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

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

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

  • Jay
    Jun 04, 2018

    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...

    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

    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...

    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

    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...

    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

    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...

    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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  • MelonSamba
    Jan 12, 2018

    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...

    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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  • Ashley
    Oct 12, 2017

    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...

    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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  • Wensday
    Oct 23, 2016

    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...

    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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  • Connie
    Jun 18, 2017

    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...

    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

    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

    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...

    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

    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...

    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...

  • Valerie
    Oct 05, 2017

    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

    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...

    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

    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...

    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

    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...

    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

    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...

    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

    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...

    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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  • Rod Brown
    Jul 25, 2017

    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...

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

  • Arthur
    May 31, 2017

    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...

    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

    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...

    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

    4.5 ...

  • Pascal Hauch
    Apr 26, 2017

    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...

    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

    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...

    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

    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...

    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

    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

    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...

    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

    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...

    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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  • Ryan
    Jul 19, 2017

    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...

    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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  • Luisa
    Apr 26, 2018

    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...

    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

    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...

    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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