Lisa's Reviews > Naruto, Vol. 28: Homecoming

Naruto, Vol. 28 by Masashi Kishimoto
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Mar 10, 2008

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Read in March, 2008

This is the first Naruto I've read. It starts two years from the vol. 27, and so it begins a new story arc. Naruto is now older and more mature in both his personality and his powers. He's developing a romance with fellow ninja Sakura, which I found to be the most interesting part of the book. The ninja stuff I found confusing, as well as the changing alliances among his ninja crew. I found it hard to tell the characters apart as well. this didn't grab me, though it's probably because it's not a genre (action) I enjoy. I prefer the spazzy, funny shojo manga.

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message 1: by Rakisha (new)

Rakisha I'm wondering why the teens love it so much. Is it because it is also a tv show?

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