Soloist of the prison (manga review)

Soloist of the prison is a manga with beautiful art, a unique storyline and multiple plot twists.

Summary

There exists a prison huge enough that it is considered a city, this prison is pretty much inescapable and it doesn’t let anyone go no matter if you’re a child, man, woman or elderly you will never leave these walls. Within the prison a pair of siblings, a little girl and a baby boy are living together and they are each other’s only family. This is the story of how they survive and the hardships they go through because of this prison.

Author: Moriya Shiro

Genre: Drama, Action, Seinen

# of chapters: 2 Volumes, 10 Chapters

Status: Ongoing

Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️/5. (That extra star was not a mistake, this series is amazing!)

Review!

The worst thing about this manga is that you won’t get enough of it, it’s an addiction. The art is superior, the storyline is interesting and overall this manga s immersive. You will be happy when the characters are happy and you will sob when they do. The idea of a prison escape doesn’t sound unique at first, but the concept of this prison and the concept of the characters is pretty damn unique because you never really feel like it is a prison, to me while I was reading it I kept forgetting and assumed it was a tyrannical government and a corrupted city because of how grand the prison is.

Also, the main character reminds me of Violet Evergarden sometimes in her right scenes because both of them are quite graceful. I recommend this manga so hard, you need to read it!

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