がっこうぐらし! (6) [Gakkou Gurashi!, Vol. 6]

がっこうぐらし! (6) [Gakkou Gurashi!, Vol. 6]

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Title:がっこうぐらし! (6) [Gakkou Gurashi!, Vol. 6]
Author:Norimitsu Kaihou
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:4832246038
Edition Language:Japanese
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:178 pages pages

がっこうぐらし! (6) [Gakkou Gurashi!, Vol. 6] Reviews

  • Jay
    Jun 04, 2018

    Now things are starting to get better! Well ... Not necessarily good for the characters but for the readers things are great! In this volume,the girls face new challenges and dangers. They decide to leave school to look for other survivors. And as is customary in the story, they dec...

    4.5 ...

    I like this volume! The girls set out for college, we learn some of Rii-chan's past, which helps explain the big sister role she plays in the group, and a cliffhanger leaves us wanting more. I like this series a lot. ...

    I have to admit my heart sunk a little bit when I saw the cover. In the last volume of School-Live!, Yuki and her friends graduated from high school and were prepared to take on the world. (Read: zombies.) While we know there are still other people out there, I can?t say I?ve been ...

    As an older sister, I sympathized a lot with Yuri in this volume. I'd probably would have checked the school too, but I would have waited for daylight. Still, when she showed at the school doors with a little girl in tow, I died. Poor kid. And to address something earlier in the vol...

    Still interesting, though a little disappointing. It?s funny that the world remains a world of cute girls. Some interesting developments. Definitely keeps me interested, even if it doesn?t really do much new with the zombie concept beyond adding cute girls. ...

    A new cast member adds little to the story, which is quickly losing momentum. ...

    And so they set off to outside of their school. After 5 volumes of staying in the school, and only having outings when it was really needed, they have decided to go and set a new goal. Of course, for Yuki, they have just announced it like they are going to check out schools for whe...

    The series is now dropping down to a solid four star read for me, after having started as a solid five, then to four and a half in books 4 and 5. I miss the ominous, sometimes terrifying vibe of the first few books. The crew's travels outside feel too easy to be plausible. The only tro...

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    I love that the School Live Girls are on the road but I fear that the medicine to cure Kurumi may not be working. And Yuuri has a little sister named Ruu-chan. All may seem well and all but until they arrive to college, the girls also enter into some trouble. Onto volume 7! ...

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  • L. Petunia
    May 30, 2017

    Now things are starting to get better! Well ... Not necessarily good for the characters but for the readers things are great! In this volume,the girls face new challenges and dangers. They decide to leave school to look for other survivors. And as is customary in the story, they dec...

    4.5 ...

    I like this volume! The girls set out for college, we learn some of Rii-chan's past, which helps explain the big sister role she plays in the group, and a cliffhanger leaves us wanting more. I like this series a lot. ...

    I have to admit my heart sunk a little bit when I saw the cover. In the last volume of School-Live!, Yuki and her friends graduated from high school and were prepared to take on the world. (Read: zombies.) While we know there are still other people out there, I can?t say I?ve been ...

    As an older sister, I sympathized a lot with Yuri in this volume. I'd probably would have checked the school too, but I would have waited for daylight. Still, when she showed at the school doors with a little girl in tow, I died. Poor kid. And to address something earlier in the vol...

    Still interesting, though a little disappointing. It?s funny that the world remains a world of cute girls. Some interesting developments. Definitely keeps me interested, even if it doesn?t really do much new with the zombie concept beyond adding cute girls. ...

    A new cast member adds little to the story, which is quickly losing momentum. ...

    And so they set off to outside of their school. After 5 volumes of staying in the school, and only having outings when it was really needed, they have decided to go and set a new goal. Of course, for Yuki, they have just announced it like they are going to check out schools for whe...

    The series is now dropping down to a solid four star read for me, after having started as a solid five, then to four and a half in books 4 and 5. I miss the ominous, sometimes terrifying vibe of the first few books. The crew's travels outside feel too easy to be plausible. The only tro...

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    I love that the School Live Girls are on the road but I fear that the medicine to cure Kurumi may not be working. And Yuuri has a little sister named Ruu-chan. All may seem well and all but until they arrive to college, the girls also enter into some trouble. Onto volume 7! ...

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  • emily_oriley
    Apr 17, 2016

    Now things are starting to get better! Well ... Not necessarily good for the characters but for the readers things are great! In this volume,the girls face new challenges and dangers. They decide to leave school to look for other survivors. And as is customary in the story, they dec...

    4.5 ...

    I like this volume! The girls set out for college, we learn some of Rii-chan's past, which helps explain the big sister role she plays in the group, and a cliffhanger leaves us wanting more. I like this series a lot. ...

    I have to admit my heart sunk a little bit when I saw the cover. In the last volume of School-Live!, Yuki and her friends graduated from high school and were prepared to take on the world. (Read: zombies.) While we know there are still other people out there, I can?t say I?ve been ...

    As an older sister, I sympathized a lot with Yuri in this volume. I'd probably would have checked the school too, but I would have waited for daylight. Still, when she showed at the school doors with a little girl in tow, I died. Poor kid. And to address something earlier in the vol...

    Still interesting, though a little disappointing. It?s funny that the world remains a world of cute girls. Some interesting developments. Definitely keeps me interested, even if it doesn?t really do much new with the zombie concept beyond adding cute girls. ...

    A new cast member adds little to the story, which is quickly losing momentum. ...

    And so they set off to outside of their school. After 5 volumes of staying in the school, and only having outings when it was really needed, they have decided to go and set a new goal. Of course, for Yuki, they have just announced it like they are going to check out schools for whe...

    The series is now dropping down to a solid four star read for me, after having started as a solid five, then to four and a half in books 4 and 5. I miss the ominous, sometimes terrifying vibe of the first few books. The crew's travels outside feel too easy to be plausible. The only tro...

