School-Live!, Vol. 3

School-Live!, Vol. 3

The girls arrive safely back home after their excursion, and the School Living Club ends up with a new (provisional) member--Miki Naoki! And what's the best way to celebrate the newest addition, Yuki-senpai? Why, a sports festival, of course! But not everything can be fun and games in a post-apocalyptic, zombie world...can it?...

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Title:School-Live!, Vol. 3
Author:Norimitsu Kaihou (Nitroplus)
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:がっこうぐらし! 3
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:176 pages pages

School-Live!, Vol. 3 Reviews

  • Michelle (In Libris Veritas)
    Jun 03, 2017

    Volume 1 to Volume 3 My friends strongly recommended this anime to me. At first, I was reluctant to watch it because of my fear of the zombies. But, because they strongly recommended it, I started reading the manga first. This manga has the elements of mystery, maturity and psychol...

    Siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiigh.... just like many horror movies or action movies or whatever, it always has to be my favorite character. ...

    The addition of a new survivor shakes up the established dynamic of the three friends. I like the questions the new girl - Miki - raises about Yuki's "insanity". Is it real, or is she putting on an act for everyone else's benefit? ...

    Miki-san / Mii-kun is my favorite character at the moment. She's a down to earth, honest girl, and I love her! She's pretty relatable... no I think all of the character's are easy to relate to anyway. T0 be honest though, this story isn't really getting any more interesting. It's prett...

    Goodness! I really did not expect this series to grip me emotionally as much as it does! So good! Such atmosphere! But... I had to take away a star because, although the writer and manga-ka do push the bar and challenge readers when it comes to the themes of survival and desperation, I...

    Getting a little scarier... ...

    Such an excellent series so far! ...

  • Wensday
    Oct 23, 2016

    Volume 1 to Volume 3 My friends strongly recommended this anime to me. At first, I was reluctant to watch it because of my fear of the zombies. But, because they strongly recommended it, I started reading the manga first. This manga has the elements of mystery, maturity and psychol...

    Siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiigh.... just like many horror movies or action movies or whatever, it always has to be my favorite character. ...

    The addition of a new survivor shakes up the established dynamic of the three friends. I like the questions the new girl - Miki - raises about Yuki's "insanity". Is it real, or is she putting on an act for everyone else's benefit? ...

    Miki-san / Mii-kun is my favorite character at the moment. She's a down to earth, honest girl, and I love her! She's pretty relatable... no I think all of the character's are easy to relate to anyway. T0 be honest though, this story isn't really getting any more interesting. It's prett...

    Goodness! I really did not expect this series to grip me emotionally as much as it does! So good! Such atmosphere! But... I had to take away a star because, although the writer and manga-ka do push the bar and challenge readers when it comes to the themes of survival and desperation, I...

    Getting a little scarier... ...

    Such an excellent series so far! ...

    3.5/5 ...

    And so Miki joins the School Life Club! I have to say I wasn't all too amused with Miki and how she acted. I get that what Yuki does isn't the best idea, but to act this shitty to someone? No. Just no. These people saved you, and instead of respecting that some people just process ...

    Most of this volume of School-Live! is devoted to a character study of Miki, and how she struggles to fit in with the rest of the girls. It's quite an interesting duality, because on one hand she does come across as a voice of reason, while on the other she is very much an outsider to ...

    4/5 Stars This has been my favourite volume so far! I really enjoyed the dynamic of Kei and Yuki's relationship and how it fluctuated. While I did feel bad for Yuki and how Kei was approaching the situation, it made the plot much more real. These three friends have been living th...

    The School-Live! series of books is well worth reading. Spoiler Alert: At this point in the series you know it's about Zombies. It's a very unique take on the Zombie Apocalypse theme. School aged children in Japan, surviving on their own inside a school that was built to be a safe hav...

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  • Connie
    Jun 16, 2017

    Volume 1 to Volume 3 My friends strongly recommended this anime to me. At first, I was reluctant to watch it because of my fear of the zombies. But, because they strongly recommended it, I started reading the manga first. This manga has the elements of mystery, maturity and psychol...

    Siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiigh.... just like many horror movies or action movies or whatever, it always has to be my favorite character. ...

    The addition of a new survivor shakes up the established dynamic of the three friends. I like the questions the new girl - Miki - raises about Yuki's "insanity". Is it real, or is she putting on an act for everyone else's benefit? ...

    Miki-san / Mii-kun is my favorite character at the moment. She's a down to earth, honest girl, and I love her! She's pretty relatable... no I think all of the character's are easy to relate to anyway. T0 be honest though, this story isn't really getting any more interesting. It's prett...

    Goodness! I really did not expect this series to grip me emotionally as much as it does! So good! Such atmosphere! But... I had to take away a star because, although the writer and manga-ka do push the bar and challenge readers when it comes to the themes of survival and desperation, I...

    Getting a little scarier... ...

    Such an excellent series so far! ...

    3.5/5 ...

    And so Miki joins the School Life Club! I have to say I wasn't all too amused with Miki and how she acted. I get that what Yuki does isn't the best idea, but to act this shitty to someone? No. Just no. These people saved you, and instead of respecting that some people just process ...

    Most of this volume of School-Live! is devoted to a character study of Miki, and how she struggles to fit in with the rest of the girls. It's quite an interesting duality, because on one hand she does come across as a voice of reason, while on the other she is very much an outsider to ...

    4/5 Stars This has been my favourite volume so far! I really enjoyed the dynamic of Kei and Yuki's relationship and how it fluctuated. While I did feel bad for Yuki and how Kei was approaching the situation, it made the plot much more real. These three friends have been living th...

    The School-Live! series of books is well worth reading. Spoiler Alert: At this point in the series you know it's about Zombies. It's a very unique take on the Zombie Apocalypse theme. School aged children in Japan, surviving on their own inside a school that was built to be a safe hav...

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  • Maria Kramer
    Mar 23, 2017

    Volume 1 to Volume 3 My friends strongly recommended this anime to me. At first, I was reluctant to watch it because of my fear of the zombies. But, because they strongly recommended it, I started reading the manga first. This manga has the elements of mystery, maturity and psychol...

    Siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiigh.... just like many horror movies or action movies or whatever, it always has to be my favorite character. ...

    The addition of a new survivor shakes up the established dynamic of the three friends. I like the questions the new girl - Miki - raises about Yuki's "insanity". Is it real, or is she putting on an act for everyone else's benefit? ...

