Spiral: The Bonds of Reasoning
BY Kyo Shirodaira
“Hizumi makes his final plea, begging Ayumu to accept the fate that has been forced upon them. By killing Hizumi and taking out Kiyotaka before his own natural demise, Ayumu can remove all the supernatural pieces on the board. After all he’s been through, Ayumu certainly intends to meet his brother, but will he face Kiyotaka in the name of defiant hope – or broken surrender? That may depend on Kiyotaka, as he reveals his last cruel twist of the plot in the final volume of Spiral.” -Goodreads
Overall, I left Spiral: The Bonds of Reasoning was quite boring. While there were plenty of action scenes, all the philosophy and logical explanations got in the way of making the series enjoyable. I did love the art though, the artist is very talented, having created unique and cute characters.
The plot seemed ridiculous to me, and I’ve read a lot of fiction. I honestly can say I only finished the series because it was something to read that wasn’t a novel. A nice break in the norm.