The Betrayal Knows My Name, Volume 2

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Orbit, Dec 13, 2011 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 352 pages
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Welcomed into the arms of the Giou clan and the Zweilt, Yuki reaches out to his comrades even as he is drawn into their war with the darkness. But the demonic Duras continue to spread their malevolence around Yuki, and the members of his new family are not impervious either, as one of their own vanishes without a trace and yet another is cornered by a sudden ambush. In the Zweilt, Yuki may well have found the long-sought-after place he belongs, but the enemy seems intent on stealing it out of his grasp forever.
And when the shadowy figure of "Reiga," the nemesis of the Giou, finally steps into the light, will Yuki find himself utterly alone, crushed by the weight of the truth?

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Review: The Betrayal Knows My Name, Volume 1 (The Betrayal Knows My Name #1)

User Review  - Shannon - Goodreads

No. Look, there is no universe in which this book deserves a 4.16 average rating. I'd give this half a star, maybe, because while scratchy this could serve as toilet paper, or a reasonable fire ... Read full review

Review: The Betrayal Knows My Name, Volume 2 (The Betrayal Knows My Name #2)

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About the author (2011)

Hotaru Odagiri is a Japanese manga artist who started out on the boys' love side of Japanese comics. Among her works in this genre, Only the Ring Finger Knows and Time Lag were published in English editions, and the former was a top seller in the American market. Odagiri has been working on the ongoing The Betrayal Knows My Name since 2005.

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