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The sweet "aww"-inspiring tale of school life continues!! The Kiri High crew dives into the sports festival...and thanks to some fighting words from Hori, even phys ed-phobic Miyamura is fired up and raring to go?! His fellow third-years might get some great last memories out of their final sports fest--as Sengoku's apathy, Sakura's battle with rhythm, and Hori's manly chee The sweet "aww"-inspiring tale of school life continues!! The Kiri High crew dives into the sports festival...and thanks to some fighting words from Hori, even phys ed-phobic Miyamura is fired up and raring to go?! His fellow third-years might get some great last memories out of their final sports fest--as Sengoku's apathy, Sakura's battle with rhythm, and Hori's manly cheerleading take center stage--but for Miyamura, they'll be his first!


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The sweet "aww"-inspiring tale of school life continues!! The Kiri High crew dives into the sports festival...and thanks to some fighting words from Hori, even phys ed-phobic Miyamura is fired up and raring to go?! His fellow third-years might get some great last memories out of their final sports fest--as Sengoku's apathy, Sakura's battle with rhythm, and Hori's manly chee The sweet "aww"-inspiring tale of school life continues!! The Kiri High crew dives into the sports festival...and thanks to some fighting words from Hori, even phys ed-phobic Miyamura is fired up and raring to go?! His fellow third-years might get some great last memories out of their final sports fest--as Sengoku's apathy, Sakura's battle with rhythm, and Hori's manly cheerleading take center stage--but for Miyamura, they'll be his first!

30 review for Horimiya, Vol. 8

  1. 5 out of 5

    Lauren

    Super happy with this volume...finally feels like Horimiya is taking off again :) I’m really glad we learned more about Miyamura’s backstory and the shenanigans at the sports day festival had me laughing out loud! I’m aware that this volume really didn’t add much to the overall story but I just love being in the cast’s company. It’s like a Japanese soap! :D Right...on to number 9!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Bianca Lara✨

    this story makes me so happy😊🥰

  3. 5 out of 5

    ✦ Maica ✦

    IT'S FINALLY THE SPORTS FESTIVAL! So many hilarious things happen in this volume. I'm also really happy that Miyamura can finally enjoy the sports festival with his friends and girlfriend. That's a big jump from last year where he was alone. I'm so happy with how Miyamura's character turned out. He has so much growth and development! IT'S FINALLY THE SPORTS FESTIVAL! So many hilarious things happen in this volume. I'm also really happy that Miyamura can finally enjoy the sports festival with his friends and girlfriend. That's a big jump from last year where he was alone. I'm so happy with how Miyamura's character turned out. He has so much growth and development!

  4. 5 out of 5

    tammy

    chapter 56 being titled “we should break up” made me gasp out loud at 1am... IM DOWN BAD

  5. 4 out of 5

    DonutKnow

    I forgot to write a review for this one- let’s just lump all the volumes as definitely having an element of cute 👌

  6. 4 out of 5

    Alexis U

    Much better than the last volume. The school field day competition! Miyamura makes more friends! Hori has a nightmare! They’re all so cute.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Ren (A Bookish Balance)

    3.75/5 stars

  8. 5 out of 5

    Rod Brown

    The series where nothing happens continues. A sports festival goes on forever and then some bullying is hinted at. Remember when it used to matter that the male lead had piercings and tattoos? Remember when the female lead used to be a strong, competent person? You know, before all she become useful for was being the butt of some misogynistic fetishism jokes. Remember when things of consequence happened in their lives? I really must stop reading this.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Sesana

    This is where I check out. Way too much time spent on a dull sports festival, and I no longer enjoy watching the central relationship unfold.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

    Funny and cute sports festival fun times, plus more Miyamura back story! 😍

  11. 5 out of 5

    Chloe

    They are so cute

  12. 4 out of 5

    Kai

    The problem I have with Horimiya is that is never really goes in too deep of topics it raises. From bullying, abandonment, depression, repressed rage, the fact that Hori is a masochist/sadist. It just waves it away for the most part to focus on the lightheartedness and jokes. The "darker" parts of it are always simmering under the surface. Maybe it's just me psychoanalyzing everyone. Hori's whiplash personality is the perfect metaphor for this series. The problem I have with Horimiya is that is never really goes in too deep of topics it raises. From bullying, abandonment, depression, repressed rage, the fact that Hori is a masochist/sadist. It just waves it away for the most part to focus on the lightheartedness and jokes. The "darker" parts of it are always simmering under the surface. Maybe it's just me psychoanalyzing everyone. Hori's whiplash personality is the perfect metaphor for this series.

