This is an ongoing series so this review is likely to contain spoilers for the previous volumes and of course the current one I'm writing about.
I was giggling throughout this volume but I probably shouldn't have been, considering Ferid and Krul Tepes have just been captured and are being subjected to torture by sunlight. I think it was quite a bold move to have two main characters out of action for virtually an entire volume. It did give others a chance to shine a bit more though, for example, I loved learning more about Crowley. I imagine he's going to be quite integral throughout the rest of the series.
There's so much more to every single character and it gets slowly revealed which I like. I haven't ever felt like there has been an info dump in this series but I still feel well informed. Ferid is certainly an enigma and though he doesn't feature much in this volume so is Guren. There are so many layers to his character and even when you hear what he's done you can't help but feel for him.
It's almost as though he could be what Yu is like in the future. He represents a possibility.
Name: Seraph of the End Volume Fourteen
Author(s): Takaya Kagami
Publisher: Viz Media
Have you read Seraph of the End?
What did you think?
Thank you for reading,