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Mitsuki's love for Eichi has helped keep her alive because she promised that one day she would become a famous singer and meet him again. But lately even the memories of Eichi haven't been enough to keep her spirits up, and when one of the Shinigami lets slip that Eichi has been dead for years, Mitsuki runs away. Will Takuto's confessed love for Mitsuki be enough to convinMitsuki's love for Eichi has helped keep her alive because she promised that one day she would become a famous singer and meet him again. But lately even the memories of Eichi haven't been enough to keep her spirits up, and when one of the Shinigami lets slip that Eichi has been dead for years, Mitsuki runs away. Will Takuto's confessed love for Mitsuki be enough to convince her to live...or will she follow her first love into death?...

Title : Full Moon O Sagashite, Vol. 3
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ISBN : 9781421500591
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 176 Pages
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Full Moon O Sagashite, Vol. 3 Reviews

  • Sesana
    2019-03-26 14:18

    This volume was focused much more on the characters and their relationships to each other than on the pop idol music scene. Which is good, because these are great characters and the relationships are written in a way that's very real. There's a big twist towards the end of the volume, which is bound to have a huge effect on the plot going forward. I also really liked the bonus chapter, which gives Eichi's POV of his relationship with Mitsuki.

  • Eden
    2019-04-20 18:14

    Mitsuki loves Eichi and that has kept her alive. She promised that one day would become a singer and they would meet again. But, it's been hard to keep her spirits up. Even the memories of Eichi aren't helping. And when it's let slip that Eichi has been dead for years, Mitsuki can't take it.Will Mitsuki join her love in death, or will the love of another be enough to make her want to live?This volume doesn't focus so much on singing as the previous two. It is more about character development and their relationships with one another. It's a sad but touching volume. I can't wait to see how the story continues.

  • Emiri Tachibana
    2019-04-01 20:26

    I LOVE Full moon o saga. It's unlike anything I've ever read...It was like it was speaking to me. After I'd read it I was all like, 'NOOOO!! NOW I HAVE TO WAIT FOR VOLUME 4 TO COME IN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!'Still waiting for it.... *sigh*

  • Daisy Tammer
    2019-03-30 12:06

    As seen on my blog www.amartians.nlReview for the entire series5 out of 5 starsFull moon wo Sagashite is a 7 volume manga series about the 12-year old Mizuki Kouyama who dreams of becoming a singer. The things standing in her way from this dream is her diagnosis of Sarcoma, a cancer that can only be cured by removing her vocal cords, and her grandma which hates music, not letting Mizuki audition. Mizuki’s dream seems unachievable until she’s visited by a pair of Shinigami, telling her she has only one year left to live. Mizuki and the Shinigami strike a deal; if Mitsuki promises to go quietly when her year is up, they would help her become a singer, so she could leave the world with no regrets.The story of Full Moon wo Sagashite is incredibly cute and inspiring which is conveyed through the amazing artwork of Arina Tanemura. Tanemura has her own very recognizable and unique drawing style, defined by the extremely big eyes (even for Manga standard), incredibly long hair on female characters and a lot of use of the halftone panels, which you either love or hate. The plot is well written, and slowly reveals more about its characters making you slowly get to know and fall in love with them. The only complaint I have about the plot is that everything seems to connect with a bit too much coincidence, but seeing the genre of the manga (Shoujo aimed at young girls) I’m looking past this.Pretty much all characters are relatable, likable and inspirational, expecially Mizuki who keeps appearing positive and happy through all the hardships, and yet it’s revealed that even someone like her feels bad about her experiences sometimes. The Shinigami are all fleshed out with their own backstories carrying some heavy messages I feel are important to teach the demographic the manga is aimed at.All in all Full moon wo Sagashite is a really cute, relateable manga which carries quite some heavy messages. I’d definitely recommend picking the series up if you like Arina Tanemura’s drawing style.

  • Caroline Torbjørnsdal Engeland
    2019-04-20 18:30

    This one were less chaotic then the previous volumes so it was more understandable. I still think that the characters are too young for the lovestory aspect though and it seems that the author knows it too because the characters look older in the romantic scenes. Which makes me believe that the author knows that this is a little on the edge and a little farfetched.

