The Earthgaia clan, the royal family of golem craftsmen, are renowned through the realm for creating sentient automatons of the highest caliber.
As the last surviving member of the family, Clay is doing his best to carry on their legacy, despite having no memory of his past. Suddenly, an event forces him to recall the origin of his two golems, Kurogane and Shirogane. Perhaps some memories are best left forgotten!
I was enthusiastic to read this second volume in the Clay Lord manga, since I had visited the library a few times to find the second volume. I’ve finally got this second volume in my hands only because I had requested the book online and the day after or so, it was waiting for me on the shelves, haha.
I liked seeing how this second volume started off with some of Clay’s memories when the Golem twins finally found him.
Having read this volume, I can assure you that I love this manga more than I thought was possible. I loved everything (aside from Glauco). There are so many emotions running rampant throughout this second volume. I’m not even kidding when I say that this volume was a wild emotional roller coaster. There’s so much that was uncovered, so many truths revealed both to the reader, and to Clay himself. Whether that have happened through his own memories or memories being reiterated from Kurogane and Shirogane.
I loved all of this second volume, and I am eagerly awaiting to read the third and final volume.
I give Clay Lord: Master of Golems Volume 02, 5 stars.
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