Pandora Hearts, Volume 7

Pandora Hearts, Volume 7

The past holds everyone in its thrall, and Oz, Alice, Raven, Break, and their acquaintances are no exception, especially as recollections of the tragedy of Sablier elude even those who were present. Indeed, with his own body playing host to Jack Vessalius, the hero of Sablier, the likelihood of Oz escaping the past seems nigh impossible. But given a renewed lease on life b...

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Title:Pandora Hearts, Volume 7
Author:Jun Mochizuki
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Edition Language:English

Pandora Hearts, Volume 7 Reviews

  • Amy Keeley

    "Knowledge is, in short, power!! To know is the greatest joy!!!"

    This volume is all about truth, whether in feelings, or information. It's about the destruction of the illusions we treasure.

    As a result, we see sides of characters that were only hints in previous volumes. Oz makes some powerful resolutions that end up causing more trouble for Gil than might be expected.

    Because, you see, he's Oz's servant. And what does a servant do when he's no longer needed?

    Alice also realizes some things. Far fr

    "Knowledge is, in short, power!! To know is the greatest joy!!!"

    This volume is all about truth, whether in feelings, or information. It's about the destruction of the illusions we treasure.

    As a result, we see sides of characters that were only hints in previous volumes. Oz makes some powerful resolutions that end up causing more trouble for Gil than might be expected.

    Because, you see, he's Oz's servant. And what does a servant do when he's no longer needed?

    Alice also realizes some things. Far from being a "romance" in the typical sense, her relationship with Oz has begun to deepen into a strong and amazing friendship. It's an honest relationship, nothing hidden, and in the context of this story, that's the most inspiring thing I've seen so far. I hope it ties in to Lady Sharon's advice to Oz at the beginning of volume #1 to keep his friends close.

    It's also a direct contrast to Jack and Glen's friendship, which starts out as something beneficial to both (at least that's how it appears at this point). Needless to say, it doesn't end well.

    But the real star of this (in spite of the gorgeous Jack) is once again Break. We learn a lot about Break in this volume. Why? Because the Duke they go to see to get more information is Rufus Barma, and he's all about getting the truth by whatever means necessary. But the truth he wants isn't from Oz or Alice. It's from Break's past. His dark, despicable past, all done for a cause that seemed noble at the time. My heart ached so badly for him as I saw the reason for all his previous advice reveal itself. I also got to see why honesty with yourself is so important to him. In spite of what he did, he's still my favorite character.

    Other highlights in this volume:

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    I swear, every time he shows up, I want to scan the images and put them on my wall. I don't because my husband will make fun of me, as well he should. But there's so many good images of Jack in this issue, including the cover, that I'm sorely tempted to at least make a desktop for my own viewing pleasure. I don't think that's too outrageous, is it?

    * Sharon explaining romance to Alice using romance novels. It brought back a lot of memories of when I was sixteen and I devoured romantic illusions like they were cotton candy. Made me smile.

    * I must mention this, but it's a spoiler, so...

    * The information about some of the workings of the Abyss that the Intention gives Break.

    * Alice and Duke Barma. Best. Speech. Ever.

    If I say anything more there will definitely be spoilers. So, that's it for now. Will review volume #8 soon.

  • Katlyn

    Why does Break's story have to be so awesome, yet sad, yet great, yet AKJLDJF

  • ✿ cassandra ✿

    IT'S ALL STARTING TO MAKE SENSE AND I'M SO HAPPY RIGHT NOW! Everything is finally coming together and I was thinking of maybe dropping the series... But I'm glad that I didn't.

    Gilbert is so adorable

    Break is pretty cool too.

  • Eris Vianney

    4.5 chains

    It's getting good, son.

    Break's backstory, yo. I'm still confused about one thing, though:

    It's amazing how he's evolved as a heroic character after his past, and he's intriguing to watch.

    Things just keeping getting mysteriouser and mysteriouser.

    Also, everyone getting crunk is the

    4.5 chains

    It's getting good, son.

    Break's backstory, yo. I'm still confused about one thing, though:

    It's amazing how he's evolved as a heroic character after his past, and he's intriguing to watch.

    Things just keeping getting mysteriouser and mysteriouser.

    Also, everyone getting crunk is the best thang evah.

  • Mary

    No spoilers.

    WELL THAT GOT DARK AND MORBID FAST.

    I admit, I was kind of thrown off because after the events of volume 6, we finally get to see the stress lift off of our characters shoulder's for a moment, and see what they are like drunk. It's hilarious!!

    And Oz develops! He sets new beliefs for himself.

    In the process, his new path terrifies Gilbert, who is scared that Oz is changing and not him, who has been so obsessed

    No spoilers.

    WELL THAT GOT DARK AND MORBID FAST.

    I admit, I was kind of thrown off because after the events of volume 6, we finally get to see the stress lift off of our characters shoulder's for a moment, and see what they are like drunk. It's hilarious!!

    And Oz develops! He sets new beliefs for himself.

    In the process, his new path terrifies Gilbert, who is scared that Oz is changing and not him, who has been so obsessed with getting him back that he hasn't changed a bit.

    And then, we go to meet Duke Rufus Barma, who knows all, and just might know more about the Tragedy of Sablier and Oz's sin then anyone else...AND THIS IS WHEN SHIT GETS REAL.

    I'm not a really squeamish person...so when stuff started to happen to Break in this volume I felt really uncomfortable. We finally see his past, and I admit that I had to put this book down a few times because it was just so

    to say the least.

    Thankfully, many comedic moments abound in the beginning, from Sharron introducing Alice to "...Bibles known as romance novels" and LOTS OF ROMANTIC DEVELOPMENT between Oz and Alice.

    So...after this I have to read the next one NOW because as absolutely CREEPY that was, I have to KNOW what happens next...but I also don't want to because my babies are suffering sooooo much now:(

  • Ella

    AH MORE QUESTIONS!!!! I HATE THIS SERIES!!!! I HATE IT!!!

    *picks up next volume immediately*

  • Gabriela Paige

    Okay. I did not expect that to happen. Why do I care about this character? He's bad, but I WANT HIM TO LIVE. I need to know more about him.

  • Lau

    This is turning darker and darker at every volume, and I’m loving it♥.

    This is turning darker and darker at every volume, and I’m loving it♥︎.

  • Alice In Wonderbook

    One of my favourite volumes so far, I hope it gets even better

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