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禊によって心の澱を落とした雪音は、白銀の剣と化す神器として輝きを見せ始める。だが、人の死角──生死の狭間に棲まう者の宿命が…!?


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禊によって心の澱を落とした雪音は、白銀の剣と化す神器として輝きを見せ始める。だが、人の死角──生死の狭間に棲まう者の宿命が…!?

30 review for ノラガミ 4

  1. 5 out of 5

    Magdalen

    Me after finishing this volume: Me after finishing this volume:

  2. 5 out of 5

    Mir

    This was really excellent -- all the characters are revealed to have more dimensions than were previously apparent, and new, plottier plot twists come into play. It feels in retrospect like what came before was mostly world building, and this is where the story really takes off. Looking forward to book 5. Musical pairing: The Checkers, "Giza giza hatto no komori uta" (Lullaby of a Broken Jagged Heart) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ZMiO... This was really excellent -- all the characters are revealed to have more dimensions than were previously apparent, and new, plottier plot twists come into play. It feels in retrospect like what came before was mostly world building, and this is where the story really takes off. Looking forward to book 5. Musical pairing: The Checkers, "Giza giza hatto no komori uta" (Lullaby of a Broken Jagged Heart) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ZMiO...

  3. 5 out of 5

    Phoenix2

    Another great volum, though kind of darker and with some solid mystery introduction.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Maria

    Some shady stuff going on amongst Bishamon’s shinki’s ranks (not Kazuma though. He’s an angel.). My girl better watch out for that Kugaha motherfucker or the story might repeat itself again. I’m so sad that Yukine had to go through finally finding a friend and immediately losing him. 😪 Anyways, I’m buckling up now bc the REAL angst has not even begun yet.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Josh

    A slightly quieter story than the last volume, the story remains great as we learn more about some of the characters. At the same time, tension increases as plots and intrigue grow from unexpected places. There's a clash coming, and it's hard to tell where the lines will be drawn. A slightly quieter story than the last volume, the story remains great as we learn more about some of the characters. At the same time, tension increases as plots and intrigue grow from unexpected places. There's a clash coming, and it's hard to tell where the lines will be drawn.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Julie

    I really like the art in this. There's just something about it that I love seeing. I really like the art in this. There's just something about it that I love seeing.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Nərmin

    This volume is basically calm before the storm. While not many things happened (apart from that horrible death of shinki), all the troubles are set up for the next volumes. And I loved Kazuma here too, he is badass and smart. Hiyori and Yato moments are funny.^^

  8. 5 out of 5

    Nicholas Driscoll

    Still enjoying the story, but I waver a bit. The theme of not wanting to be forgotten is touching, but some story elements grated on me a little. Still, very enjoyable.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Jenny

    Holy shit, Kofuku threatened Bishamon! That's it, it's official, Kofuku best girl don't @ me! Anyway, this was an interesting volume because it not only showed the consequences of owning multiple shinki from a physical perspective, but also from an emotional one. Not wanting to hurt your master with your negative emotions is fine, but bottling them up and hiding them is even worse. It's a simple idea (going to others for help when suffering) that's been used in media multiple times, but adding a Holy shit, Kofuku threatened Bishamon! That's it, it's official, Kofuku best girl don't @ me! Anyway, this was an interesting volume because it not only showed the consequences of owning multiple shinki from a physical perspective, but also from an emotional one. Not wanting to hurt your master with your negative emotions is fine, but bottling them up and hiding them is even worse. It's a simple idea (going to others for help when suffering) that's been used in media multiple times, but adding a physical ramification on both the one suffering and the master drives home the point more. I also appreciate how we could both sides of the idea (Bishamon's stance and the shinkis') and how both of them are valid, and that validity is what's making it worse. If both sides see themselves as the problem, how can they hope to find a solution? I know I'm just rambling here, but I really like how this idea is being used and how dangerous is can be. That's all I really want to say about this volume. A nice start to this arc, looking forward to continuing it!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Hillary

    Reading these volumes is like revisiting an already read story since I watched the anime a couple of years ago and the plot points are pretty similar between the two. But I have to continue because the third season of the anime still hasn’t come out (and probably never will *cries*), and I NEED to know what happens next ❤️

  11. 5 out of 5

    Ken Yuen

    I really enjoyed this one. I think the stories about Bishamon and her relationship with her Shinki are really touching. The story about Suzuha and the cherry tree. Oh man... Also Suzune worrying about Hiyori forgetting is also pretty moving. It really makes the Shinki and deities' world building a lot more concrete. Bishamon is especially portrayed in a lonely and poignant light, which I appreciate. Edit: Forgot to mention that it feels like some of the conversations feel disjointed. I don't know I really enjoyed this one. I think the stories about Bishamon and her relationship with her Shinki are really touching. The story about Suzuha and the cherry tree. Oh man... Also Suzune worrying about Hiyori forgetting is also pretty moving. It really makes the Shinki and deities' world building a lot more concrete. Bishamon is especially portrayed in a lonely and poignant light, which I appreciate. Edit: Forgot to mention that it feels like some of the conversations feel disjointed. I don't know if it's a lost in translation issue or if just some of the dialogue is a bit odd due to the fantastical setting.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Hikaoru

    That lady god penchant to save everyone would bite her in the ass someday. What her assistant said is true. She should be talking to them, give them purpose. If not, some over achiever will come and snatch them one by one to build their own army.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Yume

    Ahhh...This volume is also great...but it has many painful scenes. First, I felt sad to see the story of Bisyamonten. Before reading this volume, I thought she is the antagonist of Yato. However, in fact, I think she is not bad woman... She thinks about her family, but it go wrong.. I felt so painful...

