約束のネバーランド 2 [Yakusoku no Neverland 2]
GFハウスから「全員」で逃げ出す為の訓練を開始したエマ達。そんな彼らに監視者・クローネの魔の手が!? 更に新たな「仲間」を得た彼らを待っていたのは…。永遠の子供達よ、絶望に立ち向かえ! 衝撃の脱獄ファンタジー!!

約束のネバーランド 2 [Yakusoku no Neverland 2] Details

Title約束のネバーランド 2 [Yakusoku no Neverland 2]
Author
LanguageJapanese
ReleaseFeb 3rd, 2017
Publisher集英社 / Shūeisha
ISBN-139784088810065
Rating
GenreSequential Art, Manga, Horror, Fantasy, Mystery

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約束のネバーランド 2 [Yakusoku no Neverland 2] Review

  • Iryna *Book and Sword*
    January 1, 1970
    4.5/5 starsAnother great installment. The art is fantastic - volume 2 had some especially nice full page spreads that were breathtaking (while also being decently creepy and haunting).My WEBSITEMy INSTAGRAMMy WORDPRESS BLOG
  • Dani ❤️ Perspective of a Writer
    January 1, 1970
    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer...A Peter Pan retelling like you've NEVER seen before!! Emma, Norman and Ray are the brightest kids at the Grace Field House orphanage. And under the care of the woman they refer to as “Mom,” all the kids have enjoyed a comfortable life. Good food, clean clothes and the perfect environment to learn—what more could an orphan ask for? One day, though, Emma and Norman uncover the dark truth of the outside world they are forbidden from seeing.The Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer...A Peter Pan retelling like you've NEVER seen before!! Emma, Norman and Ray are the brightest kids at the Grace Field House orphanage. And under the care of the woman they refer to as “Mom,” all the kids have enjoyed a comfortable life. Good food, clean clothes and the perfect environment to learn—what more could an orphan ask for? One day, though, Emma and Norman uncover the dark truth of the outside world they are forbidden from seeing.The PremiseIn The Promised Neverland vol 2 Emma, Norman and Ray decide to take on two assistants. The problem is there is a traitor among them! And with that several problem crop up that will make it difficult to escape with everyone even though that is Emma's greatest desire. Krone isn't taking anything lying down either. She wants to beat Isabella so bad. Hahaha this was a great turn of events and I found it hilarious because i actually accept Mother a whole lot more than Krone's raging greed. The highlight of the volume though is the traitor!!! Woah... I was blown away... this changes EVERYTHING! Even though they set a day for the escape there is a whole lot that could go wrong... and their newest recruits could totally be the problem!! It's a risk taking on more hands but I have every faith in Emma, Norman and Ray.The BuzzI totally fell for this Peter Pan retelling in just the first volume! It's like no other retelling that I've ever read. In fact, it took me several days of pondering the name to realize what it was. So to say I was excited for The Promised Neverland vol 2 is an understatement. Such anticipation is sure to bring disappointment, but NOT IN THIS VOLUME! I was justifiably worried that the twists would peter out but they actually were even more explosive. I don't want to talk about many more details because part of the fun of this series is the small victories as they overcome major setbacks.The FeelsNorman blew me away in this volume. He does read like a Sherlock Holmes prodigy and I LOVE every frame of it!! That is a strategist for you... And he asks the best questions of Emma! I really love that while there is no romance I totally feel the bond between our three protagonists.Emma though also had her moment to shine with a decision about the traitor. This totally impressed me!! Sure she subverts the typical female tropes, but does so while also wholly being a girl I TOTALLY love and adore because of her care for others.Ray certainly has his role in the series but he took a distinct back seat to Norman and Emma... until The Promised Neverland vol 2!! WOW! I loved that he lingered in the background up until now because it made for an explosive volume. We've focused so much on Emma, Norman and Ray with their shining intellect and abilities that it was intriguing to see how other kids measure up. Gilda surprised me by capturing my heart so firmly with her reaction to their announcement. And Don! His new goal is heartbreaking...The VisualsThe Promised Neverland vol 2 is not nearly so horrorish as the first volume (if you don't enjoy horror, don't worry this is perfect for you). I expect that element to come and go with our villains... but it does retain its creepy vibe. I LOVE Posuka Demizu's wonderfully detailed character reactions!! Woah! They maintain just the right atmosphere even though there aren't any horror bits. Each character shines in the art... Norman with his fear come alive, Ray with his big reveal and Emma with her warning to the traitor.The Promised Neverland vol 2 continues this creepy Peter Pan retelling! Emma, Norman and Ray deal with a traitor while trying to recruit assistants to their cause... How will they react?! Well it totally changes everything!! But Emma may end up having to leave everyone behind...!?⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Authenticity⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Tension⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Plot⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ ArtThis is a multi-volume series and there may be references to the plot of those volumes... SO READ WITH CARE! Here is my review of 1 | 2 | 3 |______________________You can find this manga review and many others on my book blog every Monday @ Perspective of a Writer. See my manga and graphic novel reviews at the bottom of the page.Please like this review if you enjoyed it! *bow* *bow* It helps me out a ton!!
