Volume 31 ends the battle between Sakura and the villain. All of Sakura’s newfound abilities are combined into one scene. Kishimoto also reinforces that Sakura’s resolve in recovering Sasuke matches Naruto’s. After the first fight is over, Naruto’s battle against the second villain begins. Naruto’s fight is much shorter and serves to show his teacher, Kakashi’s new abilities. The author makes the battle much shorter and much more concise. Kakashi’s new powers have infinite possibilities, but Kishimoto shows the battle in two segments, Kakashi’s explanation to Naruto of his power and the execution of Kakashi’s power. The fight’s duration is the perfect length to explore Kakashi’s power. Another element of the volume is the recurrence of one of the central themes of the story. Naruto’s ability to become friends with anyone and to greatly change their old opinions is shown throughout the entire story. Another beginner entry to a new arc. 4/5. @GOATreviews of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library
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