  14. 4 out of 5

    yvee

    this got me all kinds of fucked up man. kugaha I’m gonna kick ur ass!!!

  15. 5 out of 5

    beth {hiatus} F.

    That was pretty good. It picked up well from the last volume and carried out the story smoothly. Excluding the unnecessary fanservice, I enjoyed it!

  16. 4 out of 5

    River

    5 Stars I love the pacing. The characters are well rounded and the art style is really fittìng to the story.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Elias Alexander

    Such a powerful volume. The story is getting really good and so much potential. I'm excited. Such a powerful volume. The story is getting really good and so much potential. I'm excited.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Judyth (Geeky Reading)

    ~3.5-4/5 I wasn’t really feeling the last volume, but this one was definitely a step up. We get some more of Yato and Hiyori here, see that Yukine is doing better and working after the last volume. Yato is trying to push Hiyori away, because a human being close with Gods and ayakashi is bad, and they eventually forget about them with time. I like the development here, how they’re all kind of wondering and aware, but none of them want it to happen. I also really like Kofuku; she’s so adorable and p ~3.5-4/5 I wasn’t really feeling the last volume, but this one was definitely a step up. We get some more of Yato and Hiyori here, see that Yukine is doing better and working after the last volume. Yato is trying to push Hiyori away, because a human being close with Gods and ayakashi is bad, and they eventually forget about them with time. I like the development here, how they’re all kind of wondering and aware, but none of them want it to happen. I also really like Kofuku; she’s so adorable and positive, and just great. But mostly we got to see and understand Bishamonten. She pretty much collects Shinki, because she wants to save everyone, only she can’t take care of all of them. It’s a slippery slope and she’s going downhill. Her closest shinki are trying to help, but it’s hard, and she’s set in her ways. I was surprised by her storyline, and saddened. There’s also someone working against her, and that’s going to be bad. This volume was better, and now I’m looking forward to the next one again. [Read more at my blog, Geeky Reading!]

  19. 5 out of 5

    Syahira

    there is a necessity to read the manga because of the OVA

  20. 5 out of 5

    Marissa

    My favorite one in the series so far. Really good!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Kellie

    I just adore this series and I'm so excited to continue. I just adore this series and I'm so excited to continue.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Laiky

    Love it love it love it love it!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Jakelyn Peralta

    it was okay, still fun tho

  24. 5 out of 5

    Melanie

    Chapters 12 to 15 ~~ Hiyori you rock girl! and Yato is so funny!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Tyree C.

    This book Norogami: Stray God is published and written by Adachitoka. The setting as of this moment is at Kofuku's temple which the God of disaster. The main characters are Yato, a low class god of calamity, Yukine, Yato's shinki that turns into a sword, and Hiyori, a girl that became half ayakashi. I found this book at the IMC library at CCTS. Yato is beginning to wonder about people being able to remember him. His status as a God is slowly fading, without people to believe in him he'll become n This book Norogami: Stray God is published and written by Adachitoka. The setting as of this moment is at Kofuku's temple which the God of disaster. The main characters are Yato, a low class god of calamity, Yukine, Yato's shinki that turns into a sword, and Hiyori, a girl that became half ayakashi. I found this book at the IMC library at CCTS. Yato is beginning to wonder about people being able to remember him. His status as a God is slowly fading, without people to believe in him he'll become non - existent. Now he is avoiding the only person who believes he is a God(Hiyori) and his relationship with his shinki is getting better. My thoughts about the ending was that it was a sad one.My favorite quote was actually the ending where Yato yelled "Not as Long as their is one person who never forgets me!".It shows a lot the relationship between a god and a human because there would be no gods without humans to believe in them. My personal opinion was that this book does not disappoint. I feel as though if you want to get into anime it is best to look for these types of anime that have more realistic fiction. Some similar books I think are pretty much any school/ action-packed genres like Seven Deadly Sins. I recommend this book for people that like realistic fiction.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Joti

