Monday, October 21, 2013

Manga Review: The Betrayal Knows My Name, Vol. 6 Paperback

I've finished reading "The Betrayal Knows My Name Vol. 6" by Hotaru Odagiri.

When Shuusei and Tooko drop off the radar while on a special mission to Kyoto, concern for their safety reaches a fever pitch at Twilight Hall. While preparing to rush to their rescue, Yuki and company are relieved to hear word that Tooko has been found. Still, with no word from Shuusei, a party heads to Kyoto to locate their ally. But while they're away, the suspicious deaths around the city are confirmed to be the work of the Duras. Will the remaining Zweilt be able to confront the enemy and save the innocent with their forces so severely depleted?

Product Details
Series: The Betrayal Knows My Name
Paperback: 144 pages
Publisher: Yen Press (September 24, 2013)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0316243116
ISBN-13: 978-0316243117

My Review:

This volume was very thin because it's just one volume instead of an Omnibus.  I really miss the thickness of the Omnibus version.  The illustrations are beautifully drawn and I love color the photos which are gorgeous (just check out the cover).

We learn more secrets about Yuki's past and the sad truth of his birth and what really happened to mother.  Now Yuki is not sure who he can really trust or what he has been told is actually true or not.


Thanks Hachette Book Group Canada and Yen Press for sending me this manga to review, greatly appreciated!

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