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Kaze Hikaru Vol. 21: Kaze Hikaru, Volume 21

Kaze Hikaru Volume 21

Kaze Hikaru, Volume 21
After Hijikata grows suspicious of Soji's feelings about Sei, he reassigns Sei to the third troop under Saito's command. Soji, puzzled by his own recent irrational behavior toward Sei,attempts to distance himself from her. Sei, in turn, interprets this as Soji's realization of herfeelings for him and decides that she can no longer serve as a bushi alongside him. She goes to visit Suigetsuni, a nun who knew Sei in her former life as a girl, to discuss renouncing theworld and entering the convent!    
Taeko Watanabe
192 Pages
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Kaze Hikaru Vol. 22: Kaze Hikaru, Volume 22

Kaze Hikaru, Volume 22

Kaze Hikaru Vol. 22

Now that Sei has been transferred to the third troop under his command, Saito grows increasingly suspicious of Sei’s true identity. He is visited by dreams of his old friend, Sei’s brother, Yuma. The memories of Yuma’s words gradually grow more vivid, and Saito finally realizes Sei’s secret. Feeling he must protect her, Saito confronts Soji with an ultimatum: expose Sei to Hijitaka and have her dismissed from the troop, or allow Saito to take her as his bride.
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