“Every Relationship is an education.
Each new person we welcome into our hearts is a chance to evolve into something radically different than we used to be.
But what happens when those people disappear from our lives?”
This series covers a lot of different feels. It covers the feels of enlistment, the feels of losing someone to ‘meaningless’ war, the feels of fighting a battle that wasn’t your’s to begin with, the feels of losing a child, the feels of losing a sibling, the feels of losing a friend.
The art in here is spectacular and graphic, and not for the faint at heart. We see a lot of what we usually do: horrible deaths, people with no other options, and heartbreak. Hazel’s parents are separated (in the literal sense, not in the divorce sense), Hazel is basically being sold to the enemy by someone you would think would be on her side. My favorite little cat-lady is trying to right her wrongs but gets more wrongs in the process and the past comes to haunt The Will.
The story is just as spectacular as it has always been. So if you have liked them thus far, you will like this one just as much.