- Series: Haikyu!! (Book 7)
- Paperback: 192 pages
- Publisher: VIZ Media LLC (January 3, 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 9781421590622
- ISBN-13: 978-1421590622
- ASIN: 142159062X
- Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.9 x 7.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 7 customer reviews
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About the Author
Haruichi Furudate began his manga career when he was 25 years old with the one-shot Ousama Kid (King Kid), which won an honorable mention for the 14th Jump Treasure Newcomer Manga Prize. His first series, Kiben Gakuha, Yotsuya Sensei no Kaidan (Philosophy School, Yotsuya Sensei’s Ghost Stories), was serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump in 2010. In 2012, he began serializing Haikyu!! in Weekly Shonen Jump, where it became his most popular work to date.
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I took a little break since reading the previous volume, so I had to get back into the mood for volleyball. Since I'm also not a sports person, it took about half a volume for the excitement to kick back in.
We're still in the fight with Blue Castle, and it's intense. We end the first round and then the second round, and of course we're halfway through the third round when the volume ends. Though, I was getting so worked up at the end of the second round, that for a moment I forgot that it wasn't the end.
I love seeing all of the character development and relationship progress amidst the games. All of the Karasuno players are rather new and are still getting to know each other. It's nice seeing them come together to win, come to understandings and decide to move past problems. Especially Kageyama, who has to figure out how to play with all of his teammates that are not Hinata.
We also get to know each team they're fighting. We got some insight in the competition between Kageyama and Oikawa. It was also refreshing to see Oikawa's teammates giving him a hard time, and their acknowledging his fakeness. It was interesting to see how he got where he is now, though.
I'm hooked, yet again. I really can't wait to see how this game ends.
[More of my reviews are available on my blog, Geeky Reading, to which there's a link on my profile.]
The volume was also great for showing the growth of the egotistical tyrant Kageyama into a more open and willing to listen King. His social skills could be worked on but I like some of his changes. It was also funny especially his continued actions with handling the pair of Middle Blockers Tsukishima and Hinata in their own special ways.
Excellent volume with good sketches and data features included.