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The Promised Neverland, Vol. 4: I Want to Live Kindle Edition
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In fact, before too much longer you will find that nearly every chapter will end with a cliffhanger -- major or minor -- and you can't wait to turn the next page. As I have read ahead up to (at the moment) chapter 80, I can tell you that the events detailed in the first four volumes amount to just an introduction more or less. There is SO much more to look forward to!
TPN was the title that brought me back to reading manga. After I had put down my favorite manga for so long, I read a description of TPN and decided I wanted to try it. And after the first volume, I was hooked completely. Since you're reading this review, you've probably already read the first three volumes, so you know just how amazing TPN is. But it _only_ _gets_ _better_!
Story: Mom was clever and one step ahead of the kids; she broke Emma's leg to prevent an escape and then arranged to have Norman harvested in order to break Emma and Ray's emotional support. It all seems to have worked - Emma and Ray have given up and now each just wait for their next birthday and eventual harvest in despair. But not all is as it seems..
There is not a lot I can write in this review without giving huge plot spoilers. So suffice it to say that a lot happens here as both sides make plans and try to outwit each other. We learn a bit more about the outside and even get a date - 2045.
As always, it's fun to see the kids try to figure out how to outwit Mom - and then Mom energized by the challenge of the hyper intelligent children she has raised.
I am looking forward to Volume 5 especially now that so much has happened to change the course of the story. Reviewed from an advance reader copy provided by the publisher.