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  • Victoria ♡
    January 1, 1970
    I am so hyped!
  • Ploye◡̈
    January 1, 1970
    4.5/5Oooh I love this kind of story!To sum it up , it’s like a smart kids version of “Prison Break” Yeah! (not that advance tho, but feel like it.) These kids have been raised so well, grooming them to be the best of the best. Only to be sold and eaten by demons.Sure they thought they’re in an orphanage but no way, they’re actually in a farm! But when some kid found out about that, well, they sure need to escape and so the story goes.. ;)
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  • Adam M
    January 1, 1970
    -Read for 2019 YA Reading Challenge-This volume wasn't as much fun or quite as startling as the first one. It certainly tried to be exciting and throw us a couple twists, but the didn't land as well. I think the bigger problem I had was this was kind of a slow crawl towards whatever is supposed to be happening. The circle of protagonists gets a little bigger in this volume and there are more complications, but it still felt too long. The art in this book is generally great. It's detailed, it's -Read for 2019 YA Reading Challenge-This volume wasn't as much fun or quite as startling as the first one. It certainly tried to be exciting and throw us a couple twists, but the didn't land as well. I think the bigger problem I had was this was kind of a slow crawl towards whatever is supposed to be happening. The circle of protagonists gets a little bigger in this volume and there are more complications, but it still felt too long. The art in this book is generally great. It's detailed, it's got an energy that helps move everything along, etc. I will say that I thought the character of Sister Krone is depicted in a borderline offensive manner. Everything is just over the top and pushes towards stereotyped. It's pretty far removed from me personally, but it raised an eyebrow. Certainly picking up the next book as I'm hoping that the next "chapter" of the story propels us forward more than this one did. It's fine that they are building dramatic tension, but we need some kind of pay off.
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  • Kristin
    January 1, 1970
    2.5After the brutal revelations and panicked reaction of volume 1, the kids' escape planning slows to crawl. The story is focusing more on the cat and mouse strategy between mom and her prisoners but it doesn't work so well when the main trio are such broadly written characters. The naive optimist, the brutal pessimist, and the hopeful realist worked when the story was shaping up to be a sci-fi thriller but now that it;s slowed into something more suspenseful, the characters need more meat to 2.5After the brutal revelations and panicked reaction of volume 1, the kids' escape planning slows to crawl. The story is focusing more on the cat and mouse strategy between mom and her prisoners but it doesn't work so well when the main trio are such broadly written characters. The naive optimist, the brutal pessimist, and the hopeful realist worked when the story was shaping up to be a sci-fi thriller but now that it;s slowed into something more suspenseful, the characters need more meat to them(pun not intended).Very little happens here and even though we're given good reasons why, this books is still infuriatingly padded with conversations and actions that go nowhere.One thing more: Sister Krone, who is black, is drawn with GIANT nose and lips that verge on racial caricature. There are other dark-skinned characters in the book that are drawn to fit the book's style, so I'm thinking this was to done to instantly mark her as a terrifying adversary, but it's still going to make some readers uncomfortable.
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  • Maria
    January 1, 1970
    THAT FUCKING PLOT TWIST THOUGH. 10/10I swear, Norman and Ray must be two of the smartest, most cunning and mature 11 y. o. fictional characters I’ve ever seen. I LOVE all the scheming, spying, snooping around, outsmarting and outplaying going on in this volume. Absolutely amazing. THAT FUCKING PLOT TWIST THOUGH. 10/10👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼I swear, Norman and Ray must be two of the smartest, most cunning and mature 11 y. o. fictional characters I’ve ever seen. I LOVE all the scheming, spying, snooping around, outsmarting and outplaying going on in this volume. Absolutely amazing.