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    I love that the School Live Girls are on the road but I fear that the medicine to cure Kurumi may not be working. And Yuuri has a little sister named Ruu-chan. All may seem well and all but until they arrive to college, the girls also enter into some trouble. Onto volume 7! ...

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  • Ant
    Aug 26, 2017

    Now things are starting to get better! Well ... Not necessarily good for the characters but for the readers things are great! In this volume,the girls face new challenges and dangers. They decide to leave school to look for other survivors. And as is customary in the story, they dec...

    4.5 ...

    I like this volume! The girls set out for college, we learn some of Rii-chan's past, which helps explain the big sister role she plays in the group, and a cliffhanger leaves us wanting more. I like this series a lot. ...

    I have to admit my heart sunk a little bit when I saw the cover. In the last volume of School-Live!, Yuki and her friends graduated from high school and were prepared to take on the world. (Read: zombies.) While we know there are still other people out there, I can?t say I?ve been ...

    As an older sister, I sympathized a lot with Yuri in this volume. I'd probably would have checked the school too, but I would have waited for daylight. Still, when she showed at the school doors with a little girl in tow, I died. Poor kid. And to address something earlier in the vol...

    Still interesting, though a little disappointing. It?s funny that the world remains a world of cute girls. Some interesting developments. Definitely keeps me interested, even if it doesn?t really do much new with the zombie concept beyond adding cute girls. ...

    A new cast member adds little to the story, which is quickly losing momentum. ...

    And so they set off to outside of their school. After 5 volumes of staying in the school, and only having outings when it was really needed, they have decided to go and set a new goal. Of course, for Yuki, they have just announced it like they are going to check out schools for whe...

    The series is now dropping down to a solid four star read for me, after having started as a solid five, then to four and a half in books 4 and 5. I miss the ominous, sometimes terrifying vibe of the first few books. The crew's travels outside feel too easy to be plausible. The only tro...

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  • Connie
    Jun 18, 2017

    Now things are starting to get better! Well ... Not necessarily good for the characters but for the readers things are great! In this volume,the girls face new challenges and dangers. They decide to leave school to look for other survivors. And as is customary in the story, they dec...

    4.5 ...

    I like this volume! The girls set out for college, we learn some of Rii-chan's past, which helps explain the big sister role she plays in the group, and a cliffhanger leaves us wanting more. I like this series a lot. ...

    I have to admit my heart sunk a little bit when I saw the cover. In the last volume of School-Live!, Yuki and her friends graduated from high school and were prepared to take on the world. (Read: zombies.) While we know there are still other people out there, I can?t say I?ve been ...

    As an older sister, I sympathized a lot with Yuri in this volume. I'd probably would have checked the school too, but I would have waited for daylight. Still, when she showed at the school doors with a little girl in tow, I died. Poor kid. And to address something earlier in the vol...

    Still interesting, though a little disappointing. It?s funny that the world remains a world of cute girls. Some interesting developments. Definitely keeps me interested, even if it doesn?t really do much new with the zombie concept beyond adding cute girls. ...

    A new cast member adds little to the story, which is quickly losing momentum. ...

    And so they set off to outside of their school. After 5 volumes of staying in the school, and only having outings when it was really needed, they have decided to go and set a new goal. Of course, for Yuki, they have just announced it like they are going to check out schools for whe...

    The series is now dropping down to a solid four star read for me, after having started as a solid five, then to four and a half in books 4 and 5. I miss the ominous, sometimes terrifying vibe of the first few books. The crew's travels outside feel too easy to be plausible. The only tro...

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    I love that the School Live Girls are on the road but I fear that the medicine to cure Kurumi may not be working. And Yuuri has a little sister named Ruu-chan. All may seem well and all but until they arrive to college, the girls also enter into some trouble. Onto volume 7! ...

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  • Maria Kramer
    Apr 24, 2017

    Now things are starting to get better! Well ... Not necessarily good for the characters but for the readers things are great! In this volume,the girls face new challenges and dangers. They decide to leave school to look for other survivors. And as is customary in the story, they dec...

    4.5 ...

    I like this volume! The girls set out for college, we learn some of Rii-chan's past, which helps explain the big sister role she plays in the group, and a cliffhanger leaves us wanting more. I like this series a lot. ...

  • Jenna (Bookiemoji)
    Aug 16, 2017

    Now things are starting to get better! Well ... Not necessarily good for the characters but for the readers things are great! In this volume,the girls face new challenges and dangers. They decide to leave school to look for other survivors. And as is customary in the story, they dec...

    4.5 ...

    I like this volume! The girls set out for college, we learn some of Rii-chan's past, which helps explain the big sister role she plays in the group, and a cliffhanger leaves us wanting more. I like this series a lot. ...

    I have to admit my heart sunk a little bit when I saw the cover. In the last volume of School-Live!, Yuki and her friends graduated from high school and were prepared to take on the world. (Read: zombies.) While we know there are still other people out there, I can?t say I?ve been ...

    As an older sister, I sympathized a lot with Yuri in this volume. I'd probably would have checked the school too, but I would have waited for daylight. Still, when she showed at the school doors with a little girl in tow, I died. Poor kid. And to address something earlier in the vol...

    Still interesting, though a little disappointing. It?s funny that the world remains a world of cute girls. Some interesting developments. Definitely keeps me interested, even if it doesn?t really do much new with the zombie concept beyond adding cute girls. ...

    A new cast member adds little to the story, which is quickly losing momentum. ...

    And so they set off to outside of their school. After 5 volumes of staying in the school, and only having outings when it was really needed, they have decided to go and set a new goal. Of course, for Yuki, they have just announced it like they are going to check out schools for whe...

    The series is now dropping down to a solid four star read for me, after having started as a solid five, then to four and a half in books 4 and 5. I miss the ominous, sometimes terrifying vibe of the first few books. The crew's travels outside feel too easy to be plausible. The only tro...

