アリサ

 アリサ THE SECRET OF KING TIME REVEALED Tsubasa S Beloved Twin Sister Arisa Is Awake But Wants Her Eliminated By The King Reeling From Arisa S Betrayal, Tsubasa Falls Right Into A Trap Set By King Midori The Clocks Tick As Tsubasa Awaits Her Demise Will This Be Her Final King Time Oh my gosh Did something actually happen in this series With it ending in just two volumes, I knew we d eventually get answers, and finally, we get answers.This series doesn t make a lot of sense My constant complaints that no one has contacted authorities to investigate mysterious accidents and deaths
Uhm no est mal pero ha bajado un poco el ritmo esto More backstory is good The characters are complicated, but Midori is soooo messed up Midori arranges for Tsubasa view spoiler to be killed by an explosion in Rei s house, but Rei saves Tsubasa because they both care for Arisa, and he wants Arisa to be saved Arisa sneaks into the hospital to see Rei and Akira my notes are confusing Tsubasa finally learns about what happened between Arisa and Midori Arisa was the King, at first, but got depressed because everyone had started complaining that the King only granted easy wishes She couldn t bring herself to grant a wish with a stolen test answer sheet, so Midori took care of this wish in her place Then, when she was sad that her mom had chosen to go on a trip on her birthday instead of staying with her, Midori push
Midori reveals that he is the one who has been the King and he is the one who has taken drastic measures in order to try to unit class 2B his class Tsubasa is awakened and shaken by the sad truth and is tied next to a bomb which will destruct at a press of a button Midori shames Tsubasa for falling for her sister s boyfriend and making Arisa unhappy Although Arisa tries to fight back, Midori leaves her locked in a room after confessing all of his terrible misdeeds Kudou, a classmate and ally of Arisa, stumbles in to help release Tsubasa and believes that she is the only one who can protect Arisa Tsubasa runs away with Kuduo and was able to escape the bomb Tsubasa tries to return to her own life and tries to leave Arisa alone because she believes that it was the best thing to do for her sister s sake She tried not to become involved any because she believed that Arisa wanted to be with Midori Manabe, on the other hand, felt that there was something much deeper going on with Midori and so he invites Tsubasa to continue to investigate the situation Tsubasa finds that Midori was raised in an orphanage until recently and from a nun, discovered that Midori witnessed the death of his own twin brother Midori s mother was an
No matter how fucked up or nonsensical you think a story is, it will always have a message to impart to its readers That message, however, is entirely dependent upon the receiver on what s he s going to make out of it Other times when the readers become so immersed on the negative side of the story, they fail to notice the redeeming factors it has to offer In Arisa s case I have gotten so absorbed on how twisted its characterization is but taking a step back and looking at the picture as a whole, I m glad to find the gems that I always look forward to in every single one of my reads Friendship, loyalty, trust and love It gets me everytime when a person who s lost in his own darkness gets to see the light because another person is there to make him feel compassion by showing faith, loyalty, dedication and love These are what Tsubasa h
Arisa is a multiple layered story with mystery elements, which are all coming together in these later volumes It would be pointless to start here go back to the beginning and proceed in order Since we are so close to the end of the series and it is a mystery at heart I will keep all discussion in this review general and it will have NO SPOILERS for any volumes Natsumi Ando has crafted a tense, layered battle between Tsubasa and The King over the course of ten volumes Here we get a lot of answers and background filled in as the stage is set for the next, and penultimate, installment of the main story Everything builds well and is internally consistent, although a number of things throughout the series strain credulity from a realistic point of view It didn t bother me though the escalating tension, interesting developments and characters and ample twists and surprises than made up for being a littl
Series Rating 3.5Stars first few volumes are 4 Stars I read this series in one sitting, which is quite telling in itself However I will say now that the story does lag a bit after a few volumes and loses something of the great set up it had at the beginning That said, the author Natsumi Ando is good at ending chapters volumes with cliff hangers So you get to the end of one book and immediately want to pick up the next one Case in point me The art is excellent and was part of the reason I decided to pick this
Oh my what a turn of events Kudou helped Tsubasa And that was it Midori and Arisa just wanted to be noticed by their mom So they strive hard to be the best There s nothing wrong with that Actually that s pretty good but some of their ways or well most of their ways were jus
It was really interesting to see Arisa s past in this volume and how King came to be as well as how her and Midori s relationship began It was also interesting to see how all the characters are developing and

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  • Paperback
  • 160 pages
  • アリサ
  • Natsumi Andō
  • English
  • 13 May 2019
  • 9781612622514