Sun. Sep 25th, 2022


In the volume 11 of The Sisters all You Needs Protagonist Itsuki faced his biggest challenge yet overcoming writers block. My hero had found a solution about the book, but that wasn’t what his loved ones wanted. Since I was able to complete the book with an e-book, I had been looking forward to looking at Volume 12. We had to learn how things are going on.

His ill-being because of the fact he didn’t understand writing stories that featured sisters-obsessed characters. Itsuki ended up having a long time to prove that he could no longer be the nod of his own story and decided to write out light books without his enthusiasm. No one can argue that his work is bad and arguably its appeal to a much bigger audience, but diehard fans know that this is not Thesuki at its best and it lacks that eccentric thing that makes his work special.

The person who was most upset by Theasis new direction is his girlfriend, Nayuta. He can’t accept her boyfriend is fine with such a novel. They broke up at the end of volume 11. Now in volume 12, friends Haruto and Miyako are left to pick up the pieces as Nayuta shuts herself away and refuses to write, while Itsuki distances himself from everybody by focus on quality.

Nayutas refusal to write causes a crash in the GF Bunko editorial office. This is where Nayutas works is not only among their most popular releases, but now it is becoming a live-action film. The editor-in-chief asks Miyako to do whatever she can to help Nayuta to start writing again, but, as a friend, Miyako worries that forcing the issue isn’t the right thing to do. Shed rather Nayuta took the time to bounce back by herself either by fixing things with Itsuki or by looking for a new path forward.

As for it, Haruto is doing with Itsuki, which is much easier said than done, considering that the two are heated rivals as much as friends. Haruto has a new film to show, a robot fantasy, with multiple talents supporting the illustrations and mecha designs. What, if in the usual manner, this would be the kind of news that would fire Itsuki up, tinker his quality, and yanke on as well. Even though I’m Insuki in the former state, Haruto cannot fail to get frustrated. He lost his most favorite person.

The book is a perfect book, but like many other things it is. While Haruto and Itsukis argument and discontented feelings are perhaps not the most powerful storylines here, that isn’t the main character of Nayuta and Miyako. I like that author Yomi Hirasaka focused not only on the way Nayutas sudden decision to abandon affects the publisher and the film team working on one of the adaptations, but also on the morals of Miyakos in not wanting to impose a resolution. This certainly proves a learning curve for Miyako in general, considering that she wants to work as an editor who always believes in her other characters and works with their best interests. What is in Nayutas best interests then? That’s the question she has to wrestle with.

I don’t know this release is as compelling and exciting as Volume 11. But it isn’t a knock off both the two – given the volume and the strength of this book. Although Volume 12 is the conclusion of the arc, the peak was certainly in that middle volume where everything finally was all over. In this chapter, the reader is left behind watching over the cast and deciding what to do next.

Since two volumes left in the series, Yomi Hirasaka has to start wrapping up the various stories we’ve always been following. The story we have been following over the past few volumes turns out, with two smaller plotlines already in the background, and one can see it. As much as I’ll be sad to see the series finally end, I’m confident that Hirasaka can help tie up everything that we’ve got left, based on what we’ve seen so far.

A Sister All You NeedVolume 12 comes to the West thanks to Yen Press and continues to be translated by Kevin Gifford. The translation is easy to read, despite no issues. The volume 13 of the series has been scheduled for release in the English language in October.

A Sister Not For You Volume 12 gives the other five more emotional stories to an end after the thoughtful action. With only two books left, were heading straight into the finale. It won’t end out pretty well!

By anupam

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