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I have no idea what, in this manga, prompted an average rating of 4.47/5 stars. No idea. It’s even higher than Death Note, Vol. 1: Boredom (which is the most read manga on GR) and Fairy Tail, Vol. 01 which, until it became too repetitive, used to be my F-A-V-O-R-I-T-E manga series. Because the characters and drawings and world-building are extraordinary.
Nonetheless, the world-building in this book too wasn’t bad either. But there were too many characters that appeared and then disappeared… no
Love love love love love.
It’s actually been quite some time since I first read this volume, and now that my public library has finally started buying the series (just in time for me to leave town – thanks, guys) I checked out the first seven on a whim.
I’d actually forgotten a lot about this volume. Somehow I got the idea that the Cornello/Liore plot was stretched over the entire volume, and that Youswell was in V. 2, and obviously that was wrong – and the train thing I’d forgotten entirely. It