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Miki Falls, Volume 3: Autumn PDF, ePub eBook Is their secret safe? It's autumn, and Miki Yoshida's life is finally settling into a routine. She and Hiro are spending all their time together, and Miki couldn't be happier. There's just one problem. Hiro's breaking all the rules to be with Miki, and the more time they spend together--and the more they fall for each other--the more there is at stake. With jealous Reika o Is their secret safe? It's autumn, and Miki Yoshida's life is finally settling into a routine. She and Hiro are spending all their time together, and Miki couldn't be happier. There's just one problem. Hiro's breaking all the rules to be with Miki, and the more time they spend together--and the more they fall for each other--the more there is at stake. With jealous Reika on the prowl, Miki knows they can't hide forever.

30 review for Miki Falls, Volume 3: Autumn

  1. 5 out of 5

    Maggie

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Once again, Hiro and Miki's love is put to the test. They flee away from the very people who want to separate them. It was a shock when I found out that Miki is a "nofinder," especially since Arna saw that she was, and Arna is never wrong. However, part of me says that somehow Arna will be wrong, and Miki will keep true love. I find the whole plot ironic--a person who is supposed to "preserve love" is not allowed to fall in love. I can't wait to see what the fourth book has install for me, and I Once again, Hiro and Miki's love is put to the test. They flee away from the very people who want to separate them. It was a shock when I found out that Miki is a "nofinder," especially since Arna saw that she was, and Arna is never wrong. However, part of me says that somehow Arna will be wrong, and Miki will keep true love. I find the whole plot ironic--a person who is supposed to "preserve love" is not allowed to fall in love. I can't wait to see what the fourth book has install for me, and I can't wait to see more of Hiro and Miki's relashionship. Rate: 97/100

  2. 4 out of 5

    Dayshana Dorsey

    Have you ever had to struggle just to be with your significant other, Miki and Hiro did. Miki Falls Volume 3 is a nonfiction book. Overall I think this book was okay. It could have been better if there weren't as many cliff hangers. This book is mainly about Miki and Hiro running away from their homes in Fukuyama and going to Hokkaido and going through huge obstacles to be together. By running away Hiro has put himself and Miki's life in danger. Throughout the whole book both Miki and Hiro are Have you ever had to struggle just to be with your significant other, Miki and Hiro did. Miki Falls Volume 3 is a nonfiction book. Overall I think this book was okay. It could have been better if there weren't as many cliff hangers. This book is mainly about Miki and Hiro running away from their homes in Fukuyama and going to Hokkaido and going through huge obstacles to be together. By running away Hiro has put himself and Miki's life in danger. Throughout the whole book both Miki and Hiro are trying to find a safe area to stay and make into a home. The type of conflict in this book is person vs. society. The theme in this book is to do whatever it takes to be happy. The author use words like "scared, afraid, and nervous".This tells me as the reader that the author wanted us to know that the characters Miki and Hiro were kind of second guess leaving their home. In the text it also said ,"I've thrown my whole life away for this." These lines also shows that there were sings of regret. My opinion on this book is that it was okay. One of the main reasons why it was just okay is because of all the cliff hangers. I'm not saying that I wouldn't recommend this this book to my friends but it wouldn't be the first on my list to recommend. In the book it says,"beautiful." This was the last sentence in the book. As the reader of this book you are given little information to even guess what could've happened next or after the story has ended. If I had to rate this book on a scale from one to five I would give it a two. I would give it a two because of all the cliff hangers. I would recommend this book to someone who likes to predict what could happen next when their reading. Miki and Hiro sure have a lot in store for them to stay together if they stay together.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Michael

