Yona of the Dawn, Vol. 36
The story continues as Yona is trapped, forbidden to see the dragons and working beside Lord Su Won. But she is not as trapped as she wants everyone to believe. Yona is clearly Su Won’s cousin; she’s smarter than most people think she is and it shows greatly in this volume. The art, as always, is fabulous, with little quirks that make it cute and unique.
The characters continue to grow and change, which is especially noticeable in Yun and Yona. They are no longer the innocent kids who set out to help people. Even Hak has grown and so have the other dragons. Su Won is the only exception. He hasn’t changed. Instead, we’re shown glimpses into who he is and what made him do the things he’s done.
The past few volumes have greatly slowed the story down, giving readers time to process all the twists and turns the author continues to throw. Something tells me it’s the calm before the storm, where a war starts and possibly brings the end to the series. I’m sitting on the edge of my seat waiting to find out what happens.
|Page Count||200 pages|
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