The pacing is picking up, and the interconnectivity between the characters left me reeling. From androids to aliens to vampires, The Detective Is Already Dead Volume 3 continues the comedy—at Kimizuka’s expense—and tension.
The artwork is gorgeous, with angelic light in the cover art and inserts works—think sepia but stunning, not sunken. But there’s more to this light novel than a gorgeous, I-want-that-outfit-she-has-on cover! The story starts at what readers will assume to be the end, yet it’s a new beginning with the same yet different person. With me so far? Let’s go deeper.