Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Review: Children of the Sea, Volume 3

7326756 Children of the Sea, Volume 3 by Daisuke Igarashi
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Ruka is traumatized when Sora disappears into the night sea right in front of her. But although she refuses to speak of the incident, the meteorite Sora made her swallow is not so silent. It whispers to her from inside her body, and with its guidance she leads Umi and Anglade into the open ocean in search of answers. Surrounded by the sea, Ruka starts to see glimpses of the past that help her understand how Umi, Sora, Jim and Anglade all came to be connected.

I didn't enjoy this one as much. It might be partly because I loved the art of the other two series I started today, but mostly I just didn't feel this one really helped the story much. It was slower than the others and was mostly pictures. Overall it was ok, I didn't love it, but I am interested to know what happens next. The art is unique, and pretty, but not the best.