    The concluding volumes of Crilley's four-book set. Miki and Hiro, a Deliverer - a person charged with the responsibility of maintaining the world's limited supply of love - have fallen in love, which is a strict no-no in the Deliverer code. Thus, in Autumn, they go on the run, spending most of the book living an idyllic life in the mountains of Japan. When the Deliverers continue their search, they elect to attempt escaping Japan, to get beyond the Deliverer's reach. Turns out, it's all a plot a The concluding volumes of Crilley's four-book set. Miki and Hiro, a Deliverer - a person charged with the responsibility of maintaining the world's limited supply of love - have fallen in love, which is a strict no-no in the Deliverer code. Thus, in Autumn, they go on the run, spending most of the book living an idyllic life in the mountains of Japan. When the Deliverers continue their search, they elect to attempt escaping Japan, to get beyond the Deliverer's reach. Turns out, it's all a plot and they're just pawns in it all, but Miki's resourcefulness and determination manage to overcome. It's a very engaging and moving story, and Crilley strikes a good balance of Miki's weaknesses against her inner strength. The art is terrific, though Crilley sometimes uses too many eyes-wide reaction shots. He does some great work in the backgrounds and extreme foregrounds. I love the blurring effect he puts on leaves blowing past the heroes in few scenes. It's definitely a very engaging and fun series.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Arnela

    The anatomy is a lot better in this one, especially in the hands, not perfect, but a lot has improved since the first volume. The main climax came at the beginning of this volume, setting up the rest of the books tension and drama, and driving all future actions taken by the characters. It gets a little scary a few times in this volume, very life threatening, but Hiro and Miki persist and persevere. But we still have a whole other volume to fill, and I am pretty sure we're gunna see a twist or ano The anatomy is a lot better in this one, especially in the hands, not perfect, but a lot has improved since the first volume. The main climax came at the beginning of this volume, setting up the rest of the books tension and drama, and driving all future actions taken by the characters. It gets a little scary a few times in this volume, very life threatening, but Hiro and Miki persist and persevere. But we still have a whole other volume to fill, and I am pretty sure we're gunna see a twist or another small climax before the end, that's usually how these types of stories go.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Creepy Sailor Potato

    This book is so good! Why does the series get better and better? I love it!!!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Lois

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I love it

  7. 5 out of 5

    Kaylabookworm22 L

    I love the uniqueness of this series!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Zach Spears

    Graphic

  9. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Wardrip

    Reviewed by Sarah Bean the Green Bean Teen Queen for TeensReadToo.com At the beginning of MIKI FALLS: AUTUMN, the third installment of the MIKI FALLS series, Miki and Hiro are together but they have to hide their relationship from Hiro's superiors. Hiro is a Deliverer, a guide of love, and being with Miki is against the rules. Hiro has returned from a meeting of the Deliverer Elders, where he has been warned by a sympathetic Elder to be careful about Miki. Although it doesn't appear they know abo Reviewed by Sarah Bean the Green Bean Teen Queen for TeensReadToo.com At the beginning of MIKI FALLS: AUTUMN, the third installment of the MIKI FALLS series, Miki and Hiro are together but they have to hide their relationship from Hiro's superiors. Hiro is a Deliverer, a guide of love, and being with Miki is against the rules. Hiro has returned from a meeting of the Deliverer Elders, where he has been warned by a sympathetic Elder to be careful about Miki. Although it doesn't appear they know about their relationship, they are being watched. When Reika appears and claims that Hiro is not doing what is right and threatens to turn the pair in, Miki and Hiro know trouble will soon follow. Hiro doesn't want to be without Miki, but by being with her he's going against everything the Deliverers believe. So Miki proposes an idea -- they should run away. The relationship between Miki and Hiro grows stronger in this volume and the art, as always, is fantastic. The reader is pulled into the drawings and you feel as though you are in Japan with Miki and Hiro. This volume also adds more suspense to the story. Each volume in this series has a great story, and after finishing you'll want to pick up MIKI FALLS: WINTER to see how it all ends. Highly recommended for fans of manga and romance.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Chikita Kodikal

