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Umineko When They Cry, Episode 1: Legend of the Golden Witch, Vol. 2

by Ryukishi07

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In this volume the rest of the family is turned on each other and killed off. We also learn how the story continues spreading and what the police find at the mansion the next morning. Then we move onto the children and what happens after their deaths and the beginning of Battler's battle with Beatrice.

While the illustrator says this is supposed to make the reader wonder whether it's a mystery or a horror tale but to me it feels to me like a horror tale where the reader knows more about what's going on then the characters. The illustrator's thoughts on this kind of give me a meh feeling, like how can you not understand a title that you are drawing. I am curious aout what will happen with Battler and Beatrice, so most likely I will continue reading at least another volume if I can get a hold of it.
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  Rosa.Mill | Nov 21, 2015 |
In this volume the rest of the family is turned on each other and killed off. We also learn how the story continues spreading and what the police find at the mansion the next morning. Then we move onto the children and what happens after their deaths and the beginning of Battler's battle with Beatrice.

While the illustrator says this is supposed to make the reader wonder whether it's a mystery or a horror tale but to me it feels to me like a horror tale where the reader knows more about what's going on then the characters. The illustrator's thoughts on this kind of give me a meh feeling, like how can you not understand a title that you are drawing. I am curious aout what will happen with Battler and Beatrice, so most likely I will continue reading at least another volume if I can get a hold of it.
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  Rosa.Mill | Nov 21, 2015 |
In this volume the rest of the family is turned on each other and killed off. We also learn how the story continues spreading and what the police find at the mansion the next morning. Then we move onto the children and what happens after their deaths and the beginning of Battler's battle with Beatrice.

While the illustrator says this is supposed to make the reader wonder whether it's a mystery or a horror tale but to me it feels to me like a horror tale where the reader knows more about what's going on then the characters. The illustrator's thoughts on this kind of give me a meh feeling, like how can you not understand a title that you are drawing. I am curious aout what will happen with Battler and Beatrice, so most likely I will continue reading at least another volume if I can get a hold of it.
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  Rosa.Mill | Nov 21, 2015 |
In this volume the rest of the family is turned on each other and killed off. We also learn how the story continues spreading and what the police find at the mansion the next morning. Then we move onto the children and what happens after their deaths and the beginning of Battler's battle with Beatrice.

While the illustrator says this is supposed to make the reader wonder whether it's a mystery or a horror tale but to me it feels to me like a horror tale where the reader knows more about what's going on then the characters. The illustrator's thoughts on this kind of give me a meh feeling, like how can you not understand a title that you are drawing. I am curious aout what will happen with Battler and Beatrice, so most likely I will continue reading at least another volume if I can get a hold of it.
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  Rosa.Mill | Nov 21, 2015 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0316229504, Paperback)

Six people are dead, and Battler and his remaining relatives slowly come around to addressing the terrifying reality of their situation: Either one of their number is a murderer, or there is a nineteenth person on the island who wants the Ushiromiya family dead. Regardless, the killer seems to be following the inscription beneath the portrait of Beatrice, the instructions for finding the elder Ushiromiya's vast treasure of gold. But each line of the inscription calls for more death, more blood...and the revival of the witch Beatrice herself... Will any remain alive to see the end of this mystery?

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"Six people are dead, and Battler and his remaining relatives slowly come around to addressing the terrifying reality of their situation: either one of their number is a murderer, or there is a nineteenth person on the island who wants the Ushiromiya family dead. Regardless, the killer seems to be following the inscription beneath the portrait of Beatrice, the instructions for finding the elder Ushiromiya's vast treasure of gold. But each line of the inscription calls for more death, more blood...and the revival of the witch Beatrice herself... Will any remain alive to see the end of this mystery?"--Cover p. [4].… (more)

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