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Yona of the Dawn, Vol. 7 Paperback – August 1, 2017
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Born on February 3 in Kumamoto Prefecture in Japan, Mizuho Kusanagi began her professional manga career with Yoiko no Kokoroe (The Rules of a Good Child) in 2003. Her other works include NG Life, which was serialized in Hana to Yume and The Hana to Yume magazines and published by Hakusensha in Japan. Yona of the Dawn was adapted into an anime in 2014.
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We end the pirate plot in this volume—they take down the slave-trafficking ships, Yona takes a stand, and then they all celebrate. Then they have to say goodbye, and it's a sad parting for all of them. After all of that commotion, we get a surprise visit from Suwon. I saw this in the anime, so I knew it was coming. I think it hit me harder in the manga, given Yona's reaction and her inner thoughts while hiding. But, I am rather confused by Suwon's reaction, and what his intentions are in the future. I'm just not sure about him. Though, at this point, I still don't think I like him, in general.
And then Yona and her five companions are off, in search of the last dragon. That will be left to the next volume, though, because this one ends with a little comedic reprieve. Yun finds a scale of the white dragon being sold as a love charm, and it causes quite hilarity and adorableness.
I'm glad that after this, we get mostly new stuff after the anime. I'm really looking forward to meeting the last dragon, and to see what happens after that. I love this series, and cannot wait for more.
(Wouldn't it be amazing if these were monthly releases?)
[More of my reviews are available on my blog, Geeky Reading, to which there's a link on my profile.]