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Black Butler, Vol. 10 (Black Butler, #10) - Yana Toboso
Black Butler, Vol. 10 (Black Butler, #10)
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His royally sanctioned dinner party a shambles and a murderer on the loose, Ciel Phantomhive is a veritable prisoner in his own home, alongside those of his guests who still live. And in the most shocking of turns, the young earl finds himself now without his indispensible manservant, Sebastian.... show more
His royally sanctioned dinner party a shambles and a murderer on the loose, Ciel Phantomhive is a veritable prisoner in his own home, alongside those of his guests who still live. And in the most shocking of turns, the young earl finds himself now without his indispensible manservant, Sebastian. Never one to take misfortune lying down, Ciel seizes control of the investigation into the suspicious deaths. But as the mystery deepens, there happens upon the young earl's doorstep an odd priest, wearing an insolent smile and an inverness cape, which flaps and splashes being him...Is this mysterious thirteenth guest the perpetrator of the crimes that have bloodied the halls of Phantomhive Manor?
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780316189880 (031618988X)
Publisher: Yen Press
Pages no: 176
Edition language: English
Series: Black Butler (#10)
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Familiar Diversions
Familiar Diversions rated it
4.0 Black Butler (vol. 10) by Yana Toboso
The resolution to the murder mysteries is convoluted, and I can't help but think that [spoiler] Sebastian somehow framed Woodley. [/spoiler] I love that Toboso shoehorned yet another mystery-related reference into the story, in the form of Vicar Jeremy, who was basically Jeremy Brett as Sherlock Ho...
Nessa's Thoughts
Nessa's Thoughts rated it
4.0
Hello, volume 10 of Black Butler! It's been the requisite three to four months since the last volume. How time does fly, Yen Press!Volume X picks up where Volume IX left off. There's a storm outside the Phantomhive manor. Ciel has called a group of rich socialites (including a certain young Sir Arth...
KizunaYueMichaelis
KizunaYueMichaelis rated it
I am not sure if it is because I read it beforehand or what, but it was kind of obvious that Jeremy was Sebastian! First of all, he was very clever and cool. Secondly, the way Ciel looked at him was like 'So you are alive' kind of way, AND Jeremy teased Ciel the way only Sebastian does. And third, J...
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