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Naruto: The Seventh Hokage and the Scarlet Spring by [Kishimoto, Masashi]
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In the years since the great ninja war, peace has bloomed in the ninja world, and a new generation has begun to take root. Naruto’s work as Hokage seems to be pretty mundane, but his son, Boruto, is constantly demanding attention. Luckily for Naruto, he can make clones of himself to babysit his son. But Sasuke’s daughter, Sarada, could be the target of a mysterious figure who has connections to the Uchiha clan!

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Author/artist Masashi Kishimoto was born in 1974 in rural Okayama Prefecture, Japan. Like many kids, he was first inspired to become a manga artist in elementary school when he read Dragon Ball. After spending time in art college, he won the Hop Step Award for new manga artists with his story Karakuri. After considering various genres for his next project, Kishimoto decided on a story steeped in traditional Japanese culture. His first version of Naruto, drawn in 1997, was a one-shot story about fox spirits; his final version, which debuted in Weekly Shonen Jump in 1999, quickly became the most popular ninja manga in the world. The series would also spawn multiple anime series, movies, novels, video games and more. Having concluded the series in late 2014, Masashi Kishimoto has kept himself busy this year with the side story Naruto: The Seventh Hokage and the Scarlet Spring and writing the story for the latest Naruto movie, Boruto: Naruto the Movie, both of which will focus on the title character's son, Boruto.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 132487 KB
  • Print Length: 216 pages
  • Publisher: VIZ Media: SHONEN JUMP (Oct. 6 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B015EUJCX6
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #86,806 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This Manga Is Awesome I Love It And I Wish That There Was More Side Stories When There Adults I Read The Whole Thing In 1 Day Great Manga
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This was amazing , I hope the Author write more about Naruto !
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HASH(0xa06f1324) out of 5 stars Also if you wanted to know about some of your favorite characters since the end of the series especially what ... Jan. 6 2016
By Jeffrey Rene - Published on Amazon.com
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I just got this along with my Naruto Box Set 3!
The story focuses a bit on the daughter of Sakura and Sasuke, Sarada and brings out a bit about her character as well as answers any question people have about her ever since the final chapter of Naruto. Also if you wanted to know about some of your favorite characters since the end of the series especially what happened with Orochimaru the book answers that as well. Basically, treat this as a epilogue of sorts to the main series. Not bad for a tie-in to the Boruto movie!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa06f1570) out of 5 stars Sarada is one of the greatest characters (and women) that Kishimoto has written Jan. 11 2016
By Sayuri - Published on Amazon.com
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Sarada is one of the greatest characters (and women) that Kishimoto has written. This plot is a forced and dramatic, especially when compared to the actual series, but it was really enjoyable seeing Sarada, ChouChou, and Naruto in action, as well as the Sasuke/Sakura bond developed more. It's a great post-series story - highly recommend reading it before watching the Boruto movie.
HASH(0xa06f1534) out of 5 stars Surprisingly not that bad. July 15 2016
By Rikki S. - Published on Amazon.com
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I actually enjoyed this. I wasn't expecting much going in since I wasn't a huge fan of the Boruto movie, but it was much more interesting to focus on Sarada and Sasuke. I always wished the series put more focus on the female characters. Kishimoto does a really good job of creating really cool and interesting female characters, but he has a tendency to underutilize them, so I was especially happy to see both Sarada and Chocho on the cover. Chocho was more annoying than funny or helpful, which was a little disappointing, but Sarada made up for it. Overall, if you're a diehard Naruto fan, it's definitely worth reading. If you managed to finish all of Naruto, all 700 chapters, like I have, you should absolutely read this. Why not? You've already read 700 chapters! A couple more won't hurt.

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I was dissatisfied with the conclusion since I felt it directly contradicted the message the entire thing was trying to send. Having a the huge dilemma of not knowing if her mother is really Sakura took a lot out of Sarada. At the end, it seemed like the moral of this story was "Sakura raised you; therefore, she's your 'real' mom, no matter what." To get the definitive answer of "Your birth mother is Sakura" actually drove home a different message. Since Sarada's birth mother was Sakura the whole time, it seemed to say that "blood is thicker than water" despite the fact that the rest of the manga was devoted to saying that "blood isn't thicker than water." I feel that it would have made more sense and have been more powerful if Karin was Sarada's birth mother. It would add so much to Sakura's character to say that she raised Sarada knowing that they weren't related by blood and loving her more than her birth mother ever could. Also, how did Sasuke survive long enough to reproduce? That kid was begging for a Darwin Award with the idiotic mistakes he was making for the majority of the series.
5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa06f1828) out of 5 stars The end of a great manga Nov. 23 2015
By DJ.Fishbrain - Published on Amazon.com
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I really enjoyed reading this book . It was adjusted for the right age group and told a story that humans rather than solely manga fans can appreciate. I gave this five stars due to the completeness of the book.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
By Martin from Texas - Published on Amazon.com
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Great continuation of the Naruto Saga. Self contained Story focuses on Sarada the daughter of Sasuke. Worth the read for any Naruto fan. Doesn't end on a cliff hanger but definitely leaves me wanting more!