The Second volume in the Spy X Family series by Tatsuya Endo
Synopsis: Master spy Twilight is unparalleled when it comes to going undercover on dangerous missions for the betterment of the world. But when he receives the ultimate assignment—to get married and have a kid—he may finally be in over his head! Twilight must infiltrate the prestigious Eden Academy to get close to his target Donovan Desmond, but has he ruined his daughter Anya’s chances with his outburst during the admissions interview? Perhaps the truly impossible mission this time is making sure Anya both becomes an exemplary student and befriends Donovan’s arrogant son Damian!
I don’t usually like Manga and I’ve never been interested in reading them before, my daughter however is obsessed and got 20ish Manga books for Christmas.. she asked me to read the first one awhile back when she got it and I was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed the story and the characters… so here I am reading the second one!
I love how sweet this little makeshift family is. They’re definitely an odd little group with what doesn’t seem like much in common, but I just love their vibes and their chemistry.
It’s written so cutely. —cutely? Is that a word?— It has such cute feelings and vibes to it, it just feels so wholesome (aside from the assassin stuff and such) but the storyline feels like it could be a cheesy rom-com or a cheesy spy family movie and I love that feeling.
The characters didn’t do much in this book to progress the story.. but I also know that there’s still like nineteen of these books so I assume there will be some plot changes and character development.. I can’t tell what type of timeline we’re at. it feels like it’s only been a few weeks since the start of the story so far, so it makes sense that the story hasn’t really blossomed yet.
I really love these characters, I admit that I find Loid a little odd, I’m still coming around to him.. but Anya and Yor are just so gosh darn loveable. I am excited to continue the story and hopefully it progresses at a nice pace through the series!
I rate this book
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