Cover image for Kaguya-sama. 5 : love is war / story & art by Aka Akasaka ; translation, Emi Louie-Nishikawa ; English adaptation, Annette Roman ; touch-up art and lettering, Stephen Dutro.
Title:
Kaguya-sama. 5 : love is war / story & art by Aka Akasaka ; translation, Emi Louie-Nishikawa ; English adaptation, Annette Roman ; touch-up art and lettering, Stephen Dutro.
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Title Variants:
Love is war.
ISBN:
9781974700509
Edition:
Shonen Jump manga edition.
Publication Information:
San Francisco, CA : VIZ Media, LLC, [2018]
Physical Description:
196 pages : chiefly illustrations ; 19 cm
General Note:
"First published in Japan in 2015 by SHUEISHA Inc., Tokyo."--Colophon.

Reads from right to left.
Abstract:
"Will Kaguya and Miyuki find a way to see each other sooner rather than later over summer vacation? And is tweeting really an effective way to communicate with your crush? Then, Kaguya's overprotective staff try to prevent her from going to the fireworks festival with the rest of the student council. Miyuki and Kaguya both try to find a way to enroll in the same elective class. And someone tries to celebrate someone else's birthday with style!?"--Back cover.
Audience/Reading Level:
Rated T, Teen.
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Summary

Summary

Two high school geniuses scheme to get the other to confess their love first.

Two geniuses. Two brains. Two hearts. One battle. Who will confess their love first...?!

Will Kaguya and Miyuki find a way to see each other sooner rather than later over summer vacation? And is tweeting really an effective way to communicate with your crush? Then, Kaguya's overprotective staff try to prevent her from going to the fireworks festival with the rest of the student council. Miyuki and Kaguya both try to find a way to enroll in the same elective class. And someone tries to celebrate someone else's birthday with style!


Author Notes

Aka Akasaka got his start as an assistant to Jinsei Kataoka and Kazuma Kondou, the creators of Deadman Wonderland. His first serialized manga was an adaptation of the light novel series Sayonara Piano Sonata, published by Kadokawa in 2011. Kaguya-sama: Love Is War began serialization in Miracle Jump in 2015 but was later moved to Weekly Young Jump in 2016 due to its popularity.