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Library Wars Vol. 8: Library Wars: Love & War, Volume 8

Library Wars Volume 8

Library Wars: Love & War, Volume 8
The Media Betterment Committee’s inquiry into Iku’s role in the so-called book burning continues, and an evil conspiracy comes to light. Someone on the team is deliberately manipulating Iku, and even her attraction to Dojo becomes fodder for the fight! Will Iku ever understand Dojo’s feelings for her?
Kiiro Yumi
200 Pages
$6.99

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Library Wars Vol. 9: Library Wars: Love & War, Volume 9

Library Wars: Love & War, Volume 9

Library Wars Vol. 9

There’s a groper in the library and Library Force members Iku and Shibazaki are sent in as bait! Iku’s undercover outfit makes her vulnerable…will she be able to defend herself if the pervert targets her? Later, Library Force members are required to take a test that involves reading stories to a group of rambunctious schoolkids. Coming from a big, unruly family, Iku definitely has the upper hand!
188 Pages
$6.99

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