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The time for Yuki's parent-teacher conference has finally arrived, and Yuki must learn how to make his own decisions if he wants to have a say about his future. Later, Tohru sets off on a quest to find out if Kureno Sohma is the same person Arisa has been in love with all this time. But along the way she will discover a tragic secret about Momiji's sister Momo...
|Title||:||Fruits Basket, Volume 13|
|Number of Pages||:||192 pages|
June 17, 2011
If I can go into this manga and hug every single person (except Akito) I would! They are just too awesome for words. My rants (I will no longer call it reviews because I don’t really review these volumes… I just go on and on about how much I love it) cannot describe just how epic this series is....
September 05, 2016
I loved this one! It was so cute. I like the chemistry between Yuki and Machi. I also loved that Yuki stood up to his mother who was being way too pushy and overbearing as to what university he should attend and what he should major in.
December 01, 2017
🐎 This volume is Rin! 🐎
"As long as we exist, hope will always be there."
The stunningness of this cover (come on it is Rin, of course it is stunning) matches the freaking amazing content inside (as always). This volume we finally get to meet Yuki's mum, which provides Ayame the perfect opportunity...
April 08, 2009
Ayame hijacks Yuki's parent/teacher conference with hilarious results. While I like the interaction between Yuki and Kakeru, the whole student council subplot feels a little too much like a vain attempt to draw out the story. The Momiji/Momo plot is sad but doesn't particularly advance the charac...
January 17, 2011
Volume 13 gives us yet another reason to feel bad for Yuki. His mother shows up to his parent-teacher conference. She may not be cursed as a Zodiac, but she's definitely a real witch. Her treatment of Yuki in front of his teacher is beyond cruel. Luckily, Ayame, Yuki's outlandish brother arrives...
May 16, 2016
In this volume, Yuki finally has his Parent-Teacher Conference with his mother, and she is horribly demanding and rude. Yuki has to learn to stand up for himself and voice his own opinions before his entire future is decided for him! I'm so proud of beautiful Yuki!
I don't even know what is going...
September 30, 2013
3.5 / 5 stars rating
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Yuki is the last to have his parent teacher conference, and this volume definitely focuses on him for a majority. His mother finally makes an appearance, and she is just as warm and fuzzy as you would expect...
February 27, 2016
I think this is probably my least favorite volume of Fruit Basket (so far), but, because it was still filled with the characters I love, I couldn't bring myself to give it any less than 5 stars still. It's just the overall fantastic feel of the series that seems to permeate every individual book...
July 25, 2016
Yuki thinks about his future and his feelings about everything and everyone. Yuki is not having a good day is he? And the scenes with Momji were kind of sweet but also sad. He is one of my favorite characters.
December 18, 2010
Very good trauma. Things are growing a bit darker but still fun. =)
Reread review.. A class trip to Kyoto would have been so cool. Alas.. =)