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  • Shannon
    January 1, 1970
    Oooh (view spoiler)[Ray being the spy (hide spoiler)] was a twist I didn't see coming. I love it when I'm surprised. I'm really curious about the "outside world" now and how exactly these 12-year-olds expect to survive on their own.
  • Cristina | Books, less beer & a baby Gaspar
    January 1, 1970
    Amazing, amazing art! And the story is awesome. I can't wait for the next volumes Amazing, amazing art! And the story is awesome. I can't wait for the next volumes 😁
  • Iria
    January 1, 1970
    OMGI guess I won't be sleeping tonight. It's not like I have a bunch of things to do tomorrow anyway.
  • Wendi Lee
    January 1, 1970
    4.5 stars. I liked this volume better than the first one!
  • Alex
    January 1, 1970
    A traitor is revealed. New alliances are formed. And more secrets around Grace Field House are explored. Our heroes continue to assess, analyze, and plan their escape.This is a 3.5/5 volume for me overall, as I feel like parts of the text get lost in translation. 95% of it is fine, but there are a few lines which left me confused. Also, the final page just kind of...ends. Finally, while the reveal of the traitor was a major plot point, I was hoping for more information about the kids’ A traitor is revealed. New alliances are formed. And more secrets around Grace Field House are explored. Our heroes continue to assess, analyze, and plan their escape.This is a 3.5/5 volume for me overall, as I feel like parts of the text get lost in translation. 95% of it is fine, but there are a few lines which left me confused. Also, the final page just kind of...ends. Finally, while the reveal of the traitor was a major plot point, I was hoping for more information about the kids’ adversaries on the outside.Still trying to be as general as possible about this. I’ll mark my volume 3 review for spoilers so I can speak a little more freely.If you’re at all curious about this manga, I highly recommend it. Volume one should grab you immediately. Give it a look! Volume two continues to lay down the bricks of the plot while complicating a couple of key relationships.
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  • Ray
    January 1, 1970
    I am hooked!I am IN LOVE with this graphic novel!I'm a sucker for details, and this one fed my hunger for them, be it in the actual story or the art.It was beautifully done and I enjoyed every moment of it.AND THAT PLOT TWIT THOUGH!!!!!Holy fucking shit!!!I just NEED to read the next one.
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  • Emma
    January 1, 1970
    This seems a little racist tho why is the black nanny gigantic and also super ugly? With a huge nose? Maybe I'm just super suspicious. This seems a little racist tho 😬 why is the black nanny gigantic and also super ugly? With a huge nose? Maybe I'm just super suspicious.
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  • Mehsi
    January 1, 1970
    Still good, but nothing really happened in this one. I get it, they need a plan, they need to find out things, plus now there is also a spy/mole (I didn't expect that person). But there is just soooooo little happening. So much talking, and so little doing. And I am just bored. I was hoping that at least in this volume they would try to escape, but no. Or something else exciting would happen. :( The art is still not my favourite.
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  • Aleksandra
    January 1, 1970
    This is amazing!!!The art is mind-blowing, I love the facial expressions and how the artist creates tension via visuals. The plot keeps up being full of twists and turns.Emma and Norman and Ray are the best kids.
  • Wing Kee
    January 1, 1970
    Dramatic tension is great but sustained too long it becomes tedious. World: The art is phenomenal for a manga. The depth of detail in each panel is amazing and the emotions are so good. The world building is solid, it’s a bit spotty but that’s fine cause from the perspective of the kids it makes sense. What we do see is quite good. Story: The story is dramatic and there is a lot of tension with the escape plan and the everyday struggle of the kids to hide in plain site. The tension however is Dramatic tension is great but sustained too long it becomes tedious. World: The art is phenomenal for a manga. The depth of detail in each panel is amazing and the emotions are so good. The world building is solid, it’s a bit spotty but that’s fine cause from the perspective of the kids it makes sense. What we do see is quite good. Story: The story is dramatic and there is a lot of tension with the escape plan and the everyday struggle of the kids to hide in plain site. The tension however is fairly long and sometimes does seem numbing. The plot is solid but also has some logic leaps every now and then that takes readers out of the story. There are also points of sudden inclusion of new story elements that suddenly appear for the sake of the story, the owl comes in mind. These plot points are jammed in and their introduction is fairly janky. Characters: Okay characters with some nice beautiful emotions. However there are some logic leaps here and there in terms of the traitor and how that part of the story played out. It really stretch Emma as a character and I didn’t like that and the logic was a big wonky. The very visible hand of the plot is present and I wish it wasn’t so. It’s an interesting story but there is something not quite smooth with this story. I want to be be taken away by the story but I am constantly jarringly shook Onward to the next book!
