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Blue Exorcist, Volume 2 (2011)

Blue Exorcist, Volume 2 (2011)

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I liked this book, even more than I liked volume 1. In it we learned more about the blue flame, it introduced us to some more classmates in the exorcist class. I hadn't realized the age difference in his class which does confuse me a bit since at least one of them has to be 5-6 years older than him, but had been planning to be an exorcist for awhile. Not sure why this student hadn't enrolled before this point... Also my question from volume 1, why was the Father the only person Satan could possess, wasn't answered yet. We did get to see Rin's brother's, Yukio, meeting Shiemi, in a flashback, which was kind of neat. Father Shiro was in this flashback too. When I had finally picked up volume 2 of Blue Exorcist by Kazue Kato I had completely forgotten how fun and entertaining volume 1 had been and couldn't believe I had taken so long to continue the series.At the end of volume 1 Rin, the spawn of Satan (no really Satan is his father), is enrolled in an elite school to train and become an exorcist. The same school his twin brother Yukio attends and also teaches (because Yukio is 100% teenage genius). Unfortunately for Rin, despite his determination he's not the most gifted of students (in fact he is basically below average) and struggles when it comes to test taking and studying, his lack of enthusiam for school also grates on the nerves of one of the top students in his grade Ryugi Suguro, the heir to a venerable temple, and unwittingly Rin gains himself a rival.In volume 2 of Blue Exorcist, the reader gets introduced to a few new characters that are going to be coming back again throughout the series and we learn more about what it takes to become a full exorcist. And really that's what I liked most about this volume because it allowed for greater world building and character development for both Rin, who found himself in situations where he had to not only defend himself but his new found friends without exposing his demonic nature, and his peculiar and in some cases dorky classmates who all have their own reasons for becoming exorcists.This volume was even more fun then it's predecessor and it made me even more eager to continue the series.

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The books are getting better. The characters are growing on me. I might even watch the anime.

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