  • Em Mirra
    2019-04-06 17:16


  • Natalie
    2019-03-29 16:06

    The third volume steps back from the pop idol music industry and gives all its attention to character development: we see Takuto's involvement in Mitsuki's father's life and we learn the truth about Eichi. Lots of flashbacks here, and I think all of them develop the characters and complicate their lives much better than the music industry bits do - I'm actually involved in the story line now. (view spoiler)[Mitsuki's smile-and-be-happy routine still fits the selfless terminally ill patient trope, but I like the complexity that she can't truly be with Eichi. (hide spoiler)]The fact that everyone from Mitsuki's dad's life is now involved with Mitsuki is pretty unrealistic, along with the amount of death that has followed her. This manga has a ridiculously high body count. The budding love between Eichi and Mitsuki seems strange - he was 14 when he left, and she was 10. That's a pretty big age difference, and it's a little bit creepy.It's a cute story, though it's full of the usual tropes and cliches. The terminally ill girl is perfect and selfless and wants everyone to be happy forever. Of course there's a love triangle (though it does create some character complexity). The artwork is beautiful. Younger YA fans will get the most out of this manga; for me, it was too childish and cliche to love, though I think this is the strongest volume in the series so far.

  • Joss
    2019-04-19 17:18

    January 2014: 4 StarsInteresting volume. It seems like every person from her father's past is coming into her life at once.I read somewhere that Eichi was... well, you know. But I didn't think it'd hit me so hard when I got to that part in the manga. Gaah poor Mitsuki :(Meroko and Izumi's history is pretty interesting too. I like them together ^_^ they fit. And despite how cold Izumi is, he genuinely seems to care for her! Yay /)^-^(\

  • sucker4synth
    2019-04-19 20:30

    Still trying to get into this series though it hasn't completely hooked me, yet. We find out more about Eichi. Takuto continues to fight off his memories lest he become a ghost instead of a shinigami. Some of the feels in this one worked better than the previous books, but I still find myself reaching to care about why these people supposedly care for each other. The artwork is cute, the outfits are cool, just want to be grabbed a bit harder by the plot.

  • Lemons
    2019-03-26 14:07

    I love the series Full moon. It is one of my favorite manga series. I in particularly like this book because it focuses more on Mizuki feeling's about her past love, Echi, and her friend.Personally I would like to see her and the boy that came from the underworld together. I encourage you to read this series with all my heart.

  • Holly Letson
    2019-04-08 16:15

    Thanks so much to SeleneScans and MangaArt, who scanslated this series years ago. I am reading V3+ as scanslations, since I only own the first 2 Viz/ShoujoBeat volumes of this series, and I want to finish it. It is soooooo good!

  • Adriane
    2019-04-09 19:17

    Even though this is one of her earlier works I still find Ms. Tanemura's artwork to be stunning and well thought out. The story is both adorable and multi-layered, dramatic, melancholy, and you find yourself falling in love with characters you know you're going to lose.

  • saiberiac
    2019-04-03 18:25

    The amount of death in this story is epic. From Mitsuki's parents to both of Eiichi's parents, Takuto committed suicide, now Eiichi is dead and Mitsuki is going to die in approximately 9 months from a similar throat tumor as Takuto. Just wow.

  • Timothy
    2019-04-14 15:12

    The series is actually getting interesting with a plot that's starting to develop beyond the antics of the moment, with characters that are starting to develop an actual personality and back history. The volume ends with a bombshell that'll hopefully keep the momentum strong.

  • Naomi
    2019-03-31 16:22

    Yeah, I bought the rest of the series...

  • Pearl
    2019-03-26 16:34

    my favorite volume! oh my... especially the one chapter with Eichi and Mistuki... Gotta love manga!

  • Steph
    2019-04-09 20:30

    Wow. Just amazing. The plot teists continue to surprise and the art is fantastic as always.

  • Lynn
    2019-03-24 14:10

    The third book... Getting further into the story... (what else can I say?)

  • Ashley Reider
    2019-04-16 17:12

    she is amazing! I recommend her!

  • Wunan251001116
    2019-03-25 13:20


  • Da
    2019-04-03 19:24

    Mitsuki is nearly found out by her doctor and tries her best to conceal her real identity. Strangely though, some unknown force breaks Wakaouji from Full Moon.

  • Avery Engstrom
    2019-03-27 20:15

    I can't believe Eichi's dead! Total shocker O.O

  • Yaoyao
    2019-04-15 17:08

    This book reveals a lot of mysteries you may have been trying to figure out in the series. It's so sweet!

  • Sabrina
    2019-03-27 15:17

    Eichi-kun ;____;Mitsuki...Soooo sad. But still beautiful

  • Victoria
    2019-03-22 12:25

    Is a great book to read

  • Viky S. Deneault
    2019-03-28 15:18

    I enjoyed this volume better than the others because it gave more back story and made you care more about the characters

  • Sally
    2019-04-05 13:08

    Goosebumps at the end of chapter 13 every single time.

  • Rachel
    2019-04-04 12:25

    This story just keeps getting better and better as i read on.

  • Miss Ryoko
    2019-04-02 14:34

    Wow... this volume was pretty deep. And I really enjoyed it. I'm curious to see how the ending of the series will turn out... I really hope it's not too gushy

  • Merenwen
    2019-04-20 20:28

    I think I actually cried while reading this :p The story is a real tear-jerker.