  • Mehsi
    Aug 11, 2015

    Now things are starting to get better! Well ... Not necessarily good for the characters but for the readers things are great! In this volume,the girls face new challenges and dangers. They decide to leave school to look for other survivors. And as is customary in the story, they dec...

    4.5 ...

    I like this volume! The girls set out for college, we learn some of Rii-chan's past, which helps explain the big sister role she plays in the group, and a cliffhanger leaves us wanting more. I like this series a lot. ...

    I have to admit my heart sunk a little bit when I saw the cover. In the last volume of School-Live!, Yuki and her friends graduated from high school and were prepared to take on the world. (Read: zombies.) While we know there are still other people out there, I can?t say I?ve been ...

    As an older sister, I sympathized a lot with Yuri in this volume. I'd probably would have checked the school too, but I would have waited for daylight. Still, when she showed at the school doors with a little girl in tow, I died. Poor kid. And to address something earlier in the vol...

    Still interesting, though a little disappointing. It?s funny that the world remains a world of cute girls. Some interesting developments. Definitely keeps me interested, even if it doesn?t really do much new with the zombie concept beyond adding cute girls. ...

    A new cast member adds little to the story, which is quickly losing momentum. ...

    And so they set off to outside of their school. After 5 volumes of staying in the school, and only having outings when it was really needed, they have decided to go and set a new goal. Of course, for Yuki, they have just announced it like they are going to check out schools for whe...

  • Shelby Collinsworth
    Sep 09, 2018

    Now things are starting to get better! Well ... Not necessarily good for the characters but for the readers things are great! In this volume,the girls face new challenges and dangers. They decide to leave school to look for other survivors. And as is customary in the story, they dec...

    4.5 ...

    I like this volume! The girls set out for college, we learn some of Rii-chan's past, which helps explain the big sister role she plays in the group, and a cliffhanger leaves us wanting more. I like this series a lot. ...

    I have to admit my heart sunk a little bit when I saw the cover. In the last volume of School-Live!, Yuki and her friends graduated from high school and were prepared to take on the world. (Read: zombies.) While we know there are still other people out there, I can?t say I?ve been ...

    As an older sister, I sympathized a lot with Yuri in this volume. I'd probably would have checked the school too, but I would have waited for daylight. Still, when she showed at the school doors with a little girl in tow, I died. Poor kid. And to address something earlier in the vol...

    Still interesting, though a little disappointing. It?s funny that the world remains a world of cute girls. Some interesting developments. Definitely keeps me interested, even if it doesn?t really do much new with the zombie concept beyond adding cute girls. ...

    A new cast member adds little to the story, which is quickly losing momentum. ...

    And so they set off to outside of their school. After 5 volumes of staying in the school, and only having outings when it was really needed, they have decided to go and set a new goal. Of course, for Yuki, they have just announced it like they are going to check out schools for whe...

    The series is now dropping down to a solid four star read for me, after having started as a solid five, then to four and a half in books 4 and 5. I miss the ominous, sometimes terrifying vibe of the first few books. The crew's travels outside feel too easy to be plausible. The only tro...

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  • Valerie
    Oct 05, 2017

    Now things are starting to get better! Well ... Not necessarily good for the characters but for the readers things are great! In this volume,the girls face new challenges and dangers. They decide to leave school to look for other survivors. And as is customary in the story, they dec...

    4.5 ...

    I like this volume! The girls set out for college, we learn some of Rii-chan's past, which helps explain the big sister role she plays in the group, and a cliffhanger leaves us wanting more. I like this series a lot. ...

    I have to admit my heart sunk a little bit when I saw the cover. In the last volume of School-Live!, Yuki and her friends graduated from high school and were prepared to take on the world. (Read: zombies.) While we know there are still other people out there, I can?t say I?ve been ...

    As an older sister, I sympathized a lot with Yuri in this volume. I'd probably would have checked the school too, but I would have waited for daylight. Still, when she showed at the school doors with a little girl in tow, I died. Poor kid. And to address something earlier in the vol...

  • Rod
    Apr 02, 2017

    Now things are starting to get better! Well ... Not necessarily good for the characters but for the readers things are great! In this volume,the girls face new challenges and dangers. They decide to leave school to look for other survivors. And as is customary in the story, they dec...

    4.5 ...

    I like this volume! The girls set out for college, we learn some of Rii-chan's past, which helps explain the big sister role she plays in the group, and a cliffhanger leaves us wanting more. I like this series a lot. ...

    I have to admit my heart sunk a little bit when I saw the cover. In the last volume of School-Live!, Yuki and her friends graduated from high school and were prepared to take on the world. (Read: zombies.) While we know there are still other people out there, I can?t say I?ve been ...

    As an older sister, I sympathized a lot with Yuri in this volume. I'd probably would have checked the school too, but I would have waited for daylight. Still, when she showed at the school doors with a little girl in tow, I died. Poor kid. And to address something earlier in the vol...

    Still interesting, though a little disappointing. It?s funny that the world remains a world of cute girls. Some interesting developments. Definitely keeps me interested, even if it doesn?t really do much new with the zombie concept beyond adding cute girls. ...

    A new cast member adds little to the story, which is quickly losing momentum. ...

    And so they set off to outside of their school. After 5 volumes of staying in the school, and only having outings when it was really needed, they have decided to go and set a new goal. Of course, for Yuki, they have just announced it like they are going to check out schools for whe...

    The series is now dropping down to a solid four star read for me, after having started as a solid five, then to four and a half in books 4 and 5. I miss the ominous, sometimes terrifying vibe of the first few books. The crew's travels outside feel too easy to be plausible. The only tro...

