Fairy Tail is a guild containing celestial wizards to fight in battles against other wizards who also have their different types of magic. What usually happens is the members are assigned different missions and they are expected to fight and gain victory in them. This is something that Natsu and his gang like doing most of the time but there are missions that can be more risky than others. This would be called an S-Class mission. Fighting in a mission like this can absolutely kill you in an instant and you would need consent from the executive master of the guild in order to participate in an S-Class mission. Will Natsu and his friends get consent first or just go on with the mission secretly?
I think this volume of Fairy Tail is pretty cool but ironic at the same time. In the story, when you are assigned a mission that involves violence and killing, you are in the risk of dying in general but in this one, it sounds a little more dangerous causing you to be more cautious on what you are doing. The characters have a really unique personality but at the same time, it can be inappropriate sometimes. Think of Gray. He's a strong fighter but one of his hobbies is to take his shirt off. I also like how Lucy may constantly get annoyed with Natsu's sidekick Happy either for being too smart or annoying. Some scenes of the manga gave me different types of feelings. One scene would make me laugh a lot or one scene would make me feel disgusted based on what the characters are doing. As in only for this particular volume, I would recommend this to an individual who is about eleven to twelve years of age since this is mainly about mild violence and a tiny bit of rude humor.
Reviewed by Hannah Rachel, Grade 10
Glendale Central Library