Nodame Cantabile volume 18
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  • The short moments for Nodame and Chiaki in this part brought the laughs that you need when a story gets a little sad, so I found a good balance while reading it
  • Chiaki found a problem with public transport in his way to the concert, and by chance he met with his old master Viera after so many years
  • This volume is really well written, and gave me laughs and interesting moments in the same dose, keeping me interested until the end

    • by Cal
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      In this volume of Nodame Cantabile Chiaki decides to move to another apartment, as he can’t concentrate with so many musicians surrounding him -ironic for someone who works as a conductor-. Also Son Rui makes her appeareance, having an important paper this time. She will deal with her insecurities about piano, but in the end she decides to play, only if Chiaki conducts.

      The 18th volume reminded me a little of a mountain,


      as the story seems to do ups and downs. Not meaning good and bad, but because of funny and sad moments on the story.

      The shape of this waves made me feel excited when following the story, maybe because it gives it a good rythm. Rui’s character, even if it was a little ignored until now, demonstrated to be well created too, making you feel her issues a little as if they ...


      • were yours too.

        The short moments for Nodame and Chiaki in this part brought the laughs that you need when a story gets a little sad, so I found a good balance while reading it.

        By the end of the volume Nodame will perform in her first salon concert. Chiaki found a problem with public transport in his way to the concert, and by chance he met with his old master Viera after

        so many years.

        The way they meet again is really moving. Chiaki has been longing to meet with Viera again since the first volume of this manga, so finally I got to see it. Nodame also had lots of funny moments in her concert, as when her dress zipper’s breaks because she gained weight.

        This volume is really well written, and gave me laughs and interesting moments in the same dose, keeping me interested until the end.




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