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    I love that the School Live Girls are on the road but I fear that the medicine to cure Kurumi may not be working. And Yuuri has a little sister named Ruu-chan. All may seem well and all but until they arrive to college, the girls also enter into some trouble. Onto volume 7! ...

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  • Ren
    Jul 29, 2017

    Now things are starting to get better! Well ... Not necessarily good for the characters but for the readers things are great! In this volume,the girls face new challenges and dangers. They decide to leave school to look for other survivors. And as is customary in the story, they dec...

    4.5 ...

    I like this volume! The girls set out for college, we learn some of Rii-chan's past, which helps explain the big sister role she plays in the group, and a cliffhanger leaves us wanting more. I like this series a lot. ...

    I have to admit my heart sunk a little bit when I saw the cover. In the last volume of School-Live!, Yuki and her friends graduated from high school and were prepared to take on the world. (Read: zombies.) While we know there are still other people out there, I can?t say I?ve been ...

    As an older sister, I sympathized a lot with Yuri in this volume. I'd probably would have checked the school too, but I would have waited for daylight. Still, when she showed at the school doors with a little girl in tow, I died. Poor kid. And to address something earlier in the vol...

    Still interesting, though a little disappointing. It?s funny that the world remains a world of cute girls. Some interesting developments. Definitely keeps me interested, even if it doesn?t really do much new with the zombie concept beyond adding cute girls. ...

    A new cast member adds little to the story, which is quickly losing momentum. ...

    And so they set off to outside of their school. After 5 volumes of staying in the school, and only having outings when it was really needed, they have decided to go and set a new goal. Of course, for Yuki, they have just announced it like they are going to check out schools for whe...

    The series is now dropping down to a solid four star read for me, after having started as a solid five, then to four and a half in books 4 and 5. I miss the ominous, sometimes terrifying vibe of the first few books. The crew's travels outside feel too easy to be plausible. The only tro...

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    I love that the School Live Girls are on the road but I fear that the medicine to cure Kurumi may not be working. And Yuuri has a little sister named Ruu-chan. All may seem well and all but until they arrive to college, the girls also enter into some trouble. Onto volume 7! ...

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  • Chris Seevers
    May 03, 2017

    Now things are starting to get better! Well ... Not necessarily good for the characters but for the readers things are great! In this volume,the girls face new challenges and dangers. They decide to leave school to look for other survivors. And as is customary in the story, they dec...

    4.5 ...

    I like this volume! The girls set out for college, we learn some of Rii-chan's past, which helps explain the big sister role she plays in the group, and a cliffhanger leaves us wanting more. I like this series a lot. ...

    I have to admit my heart sunk a little bit when I saw the cover. In the last volume of School-Live!, Yuki and her friends graduated from high school and were prepared to take on the world. (Read: zombies.) While we know there are still other people out there, I can?t say I?ve been ...

    As an older sister, I sympathized a lot with Yuri in this volume. I'd probably would have checked the school too, but I would have waited for daylight. Still, when she showed at the school doors with a little girl in tow, I died. Poor kid. And to address something earlier in the vol...

    Still interesting, though a little disappointing. It?s funny that the world remains a world of cute girls. Some interesting developments. Definitely keeps me interested, even if it doesn?t really do much new with the zombie concept beyond adding cute girls. ...

    A new cast member adds little to the story, which is quickly losing momentum. ...

    And so they set off to outside of their school. After 5 volumes of staying in the school, and only having outings when it was really needed, they have decided to go and set a new goal. Of course, for Yuki, they have just announced it like they are going to check out schools for whe...

    The series is now dropping down to a solid four star read for me, after having started as a solid five, then to four and a half in books 4 and 5. I miss the ominous, sometimes terrifying vibe of the first few books. The crew's travels outside feel too easy to be plausible. The only tro...

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    I love that the School Live Girls are on the road but I fear that the medicine to cure Kurumi may not be working. And Yuuri has a little sister named Ruu-chan. All may seem well and all but until they arrive to college, the girls also enter into some trouble. Onto volume 7! ...

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  • Samantha
    Jul 21, 2015

    Now things are starting to get better! Well ... Not necessarily good for the characters but for the readers things are great! In this volume,the girls face new challenges and dangers. They decide to leave school to look for other survivors. And as is customary in the story, they dec...

    4.5 ...

    I like this volume! The girls set out for college, we learn some of Rii-chan's past, which helps explain the big sister role she plays in the group, and a cliffhanger leaves us wanting more. I like this series a lot. ...

    I have to admit my heart sunk a little bit when I saw the cover. In the last volume of School-Live!, Yuki and her friends graduated from high school and were prepared to take on the world. (Read: zombies.) While we know there are still other people out there, I can?t say I?ve been ...

    As an older sister, I sympathized a lot with Yuri in this volume. I'd probably would have checked the school too, but I would have waited for daylight. Still, when she showed at the school doors with a little girl in tow, I died. Poor kid. And to address something earlier in the vol...

    Still interesting, though a little disappointing. It?s funny that the world remains a world of cute girls. Some interesting developments. Definitely keeps me interested, even if it doesn?t really do much new with the zombie concept beyond adding cute girls. ...

    A new cast member adds little to the story, which is quickly losing momentum. ...

    And so they set off to outside of their school. After 5 volumes of staying in the school, and only having outings when it was really needed, they have decided to go and set a new goal. Of course, for Yuki, they have just announced it like they are going to check out schools for whe...

    The series is now dropping down to a solid four star read for me, after having started as a solid five, then to four and a half in books 4 and 5. I miss the ominous, sometimes terrifying vibe of the first few books. The crew's travels outside feel too easy to be plausible. The only tro...

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  • Bree
    Jun 23, 2018

    Now things are starting to get better! Well ... Not necessarily good for the characters but for the readers things are great! In this volume,the girls face new challenges and dangers. They decide to leave school to look for other survivors. And as is customary in the story, they dec...

    4.5 ...

