Genre: Fantasy, Romance, Humour, Tragedy, Drama
Mitsuki has previously refused the operation that would save her life--at the expense of her voice. However, as Mitsuki gets closer to her first concert appearance, Ms. Oshige decides that she will put Mitsuki in the hospital after the event, no matter how Mitsuki feels about it. Even so, it may be too late to save Mitsuki's life, unless Takuto and Meroko are successful in changing her fate.
Let me just say... it all goes downhill from here. This is the book that will make you want to read the last volume in the series to know the climax. This book kept me in suspense by flipping the pages. I just couldn't put it down!
I loved that Mitsuki is finally realizing that Takuto really loves her. This book can be where everything ends... or where everything starts. It's basically Mitsuki's fate. Ms. Oshige and Dr. Wakaoji find out that Mitsuki is FullMoon, and when she falls unconscious, they put her into the hospital. She must have the operation, because time is running out. Takuto and Meroko are trying to change her fate by going to the Death Master and their boss (whom you'll never guess!), and I like that the pair has rekindled an old friendship that was lost and became awkward.
Plus a surprising story about Madoka and Nachi, and they are so cute! :) It's special what they did for each other, and I'm glad they were able to move on and be together. :) I like Arina Tanemura's bonus stories, because they always have a link and connect to the manga.
This issue of the manga was sad, because Mitsuki had to let things go, and realize, "What do I want?" What does she want? Eichi? Life? Love? She'll have to make this decision, and I really loved this manga. :) One more issue to go!
Likes: Mitsuki + Takuto, Takuto, Dr. Wakoji + Ms. Oshige (Mitsuki's manager), Izumi + Meroko, Meroko's innocence, the feelings and emotions, Meroko and Takuto's rekindled friendship
*Note: This manga contains mature content such as some sexual content, some language and is rated 13 and up for themes of death.
**Note: If you want to start the series, start with Full Moon O Sagashite.