  13. 4 out of 5

    CJ - It's only a Paper Moon

    I love this series. End of story. I even love when Miyamori gets so freaked out when he has to get tough with Hori. His face!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Monrucha▪♡▪

    This volume is basically 80% filler. Don't get me wrong.It's still a super cute and funny read.I was in a sour mood when I started this volume and reemerge giggly and elated.This whole serie is a great pick me up for sure. I have been pretty incoherent in my review of the past few volumes(the feels man)and skipped over many details I'd like to mention.I'm going over the things that bothers me this time. I really hate how the author use Remi as a tool to get Hori all worked up and jealous. I'd though This volume is basically 80% filler. Don't get me wrong.It's still a super cute and funny read.I was in a sour mood when I started this volume and reemerge giggly and elated.This whole serie is a great pick me up for sure. I have been pretty incoherent in my review of the past few volumes(the feels man)and skipped over many details I'd like to mention.I'm going over the things that bothers me this time. I really hate how the author use Remi as a tool to get Hori all worked up and jealous. I'd thought that Remi was an airhead who only cares about outter appearence when she was introduced in the 3rd volume. But the last volume gave us a peek inside her mind and she actually a lot more than what she seemed.A person in a stable relationship does not simply go around announcing that she wants another boy,joking or otherwise(it's so unrealistic). I also don't really understand what's going on with Hori??She appeared to be a level-headed person at the start of the series but now ut seems like her personality just did a 180° change.She gets insecure over the smallest thing and I hate this change. With all the negativity being said and done,I LOVE how the male to male friendship is show here.These boys does not hold back their affection andyou can see that they really care for each other.I'm just really happy to read a story where non-romantic relatonships get as much limelight as the romantic one.

  15. 4 out of 5

    D E N Z

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Probably my most favorite volume yet. This volume consisted of the much-awaited School Festival arc which was filled with cute and funny moments but moreso, this volume featured great character development for both Miyamura and Tanihara. For Miyamura, it really made my heart so happy to finally see him feel the acceptance and friendship he so deeply wishes to covet. Seeing him happy and enjoy the School Festival is probably one of my favorite moments that happened on this series yet. As for Tanihar Probably my most favorite volume yet. This volume consisted of the much-awaited School Festival arc which was filled with cute and funny moments but moreso, this volume featured great character development for both Miyamura and Tanihara. For Miyamura, it really made my heart so happy to finally see him feel the acceptance and friendship he so deeply wishes to covet. Seeing him happy and enjoy the School Festival is probably one of my favorite moments that happened on this series yet. As for Tanihara, we finally get to see where his "hatred" from Miyamura came from. Honestly, Chapter 55 will also probably go down as one of my favorite chapters yet. I'm so happy to see Tanihara getting some sort of character development and is not only portrayed as some sort of "bully" here. Really hoping to see more redemption from Tanihara and hopefully Miyamura and Tanihara actually becoming friends in the future. With that being said, I'm SOOOOO ready for Volume 9.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Jamie

    This went from being one of my favorite mangas to stumble upon to WTF. What happened to Miyamura's personality? Style? What the eff happened with Hori where she's suddenly begging to be hit and cursed at, despite his discomfort? I did notice on a margin, when this off behavior started, that this is where it all started. This what? We are stuck in an eternal sports festival, and no longer showing relationship growth. I feel that it's so weird. It's making me feel icky and creeped out for reading This went from being one of my favorite mangas to stumble upon to WTF. What happened to Miyamura's personality? Style? What the eff happened with Hori where she's suddenly begging to be hit and cursed at, despite his discomfort? I did notice on a margin, when this off behavior started, that this is where it all started. This what? We are stuck in an eternal sports festival, and no longer showing relationship growth. I feel that it's so weird. It's making me feel icky and creeped out for reading it, because I do not condone this behavior. I am just hoping it serves a purpose? It's almost as if a whole new person is writing it. So disappointed.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Brian

    Hitting it's stride well At first I wasn't really on board with them dragging out 3rd year for so long after flying through 1st and 2nd, but after this volume I am alllll good with it. They have really hit their stride with this one. Last volume was really good too, but this one just flowed perfectly. I really hope they can hold this for a few more volumes at least because it's super nice! Though I feel like when exams/graduation hits the flow is going to have to change regardless :( Hitting it's stride well At first I wasn't really on board with them dragging out 3rd year for so long after flying through 1st and 2nd, but after this volume I am alllll good with it. They have really hit their stride with this one. Last volume was really good too, but this one just flowed perfectly. I really hope they can hold this for a few more volumes at least because it's super nice! Though I feel like when exams/graduation hits the flow is going to have to change regardless :(

  18. 4 out of 5

    Jenny

    I LOVE festivals in manga, and sports festivals never cease to entertain. This sports festival was no different and loved every second of it! I also adored the chapter where Tanihara talks to Miyamura and things seem to be better between them. While I certainly wouldn't go around saying that people can become friends with their bullies, I still thought this was a nice scene and like the idea of attempting to fix past mistakes. A simple yet powerful scene that made my shriveled-up heart swell wit I LOVE festivals in manga, and sports festivals never cease to entertain. This sports festival was no different and loved every second of it! I also adored the chapter where Tanihara talks to Miyamura and things seem to be better between them. While I certainly wouldn't go around saying that people can become friends with their bullies, I still thought this was a nice scene and like the idea of attempting to fix past mistakes. A simple yet powerful scene that made my shriveled-up heart swell with joy. As does pretty much everything about this series, really...