    I like this volume! The girls set out for college, we learn some of Rii-chan's past, which helps explain the big sister role she plays in the group, and a cliffhanger leaves us wanting more. I like this series a lot. ...

    I have to admit my heart sunk a little bit when I saw the cover. In the last volume of School-Live!, Yuki and her friends graduated from high school and were prepared to take on the world. (Read: zombies.) While we know there are still other people out there, I can?t say I?ve been ...

    As an older sister, I sympathized a lot with Yuri in this volume. I'd probably would have checked the school too, but I would have waited for daylight. Still, when she showed at the school doors with a little girl in tow, I died. Poor kid. And to address something earlier in the vol...

    Still interesting, though a little disappointing. It?s funny that the world remains a world of cute girls. Some interesting developments. Definitely keeps me interested, even if it doesn?t really do much new with the zombie concept beyond adding cute girls. ...

    A new cast member adds little to the story, which is quickly losing momentum. ...

    And so they set off to outside of their school. After 5 volumes of staying in the school, and only having outings when it was really needed, they have decided to go and set a new goal. Of course, for Yuki, they have just announced it like they are going to check out schools for whe...

    The series is now dropping down to a solid four star read for me, after having started as a solid five, then to four and a half in books 4 and 5. I miss the ominous, sometimes terrifying vibe of the first few books. The crew's travels outside feel too easy to be plausible. The only tro...

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  • Nicholas Driscoll
    Sep 07, 2018

    Now things are starting to get better! Well ... Not necessarily good for the characters but for the readers things are great! In this volume,the girls face new challenges and dangers. They decide to leave school to look for other survivors. And as is customary in the story, they dec...

    4.5 ...

    I like this volume! The girls set out for college, we learn some of Rii-chan's past, which helps explain the big sister role she plays in the group, and a cliffhanger leaves us wanting more. I like this series a lot. ...

    I have to admit my heart sunk a little bit when I saw the cover. In the last volume of School-Live!, Yuki and her friends graduated from high school and were prepared to take on the world. (Read: zombies.) While we know there are still other people out there, I can?t say I?ve been ...

    As an older sister, I sympathized a lot with Yuri in this volume. I'd probably would have checked the school too, but I would have waited for daylight. Still, when she showed at the school doors with a little girl in tow, I died. Poor kid. And to address something earlier in the vol...

    Still interesting, though a little disappointing. It?s funny that the world remains a world of cute girls. Some interesting developments. Definitely keeps me interested, even if it doesn?t really do much new with the zombie concept beyond adding cute girls. ...

  • Rod Brown
    Jul 25, 2017

    Now things are starting to get better! Well ... Not necessarily good for the characters but for the readers things are great! In this volume,the girls face new challenges and dangers. They decide to leave school to look for other survivors. And as is customary in the story, they dec...

    4.5 ...

    I like this volume! The girls set out for college, we learn some of Rii-chan's past, which helps explain the big sister role she plays in the group, and a cliffhanger leaves us wanting more. I like this series a lot. ...

    I have to admit my heart sunk a little bit when I saw the cover. In the last volume of School-Live!, Yuki and her friends graduated from high school and were prepared to take on the world. (Read: zombies.) While we know there are still other people out there, I can?t say I?ve been ...

    As an older sister, I sympathized a lot with Yuri in this volume. I'd probably would have checked the school too, but I would have waited for daylight. Still, when she showed at the school doors with a little girl in tow, I died. Poor kid. And to address something earlier in the vol...

    Still interesting, though a little disappointing. It?s funny that the world remains a world of cute girls. Some interesting developments. Definitely keeps me interested, even if it doesn?t really do much new with the zombie concept beyond adding cute girls. ...

    A new cast member adds little to the story, which is quickly losing momentum. ...

  • Jhosy Lephor
    Sep 28, 2018

    Now things are starting to get better! Well ... Not necessarily good for the characters but for the readers things are great! In this volume,the girls face new challenges and dangers. They decide to leave school to look for other survivors. And as is customary in the story, they dec...

  • Arthur
    May 31, 2017

    Now things are starting to get better! Well ... Not necessarily good for the characters but for the readers things are great! In this volume,the girls face new challenges and dangers. They decide to leave school to look for other survivors. And as is customary in the story, they dec...

    4.5 ...

    I like this volume! The girls set out for college, we learn some of Rii-chan's past, which helps explain the big sister role she plays in the group, and a cliffhanger leaves us wanting more. I like this series a lot. ...

    I have to admit my heart sunk a little bit when I saw the cover. In the last volume of School-Live!, Yuki and her friends graduated from high school and were prepared to take on the world. (Read: zombies.) While we know there are still other people out there, I can?t say I?ve been ...

    As an older sister, I sympathized a lot with Yuri in this volume. I'd probably would have checked the school too, but I would have waited for daylight. Still, when she showed at the school doors with a little girl in tow, I died. Poor kid. And to address something earlier in the vol...

    Still interesting, though a little disappointing. It?s funny that the world remains a world of cute girls. Some interesting developments. Definitely keeps me interested, even if it doesn?t really do much new with the zombie concept beyond adding cute girls. ...

    A new cast member adds little to the story, which is quickly losing momentum. ...

    And so they set off to outside of their school. After 5 volumes of staying in the school, and only having outings when it was really needed, they have decided to go and set a new goal. Of course, for Yuki, they have just announced it like they are going to check out schools for whe...

    The series is now dropping down to a solid four star read for me, after having started as a solid five, then to four and a half in books 4 and 5. I miss the ominous, sometimes terrifying vibe of the first few books. The crew's travels outside feel too easy to be plausible. The only tro...

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    I love that the School Live Girls are on the road but I fear that the medicine to cure Kurumi may not be working. And Yuuri has a little sister named Ruu-chan. All may seem well and all but until they arrive to college, the girls also enter into some trouble. Onto volume 7! ...

