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A young woman still faces mysterious adversaries in her mission and struggles with her extraordinary abilities. After waking up in a garden, that woman finds her life transformed when memory is lost and surrounded by dead bodies from everywhere. In the end, that woman must fight to uncover her mysterious past and resume her position in Britain, completing her mission against a group of traitors.
Surrounded by more or less friendly characters, and with a solemn tone that does not suit it, 'The Rook' is a nice and inconsequential pastime with which to combat the dog days. [Full review in Spanish]
The Rook ends up feeling like is an attempt to engineer a serious-minded companion to Counterpart, except one that lacks Counterpart's twisty complexity, nuanced approach to character duality and general depth.