Nodame Cantabile volume 7
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  • The new secondary characters releaved the weight on this volume, making it a little lighter and funny in many moments

    • by Cal
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      In this volume of Nodame Cantabile we get to know a lot of new characters. Chiaki’s orchestra starts rehearsing, so there’s a little bit of space for some of them in the story. Still not losing sight of the main characters, the new secondary ones interact well with them, making the story more entertaining, as we

      have more little stories building this great one.

      As the orchestra decides on their pieces to play in their first concert, and get a place to play, Chiaki begins feeling frustrated when he finds out that the members will probably only stay for a year, as they already have plans to study abroad.

      Even with all ...


      • the previous volume’s sense of comedy, this story has a serious twist. You can feel Chiaki’s angst and frustration, and that made me keep reading as I had already sympathised with him. He’s a little hard to understand, as he’s pictured as a person with a really complicated mind. Even so, in this story you learn
        to like him, and to try to understand his liking for music too.

        The new secondary characters releaved the weight on this volume, making it a little lighter and funny in many moments. The style is still well chosen and easy to follow, and keeps me wanting to know what will happen with Chiaki’s orchestra in the following volumes.




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