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  • Collin Hughart
    Sep 23, 2018

    Now things are starting to get better! Well ... Not necessarily good for the characters but for the readers things are great! In this volume,the girls face new challenges and dangers. They decide to leave school to look for other survivors. And as is customary in the story, they dec...

    4.5 ...

    I like this volume! The girls set out for college, we learn some of Rii-chan's past, which helps explain the big sister role she plays in the group, and a cliffhanger leaves us wanting more. I like this series a lot. ...

    I have to admit my heart sunk a little bit when I saw the cover. In the last volume of School-Live!, Yuki and her friends graduated from high school and were prepared to take on the world. (Read: zombies.) While we know there are still other people out there, I can?t say I?ve been ...

    As an older sister, I sympathized a lot with Yuri in this volume. I'd probably would have checked the school too, but I would have waited for daylight. Still, when she showed at the school doors with a little girl in tow, I died. Poor kid. And to address something earlier in the vol...

    Still interesting, though a little disappointing. It?s funny that the world remains a world of cute girls. Some interesting developments. Definitely keeps me interested, even if it doesn?t really do much new with the zombie concept beyond adding cute girls. ...

    A new cast member adds little to the story, which is quickly losing momentum. ...

    And so they set off to outside of their school. After 5 volumes of staying in the school, and only having outings when it was really needed, they have decided to go and set a new goal. Of course, for Yuki, they have just announced it like they are going to check out schools for whe...

    The series is now dropping down to a solid four star read for me, after having started as a solid five, then to four and a half in books 4 and 5. I miss the ominous, sometimes terrifying vibe of the first few books. The crew's travels outside feel too easy to be plausible. The only tro...

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    I love that the School Live Girls are on the road but I fear that the medicine to cure Kurumi may not be working. And Yuuri has a little sister named Ruu-chan. All may seem well and all but until they arrive to college, the girls also enter into some trouble. Onto volume 7! ...

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  • Shadowjac
    Apr 10, 2017

    Now things are starting to get better! Well ... Not necessarily good for the characters but for the readers things are great! In this volume,the girls face new challenges and dangers. They decide to leave school to look for other survivors. And as is customary in the story, they dec...

    4.5 ...

    I like this volume! The girls set out for college, we learn some of Rii-chan's past, which helps explain the big sister role she plays in the group, and a cliffhanger leaves us wanting more. I like this series a lot. ...

    I have to admit my heart sunk a little bit when I saw the cover. In the last volume of School-Live!, Yuki and her friends graduated from high school and were prepared to take on the world. (Read: zombies.) While we know there are still other people out there, I can?t say I?ve been ...

    As an older sister, I sympathized a lot with Yuri in this volume. I'd probably would have checked the school too, but I would have waited for daylight. Still, when she showed at the school doors with a little girl in tow, I died. Poor kid. And to address something earlier in the vol...

    Still interesting, though a little disappointing. It?s funny that the world remains a world of cute girls. Some interesting developments. Definitely keeps me interested, even if it doesn?t really do much new with the zombie concept beyond adding cute girls. ...

    A new cast member adds little to the story, which is quickly losing momentum. ...

    And so they set off to outside of their school. After 5 volumes of staying in the school, and only having outings when it was really needed, they have decided to go and set a new goal. Of course, for Yuki, they have just announced it like they are going to check out schools for whe...

    The series is now dropping down to a solid four star read for me, after having started as a solid five, then to four and a half in books 4 and 5. I miss the ominous, sometimes terrifying vibe of the first few books. The crew's travels outside feel too easy to be plausible. The only tro...

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  • Karen
    Nov 12, 2017

    Now things are starting to get better! Well ... Not necessarily good for the characters but for the readers things are great! In this volume,the girls face new challenges and dangers. They decide to leave school to look for other survivors. And as is customary in the story, they dec...

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  • Pascal Hauch
    Apr 26, 2017

    Now things are starting to get better! Well ... Not necessarily good for the characters but for the readers things are great! In this volume,the girls face new challenges and dangers. They decide to leave school to look for other survivors. And as is customary in the story, they dec...

    4.5 ...

    I like this volume! The girls set out for college, we learn some of Rii-chan's past, which helps explain the big sister role she plays in the group, and a cliffhanger leaves us wanting more. I like this series a lot. ...

    I have to admit my heart sunk a little bit when I saw the cover. In the last volume of School-Live!, Yuki and her friends graduated from high school and were prepared to take on the world. (Read: zombies.) While we know there are still other people out there, I can?t say I?ve been ...

    As an older sister, I sympathized a lot with Yuri in this volume. I'd probably would have checked the school too, but I would have waited for daylight. Still, when she showed at the school doors with a little girl in tow, I died. Poor kid. And to address something earlier in the vol...

    Still interesting, though a little disappointing. It?s funny that the world remains a world of cute girls. Some interesting developments. Definitely keeps me interested, even if it doesn?t really do much new with the zombie concept beyond adding cute girls. ...

    A new cast member adds little to the story, which is quickly losing momentum. ...

    And so they set off to outside of their school. After 5 volumes of staying in the school, and only having outings when it was really needed, they have decided to go and set a new goal. Of course, for Yuki, they have just announced it like they are going to check out schools for whe...

    The series is now dropping down to a solid four star read for me, after having started as a solid five, then to four and a half in books 4 and 5. I miss the ominous, sometimes terrifying vibe of the first few books. The crew's travels outside feel too easy to be plausible. The only tro...

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    I love that the School Live Girls are on the road but I fear that the medicine to cure Kurumi may not be working. And Yuuri has a little sister named Ruu-chan. All may seem well and all but until they arrive to college, the girls also enter into some trouble. Onto volume 7! ...

