In the first chapter of this fantasy series, Kazan, a boy warrior wandering across a desert world saves a young girl named Fawna from slave traders. Fawna displays the magical power to conjure water from nothingness, which leads Kazan to suspect that she is a demon. Fawna tells Kazan that she is trying to get to a place called Goldene, but Kazan wants nothing to do with her. In the next town, Fawna and Kazan part ways but are quickly reunited when Fawna is captured by a ruthless water baron named Bolzar.
Kazan and a boisterous old lady named Arbey team up to rescue Tawna and overthrow Bolzar. In the final chapter if this volume, we learn that Kazan comes from a once-powerful tribe of nomads called the Red Sand. Kazan is the heir to the Red Sand's leader Sheeroc, who leaves his tribe in search of a robust wheat that will survive in the desert climate. Unfortunately, in their leader's absence, tragedy befalls the Red Sand. Kazan and his best friend Elsie are attacked by a powerful water demon who claims that he made a deal with Sheeroc for Kazan's life. A natural disaster ensues, of which Kazan was the only survivor.
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The book was one of the best manga I have ever read. It is about a boy named Kazan how is the last of the Red Sands he is one a journey to find out about his past. On his journey Fawny who is one of the water people in the Kingdom of Oltoa who can summon water . That is what Kazan is about so I hope you like it.