The second volume of Kujira’s A Witch’s Love at the End of the World delves a bit into the past of a few characters, with others having to contend with certain feelings developing within their hearts.
This second volume contain chapters five through to eight.A witch must empty her heart if she hopes to keep her magic, for to feel love is to be no witch at all… Alice fears her grandmother’s warning from many years ago is coming true. After being stranded in Mari’s old human neighbourhood, Alice must confront her growing affection and decide – will she lose her witch’s power forever, or destroy the one thing she’s ever actually wanted?
This volume starts with Alice and Mari finding themselves in the human world, at a place that is very familiar to Mari. You’d think some of her old acquaintances would be happy to see her again, but that doesn’t prove to be the case at all.
It seems we’ve been given a bit of insight into how Mari was found and forcibly taken to the magic academy.
A glimpse of the human world also has the result of altering Alice’s perceptions on humans. After all, she had been told up until that point that humans are the enemies of witchkind, no exceptions.
It seems Mari’s visit to her old neighbourhood had malicious intent behind it, but I can’t help but feel it only ended up being favourable for Alice. Things were a little harder on Mari, but not to the extent that Alice was expecting.
Besides Alice and Mari, this volume also shines the spotlight on Madam Dolly for a while. It delves a little bit into her past, and shows us that she is somewhat familiar with Alice’s situation. It is some pretty intriguing stuff, to say the least.
Interesting second volume of A Witch’s Love at the End of the World here. Alice seems to steadily be coming to terms with her feelings. Meanwhile, the witches are planning something with Mari, and the aforementioned Madam Dolly is involved in some capacity.
Next volume promises to be an interesting one.