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  • Dylan Hardy
    Aug 26, 2015

    Now things are starting to get better! Well ... Not necessarily good for the characters but for the readers things are great! In this volume,the girls face new challenges and dangers. They decide to leave school to look for other survivors. And as is customary in the story, they dec...

    4.5 ...

    I like this volume! The girls set out for college, we learn some of Rii-chan's past, which helps explain the big sister role she plays in the group, and a cliffhanger leaves us wanting more. I like this series a lot. ...

    I have to admit my heart sunk a little bit when I saw the cover. In the last volume of School-Live!, Yuki and her friends graduated from high school and were prepared to take on the world. (Read: zombies.) While we know there are still other people out there, I can?t say I?ve been ...

    As an older sister, I sympathized a lot with Yuri in this volume. I'd probably would have checked the school too, but I would have waited for daylight. Still, when she showed at the school doors with a little girl in tow, I died. Poor kid. And to address something earlier in the vol...

    Still interesting, though a little disappointing. It?s funny that the world remains a world of cute girls. Some interesting developments. Definitely keeps me interested, even if it doesn?t really do much new with the zombie concept beyond adding cute girls. ...

    A new cast member adds little to the story, which is quickly losing momentum. ...

    And so they set off to outside of their school. After 5 volumes of staying in the school, and only having outings when it was really needed, they have decided to go and set a new goal. Of course, for Yuki, they have just announced it like they are going to check out schools for whe...

    The series is now dropping down to a solid four star read for me, after having started as a solid five, then to four and a half in books 4 and 5. I miss the ominous, sometimes terrifying vibe of the first few books. The crew's travels outside feel too easy to be plausible. The only tro...

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    I love that the School Live Girls are on the road but I fear that the medicine to cure Kurumi may not be working. And Yuuri has a little sister named Ruu-chan. All may seem well and all but until they arrive to college, the girls also enter into some trouble. Onto volume 7! ...

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  • Katrina
    Dec 10, 2017

    Now things are starting to get better! Well ... Not necessarily good for the characters but for the readers things are great! In this volume,the girls face new challenges and dangers. They decide to leave school to look for other survivors. And as is customary in the story, they dec...

    4.5 ...

    I like this volume! The girls set out for college, we learn some of Rii-chan's past, which helps explain the big sister role she plays in the group, and a cliffhanger leaves us wanting more. I like this series a lot. ...

    I have to admit my heart sunk a little bit when I saw the cover. In the last volume of School-Live!, Yuki and her friends graduated from high school and were prepared to take on the world. (Read: zombies.) While we know there are still other people out there, I can?t say I?ve been ...

    As an older sister, I sympathized a lot with Yuri in this volume. I'd probably would have checked the school too, but I would have waited for daylight. Still, when she showed at the school doors with a little girl in tow, I died. Poor kid. And to address something earlier in the vol...

    Still interesting, though a little disappointing. It?s funny that the world remains a world of cute girls. Some interesting developments. Definitely keeps me interested, even if it doesn?t really do much new with the zombie concept beyond adding cute girls. ...

    A new cast member adds little to the story, which is quickly losing momentum. ...

    And so they set off to outside of their school. After 5 volumes of staying in the school, and only having outings when it was really needed, they have decided to go and set a new goal. Of course, for Yuki, they have just announced it like they are going to check out schools for whe...

    The series is now dropping down to a solid four star read for me, after having started as a solid five, then to four and a half in books 4 and 5. I miss the ominous, sometimes terrifying vibe of the first few books. The crew's travels outside feel too easy to be plausible. The only tro...

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    I love that the School Live Girls are on the road but I fear that the medicine to cure Kurumi may not be working. And Yuuri has a little sister named Ruu-chan. All may seem well and all but until they arrive to college, the girls also enter into some trouble. Onto volume 7! ...

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  • TheOASG
    Jun 15, 2017

    Now things are starting to get better! Well ... Not necessarily good for the characters but for the readers things are great! In this volume,the girls face new challenges and dangers. They decide to leave school to look for other survivors. And as is customary in the story, they dec...

    4.5 ...

    I like this volume! The girls set out for college, we learn some of Rii-chan's past, which helps explain the big sister role she plays in the group, and a cliffhanger leaves us wanting more. I like this series a lot. ...

    I have to admit my heart sunk a little bit when I saw the cover. In the last volume of School-Live!, Yuki and her friends graduated from high school and were prepared to take on the world. (Read: zombies.) While we know there are still other people out there, I can?t say I?ve been ...

  • zeggins
    Mar 31, 2017

    Now things are starting to get better! Well ... Not necessarily good for the characters but for the readers things are great! In this volume,the girls face new challenges and dangers. They decide to leave school to look for other survivors. And as is customary in the story, they dec...

    4.5 ...

    I like this volume! The girls set out for college, we learn some of Rii-chan's past, which helps explain the big sister role she plays in the group, and a cliffhanger leaves us wanting more. I like this series a lot. ...

    I have to admit my heart sunk a little bit when I saw the cover. In the last volume of School-Live!, Yuki and her friends graduated from high school and were prepared to take on the world. (Read: zombies.) While we know there are still other people out there, I can?t say I?ve been ...

    As an older sister, I sympathized a lot with Yuri in this volume. I'd probably would have checked the school too, but I would have waited for daylight. Still, when she showed at the school doors with a little girl in tow, I died. Poor kid. And to address something earlier in the vol...

    Still interesting, though a little disappointing. It?s funny that the world remains a world of cute girls. Some interesting developments. Definitely keeps me interested, even if it doesn?t really do much new with the zombie concept beyond adding cute girls. ...

    A new cast member adds little to the story, which is quickly losing momentum. ...

    And so they set off to outside of their school. After 5 volumes of staying in the school, and only having outings when it was really needed, they have decided to go and set a new goal. Of course, for Yuki, they have just announced it like they are going to check out schools for whe...

