Rating (Out of 5): ~4-4.5
Publisher: Kodansha Comics
Release Date: May 17, 2016
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Hiyori and her family are still dealing with the repercussions of the hospital disaster, and Yato is convinced Hiyori’s troubles are all his fault. He runs away, vowing never to see her again until he is a genuine god of happiness. Meanwhile, Bishamon is having fallout problems of her own…
Bishamon is trying to portray that everything is fine, but she’s floundering as one of her shinki is getting dangerously close to figuring out her real name. The God’s secret is starting to come to the surface, and it’s terrible. This also provokes Kazuma into using his friendship with Yukine to his advantage and find some information out. This, understandably, doesn’t go well with Yukine when he figures it out.
There’s a reprieve in the middle here where we meet Hiyori’s brother and grandmother, who have a surprising similarity with each other. Apparently her gift runs in the family. This is both fun, and a sweet moment between the family.
I just eat up every volume of this series, and I am loving it. Can’t wait for the next one, especially after that cliffhanger.