Ghost Hunt, Vol. 10

Ghost Hunt, Vol. 10

Shiho Inada Fuyumi Ono / Jul 10, 2020

Ghost Hunt Vol SPIRIT OF THE PASTNaru is the brilliant eccentric and deeply mysterious leader of Shibuya Psychic Researchers a band of intrepid ghost hunters But none of his colleagues know anything about his past

  • Title: Ghost Hunt, Vol. 10
  • Author: Shiho Inada Fuyumi Ono
  • ISBN: 9780345501349
  • Page: 211
  • Format: Paperback
  • SPIRIT OF THE PASTNaru is the brilliant, eccentric, and deeply mysterious leader of Shibuya Psychic Researchers a band of intrepid ghost hunters But none of his colleagues know anything about his past Now the brave paranormal investigators venture to a haunted school and deep into their leader s secret history Includes special extras after the story

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    1. We pick up some while after "Cursed House"; some of the characters needed serious hospital time after that ending. This series is getting darker as it goes.Our heroes get lost on the drive home (too much bickering between backseat-driver Ayako and the Monk!) and end up at an innocuous lake which has a startling effect on Naru. He tells the other to go, but of course they want to find out what's going on with their mysterious boss.

    2. This review and others can be found on BW Book Reviews.Right as I started writing this review, something outside my window creaked and I jumped. Pretty fitting for my reactions throughout this book. Usually, I don't get scared when I read these -- creeped out, sure, but not scared -- since I've seen the anime. That will scare me, but it doesn't translate to the manga. The volumes don't always pack the same visual punch.For some reason, the creators stopped at volume nine in the show. I came into [...]

    3. I know it's strange to begin one of the lasts books of a series without reading the beginning 9 first? (Only me.) But I loved it! I read it online after watching the anime (which the end didn't satisfy me, leaving me craving more!) I tried to find it at Barnes and Noble but unfortunately they don't carry it! They can have 4 shelves of manga but nothing with Ghost Hunt?! (Why me.) While SPR is starting to find out more about Naru, they get trapped in another investigation.erallyThe artwork was br [...]

    4. Usually I love Ghost Hunt and while I liked this one there was something very off balanced about this one. For one, it took over a year to come out and in that time the stores stopped carrying the line (aggravating how they’re handling sales any more) in the store so I hadn’t even realized it came out. The crew had gone to pick up Naru from the hospital where he’d been for weeks after their last adventure nearly killed him. On the way home (in two cars), Monk gets distracted and goes down [...]

    5. This storyline was not in the anime so it was exciting to read something I had no previous experience with! It was a classic horror story creepy place, they get stuck in it, and people start to disappear! I wonder what will happen next! The only thing is I'm worried this story line will be dragged out in more than just two volumes, and volume 12 of Ghost Hunt is not available in the USd I'd really like to see how this story arc ends! So I hope it'll end in volume 11! Here's hoping!!P.S. Yasuhara [...]

    6. خب، این جلد اولین داستان بعد از تموم شدن انیمه ست.و بالاخره!! شما یه مقدار سر از گذشته ی رمزآلود نارو در میارین :Dو نیاز هم نیست زیاد صبر کنین؛ تقریبا همون اولای جلد ده چیزای جالبی در مورد نارو می فهمین. این جلد قسمت اول یکی دیگه از پرونده های موسسه شیبویاست.راستش مونده بودم سه بد [...]

    7. Shibuya (Nara) is discharged from the hospital. Thanks to being lost in the woods they find a place that Naru seems to know. Naru says he plans to close their investigative office. Later some divers come to the place where there's a lake nearby.'Naru is looking for the corpse of his brother. While they are at the cabin some old people arrive and ask their help about a haunted and closed old elementary school. As some of the group talk more is revealed about the various members. Some of the group [...]

    8. I am still completely invested in seeing what happens to these characters. I do feel like too much time is spent explaining the otherworldly beings the team fights. Sometimes the theories go on for pages and pages and pages and my mind starts to wander as I skim. BUT the artwork, specifically during the creepy ghost hunting scenes, is very atmospheric. It freaks me out more than any scary movie. It's awesome!

    9. Ahhhh. I was told I have to wait a whole year to read the rest of this story. So far this one is very creepy. You find out more about Naru's family in this episode of Ghost Hunt. I can't wait to read the rest of the story.

    10. I'm thinking of stopping this series and reading a new series instead, because Ghost Hunt is really repetitive and it crossed the line of my limits in Volume 10, the way the entire book revolves around that one Naru character. And Mai's constant immature commentary isn't much help, either.

    11. I love this series. I was so happy when volume 10 came out. In this books we learn more of Naru's past. Also they are in an area where they are investigating a school and some of the members disappear. Of course this ends on and cliffhanger so I can not wait until the next book comes out.

    12. While I did enjoy it I am more curious about what will happen next. This series does seem to be one of the few that I enjoy the anime more than the manga.

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