Prince Freya Manga Volume 2

3 Reviews
SKU: 9781974708772

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About Prince Freya Manga Volume 2

Prince Freya manga volume 2 features story and art by Keiko Ishihara.

Freya finds her charade as Prince Edvard difficult to maintain while battling treacherous Tyrish nobles and her own crushing grief. With the help of her dear friend Alek and her new guardian Sir Julian, however, she’s determined not to give up. But will her new resolution and impulsive nature send her straight into the jaws of danger?!

Details

  • Publisher: SHOJO BEAT
  • Media: Manga
  • Genre: Fantasy
  • Themes: Battles, Historical
  • Age Rating: 13+
  • Release Date: 7/7/2020
  • Page Count: 192
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Written Language: English

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Ratings & Reviews

3 reviews

That cliffhanger, tho.

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If you are uncertain about continuing this dark fantasy after the first volume, this one will give you your answer. This series has a way with toggling action, engaging interactions, and fanciful art with ease and I love it.

This is a comedy series

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It's....bad. I picked this up because people were comparing this to Yona of the Dawn, which I love so much, and this was nothing like it! Far from it! The characters are flat and have no emotional response to anything. A major character will die and they will be like oh no. Move on to the next arc. The story was all over the place and did not make any sense. There was no development on Freya being prince Freya. You would think that is important considering the title is PRINCE FREYA. Literally, she looks like the prince so there you go. It was so bad that it was funny. I was laughing out loud because of how badly it was written. I am giving it two stars instead of one because I got a good laugh from it.

Better than vol. 1, but still lacking

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Volume 2 does a much better job at portraying Freya's inability to conform to her new role and the mental impact it begins to have not only on herself but those whom she must deceive. In addition, the story acknowledges the difference in these two roles and starts to incorporate reasonable accommodations (i.e., Freya was not trained in swordsmanship such as the prince was, but she can jump really high I suppose). While the coincidental mishaps continue to persist as the main momentum to keep the plot flowing, at least the main character begins to develop, although not by much.