    This review is applicable for books 1, 2, 3 and 4 of the Miki Falls series. *SPOILERS* To be honest, I was a bit disappointed with the last book in the series, Miki Falls: Winter. From the first till the third book in the series, I was hooked. I wanted to know more about the characters and how they develop as a result of the situations they are made to endure. Unfortunately, this book fell flat for me. There was little to no development of the main characters and no mention of the other characters This review is applicable for books 1, 2, 3 and 4 of the Miki Falls series. *SPOILERS* To be honest, I was a bit disappointed with the last book in the series, Miki Falls: Winter. From the first till the third book in the series, I was hooked. I wanted to know more about the characters and how they develop as a result of the situations they are made to endure. Unfortunately, this book fell flat for me. There was little to no development of the main characters and no mention of the other characters that were integral to the plot e.g. Akuzu, Reika etc. The way the series ended was also quite predictable, which made it all the more disenchanting. However, with that being said, Mark Crilley is an incredibly talented author. I absolutely loved the drawings and the easy-to-read format of all the books in the series. The whole concept of the story was unique and interesting: “Deliverer – a quasi-celestial being charged with saving love from extinction.” Although I wasn’t much of a fan of this book in particular, I would recommend this series to others. The way this book is interpreted definitely depends the reader.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Susan Bischoff

    This was such an enjoyable series. I got all 4 books and read them back to back. Buying manga isn't cheap, but these were totally worth it. I love the way the books read like novels, but still have all the expressive art that makes manga such a unique reading experience. The art is beautiful, and the story is an adventure. I think this is the perfect series to introduce someone to manga. Though it's set in Japan and has some very Japanese elements, it doesn't have some of the cultural things tha This was such an enjoyable series. I got all 4 books and read them back to back. Buying manga isn't cheap, but these were totally worth it. I love the way the books read like novels, but still have all the expressive art that makes manga such a unique reading experience. The art is beautiful, and the story is an adventure. I think this is the perfect series to introduce someone to manga. Though it's set in Japan and has some very Japanese elements, it doesn't have some of the cultural things that sometimes make manga seem "weird" to those who don't read it. It also reads left to right, and, like I said, reads a lot like a novel. So it's a great first step for dragging a friend into your manga obsession.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Sarai

    Product Description Is their secret safe? It's autumn, and Miki Yoshida's life is finally settling into a routine. She and Hiro are spending all their time together, and Miki couldn't be happier. There's just one problem. Hiro's breaking all the rules to be with Miki, and the more time they spend together — and the more they fall for each other — the more there is at stake. With jealous Reika on the prowl, Miki knows they can't hide forever. Terrific art and a great story. I enjoyed this as much a Product Description Is their secret safe? It's autumn, and Miki Yoshida's life is finally settling into a routine. She and Hiro are spending all their time together, and Miki couldn't be happier. There's just one problem. Hiro's breaking all the rules to be with Miki, and the more time they spend together — and the more they fall for each other — the more there is at stake. With jealous Reika on the prowl, Miki knows they can't hide forever. Terrific art and a great story. I enjoyed this as much as the first and second book. If you like romances, you'll like this.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Katie

    I cannot get over how stunning the artwork is in this series. It's taking me twice as long as it should to get through these because I keep finding myself stopping to study Mark Crilley's drawing style! I love it. It's a big part of why I will always be reading his work - I can't wait to see what unique and beautiful stories he comes up with next! The Miki Falls books were some of the first graphic novels I remember loving. Definitely worth checking out! Okay, continuing the Miki Falls marathon n I cannot get over how stunning the artwork is in this series. It's taking me twice as long as it should to get through these because I keep finding myself stopping to study Mark Crilley's drawing style! I love it. It's a big part of why I will always be reading his work - I can't wait to see what unique and beautiful stories he comes up with next! The Miki Falls books were some of the first graphic novels I remember loving. Definitely worth checking out! Okay, continuing the Miki Falls marathon now. Three down one to go!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Emily Argall

