Yona, The Girl Standing in the Blush of Dawn 2 by Mizuho Kusanagi

Yona, The Girl Standing in the Blush of Dawn 2

Aku benci rambut merahku.Tapi saat Suwon bilang rambutku seindah langit fajar,aku langsung menyukai rambutku.Semua tentang Suwon tidak akan bisa hilang dari diri Yona, hingga peristiwa tragis merenggut semuanya. Suwon membunuh ayahnya!Kabur dari istana, Yona menyembuhkan luka hatinya di desa Fuga, kampung halaman Haku.Tapi masalah baru menghadangnya di sana!

Details Yona, The Girl Standing in the Blush of Dawn 2

TitleYona, The Girl Standing in the Blush of Dawn 2
Release DateOct 19th, 2011
GenreSequential Art, Manga, Fantasy, Romance, Adventure, Shojo, Graphic Novels

Reviews Yona, The Girl Standing in the Blush of Dawn 2

  • Jessica (HighFantasyFanatic)
    4.5 stars
  • MrsNightRead
    Still can't get over the beautiful artwork and FREAKING HAK
  • Rema
    The artwork is as beautiful as ever and Hak is just magnificent. His fighting skills are just breathtaking and the scenes that feature his fighting are just perfect. Things moved pretty fast in this novel. Fuuga is a cozy place and the wind tribe were a happy lot. It's interesting to see the place Hak grew up in. Yona gets out of the funk she's in and develops the fire in her eyes that she becomes so well known for later on. Finally, Yona and Hak...
  • Cath
    4/5 stars.
  • Jhaniel
    Once again I reiterate that I am actually caught up in the manga so I am a bit biased when I go back to declare these first chapters 5star--they aren't as good as chapters that come later, so I'm being overgenerous in light of what's to come. Still, the character work here is very solid and is important foundation-setting for our characters and our plot, and this whole story is so well-told, I cannot begrudge it that perfect rating. Go read Yona....
  • Amanda Kern
    CoolThis is an awesome series. I buy it to support the author for I wish more manga would officially translated. I also buy it for I can have the whole series eventually one place.
  • Elly
  • Lunari Lizardi
    "La princesa está encendida como una llama ardiente. Su mirada no vacila. ¿Era la princesa alguien que podía tener ese tipo de expresión?"
  • Krutula
    Continuing from the story in the last volume, Yona is now on the run from her usurping cousin Soo-Won, while under the protection of Hak, who takes her to his tribe's lands. While on the way, she seems despondent and even Hak worries about her, and they both contemplate their friendship with Soo-Won. Once they reach the water tribe's lands, Yona starts to awaken a little, seeing the cheerful people around her and the optimism that they show despi...
  • Jessica Headlee
    Right off the bat, this volume brings character development onto the table. For those who didn’t like Yona in the first volume, by the end of this volume I promise you’ll start to see her differently. The writer has done a fantastic job of subtly pushing her in a more active role in this story, and while she hasn’t taken charge yet, I believe that they’re setting her up to do that soon. Other characters get some development as well, thoug...