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. So it turns out the anime follows the manga VERY CLOSELY!! So Tenjin advises Yato to cut his ties with Hiyori or else she won't be able to properly live in her world. Meanwhile, Kazume & Bishamon are experiencing a bit of tension in their relationship and that old doctor guy, Kugaha, is plotting with Nora. He's got these eye masks and wants to replace Bishamon with a new Bishamon. And Yukine makes a friend - Suzuha; one of Bush's Shinki that she has apparently forgotten & hasn't called on in yea So it turns out the anime follows the manga VERY CLOSELY!! So Tenjin advises Yato to cut his ties with Hiyori or else she won't be able to properly live in her world. Meanwhile, Kazume & Bishamon are experiencing a bit of tension in their relationship and that old doctor guy, Kugaha, is plotting with Nora. He's got these eye masks and wants to replace Bishamon with a new Bishamon. And Yukine makes a friend - Suzuha; one of Bush's Shinki that she has apparently forgotten & hasn't called on in years. But KUGAHA KILLS HIM :O and Yukine doesn't yet know and Bishamon feels his death. The problem with Bishamon's relationship to her Shinkis is they don't want to upset her, so they don't say anything about their troubles and Kazuma wants their relationship to be more open but they don't really understand each other's way of thinking on this one aspect. So Kugaha hides the blight of Aiha, one of Bisha's Shinki that hasn't been used in years & Kazuma has everyone searched for impurities but somehow Kugaha hid Aiha's so it causes distrust & unsettles the Shinkis' relationship even more. and Yato & Yukine both don't want to be forgotten by Hiyori & she promises not to forget...

  27. 4 out of 5

    Maé

    I completely forgot just how intense Noragami. It's the kind of manga you start thinking it will be a fun light read, but the plot will actually be really heavy with deep subjects involved and I absolutely adore it. This volume gives us more of Bishamon and all her shinki, which is always interesting to me. I love her as a character. I especially love the parallels between Bishamon, seen as one of the most powerful and most popular gods, not knowing how to behave with her shinki, versus Yato, the I completely forgot just how intense Noragami. It's the kind of manga you start thinking it will be a fun light read, but the plot will actually be really heavy with deep subjects involved and I absolutely adore it. This volume gives us more of Bishamon and all her shinki, which is always interesting to me. I love her as a character. I especially love the parallels between Bishamon, seen as one of the most powerful and most popular gods, not knowing how to behave with her shinki, versus Yato, the less liked and less known god, but who will always do the most to educate Yukine. I really think Bishamon and Yato are two sides of the same coin, and I can't wait to rediscover how their relationship will evolve. I adore Yato, Yukine and Hiyori's relationship with each other. The way they get more and more attached to each other and just look like a little family breaks my heart. Yato is only ever trying to protect them and I love him so much for it.

  28. 5 out of 5

    TolkieniteJedi

    This manga, y'all. It's so much better than the anime. The characters, oh my word. I love them so much. The story. The incredible, gorgeous ART. I have no idea how this qualifies as a shounen, though, besides it being published in a shounen magazine? It's all character-driven and has very little fighting overall. It's SO GOOD. The thing is... it would be even more perfect if there wasn't unnecessary fanservice! Ugghhh. Does Bishamon /really/ have to be shown bathing in every other chapter? Do we This manga, y'all. It's so much better than the anime. The characters, oh my word. I love them so much. The story. The incredible, gorgeous ART. I have no idea how this qualifies as a shounen, though, besides it being published in a shounen magazine? It's all character-driven and has very little fighting overall. It's SO GOOD. The thing is... it would be even more perfect if there wasn't unnecessary fanservice! Ugghhh. Does Bishamon /really/ have to be shown bathing in every other chapter? Do we really need so many shots of Hiyori's skirt blowing around? Also, I could... really do without the occasional sexual references. Despite these caveats, I love this manga to pieces. I just... can't recommend it to a guy, because of the unfortunate fanservice. :( Aside from that, and the occasional inappropriate references, it's such a good story.

  29. 4 out of 5

    James DeSantis

    This was a slower paced volume but worked well to build the world and characters. Getting to see the three main leads work together was a nice change of pace. Some silly adventures, and learning what happens humans if they stay too long with their undead friends. I also liked we got a lot more background on Bishamonten and her sad world. Oh and there's a asshole who likes to torment the undead and use them, and so just when Yukine makes a friend it is ripped away from him. Overall, some solid wo This was a slower paced volume but worked well to build the world and characters. Getting to see the three main leads work together was a nice change of pace. Some silly adventures, and learning what happens humans if they stay too long with their undead friends. I also liked we got a lot more background on Bishamonten and her sad world. Oh and there's a asshole who likes to torment the undead and use them, and so just when Yukine makes a friend it is ripped away from him. Overall, some solid world building and character development. This wasn't a amazing volume but it was good. This series has a cool idea and I'm with it still. A 3 out of 5.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Bryce

    okay that was a confusing volume. we had a lot of set up for character motives and future action but not a whole lot of movement plot wise. we got some interesting character development with the side characters and a further development of the series lore but due to this the plot pretty much went nowhere. curious about the series overall but the slow pace is starting to get slightly annoying. overall an okay volume which did a fair amount of ground work for later plot lines and twists at the los okay that was a confusing volume. we had a lot of set up for character motives and future action but not a whole lot of movement plot wise. we got some interesting character development with the side characters and a further development of the series lore but due to this the plot pretty much went nowhere. curious about the series overall but the slow pace is starting to get slightly annoying. overall an okay volume which did a fair amount of ground work for later plot lines and twists at the los of a lot of plot movement

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