  • Jenna (Bookiemoji)
    Aug 13, 2017

    Volume 1 to Volume 3 My friends strongly recommended this anime to me. At first, I was reluctant to watch it because of my fear of the zombies. But, because they strongly recommended it, I started reading the manga first. This manga has the elements of mystery, maturity and psychol...

    Siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiigh.... just like many horror movies or action movies or whatever, it always has to be my favorite character. ...

    The addition of a new survivor shakes up the established dynamic of the three friends. I like the questions the new girl - Miki - raises about Yuki's "insanity". Is it real, or is she putting on an act for everyone else's benefit? ...

    Miki-san / Mii-kun is my favorite character at the moment. She's a down to earth, honest girl, and I love her! She's pretty relatable... no I think all of the character's are easy to relate to anyway. T0 be honest though, this story isn't really getting any more interesting. It's prett...

    Goodness! I really did not expect this series to grip me emotionally as much as it does! So good! Such atmosphere! But... I had to take away a star because, although the writer and manga-ka do push the bar and challenge readers when it comes to the themes of survival and desperation, I...

  • Mehsi
    Jun 24, 2014

    Volume 1 to Volume 3 My friends strongly recommended this anime to me. At first, I was reluctant to watch it because of my fear of the zombies. But, because they strongly recommended it, I started reading the manga first. This manga has the elements of mystery, maturity and psychol...

    Siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiigh.... just like many horror movies or action movies or whatever, it always has to be my favorite character. ...

    The addition of a new survivor shakes up the established dynamic of the three friends. I like the questions the new girl - Miki - raises about Yuki's "insanity". Is it real, or is she putting on an act for everyone else's benefit? ...

    Miki-san / Mii-kun is my favorite character at the moment. She's a down to earth, honest girl, and I love her! She's pretty relatable... no I think all of the character's are easy to relate to anyway. T0 be honest though, this story isn't really getting any more interesting. It's prett...

    Goodness! I really did not expect this series to grip me emotionally as much as it does! So good! Such atmosphere! But... I had to take away a star because, although the writer and manga-ka do push the bar and challenge readers when it comes to the themes of survival and desperation, I...

    Getting a little scarier... ...

    Such an excellent series so far! ...

    3.5/5 ...

    And so Miki joins the School Life Club! I have to say I wasn't all too amused with Miki and how she acted. I get that what Yuki does isn't the best idea, but to act this shitty to someone? No. Just no. These people saved you, and instead of respecting that some people just process ...

  • Neil M. Black
    Jul 18, 2015

    Volume 1 to Volume 3 My friends strongly recommended this anime to me. At first, I was reluctant to watch it because of my fear of the zombies. But, because they strongly recommended it, I started reading the manga first. This manga has the elements of mystery, maturity and psychol...

    Siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiigh.... just like many horror movies or action movies or whatever, it always has to be my favorite character. ...

    The addition of a new survivor shakes up the established dynamic of the three friends. I like the questions the new girl - Miki - raises about Yuki's "insanity". Is it real, or is she putting on an act for everyone else's benefit? ...

    Miki-san / Mii-kun is my favorite character at the moment. She's a down to earth, honest girl, and I love her! She's pretty relatable... no I think all of the character's are easy to relate to anyway. T0 be honest though, this story isn't really getting any more interesting. It's prett...

    Goodness! I really did not expect this series to grip me emotionally as much as it does! So good! Such atmosphere! But... I had to take away a star because, although the writer and manga-ka do push the bar and challenge readers when it comes to the themes of survival and desperation, I...

    Getting a little scarier... ...

    Such an excellent series so far! ...

    3.5/5 ...

    And so Miki joins the School Life Club! I have to say I wasn't all too amused with Miki and how she acted. I get that what Yuki does isn't the best idea, but to act this shitty to someone? No. Just no. These people saved you, and instead of respecting that some people just process ...

    Most of this volume of School-Live! is devoted to a character study of Miki, and how she struggles to fit in with the rest of the girls. It's quite an interesting duality, because on one hand she does come across as a voice of reason, while on the other she is very much an outsider to ...

    4/5 Stars This has been my favourite volume so far! I really enjoyed the dynamic of Kei and Yuki's relationship and how it fluctuated. While I did feel bad for Yuki and how Kei was approaching the situation, it made the plot much more real. These three friends have been living th...

    The School-Live! series of books is well worth reading. Spoiler Alert: At this point in the series you know it's about Zombies. It's a very unique take on the Zombie Apocalypse theme. School aged children in Japan, surviving on their own inside a school that was built to be a safe hav...

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  • Enter
    Apr 18, 2019

    Volume 1 to Volume 3 My friends strongly recommended this anime to me. At first, I was reluctant to watch it because of my fear of the zombies. But, because they strongly recommended it, I started reading the manga first. This manga has the elements of mystery, maturity and psychol...

    Siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiigh.... just like many horror movies or action movies or whatever, it always has to be my favorite character. ...

    The addition of a new survivor shakes up the established dynamic of the three friends. I like the questions the new girl - Miki - raises about Yuki's "insanity". Is it real, or is she putting on an act for everyone else's benefit? ...

    Miki-san / Mii-kun is my favorite character at the moment. She's a down to earth, honest girl, and I love her! She's pretty relatable... no I think all of the character's are easy to relate to anyway. T0 be honest though, this story isn't really getting any more interesting. It's prett...

    Goodness! I really did not expect this series to grip me emotionally as much as it does! So good! Such atmosphere! But... I had to take away a star because, although the writer and manga-ka do push the bar and challenge readers when it comes to the themes of survival and desperation, I...

    Getting a little scarier... ...

    Such an excellent series so far! ...

    3.5/5 ...

    And so Miki joins the School Life Club! I have to say I wasn't all too amused with Miki and how she acted. I get that what Yuki does isn't the best idea, but to act this shitty to someone? No. Just no. These people saved you, and instead of respecting that some people just process ...

    Most of this volume of School-Live! is devoted to a character study of Miki, and how she struggles to fit in with the rest of the girls. It's quite an interesting duality, because on one hand she does come across as a voice of reason, while on the other she is very much an outsider to ...

    4/5 Stars This has been my favourite volume so far! I really enjoyed the dynamic of Kei and Yuki's relationship and how it fluctuated. While I did feel bad for Yuki and how Kei was approaching the situation, it made the plot much more real. These three friends have been living th...

