- File Size: 131459 KB
- Print Length: 192 pages
- Publisher: VIZ Media: SHONEN JUMP (April 3, 2018)
- Publication Date: April 3, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B079SW241K
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Story: When two of the children go exploring and find a hidden room full of toys from children who were supposedly adopted, they know for sure that the orphanage is a sham and confront the other kids. At the same time, one of the younger kids recognizes that book plates in the front of their books have circles that are written in morse code - all belonging to a 'William Minerva'. The code further confirms to everyone that they are indeed being raised as food for the 'demons'. They plot out an escape but Mom and Sister Krone are hot on their heels. As Sister Krone and Mom try to outwit each other to be the head of the orphanage, the kids put their plan into motion to escape.
The story moves along nicely here, with some great twists and turns, especially in the Mom vs Sister Krone political machinations. Sister Krone is only too happy to use the kids to betray Mom to Grandmother and replace her; the kids know that they are expendable once that happens. Ray, meanwhile, learns that he has two weeks left before he is 'adopted.'
Most of the book focuses away from our three main characters and instead on several of the side characters. By the end, things blow up and volume four looks to be quite exciting. The art and the story greatly reminds me of Deadman Wonderland, just not quite as violent or bloody and much more cerebral. The kids vs. Mom and Mom vs. Krone battles are quite fun and surprising at the same time as they attempt to outwit each other. The dance of motives is what makes this an excellent read. Reviewed from an advance reader copy provided by the publisher.