Battle Angel Alita Mars Chronicle 6 by Yukito Kishiro - PDF free download eBook

(Mars Chronicle #6)
4.9 from 74 reviews

This volume pretty much ties up most of the plot points leading up to this point in the prequel section of the story, revealing...

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Details of Battle Angel Alita Mars Chronicle 6

Exact title of the book
Battle Angel Alita Mars Chronicle 6
Book series
Mars Chronicle #6
Book author
Yukito Kishiro
Book edition
Paperback
Number of pages
200 pages
Published
April 30th 2019 by Kodansha Comics
File size (in PDF)
800 kB
Battle Angel Alita Mars Chronicle 6

Some brief overview of book

This volume pretty much ties up most of the plot points leading up to this point in the prequel section of the story, revealing a lot of the long-awaited history and explanations we’ve been waiting for. It doesn’t completely catch us up to when Yoko and Erica meet Gelda, so it seems there is still more to come, and we still need to find out what happens after Yoko and Erica meet again in the present timeline. But it’s good that we’re not really ending on a cliffhanger since there seems to be a good wait for the next volume.

I can’t say I’m entirely happy or satisfied with the way that the story has gone, or how the backstory of these characters has played out. It’s as tragic, and probably even more so, than anything in the entire series. Kishiro doesn’t shy away from killing off and hurting his characters, in a way that even George R.

R. Martin doesn’t dare to tread. But like other manga, it seems that this one is going to continue ad nauseam, even to the detriment of the series as a whole.

At this point I find myself just wanting to get it tied up and find out how it all ends, if it ever will. We might’ve expected a sad, tragic backstory, but this goes beyond anything that we’ve known before. I would say that the manga today is darker than it’s ever been, and while it still remains my favorite series overall, I’m not sure how to respond or to tell if I would recommend this to any but the most ardent cyberpunk enthusiast We might’ve expected a sad, tragic backstory, but this goes beyond anything that we’ve known before.

I would say that the manga today is darker than it’s ever been, and while it still remains my favorite series overall, I’m not sure how to respond, or whether I would actually recommend this to any but the most ardent cyberpunk enthusiasts.