    The School-Live! series of books is well worth reading. Spoiler Alert: At this point in the series you know it's about Zombies. It's a very unique take on the Zombie Apocalypse theme. School aged children in Japan, surviving on their own inside a school that was built to be a safe hav...

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  • Justin
    Jun 27, 2016

    Volume 1 to Volume 3 My friends strongly recommended this anime to me. At first, I was reluctant to watch it because of my fear of the zombies. But, because they strongly recommended it, I started reading the manga first. This manga has the elements of mystery, maturity and psychol...

    Siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiigh.... just like many horror movies or action movies or whatever, it always has to be my favorite character. ...

    The addition of a new survivor shakes up the established dynamic of the three friends. I like the questions the new girl - Miki - raises about Yuki's "insanity". Is it real, or is she putting on an act for everyone else's benefit? ...

    Miki-san / Mii-kun is my favorite character at the moment. She's a down to earth, honest girl, and I love her! She's pretty relatable... no I think all of the character's are easy to relate to anyway. T0 be honest though, this story isn't really getting any more interesting. It's prett...

    Goodness! I really did not expect this series to grip me emotionally as much as it does! So good! Such atmosphere! But... I had to take away a star because, although the writer and manga-ka do push the bar and challenge readers when it comes to the themes of survival and desperation, I...

    Getting a little scarier... ...

    Such an excellent series so far! ...

    3.5/5 ...

    And so Miki joins the School Life Club! I have to say I wasn't all too amused with Miki and how she acted. I get that what Yuki does isn't the best idea, but to act this shitty to someone? No. Just no. These people saved you, and instead of respecting that some people just process ...

    Most of this volume of School-Live! is devoted to a character study of Miki, and how she struggles to fit in with the rest of the girls. It's quite an interesting duality, because on one hand she does come across as a voice of reason, while on the other she is very much an outsider to ...

  • Pamela
    Aug 03, 2016

    Volume 1 to Volume 3 My friends strongly recommended this anime to me. At first, I was reluctant to watch it because of my fear of the zombies. But, because they strongly recommended it, I started reading the manga first. This manga has the elements of mystery, maturity and psychol...

    Siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiigh.... just like many horror movies or action movies or whatever, it always has to be my favorite character. ...

    The addition of a new survivor shakes up the established dynamic of the three friends. I like the questions the new girl - Miki - raises about Yuki's "insanity". Is it real, or is she putting on an act for everyone else's benefit? ...

    Miki-san / Mii-kun is my favorite character at the moment. She's a down to earth, honest girl, and I love her! She's pretty relatable... no I think all of the character's are easy to relate to anyway. T0 be honest though, this story isn't really getting any more interesting. It's prett...

    Goodness! I really did not expect this series to grip me emotionally as much as it does! So good! Such atmosphere! But... I had to take away a star because, although the writer and manga-ka do push the bar and challenge readers when it comes to the themes of survival and desperation, I...

    Getting a little scarier... ...

    Such an excellent series so far! ...

    3.5/5 ...

    And so Miki joins the School Life Club! I have to say I wasn't all too amused with Miki and how she acted. I get that what Yuki does isn't the best idea, but to act this shitty to someone? No. Just no. These people saved you, and instead of respecting that some people just process ...

    Most of this volume of School-Live! is devoted to a character study of Miki, and how she struggles to fit in with the rest of the girls. It's quite an interesting duality, because on one hand she does come across as a voice of reason, while on the other she is very much an outsider to ...

    4/5 Stars This has been my favourite volume so far! I really enjoyed the dynamic of Kei and Yuki's relationship and how it fluctuated. While I did feel bad for Yuki and how Kei was approaching the situation, it made the plot much more real. These three friends have been living th...

    The School-Live! series of books is well worth reading. Spoiler Alert: At this point in the series you know it's about Zombies. It's a very unique take on the Zombie Apocalypse theme. School aged children in Japan, surviving on their own inside a school that was built to be a safe hav...

  • Taylor Beans
    Jul 09, 2015

    Volume 1 to Volume 3 My friends strongly recommended this anime to me. At first, I was reluctant to watch it because of my fear of the zombies. But, because they strongly recommended it, I started reading the manga first. This manga has the elements of mystery, maturity and psychol...

    Siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiigh.... just like many horror movies or action movies or whatever, it always has to be my favorite character. ...

    The addition of a new survivor shakes up the established dynamic of the three friends. I like the questions the new girl - Miki - raises about Yuki's "insanity". Is it real, or is she putting on an act for everyone else's benefit? ...

    Miki-san / Mii-kun is my favorite character at the moment. She's a down to earth, honest girl, and I love her! She's pretty relatable... no I think all of the character's are easy to relate to anyway. T0 be honest though, this story isn't really getting any more interesting. It's prett...

    Goodness! I really did not expect this series to grip me emotionally as much as it does! So good! Such atmosphere! But... I had to take away a star because, although the writer and manga-ka do push the bar and challenge readers when it comes to the themes of survival and desperation, I...

    Getting a little scarier... ...

    Such an excellent series so far! ...

    3.5/5 ...

    And so Miki joins the School Life Club! I have to say I wasn't all too amused with Miki and how she acted. I get that what Yuki does isn't the best idea, but to act this shitty to someone? No. Just no. These people saved you, and instead of respecting that some people just process ...

    Most of this volume of School-Live! is devoted to a character study of Miki, and how she struggles to fit in with the rest of the girls. It's quite an interesting duality, because on one hand she does come across as a voice of reason, while on the other she is very much an outsider to ...

    4/5 Stars This has been my favourite volume so far! I really enjoyed the dynamic of Kei and Yuki's relationship and how it fluctuated. While I did feel bad for Yuki and how Kei was approaching the situation, it made the plot much more real. These three friends have been living th...

    The School-Live! series of books is well worth reading. Spoiler Alert: At this point in the series you know it's about Zombies. It's a very unique take on the Zombie Apocalypse theme. School aged children in Japan, surviving on their own inside a school that was built to be a safe hav...

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  • Nicholas Driscoll
    Sep 06, 2018

    Volume 1 to Volume 3 My friends strongly recommended this anime to me. At first, I was reluctant to watch it because of my fear of the zombies. But, because they strongly recommended it, I started reading the manga first. This manga has the elements of mystery, maturity and psychol...

    Siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiigh.... just like many horror movies or action movies or whatever, it always has to be my favorite character. ...

