Naruto, Vol. 01: The Tests of the Ninja

Naruto, Vol. 01: The Tests of the Ninja Review

In another world, ninja are the ultimate power—and in the village of Konohagakure live the stealthiest ninja in the world. But twelve years ago Konohagakure was attacked by a fearsome threat—a nine-tailed fox demon which claimed the life of the Hokage, the village champion. Today, peace has returned, and a troublemaking orphan named Uzumaki Naruto is struggling to graduate from the Ninja Academy. His goal: to become the next Hokage. But unknown to Naruto and his classmates, within him is a terrifying force...

Title:Naruto, Vol. 01: The Tests of the Ninja
Edition Language:English

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