This is an easy and quick read. Bad guy has some childhood traumas that lead him to project into his everyday life as a dangerous adult with power...
Add this to their proper orphanage and I assume foster system and the Leaf Village is on its way to being properly civilized.
It felt very repetitive in some places. A romance without the romance kind of book but I didn't care...Next
Tsunade: "Keep fighting, Sakura.
Totally love this book!!!! It wasn't great - there is no way I can ever support Sakura and Sasuke's relationship, and having her mooning after him for the entirety of the novel didn't help.Next
Your bets are often wrong, right? It's worth the read if you already know and like the world and its characters; otherwise it'd probably just feel like a really rushed and nonsense adventure.
Totally love this book!!!! I would love to have read the book they experienced, because this one sidelines Sakura until the final third so that she can channel her inner anger-strength but only after being captured and humiliated by the big bad. Not that it ever advertised that it was...
She has shown time and time again that it doesn't Being a fan of Naruto since it was released about more than a decade ago, I've always had a soft spot for Sakura.
Sakura breaks free and, as she beats him unconscious, warns him to never impersonate Sasuke again.
The therapy centres for kids was a good idea, at the very least.
One thing leads to another, and Hiroki soon finds himself at the mercy of three beautiful women — all of them celebrities.Next
There is no real mystery or suspense, even if there is some action.
The Great Ninja War did not only harm adults, but left many damaged children behind. When the group's leader refuses to be subordinate to him, Sasuke kills him.Next
As well as that throughout the whole book Sasuke's gone-ness seems to be a character of itself and we don't even get to see him.
She learns of a series of attacks against Konoha, and her investigation leads to an impossible conclusion: Sasuke is the terrorist mastermind behind them all! Both observe that the attacker's suicidal juinjutsu is similar to what used on his agents.Next
I would have certainly liked to see more of Sasuke, but still, I truly enjoyed reading this story.