  19. 5 out of 5

    kerrycat

    Hori's psychological state is very concerning - as is Miyamura's confusion as to how he should respond to her requests (and when he does what she asks . . . what's going on inside his head?). don't get me started on her dad - I suspect the roots of her masochism come from her parents' relationship. there is a whole lot going on with the other characters' relationships/romances, and it's really compelling to watch this all unfold. the emotional depth of this series isn't just realistic, but I thi Hori's psychological state is very concerning - as is Miyamura's confusion as to how he should respond to her requests (and when he does what she asks . . . what's going on inside his head?). don't get me started on her dad - I suspect the roots of her masochism come from her parents' relationship. there is a whole lot going on with the other characters' relationships/romances, and it's really compelling to watch this all unfold. the emotional depth of this series isn't just realistic, but I think really key in what makes it such a pleasure to read.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Bryn (Plus Others)

    I love this more and more with every volume. It really does remind me of Banri Hidaka -- something about the way that there is often a main conversation happening which is the focal point of the plot, but the other characters are talking to each other as well all along and their comments on the main conversation (or confusion about it) are often very, very funny. I suppose I cannot resist a panel.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Kate

    This series frustrates me because it can be so much better than it is. The source material is 4-koma and this manga reads just like it. I'd rather be reading the 4-koma version than this one. The first few volumes of this series had fluid storytelling, but now it's like the mangaka can't figure out how to smoothly tell the story anymore. This series frustrates me because it can be so much better than it is. The source material is 4-koma and this manga reads just like it. I'd rather be reading the 4-koma version than this one. The first few volumes of this series had fluid storytelling, but now it's like the mangaka can't figure out how to smoothly tell the story anymore.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Alex

    aww i'm glad miyamura managed to have at least one sports festival that he could have fun with his friends :,) also love learning more about miyamura's past and that dream part was really cool. still don't like that hori enjoys when miyamura yells and hits hori even though he clearly doesn't like doing it. :/ aww i'm glad miyamura managed to have at least one sports festival that he could have fun with his friends :,) also love learning more about miyamura's past and that dream part was really cool. still don't like that hori enjoys when miyamura yells and hits hori even though he clearly doesn't like doing it. :/

  23. 4 out of 5

    Scott Bechtel

    This volume gives us the traditional trope of sports rally day. While that was fun, the last chapter is where the real meat of what I love about this series plays out. Their relationship. The only negative I have with the series so far is there are way too many characters now, that I'm losing track of whose who, and who like who. Wish we would get little reminders. Overall another great volume. This volume gives us the traditional trope of sports rally day. While that was fun, the last chapter is where the real meat of what I love about this series plays out. Their relationship. The only negative I have with the series so far is there are way too many characters now, that I'm losing track of whose who, and who like who. Wish we would get little reminders. Overall another great volume.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Yuri

    Horimiya, so far, isn’t as good as I expected. This volume felt flat for me because I wasn’t engaged with the sport festival plot, Miyamura’s childhood trauma resolution was a little to easy at first but it can get better. Also, Hori and Miyamura interactions feels a little off sometimes, like when he mistreats her because she enjoys it. For me, doesn’t make sense.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Tori

    I feel like this story had really come into its own in the last volume or two. Going into more background of the characters and fleshing them out beyond the original premise. The story has matured while still retaining the comedy and nonsense from the original web series.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Anna Marie

    School sports; teamwork and competition. This book revolves around a school-wide event where everyone is placed on two teams, each classroom gets split between east and west. All the angst about failure and lack of self-confidence.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Daisy Mauricio

    This volume was really fun to read especially during the sports festival. Even though this volume didn't do that big of a contribution to the story especially to some characters it was really fun to read the sports festival since the majority of the characters were included during it :). This volume was really fun to read especially during the sports festival. Even though this volume didn't do that big of a contribution to the story especially to some characters it was really fun to read the sports festival since the majority of the characters were included during it :).

  28. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    4 Stars

  29. 4 out of 5

    gabi

    That last chapter was too adorable and cute!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kereesa

    3.5

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