Friday, October 27, 2017

Manga Review: Queen's Quality, Volume 1, by Kyousuke Motomi

Rating (Out of 5): ~4
Publisher: Shojo Beat (VIZ Media)
Release Date: September 2017
Volumes: 4+
Spoilers?: Yes.
Volume: 2.

Goodreads Synopsis:

The adventures of mind Sweepers continue in this supernatural romance!
Fumi Nishioka lives with Kyutaro Horikita and his family of Sweepers, people who specialize in cleaning the minds of those overcome by negative energy and harmful spirits. Fumi has always displayed mysterious abilities, but will those powers be used for evil when she begins to truly awake as a Queen?
Fumi has never shown much romantic interest in Kyutaro, the quiet but formidable Sweeper who may be the only one who can keep Fumi's power under control. But when Kyutaro tells her that he'll never leave his side, she unexpectedly starts to fall for him!"


This volume starts fresh after the previous series' conclusion. Fumi is continuing to work for the sweepers, and trying to figure out and accept who she is. Kyutaro has decided that he's going to be there for her and help her and protect her, no matter what it takes.
We meet a new character in this volume who tests Fumi, and then later we see more of the enemies and what they're planning to do. We've learned that Fumi is the queen, and each side is trying to form her into what they want.
I will admit that the bad queen inside of Fumi can be awful in its violence; but I also have to admit that I love the intensity in her. She gets angry and intense—there's a complete change in her demeanor, and I kind of love it. I hope the good queen in her can be just as intense.
I also really like the romance in this series. Kyutaro and Fumi are so sweet together, and Kyutaro is so good to her. I'm hoping that we don't have to wait too long for him to be honest with her, especially since the consequences have pretty much happened already. I think it would be good for her.
This series is fun and intense. I'm excited to see what happens next in it.

A review copy was provided by the publisher, VIZ Media, for an honest review. Thank you so, so much!

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