *Updated: That chapter still gets to me. *First Read* So they finally talked about their feelings... but Inuyasha chose Kikyo. Honestly, is good that I know what happens in the future because this is very stressful.

  27. 4 out of 5

    The Third Place A Teen Library

    F TAK v.18

  28. 5 out of 5

    Caroline

    Kikyo is back, which naturally means romantic tension again. I was disappointed that there was yet another "Kagome storms off back to present-day to sulk about her jealousy," but overall it was good. Kikyo is back, which naturally means romantic tension again. I was disappointed that there was yet another "Kagome storms off back to present-day to sulk about her jealousy," but overall it was good.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Ubalstecha

    This manga continues to move right along, giving us a bit of closure on Kagome and Inu Yasha's relationship. This manga continues to move right along, giving us a bit of closure on Kagome and Inu Yasha's relationship.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    Despite the fact that Takahashi is mostly just circling through the same story beats, she still makes it a compelling enough saga.

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