  • Timo
    Oct 03, 2016

    Volume 1 to Volume 3 My friends strongly recommended this anime to me. At first, I was reluctant to watch it because of my fear of the zombies. But, because they strongly recommended it, I started reading the manga first. This manga has the elements of mystery, maturity and psychol...

    Siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiigh.... just like many horror movies or action movies or whatever, it always has to be my favorite character. ...

    The addition of a new survivor shakes up the established dynamic of the three friends. I like the questions the new girl - Miki - raises about Yuki's "insanity". Is it real, or is she putting on an act for everyone else's benefit? ...

    Miki-san / Mii-kun is my favorite character at the moment. She's a down to earth, honest girl, and I love her! She's pretty relatable... no I think all of the character's are easy to relate to anyway. T0 be honest though, this story isn't really getting any more interesting. It's prett...

    Goodness! I really did not expect this series to grip me emotionally as much as it does! So good! Such atmosphere! But... I had to take away a star because, although the writer and manga-ka do push the bar and challenge readers when it comes to the themes of survival and desperation, I...

    Getting a little scarier... ...

    Such an excellent series so far! ...

    3.5/5 ...

    And so Miki joins the School Life Club! I have to say I wasn't all too amused with Miki and how she acted. I get that what Yuki does isn't the best idea, but to act this shitty to someone? No. Just no. These people saved you, and instead of respecting that some people just process ...

    Most of this volume of School-Live! is devoted to a character study of Miki, and how she struggles to fit in with the rest of the girls. It's quite an interesting duality, because on one hand she does come across as a voice of reason, while on the other she is very much an outsider to ...

    4/5 Stars This has been my favourite volume so far! I really enjoyed the dynamic of Kei and Yuki's relationship and how it fluctuated. While I did feel bad for Yuki and how Kei was approaching the situation, it made the plot much more real. These three friends have been living th...

    The School-Live! series of books is well worth reading. Spoiler Alert: At this point in the series you know it's about Zombies. It's a very unique take on the Zombie Apocalypse theme. School aged children in Japan, surviving on their own inside a school that was built to be a safe hav...

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  • Maggie
    Jul 30, 2018

    Volume 1 to Volume 3 My friends strongly recommended this anime to me. At first, I was reluctant to watch it because of my fear of the zombies. But, because they strongly recommended it, I started reading the manga first. This manga has the elements of mystery, maturity and psychol...

    Siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiigh.... just like many horror movies or action movies or whatever, it always has to be my favorite character. ...

    The addition of a new survivor shakes up the established dynamic of the three friends. I like the questions the new girl - Miki - raises about Yuki's "insanity". Is it real, or is she putting on an act for everyone else's benefit? ...

    Miki-san / Mii-kun is my favorite character at the moment. She's a down to earth, honest girl, and I love her! She's pretty relatable... no I think all of the character's are easy to relate to anyway. T0 be honest though, this story isn't really getting any more interesting. It's prett...

    Goodness! I really did not expect this series to grip me emotionally as much as it does! So good! Such atmosphere! But... I had to take away a star because, although the writer and manga-ka do push the bar and challenge readers when it comes to the themes of survival and desperation, I...

    Getting a little scarier... ...

    Such an excellent series so far! ...

    3.5/5 ...

  • Eleanor
    Apr 22, 2017

    Volume 1 to Volume 3 My friends strongly recommended this anime to me. At first, I was reluctant to watch it because of my fear of the zombies. But, because they strongly recommended it, I started reading the manga first. This manga has the elements of mystery, maturity and psychol...

    Siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiigh.... just like many horror movies or action movies or whatever, it always has to be my favorite character. ...

    The addition of a new survivor shakes up the established dynamic of the three friends. I like the questions the new girl - Miki - raises about Yuki's "insanity". Is it real, or is she putting on an act for everyone else's benefit? ...

    Miki-san / Mii-kun is my favorite character at the moment. She's a down to earth, honest girl, and I love her! She's pretty relatable... no I think all of the character's are easy to relate to anyway. T0 be honest though, this story isn't really getting any more interesting. It's prett...

    Goodness! I really did not expect this series to grip me emotionally as much as it does! So good! Such atmosphere! But... I had to take away a star because, although the writer and manga-ka do push the bar and challenge readers when it comes to the themes of survival and desperation, I...

    Getting a little scarier... ...

    Such an excellent series so far! ...

    3.5/5 ...

    And so Miki joins the School Life Club! I have to say I wasn't all too amused with Miki and how she acted. I get that what Yuki does isn't the best idea, but to act this shitty to someone? No. Just no. These people saved you, and instead of respecting that some people just process ...

    Most of this volume of School-Live! is devoted to a character study of Miki, and how she struggles to fit in with the rest of the girls. It's quite an interesting duality, because on one hand she does come across as a voice of reason, while on the other she is very much an outsider to ...

    4/5 Stars This has been my favourite volume so far! I really enjoyed the dynamic of Kei and Yuki's relationship and how it fluctuated. While I did feel bad for Yuki and how Kei was approaching the situation, it made the plot much more real. These three friends have been living th...

    The School-Live! series of books is well worth reading. Spoiler Alert: At this point in the series you know it's about Zombies. It's a very unique take on the Zombie Apocalypse theme. School aged children in Japan, surviving on their own inside a school that was built to be a safe hav...

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  • R
    Sep 16, 2018

    Volume 1 to Volume 3 My friends strongly recommended this anime to me. At first, I was reluctant to watch it because of my fear of the zombies. But, because they strongly recommended it, I started reading the manga first. This manga has the elements of mystery, maturity and psychol...

    Siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiigh.... just like many horror movies or action movies or whatever, it always has to be my favorite character. ...

    The addition of a new survivor shakes up the established dynamic of the three friends. I like the questions the new girl - Miki - raises about Yuki's "insanity". Is it real, or is she putting on an act for everyone else's benefit? ...

    Miki-san / Mii-kun is my favorite character at the moment. She's a down to earth, honest girl, and I love her! She's pretty relatable... no I think all of the character's are easy to relate to anyway. T0 be honest though, this story isn't really getting any more interesting. It's prett...

    Goodness! I really did not expect this series to grip me emotionally as much as it does! So good! Such atmosphere! But... I had to take away a star because, although the writer and manga-ka do push the bar and challenge readers when it comes to the themes of survival and desperation, I...

    Getting a little scarier... ...

  • Pascal Hauch
    Jul 16, 2016

    Volume 1 to Volume 3 My friends strongly recommended this anime to me. At first, I was reluctant to watch it because of my fear of the zombies. But, because they strongly recommended it, I started reading the manga first. This manga has the elements of mystery, maturity and psychol...

    Siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiigh.... just like many horror movies or action movies or whatever, it always has to be my favorite character. ...

    The addition of a new survivor shakes up the established dynamic of the three friends. I like the questions the new girl - Miki - raises about Yuki's "insanity". Is it real, or is she putting on an act for everyone else's benefit? ...

    Miki-san / Mii-kun is my favorite character at the moment. She's a down to earth, honest girl, and I love her! She's pretty relatable... no I think all of the character's are easy to relate to anyway. T0 be honest though, this story isn't really getting any more interesting. It's prett...

    Goodness! I really did not expect this series to grip me emotionally as much as it does! So good! Such atmosphere! But... I had to take away a star because, although the writer and manga-ka do push the bar and challenge readers when it comes to the themes of survival and desperation, I...

    Getting a little scarier... ...

    Such an excellent series so far! ...

    3.5/5 ...

    And so Miki joins the School Life Club! I have to say I wasn't all too amused with Miki and how she acted. I get that what Yuki does isn't the best idea, but to act this shitty to someone? No. Just no. These people saved you, and instead of respecting that some people just process ...

    Most of this volume of School-Live! is devoted to a character study of Miki, and how she struggles to fit in with the rest of the girls. It's quite an interesting duality, because on one hand she does come across as a voice of reason, while on the other she is very much an outsider to ...

    4/5 Stars This has been my favourite volume so far! I really enjoyed the dynamic of Kei and Yuki's relationship and how it fluctuated. While I did feel bad for Yuki and how Kei was approaching the situation, it made the plot much more real. These three friends have been living th...

    The School-Live! series of books is well worth reading. Spoiler Alert: At this point in the series you know it's about Zombies. It's a very unique take on the Zombie Apocalypse theme. School aged children in Japan, surviving on their own inside a school that was built to be a safe hav...

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  • Caleb Boyd
    May 26, 2016

    Volume 1 to Volume 3 My friends strongly recommended this anime to me. At first, I was reluctant to watch it because of my fear of the zombies. But, because they strongly recommended it, I started reading the manga first. This manga has the elements of mystery, maturity and psychol...

    Siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiigh.... just like many horror movies or action movies or whatever, it always has to be my favorite character. ...

    The addition of a new survivor shakes up the established dynamic of the three friends. I like the questions the new girl - Miki - raises about Yuki's "insanity". Is it real, or is she putting on an act for everyone else's benefit? ...

    Miki-san / Mii-kun is my favorite character at the moment. She's a down to earth, honest girl, and I love her! She's pretty relatable... no I think all of the character's are easy to relate to anyway. T0 be honest though, this story isn't really getting any more interesting. It's prett...

    Goodness! I really did not expect this series to grip me emotionally as much as it does! So good! Such atmosphere! But... I had to take away a star because, although the writer and manga-ka do push the bar and challenge readers when it comes to the themes of survival and desperation, I...

    Getting a little scarier... ...

    Such an excellent series so far! ...

    3.5/5 ...

    And so Miki joins the School Life Club! I have to say I wasn't all too amused with Miki and how she acted. I get that what Yuki does isn't the best idea, but to act this shitty to someone? No. Just no. These people saved you, and instead of respecting that some people just process ...

    Most of this volume of School-Live! is devoted to a character study of Miki, and how she struggles to fit in with the rest of the girls. It's quite an interesting duality, because on one hand she does come across as a voice of reason, while on the other she is very much an outsider to ...

    4/5 Stars This has been my favourite volume so far! I really enjoyed the dynamic of Kei and Yuki's relationship and how it fluctuated. While I did feel bad for Yuki and how Kei was approaching the situation, it made the plot much more real. These three friends have been living th...

    The School-Live! series of books is well worth reading. Spoiler Alert: At this point in the series you know it's about Zombies. It's a very unique take on the Zombie Apocalypse theme. School aged children in Japan, surviving on their own inside a school that was built to be a safe hav...

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  • Rain
    Dec 30, 2016

    Volume 1 to Volume 3 My friends strongly recommended this anime to me. At first, I was reluctant to watch it because of my fear of the zombies. But, because they strongly recommended it, I started reading the manga first. This manga has the elements of mystery, maturity and psychol...

    Siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiigh.... just like many horror movies or action movies or whatever, it always has to be my favorite character. ...

    The addition of a new survivor shakes up the established dynamic of the three friends. I like the questions the new girl - Miki - raises about Yuki's "insanity". Is it real, or is she putting on an act for everyone else's benefit? ...

    Miki-san / Mii-kun is my favorite character at the moment. She's a down to earth, honest girl, and I love her! She's pretty relatable... no I think all of the character's are easy to relate to anyway. T0 be honest though, this story isn't really getting any more interesting. It's prett...

    Goodness! I really did not expect this series to grip me emotionally as much as it does! So good! Such atmosphere! But... I had to take away a star because, although the writer and manga-ka do push the bar and challenge readers when it comes to the themes of survival and desperation, I...

    Getting a little scarier... ...

    Such an excellent series so far! ...

    3.5/5 ...

    And so Miki joins the School Life Club! I have to say I wasn't all too amused with Miki and how she acted. I get that what Yuki does isn't the best idea, but to act this shitty to someone? No. Just no. These people saved you, and instead of respecting that some people just process ...

    Most of this volume of School-Live! is devoted to a character study of Miki, and how she struggles to fit in with the rest of the girls. It's quite an interesting duality, because on one hand she does come across as a voice of reason, while on the other she is very much an outsider to ...

    4/5 Stars This has been my favourite volume so far! I really enjoyed the dynamic of Kei and Yuki's relationship and how it fluctuated. While I did feel bad for Yuki and how Kei was approaching the situation, it made the plot much more real. These three friends have been living th...

    The School-Live! series of books is well worth reading. Spoiler Alert: At this point in the series you know it's about Zombies. It's a very unique take on the Zombie Apocalypse theme. School aged children in Japan, surviving on their own inside a school that was built to be a safe hav...

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  • Rue
    Jan 26, 2019

    Volume 1 to Volume 3 My friends strongly recommended this anime to me. At first, I was reluctant to watch it because of my fear of the zombies. But, because they strongly recommended it, I started reading the manga first. This manga has the elements of mystery, maturity and psychol...

    Siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiigh.... just like many horror movies or action movies or whatever, it always has to be my favorite character. ...

