Based on the hit novel series, Kino's Journey now has a beautiful manga adaptation with illustrations by Iruka Shiomiya (Ningen Series).
In the end, Kino broke down.
No, maybe “broke down” isn’t the right way to put it. “Gave in” is more like it.“Fine, then! If you insist on refusing to see your child as her own person—that she’s such an impediment you really don’t need—then I’ll bring her on my journey with me! That’s all right with you, I’m sure!”
Haughty officials. Evil kids. A miserable land. Kino and Hermes head to a country that is known as “the worst of the worst,” but the country’s people, who were rumored to be cruel and uncaring, turn out to be the kindest people that Kino and Hermes have met on their journey. Despite the country’s kindness and warm hospitality, something “warmer” might be brewing deep beneath the surface...
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About the Author
In 2000, his work Kino's Journey was a finalist for the 6th Dengeki Novel Prize, and was subsequently serialized in Dengeki hp magazine in March of the same year, marking his debut. Other works include original light novel series 'Sword Art Online Alternative Gun Gale Online', from the popular SAO series. He loves to travel, ride his motorcycle and firearm maniac.