Reading Level: Older Teen
Genre: Graphic Novel/Post-Apocalyptic
Length: 192 pages
Publisher: Kodansha Comics
Release Date: September 24, 2013
Stand Alone or Series: 7th book in the Attack on Titan series
Rating: 4/5 stars
“The Survey Corps sets a cunning trap to capture the mysterious Abnormal Titan that broke through their ranks. As Arwin tries to determine the grotesque creature’s identity and purpose, scouts report Titans closing in on all sides! But they don’t seem to be after the humans – instead they’re targeting the Titan!”
This book continues right where the last left off. The Survey Corps have laid a trap for the large woman Titan. As things start to go array Eren takes matters into his own hands and decides to take his own Titan form to help out the Survey Corps.
This installment had a lot of action but not a lot of story development. Some new mysteries are revealed to the reader, but there really aren’t any answers. The characters are too busy fighting for there to be much story or dialogue.
It ended up being a good installment but wasn’t my favorite of the series so far. The illustration was still very good and the action scenes are well drawn and easy to follow.
Overall this was a good addition to the Attack on Titan series. I look forward to reading the next book in the series.
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