    The series is now dropping down to a solid four star read for me, after having started as a solid five, then to four and a half in books 4 and 5. I miss the ominous, sometimes terrifying vibe of the first few books. The crew's travels outside feel too easy to be plausible. The only tro...

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    I love that the School Live Girls are on the road but I fear that the medicine to cure Kurumi may not be working. And Yuuri has a little sister named Ruu-chan. All may seem well and all but until they arrive to college, the girls also enter into some trouble. Onto volume 7! ...

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  • Daniel Cohen
    Nov 13, 2016

    Now things are starting to get better! Well ... Not necessarily good for the characters but for the readers things are great! In this volume,the girls face new challenges and dangers. They decide to leave school to look for other survivors. And as is customary in the story, they dec...

    4.5 ...

    I like this volume! The girls set out for college, we learn some of Rii-chan's past, which helps explain the big sister role she plays in the group, and a cliffhanger leaves us wanting more. I like this series a lot. ...

    I have to admit my heart sunk a little bit when I saw the cover. In the last volume of School-Live!, Yuki and her friends graduated from high school and were prepared to take on the world. (Read: zombies.) While we know there are still other people out there, I can?t say I?ve been ...

    As an older sister, I sympathized a lot with Yuri in this volume. I'd probably would have checked the school too, but I would have waited for daylight. Still, when she showed at the school doors with a little girl in tow, I died. Poor kid. And to address something earlier in the vol...

    Still interesting, though a little disappointing. It?s funny that the world remains a world of cute girls. Some interesting developments. Definitely keeps me interested, even if it doesn?t really do much new with the zombie concept beyond adding cute girls. ...

    A new cast member adds little to the story, which is quickly losing momentum. ...

    And so they set off to outside of their school. After 5 volumes of staying in the school, and only having outings when it was really needed, they have decided to go and set a new goal. Of course, for Yuki, they have just announced it like they are going to check out schools for whe...

    The series is now dropping down to a solid four star read for me, after having started as a solid five, then to four and a half in books 4 and 5. I miss the ominous, sometimes terrifying vibe of the first few books. The crew's travels outside feel too easy to be plausible. The only tro...

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  • Luisa
    Apr 26, 2018

    Now things are starting to get better! Well ... Not necessarily good for the characters but for the readers things are great! In this volume,the girls face new challenges and dangers. They decide to leave school to look for other survivors. And as is customary in the story, they dec...

    4.5 ...

    I like this volume! The girls set out for college, we learn some of Rii-chan's past, which helps explain the big sister role she plays in the group, and a cliffhanger leaves us wanting more. I like this series a lot. ...

    I have to admit my heart sunk a little bit when I saw the cover. In the last volume of School-Live!, Yuki and her friends graduated from high school and were prepared to take on the world. (Read: zombies.) While we know there are still other people out there, I can?t say I?ve been ...

    As an older sister, I sympathized a lot with Yuri in this volume. I'd probably would have checked the school too, but I would have waited for daylight. Still, when she showed at the school doors with a little girl in tow, I died. Poor kid. And to address something earlier in the vol...

    Still interesting, though a little disappointing. It?s funny that the world remains a world of cute girls. Some interesting developments. Definitely keeps me interested, even if it doesn?t really do much new with the zombie concept beyond adding cute girls. ...

    A new cast member adds little to the story, which is quickly losing momentum. ...

    And so they set off to outside of their school. After 5 volumes of staying in the school, and only having outings when it was really needed, they have decided to go and set a new goal. Of course, for Yuki, they have just announced it like they are going to check out schools for whe...

    The series is now dropping down to a solid four star read for me, after having started as a solid five, then to four and a half in books 4 and 5. I miss the ominous, sometimes terrifying vibe of the first few books. The crew's travels outside feel too easy to be plausible. The only tro...

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    I love that the School Live Girls are on the road but I fear that the medicine to cure Kurumi may not be working. And Yuuri has a little sister named Ruu-chan. All may seem well and all but until they arrive to college, the girls also enter into some trouble. Onto volume 7! ...

  • Breezy
    Aug 07, 2018

    Now things are starting to get better! Well ... Not necessarily good for the characters but for the readers things are great! In this volume,the girls face new challenges and dangers. They decide to leave school to look for other survivors. And as is customary in the story, they dec...

    4.5 ...

    I like this volume! The girls set out for college, we learn some of Rii-chan's past, which helps explain the big sister role she plays in the group, and a cliffhanger leaves us wanting more. I like this series a lot. ...

    I have to admit my heart sunk a little bit when I saw the cover. In the last volume of School-Live!, Yuki and her friends graduated from high school and were prepared to take on the world. (Read: zombies.) While we know there are still other people out there, I can?t say I?ve been ...

    As an older sister, I sympathized a lot with Yuri in this volume. I'd probably would have checked the school too, but I would have waited for daylight. Still, when she showed at the school doors with a little girl in tow, I died. Poor kid. And to address something earlier in the vol...

    Still interesting, though a little disappointing. It?s funny that the world remains a world of cute girls. Some interesting developments. Definitely keeps me interested, even if it doesn?t really do much new with the zombie concept beyond adding cute girls. ...

    A new cast member adds little to the story, which is quickly losing momentum. ...

    And so they set off to outside of their school. After 5 volumes of staying in the school, and only having outings when it was really needed, they have decided to go and set a new goal. Of course, for Yuki, they have just announced it like they are going to check out schools for whe...

    The series is now dropping down to a solid four star read for me, after having started as a solid five, then to four and a half in books 4 and 5. I miss the ominous, sometimes terrifying vibe of the first few books. The crew's travels outside feel too easy to be plausible. The only tro...

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    I love that the School Live Girls are on the road but I fear that the medicine to cure Kurumi may not be working. And Yuuri has a little sister named Ruu-chan. All may seem well and all but until they arrive to college, the girls also enter into some trouble. Onto volume 7! ...

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