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?
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 176 pages, Illustrated throughout
- Publisher: Little, Brown & Company
- Publication Date: 24/07/2012
- Category: Manga
- ISBN: 9780316189880
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Review by Kassilem
Well. That was not what I was expecting. These books certainly have some good twists in them. The ending certainly caused some raised eyebrows. If what happened happened then that means there is so much more that was going on then was originally shown. Hopefully the next volume will explain some of those loose threads because I'm just as confused as Mr. Wordsmith. I'm not a huge fan of mystery, but this was a nice arc... if it's done. Not quite sure yet. Stories great, artwork is great. Recommended for any manga fans.
Review by WickedWoWestwood
And so the Sherlock Holmes arc comes to an end. Who is the killer? I dunno, this arc was getting a bit stale, I can't wait to move on to the next volume.