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  • Doc
    January 1, 1970
    With Emma, Norman, and Ray aware of the truth of the Orphanage they must continue to act as if nothing is out of the ordinary while they prepare for an escape before they are shipped out to some sort of abysmal creature who is looking forward to their fine brains. The trio find new allies to help with the escape as well as a spy for Mother is exposed as time continues to slip closer to the end. Of course with the increase of people in the know of the danger so to does the chance of being With Emma, Norman, and Ray aware of the truth of the Orphanage they must continue to act as if nothing is out of the ordinary while they prepare for an escape before they are shipped out to some sort of abysmal creature who is looking forward to their fine brains. The trio find new allies to help with the escape as well as a spy for Mother is exposed as time continues to slip closer to the end. Of course with the increase of people in the know of the danger so to does the chance of being discovered by the adults.By the way what is up with that Phil kid. I know according to the profile he is a big hearted kid that loves Emma and they point out how smart he is in the book but he is also not only on the cover but on the inside of the front cover too. I wonder if something is coming up surrounding this 4 year old.Probably one of my favorite moments is when Emma looses heart temporarily but imaging her family running into the maw of a hideous beast helps her before she finishes her thought that it is impossible to escape with everyone. She is basically the heart of the group after all so that would have been sad to see her give in on her hope to save everyone.
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  • Helen
    January 1, 1970
    I read the first volume of the series and absolutely loved it. I am not even going to tell you the lengths I went too, to get my hands on this copy. This book picks up right where the first one leaves you. The three main children are preparing for their escape of the orphanage. They are trying to prepare the other children, learn more about what is beyond the wall/forest, and also stay one step ahead of mom. I enjoyed this one as well but it was not as strong as the first book for me. I felt I read the first volume of the series and absolutely loved it. I am not even going to tell you the lengths I went too, to get my hands on this copy. This book picks up right where the first one leaves you. The three main children are preparing for their escape of the orphanage. They are trying to prepare the other children, learn more about what is beyond the wall/forest, and also stay one step ahead of mom. I enjoyed this one as well but it was not as strong as the first book for me. I felt that it was preparing us for the next book. I will be picking that one up ASAP.
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  • Nicholas Driscoll
    January 1, 1970
    I would almost give this a five. I love the constant machinations and twists and turns in the plot and he art continues to impress me. The strange camera angles and fish eye lens like effects add to the sense of wrongness as well. The main characters also still are lovable even as I sometimes disagree with them vehemently, even as heir values clash or they make stupid decisions. And the villains remain terrifying. Really strong. Okay, I’ll give it the five stars.
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  • Sara Jovanovic
    January 1, 1970
    Being impatient as always to see where the story is going, I sat one night and binged entire anime. Which is not a regret, I think I prefer anime to the manga, although both are pretty amazing. It's just that now I'm so curious to see what happens after the parts I've already watched it's making me want to skip right there. Nevertheless, I enjoyed this volume and can't wait to continue on with reading.
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  • Elin (Tickmicks bokblogg)
    January 1, 1970
    4,5 stars.
  • Alisha
    January 1, 1970
    Thrilling volume that asks the question: Who is the traitor?
  • Rafif
    January 1, 1970
    Its so beautifully written, what a nice plot twist
  • Vendea
    January 1, 1970
    Norman a Sister Krone :3
  • Akira
    January 1, 1970
    This was a definite improvement from the first one a little less repetitive and better paced than the first. I hope it keeps up the momentum.
  • Joana Oliveira
    January 1, 1970
    The story is getting good
  • Elias Alexander
    January 1, 1970
    WHAT WHAT WHAT!!!!!!' Omg I never saw this coming. Holy shit. Plot twists. I'm so excited for the next volume.
  • Chris
    January 1, 1970
    Not as good as the first one, but I’m still into it.
  • Darwish 3
    January 1, 1970
    * You were my friend before you are my enemy.
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