    The addition of a new survivor shakes up the established dynamic of the three friends. I like the questions the new girl - Miki - raises about Yuki's "insanity". Is it real, or is she putting on an act for everyone else's benefit? ...

    Miki-san / Mii-kun is my favorite character at the moment. She's a down to earth, honest girl, and I love her! She's pretty relatable... no I think all of the character's are easy to relate to anyway. T0 be honest though, this story isn't really getting any more interesting. It's prett...

    Goodness! I really did not expect this series to grip me emotionally as much as it does! So good! Such atmosphere! But... I had to take away a star because, although the writer and manga-ka do push the bar and challenge readers when it comes to the themes of survival and desperation, I...

    Getting a little scarier... ...

    Such an excellent series so far! ...

    3.5/5 ...

    And so Miki joins the School Life Club! I have to say I wasn't all too amused with Miki and how she acted. I get that what Yuki does isn't the best idea, but to act this shitty to someone? No. Just no. These people saved you, and instead of respecting that some people just process ...

    Most of this volume of School-Live! is devoted to a character study of Miki, and how she struggles to fit in with the rest of the girls. It's quite an interesting duality, because on one hand she does come across as a voice of reason, while on the other she is very much an outsider to ...

    4/5 Stars This has been my favourite volume so far! I really enjoyed the dynamic of Kei and Yuki's relationship and how it fluctuated. While I did feel bad for Yuki and how Kei was approaching the situation, it made the plot much more real. These three friends have been living th...

    The School-Live! series of books is well worth reading. Spoiler Alert: At this point in the series you know it's about Zombies. It's a very unique take on the Zombie Apocalypse theme. School aged children in Japan, surviving on their own inside a school that was built to be a safe hav...

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  • Julia
    Aug 19, 2016

    Volume 1 to Volume 3 My friends strongly recommended this anime to me. At first, I was reluctant to watch it because of my fear of the zombies. But, because they strongly recommended it, I started reading the manga first. This manga has the elements of mystery, maturity and psychol...

    Siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiigh.... just like many horror movies or action movies or whatever, it always has to be my favorite character. ...

    The addition of a new survivor shakes up the established dynamic of the three friends. I like the questions the new girl - Miki - raises about Yuki's "insanity". Is it real, or is she putting on an act for everyone else's benefit? ...

    Miki-san / Mii-kun is my favorite character at the moment. She's a down to earth, honest girl, and I love her! She's pretty relatable... no I think all of the character's are easy to relate to anyway. T0 be honest though, this story isn't really getting any more interesting. It's prett...

    Goodness! I really did not expect this series to grip me emotionally as much as it does! So good! Such atmosphere! But... I had to take away a star because, although the writer and manga-ka do push the bar and challenge readers when it comes to the themes of survival and desperation, I...

    Getting a little scarier... ...

    Such an excellent series so far! ...

    3.5/5 ...

    And so Miki joins the School Life Club! I have to say I wasn't all too amused with Miki and how she acted. I get that what Yuki does isn't the best idea, but to act this shitty to someone? No. Just no. These people saved you, and instead of respecting that some people just process ...

    Most of this volume of School-Live! is devoted to a character study of Miki, and how she struggles to fit in with the rest of the girls. It's quite an interesting duality, because on one hand she does come across as a voice of reason, while on the other she is very much an outsider to ...

    4/5 Stars This has been my favourite volume so far! I really enjoyed the dynamic of Kei and Yuki's relationship and how it fluctuated. While I did feel bad for Yuki and how Kei was approaching the situation, it made the plot much more real. These three friends have been living th...

    The School-Live! series of books is well worth reading. Spoiler Alert: At this point in the series you know it's about Zombies. It's a very unique take on the Zombie Apocalypse theme. School aged children in Japan, surviving on their own inside a school that was built to be a safe hav...

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  • MeguTezu
    Sep 16, 2017

    Volume 1 to Volume 3 My friends strongly recommended this anime to me. At first, I was reluctant to watch it because of my fear of the zombies. But, because they strongly recommended it, I started reading the manga first. This manga has the elements of mystery, maturity and psychol...

  • Matteo
    Dec 09, 2016

    Volume 1 to Volume 3 My friends strongly recommended this anime to me. At first, I was reluctant to watch it because of my fear of the zombies. But, because they strongly recommended it, I started reading the manga first. This manga has the elements of mystery, maturity and psychol...

    Siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiigh.... just like many horror movies or action movies or whatever, it always has to be my favorite character. ...

    The addition of a new survivor shakes up the established dynamic of the three friends. I like the questions the new girl - Miki - raises about Yuki's "insanity". Is it real, or is she putting on an act for everyone else's benefit? ...

    Miki-san / Mii-kun is my favorite character at the moment. She's a down to earth, honest girl, and I love her! She's pretty relatable... no I think all of the character's are easy to relate to anyway. T0 be honest though, this story isn't really getting any more interesting. It's prett...

    Goodness! I really did not expect this series to grip me emotionally as much as it does! So good! Such atmosphere! But... I had to take away a star because, although the writer and manga-ka do push the bar and challenge readers when it comes to the themes of survival and desperation, I...

    Getting a little scarier... ...

    Such an excellent series so far! ...

    3.5/5 ...

    And so Miki joins the School Life Club! I have to say I wasn't all too amused with Miki and how she acted. I get that what Yuki does isn't the best idea, but to act this shitty to someone? No. Just no. These people saved you, and instead of respecting that some people just process ...

    Most of this volume of School-Live! is devoted to a character study of Miki, and how she struggles to fit in with the rest of the girls. It's quite an interesting duality, because on one hand she does come across as a voice of reason, while on the other she is very much an outsider to ...

    4/5 Stars This has been my favourite volume so far! I really enjoyed the dynamic of Kei and Yuki's relationship and how it fluctuated. While I did feel bad for Yuki and how Kei was approaching the situation, it made the plot much more real. These three friends have been living th...

    The School-Live! series of books is well worth reading. Spoiler Alert: At this point in the series you know it's about Zombies. It's a very unique take on the Zombie Apocalypse theme. School aged children in Japan, surviving on their own inside a school that was built to be a safe hav...

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  • Sergey Nikolaev
    Mar 17, 2018

    Volume 1 to Volume 3 My friends strongly recommended this anime to me. At first, I was reluctant to watch it because of my fear of the zombies. But, because they strongly recommended it, I started reading the manga first. This manga has the elements of mystery, maturity and psychol...

    Siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiigh.... just like many horror movies or action movies or whatever, it always has to be my favorite character. ...

    The addition of a new survivor shakes up the established dynamic of the three friends. I like the questions the new girl - Miki - raises about Yuki's "insanity". Is it real, or is she putting on an act for everyone else's benefit? ...

    Miki-san / Mii-kun is my favorite character at the moment. She's a down to earth, honest girl, and I love her! She's pretty relatable... no I think all of the character's are easy to relate to anyway. T0 be honest though, this story isn't really getting any more interesting. It's prett...

    Goodness! I really did not expect this series to grip me emotionally as much as it does! So good! Such atmosphere! But... I had to take away a star because, although the writer and manga-ka do push the bar and challenge readers when it comes to the themes of survival and desperation, I...

    Getting a little scarier... ...

    Such an excellent series so far! ...

    3.5/5 ...

    And so Miki joins the School Life Club! I have to say I wasn't all too amused with Miki and how she acted. I get that what Yuki does isn't the best idea, but to act this shitty to someone? No. Just no. These people saved you, and instead of respecting that some people just process ...

    Most of this volume of School-Live! is devoted to a character study of Miki, and how she struggles to fit in with the rest of the girls. It's quite an interesting duality, because on one hand she does come across as a voice of reason, while on the other she is very much an outsider to ...

    4/5 Stars This has been my favourite volume so far! I really enjoyed the dynamic of Kei and Yuki's relationship and how it fluctuated. While I did feel bad for Yuki and how Kei was approaching the situation, it made the plot much more real. These three friends have been living th...

    The School-Live! series of books is well worth reading. Spoiler Alert: At this point in the series you know it's about Zombies. It's a very unique take on the Zombie Apocalypse theme. School aged children in Japan, surviving on their own inside a school that was built to be a safe hav...

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  • Isabelle Ma
    Dec 12, 2017

    Volume 1 to Volume 3 My friends strongly recommended this anime to me. At first, I was reluctant to watch it because of my fear of the zombies. But, because they strongly recommended it, I started reading the manga first. This manga has the elements of mystery, maturity and psychol...

    Siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiigh.... just like many horror movies or action movies or whatever, it always has to be my favorite character. ...

    The addition of a new survivor shakes up the established dynamic of the three friends. I like the questions the new girl - Miki - raises about Yuki's "insanity". Is it real, or is she putting on an act for everyone else's benefit? ...

    Miki-san / Mii-kun is my favorite character at the moment. She's a down to earth, honest girl, and I love her! She's pretty relatable... no I think all of the character's are easy to relate to anyway. T0 be honest though, this story isn't really getting any more interesting. It's prett...

  • CrumbleMcLumble
    Jun 07, 2018

    Volume 1 to Volume 3 My friends strongly recommended this anime to me. At first, I was reluctant to watch it because of my fear of the zombies. But, because they strongly recommended it, I started reading the manga first. This manga has the elements of mystery, maturity and psychol...

    Siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiigh.... just like many horror movies or action movies or whatever, it always has to be my favorite character. ...

    The addition of a new survivor shakes up the established dynamic of the three friends. I like the questions the new girl - Miki - raises about Yuki's "insanity". Is it real, or is she putting on an act for everyone else's benefit? ...

    Miki-san / Mii-kun is my favorite character at the moment. She's a down to earth, honest girl, and I love her! She's pretty relatable... no I think all of the character's are easy to relate to anyway. T0 be honest though, this story isn't really getting any more interesting. It's prett...

    Goodness! I really did not expect this series to grip me emotionally as much as it does! So good! Such atmosphere! But... I had to take away a star because, although the writer and manga-ka do push the bar and challenge readers when it comes to the themes of survival and desperation, I...

    Getting a little scarier... ...

    Such an excellent series so far! ...

    3.5/5 ...

    And so Miki joins the School Life Club! I have to say I wasn't all too amused with Miki and how she acted. I get that what Yuki does isn't the best idea, but to act this shitty to someone? No. Just no. These people saved you, and instead of respecting that some people just process ...

    Most of this volume of School-Live! is devoted to a character study of Miki, and how she struggles to fit in with the rest of the girls. It's quite an interesting duality, because on one hand she does come across as a voice of reason, while on the other she is very much an outsider to ...

    4/5 Stars This has been my favourite volume so far! I really enjoyed the dynamic of Kei and Yuki's relationship and how it fluctuated. While I did feel bad for Yuki and how Kei was approaching the situation, it made the plot much more real. These three friends have been living th...

    The School-Live! series of books is well worth reading. Spoiler Alert: At this point in the series you know it's about Zombies. It's a very unique take on the Zombie Apocalypse theme. School aged children in Japan, surviving on their own inside a school that was built to be a safe hav...

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  • Morrigani
    Mar 31, 2018

    Volume 1 to Volume 3 My friends strongly recommended this anime to me. At first, I was reluctant to watch it because of my fear of the zombies. But, because they strongly recommended it, I started reading the manga first. This manga has the elements of mystery, maturity and psychol...

    Siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiigh.... just like many horror movies or action movies or whatever, it always has to be my favorite character. ...

    The addition of a new survivor shakes up the established dynamic of the three friends. I like the questions the new girl - Miki - raises about Yuki's "insanity". Is it real, or is she putting on an act for everyone else's benefit? ...

    Miki-san / Mii-kun is my favorite character at the moment. She's a down to earth, honest girl, and I love her! She's pretty relatable... no I think all of the character's are easy to relate to anyway. T0 be honest though, this story isn't really getting any more interesting. It's prett...

    Goodness! I really did not expect this series to grip me emotionally as much as it does! So good! Such atmosphere! But... I had to take away a star because, although the writer and manga-ka do push the bar and challenge readers when it comes to the themes of survival and desperation, I...

    Getting a little scarier... ...

    Such an excellent series so far! ...

    3.5/5 ...

    And so Miki joins the School Life Club! I have to say I wasn't all too amused with Miki and how she acted. I get that what Yuki does isn't the best idea, but to act this shitty to someone? No. Just no. These people saved you, and instead of respecting that some people just process ...

    Most of this volume of School-Live! is devoted to a character study of Miki, and how she struggles to fit in with the rest of the girls. It's quite an interesting duality, because on one hand she does come across as a voice of reason, while on the other she is very much an outsider to ...

