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07-Ghost, Volume 03 (07-Ghost #3)

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While Teito tries to uncover the truth about the mysterious Bishop who raised him, Ayami's faithful follower, Kuroyuri, frames Frau for a crime so heinous it could mean Frau's execution. Can Teito rescue his friend in time or will a betrayal among the faithful lead to everyone's downfall?
Published 2005
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Teito and Hakuren Oak learn a little more about each other since they are forced to be roommates. Teito and Hakuren get into some trouble and Frau comes to their rescue. Besides Kors to worry about they now have to worry about a being known as the "Wars" and to make matters even more difficult Frau is framed for a crime that he didn't commit.

Overall this was an intense volume filled with a budding new friendship and a traitor within the church. While it is sometimes hard to follow the elements
I cried when I read this volume. However, the speech bubbles and actions scenes are often confusing and I know that people won't be able to get the full experience without fully paying attention (and even then it's tough to follow the dialogue). Again, my prior experience with the anime also ruined this book for me because I know everything involving this subplot because it's explained easier through animation (the drawings in the book are beautiful but often confusing with their action sequence ...more
man i enjoy this series, like there's all this love and friendship stuff to give me feelings and there's the confusing battles and worldbuilding to give me an intellectual challenge!

also everybody's cute which totally helps with the feelings, i will not lie

and yay hakuren! i thought he was going to be a jerk and instead, friendship after one volume! good going bro, you keep that up

and now i am going to explain the plot to myself as an exercise in 'do i even understand what is going on????'

so the
Nicola Mansfield
This is where the story really picks up! I found this volume to be fast paced and I got a handle on both the characters and the plot. Time is spent here also giving us some much needed background on various major characters which really pulled things together for me and I found myself enjoying the story to such an extent that I'm actually eager to read the next volume at this point. I still find the battle scenes a little confusing but they tend to be explained *after* they are completed. This b ...more
A big theme of this series is in so many forms--love for family, for friends, for children, for each other. Love causes all the events in the world to happen...whether those events lead to destruction or salvation. This is a good volume where we learn a little about the rowdy Bishop Frau--but I wonder, as he is one of the Seven Ghosts (Zehel), how did he HAVE a childhood? But it may be that the Ghosts get this world's church says that all human souls (not consumed by Kor) ...more
Nidah (SleepDreamWrite)
Well this is getting more and more good with each volume. A little intense at times. Pretty good volume.
Sophia Lockwood
I really loved the plot and characters in the story!
I found this manga really interesting, but i found that the anime which is based on the first 4 volumes has more detail than the manga.. I found this strange. Watching the anime caused me to want to read the manga again because the first time i had only read the first 5 volumes I think the others hadn't come out yet.

I won't go into details about the plot because i might confuse other readers, I believe it better for them to read it on their own. Believe me anyone who likes manga with comedy, dra
Ian Peck
Just keep the action coming, loved the story
Learned why Haruken joined the church, Frau is framed, and we meet Frau's mentor, Fest and Mikhail. Awesome volume.
I read a really good review on mangaupdates where the reviewer said: "I loved it.. when I could tell what was happening." And the same goes for me.

The fight scenes especially are horribly confusing, but you know, I don't mind that as long as I get all the other stuff. I am a sucker for stories that are all about love and friendship, and in that regard "07-Ghost" more than delivers. I'll definitely keep on reading this.
Storyline continues to be confusing, and for the most part, the characters aren't as interesting as promised in the first volume. I'm giving up on this series.
My favorite volume thus far!!
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Favorite color: Black
Favorite food: Plums
Favorite music: 80's western pop, Enya, Joe Hisaishi
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