This second volume of Lee So-Young's vampire manga continues to draw me in. In this volume we learn more about Michael and a little bit more about Ken and Eva, but still not enough. Again, the story is satisfying but still leaves you with a lot of questions that draw you on to volume three. And with the arrival of Rachel, the reader is left with a whole new set of questions.
As in the first volume, the artwork is simply beautiful. I love the Korean style of drawing and feel this series does a wonderful job of showcasing the Korean style at its best.