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I have to admit I didn't think that Miki Falls Autumn was the best in the series. First of all, simply because it is the "middle book" which always seems to be the least interesting in series, second because Mark Crilley seems to have conveniently forgotten important pieces of the story to make this a book work, like that Hiro doesn't need to eat or sleep. Overall this book was entertaining, but not my favorite.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Ashley Brooke

    I really wanted to like this series. I had heard very good things about it. However, I found all four graphic novels to be boring and had very little motivation to even finish the series. The animation is pretty 85% of the time. To me, it read like a storyboard, which I guess you could say is how graphic novels are supposed to come off. However, It took me away from the story, more so than when I have read manga in the past. Not my cup of tea.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Sally

    This is one series which is important to read in order. This is a love story with suspense. There is one problem after another. Did I already say how gorgeous the draftsmanship is? It is worth repeating, do not overlook the images. Take time to enjoy them. There a single images which cover a 2-page spread (little text) which take my breath away...

  17. 4 out of 5

    Chris

    more great art, for sure. the main characters in love are on the run. this one is less of the love drama as they have finally decided that's what they are going to do. they're is still some though and when it comes around, it's more annoying than anything. still, this third is better than the second. I will finish the series.

  18. 5 out of 5

    quinnster

    Having defied the rules Miki and Hiro must keep their love a secret from everyone to avoid punishment. Suddenly, they are forced to make decisions that neither is quite prepared for, but they know they must fight for their love. The story is fantastic, the characters so real despite the supernatural elements. I can't help but root for Hiro & Miki!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Gigi

    Miki and Hioro start spending more time with each other, even though Hiro is breaking the rules and could put his life on the line. The more time they spend the more they fall for one another. The story is okay but it is kind of becoming a bit cliche again. I was hoping for something a bit more different, but it's a nice romantic story.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Jamie

    I love the passion thats going on in the past two volumes that i just finished reading. Im dying to know what happens next with Miki and Hiro. Whats going to happen when the other Deliverer finds out about Miki and Hiro being together??

  21. 5 out of 5

    Joss

    August 2013: 3 Stars Well, the series seems to be getting a little better. I'm so glad that Yumi wasn't in this one- I don't like her character -.- at all. But anyway, Miki's character seems to be getting better, and Hiro's okay. Reika's improving too.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Dirt Poor Duchess

    This is my favorite Miki Falls out of the Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter series so far! Even better as it is actually almost the beginning of autumn as I read this!! Now to start on the final book of Winter!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Sandy D.

    In this volume of Crilley's graphic novel series, Miki and Hiro are on the run. More adventure-ish than previous volumes, with a good suspenseful ending. Good teen reading and I really appreciated Crilley's portrayal of rural Japan in this one.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Caroline

    Miki and Hiro must keep their budding relationship a secret from everyone, because if they're found out, major consequences will happen. Deliverers aren't supposed to fall in love. Will they get caught?

  25. 4 out of 5

    Tendril Zam

    this book takes on an interesting turn......though i would have liked the ending to be another thing. it is amazing how they land up in a cave and it is about to be winter and they are gonna have a hard time again as bad men are following them.hope that something good happens in the next book

  26. 4 out of 5

    Mursal

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. It was a really good touch to the series! I liked how Reika came in, but really, she spoiled everything! However, she helped them come back together in a way, and prove to themselves that they were brave enough to fight for their love! I liked it a lot!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Books on Stereo

    I read it 15 minutes so....... Of course, I loved it. One concern I have is how are miki's parents not involved. I can't explain that question without going into spoilers. Great, quick, and engaging read.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Jade

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. tommor i will finish it trust me and or i will finish it tonight no i will finish it tommor

  29. 5 out of 5

    Sadie Duran

    it's a need to read!!!! it's so awesome and cute :3

  30. 4 out of 5

    Princess

    Okay, this is officially my favorite volume out of this series! SO MUCH DRAMA, I love it :3

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