    4/5 Stars This has been my favourite volume so far! I really enjoyed the dynamic of Kei and Yuki's relationship and how it fluctuated. While I did feel bad for Yuki and how Kei was approaching the situation, it made the plot much more real. These three friends have been living th...

    The School-Live! series of books is well worth reading. Spoiler Alert: At this point in the series you know it's about Zombies. It's a very unique take on the Zombie Apocalypse theme. School aged children in Japan, surviving on their own inside a school that was built to be a safe hav...

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  • Miranda
    Feb 23, 2019

    Volume 1 to Volume 3 My friends strongly recommended this anime to me. At first, I was reluctant to watch it because of my fear of the zombies. But, because they strongly recommended it, I started reading the manga first. This manga has the elements of mystery, maturity and psychol...

    Siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiigh.... just like many horror movies or action movies or whatever, it always has to be my favorite character. ...

    The addition of a new survivor shakes up the established dynamic of the three friends. I like the questions the new girl - Miki - raises about Yuki's "insanity". Is it real, or is she putting on an act for everyone else's benefit? ...

    Miki-san / Mii-kun is my favorite character at the moment. She's a down to earth, honest girl, and I love her! She's pretty relatable... no I think all of the character's are easy to relate to anyway. T0 be honest though, this story isn't really getting any more interesting. It's prett...

    Goodness! I really did not expect this series to grip me emotionally as much as it does! So good! Such atmosphere! But... I had to take away a star because, although the writer and manga-ka do push the bar and challenge readers when it comes to the themes of survival and desperation, I...

    Getting a little scarier... ...

    Such an excellent series so far! ...

    3.5/5 ...

    And so Miki joins the School Life Club! I have to say I wasn't all too amused with Miki and how she acted. I get that what Yuki does isn't the best idea, but to act this shitty to someone? No. Just no. These people saved you, and instead of respecting that some people just process ...

    Most of this volume of School-Live! is devoted to a character study of Miki, and how she struggles to fit in with the rest of the girls. It's quite an interesting duality, because on one hand she does come across as a voice of reason, while on the other she is very much an outsider to ...

    4/5 Stars This has been my favourite volume so far! I really enjoyed the dynamic of Kei and Yuki's relationship and how it fluctuated. While I did feel bad for Yuki and how Kei was approaching the situation, it made the plot much more real. These three friends have been living th...

  • Mercedez
    Jun 15, 2019

    Volume 1 to Volume 3 My friends strongly recommended this anime to me. At first, I was reluctant to watch it because of my fear of the zombies. But, because they strongly recommended it, I started reading the manga first. This manga has the elements of mystery, maturity and psychol...

    Siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiigh.... just like many horror movies or action movies or whatever, it always has to be my favorite character. ...

    The addition of a new survivor shakes up the established dynamic of the three friends. I like the questions the new girl - Miki - raises about Yuki's "insanity". Is it real, or is she putting on an act for everyone else's benefit? ...

    Miki-san / Mii-kun is my favorite character at the moment. She's a down to earth, honest girl, and I love her! She's pretty relatable... no I think all of the character's are easy to relate to anyway. T0 be honest though, this story isn't really getting any more interesting. It's prett...

    Goodness! I really did not expect this series to grip me emotionally as much as it does! So good! Such atmosphere! But... I had to take away a star because, although the writer and manga-ka do push the bar and challenge readers when it comes to the themes of survival and desperation, I...

    Getting a little scarier... ...

    Such an excellent series so far! ...

    3.5/5 ...

    And so Miki joins the School Life Club! I have to say I wasn't all too amused with Miki and how she acted. I get that what Yuki does isn't the best idea, but to act this shitty to someone? No. Just no. These people saved you, and instead of respecting that some people just process ...

    Most of this volume of School-Live! is devoted to a character study of Miki, and how she struggles to fit in with the rest of the girls. It's quite an interesting duality, because on one hand she does come across as a voice of reason, while on the other she is very much an outsider to ...

    4/5 Stars This has been my favourite volume so far! I really enjoyed the dynamic of Kei and Yuki's relationship and how it fluctuated. While I did feel bad for Yuki and how Kei was approaching the situation, it made the plot much more real. These three friends have been living th...

    The School-Live! series of books is well worth reading. Spoiler Alert: At this point in the series you know it's about Zombies. It's a very unique take on the Zombie Apocalypse theme. School aged children in Japan, surviving on their own inside a school that was built to be a safe hav...

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  • Laulita18
    Feb 01, 2019

    Volume 1 to Volume 3 My friends strongly recommended this anime to me. At first, I was reluctant to watch it because of my fear of the zombies. But, because they strongly recommended it, I started reading the manga first. This manga has the elements of mystery, maturity and psychol...

    Siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiigh.... just like many horror movies or action movies or whatever, it always has to be my favorite character. ...

    The addition of a new survivor shakes up the established dynamic of the three friends. I like the questions the new girl - Miki - raises about Yuki's "insanity". Is it real, or is she putting on an act for everyone else's benefit? ...

    Miki-san / Mii-kun is my favorite character at the moment. She's a down to earth, honest girl, and I love her! She's pretty relatable... no I think all of the character's are easy to relate to anyway. T0 be honest though, this story isn't really getting any more interesting. It's prett...

    Goodness! I really did not expect this series to grip me emotionally as much as it does! So good! Such atmosphere! But... I had to take away a star because, although the writer and manga-ka do push the bar and challenge readers when it comes to the themes of survival and desperation, I...

    Getting a little scarier... ...

    Such an excellent series so far! ...

    3.5/5 ...

    And so Miki joins the School Life Club! I have to say I wasn't all too amused with Miki and how she acted. I get that what Yuki does isn't the best idea, but to act this shitty to someone? No. Just no. These people saved you, and instead of respecting that some people just process ...

    Most of this volume of School-Live! is devoted to a character study of Miki, and how she struggles to fit in with the rest of the girls. It's quite an interesting duality, because on one hand she does come across as a voice of reason, while on the other she is very much an outsider to ...

    4/5 Stars This has been my favourite volume so far! I really enjoyed the dynamic of Kei and Yuki's relationship and how it fluctuated. While I did feel bad for Yuki and how Kei was approaching the situation, it made the plot much more real. These three friends have been living th...

    The School-Live! series of books is well worth reading. Spoiler Alert: At this point in the series you know it's about Zombies. It's a very unique take on the Zombie Apocalypse theme. School aged children in Japan, surviving on their own inside a school that was built to be a safe hav...

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