Ciel, Sebastian, and Lau investigate a case where British citizens returning from India are attacked, stripped and hung upside-down outside Indian pubs in London.
Attached to each victim is a letter insulting the English.
The group is attacked by poor Indian men during their investigation but are helped by the Indian Prince Soma and his butler Agni, who are searching for Soma's servant Meena, who was taken away by a British man.
Although Agni is human as a fighter he's on a par with Sebastian but he rejects such compliments however, saying that he once had power and wealth, which he abused until he was to be hanged.
He was saved by Soma, who gave him a new life and name and who Agni now views as a god.
Agni leaves the manor at night and the group including Soma, follow him to Lord West's home.
When he hears Meena mentioned, Soma quickly reveals the group's presence.
Agni refuses to obey Soma's orders but begins to act on West's order to beat Soma.
A disguised Sebastian saves Soma and the group escapes to the manor.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 192 pages, Integrated: 160, b/w drawings
- Publisher: Little, Brown & Company
- Publication Date: 25/01/2011
- Category: Comics and Graphic Novels
- ISBN: 9780316084284
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Review by Kassilem
I liked this volume slightly less than the previous three novels. But only slightly and it might just be that it was a little less serious. Although there were moments. Here we do figure out some of Ciel's past, although Sebastian is still a mystery. Soon, I'm sure the full story will come out. Artwork is consistently great. Toboso does the story as well as the art so just looking at the cover art you can get a sense of the artwork inside. :) On to more.