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Basara Vol. 18: Basara, Volume 18

Basara Volume 18

Basara, Volume 18
While in Kyoto Shuri runs into his beloved sister, the Great Sister of White, as well as his old teacher and rival, Hiiragi. Sarasa continues to form aliiances and gain strength. Although Sarasa and Shuri are apart, they remain close in each other's hearts. Meanwhile, someone wants Shuri dead--but who?
Yumi Tamura
191 Pages
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Basara, Volume 19

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Sarasa is engaged in a naval battle with the Royal fleet, but dolphin suicide torpedoes are being deployed against her Shikoku allies to devastating effect. Hiiragi's assassins infiltrate Sarasa's Suzaku flagship as she and her crew are pushed to extremes. Sarasa also learns of Shuri's deeds in the North and realizes the he is no longer the Red King of old, but more the Shuri that she loves.
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