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Language: English
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v The author of the book: Sui Ishida
Edition: J-Pop Romanzi
Date of issue: January 2017
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Compared to the first Tokyo Ghoul light-novel-spin-off-short-story-collection, Void was… Boring. All of the stories were all pretty consistently mellow. There were parts of different stories that had action, but it was definitely an overall low-key collection. This doesn’t necessarily have to be a bad thing, but I did find myself enjoying this book less than I enjoyed the first one.

The first story is told from Kotaro Amon’s perspective, and I was really excited to read a story about him and the CCG. Sadly it ended up not really being much of a compelling read due to it being quite slow. This was the longest story of the collection, but I feel like it could have been condensed to move the story along faster. Though I do understand if it was written in this way on purpose in order to create tension or suspense, since I'm pretty sure this story was meant to read as some type of mystery thriller. If that is indeed the case, it didn’t really work out for me because I never really felt any tension or suspense. However, this story did work well to set up the backbone of what most of the other stories in the collection were about. I really love the way the stories intertwine with each other.

The timeline is usually pretty easy to figure out as it is said clearly that these stories are set after the attack on Aogiri Tree and the great ghoul escape at the jail which happened at the end of volume eight. (Eight or nine? One of them…) Except the timeline in the second story was confusing as hell. I got a lot of questions about the timeline in this story, as there seem to be some inconsistencies with the timelines in the other stories that don’t add up.

(view spoiler)[So, we meet the old lady and she’s been chilling in her house. The young ghoul starts to chill with her in her house everyday, so we know she’s not leaving. Then the old lady gets informed that her old lover is sick, so they all go to the eighth ward to visit him. This must be the first time the old lady goes, since we have seen that she doesn’t leave her ward for all this time. But then, they return home and the old lady gets shanked! This doesn’t make any sense because in the first story we saw the old lady with the other lady ghoul many times, yet we didn’t see them meet ONCE in this second story! So what the hell??? Did they do some time skip or something, where they visited the eighth ward more than once? And if they did then where was the young ghoul, because she always followed the old lady everywhere? So confused about this. (hide spoiler)]

The last story in each of these collections seem to be more for comic relief than anything actually useful. Sui Ishida and his strange sense of humor in the midst of this horror series.

This is all quite negative so far, especially for a four-star review. Despite some bumps and some slow-moving stories, it was still relatively enjoyable overall, and it still had the spark which makes these books so worthwhile in my opinion.

The best part about these Tokyo Ghoul spin-off stories are how they feel so connected to the main story. It doesn't feel at all like just reading a random fan fiction. Instead it feels like we're getting a special behind-the-scenes insider's look into the world and characters that we otherwise wouldn't be able to get from just reading the manga. It feels like an actual extension of the series, and like we're getting sneak-peeks into what's to come. It's awesome. And this was absolutely enough to keep this book at a high rating.

I read some reviews about people complaining about the violence in the first book, so, well, this second book is the right one for you then, lol. Though I don’t know what you’re be doing reading this series if you don’t like violence.


Click to read all of my Tokyo Ghoul Reviews :
Volumes: 1 ★ 2 ★ 3 ★ 4 ★ 5 ★ 6 ★ 7 ★ 8 ★ 9 ★ 10
Light Novels: Days, Void
Other: One-shot, School of Ghoul


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Ebook Tokio Ghoul Void read Online! Also known as 石田スイ.

Sui Ishida (石田 スイ, Ishida Sui), born December 28, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan, is a Japanese manga artist
In 2010 he won the Young Jump 113th Grand Prix award with Tokyo Ghoul (東京喰種, Tōkyō Kushu). In March 2011, the same oneshot was published in the 2nd Issue of Miracle Jump. And later in September 2011, Tokyo Ghoul started as a series in Weekly Young Jump 2011-41 Issue. In December 2011, he made another oneshot about Rize that was published in December 2011 in Miracle Jump 6th Issue, which was later collected in the 6th volume of Tokyo Ghoul.
In 2013, he also started Tokyo Ghoul: Jack in the digital magazine Jump LIVE.

Sui Ishida is his penname; nobody knows his real name or what he looks like.


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