Reading Level: Older Teen
Genre: Graphic Novel/Post-Apocalyptic
Length: 208 pages
Publisher: Kodansha Comics
Release Date: August 27, 2013
Stand Alone or Series: 6th book in the Attack on Titan series
Rating: 4/5 stars
“On the way to Eren’s home, deep in Titan territory, the Survey Corps ranks are broken by a charge led by a female Titan! But this Abnormal is different – she kills not to eat but to protect herself, and she seems to be looking for someone. Armin comes to a shocking conclusion: She’s a human in a Titan’s body, just like Eren!”
In this volume the Survey Corps are trying to deal with the intelligent female Titan that they ran into in the last volume. We see more of what this Titan is capable off and also see a flashback to Eren’s time with the Survey Corps and how Eren and the rest of the Corps came to trust each other.
This volume was very fast-paced and intense. There is a lot of action and the illustration is well done and easy to follow.
I enjoyed the backstory about how Eren and the Survey Corps started working together.
Overall this is a good installment in the Attack on Titan series. I am eager to see where things go with the female Titan. I enjoy all the action in this series and all the little mysteries surrounding our characters. I would recommend to those who enjoy action-packed survival types of story with an element of fantasy in them.
This book goes towards the following reading challenges:
– Graphic Novel Reading Challenge
– Mount TBR Reading Challenge
– You Read How Many Books? Reading Challenge
– Flights of Fantasy Reading Challenge