From fake psychic to true believer, circus performer Anna finds herself dealing with the supernatural more and more, and is determined to use her growing powers to confront her sister’s murderer. Has she finally figured out whodunit, and can she prove it before a demon does her in?
Now, this is more like it. The pacing of this volume was far better than what we’ve seen so far. It felt like more happened in volume three than in the last two combined.
As always I really enjoy the art style of this and how every page seems full of life. There’s a certain section that I won’t mention in detail as I don’t want to spoil anything, but the art direction of it was super cool.
I’m actually starting to get invested in the story and the developments made in this volume were really interesting. It feels like we are finally getting closer to finding out who killed Kat and the investigation is starting to get really fun. Especially as new characters are getting involved and it’s always nice to get character development.
You learn a lot more about Anna and Kat’s past and the small amount shown was intriguing, to say the least. As always with Spectacle, I feel like I am left with more unanswered questions, but this time I feel an actual need to want to find out more.
I’m really hoping the bar will continue to rise for this series and the next two instalments will bring the answers I am looking for.
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