Naruto V1: Naruto Uzumaki by Mashashi Kishimoto

Naruto, Vol. 1: The Tests of the Ninja - Masashi Kishimoto

For the first twelve years of his life, Naruto Uzumaki had to live a life without parents and endure the apparent unsolicited hate from the villagers of Konohagakure, never knowing what it was like to be loved or have friends as a result. One day, however, he learns from the covert ninja Mizuki that the Nine-Tailed Demon Fox was sealed within him soon after his birth and is the reason he is alone in the world. After this, Naruto's fortunes begin to change. In addition to finding a father-figure in Iruka Umino after defeating Mizuki, Naruto achieves his dream by finally becoming a ninja, his ultimate desire being to become the greatest in Konoha, the Hokage. In doing so, Naruto is added to Team 7 along with Sasuke Uchiha and Sakura Haruno under the leadership of Kakashi Hatake. To see whether or not the three are ready to become ninja, Kakashi administers a test to see if they have what it takes. Each fails independently, leading Kakashi to believe they will never become ninja.


What I think about this book is that is really funny and interesting because I really like the story conflict and the characters of the story.What I don't like is that why would Minato seal the Nine-Tailed Demon Fox on his son, I mean, I know that he sealed half of the Demon soul on him but at least he could have sealed it to Kushina because she will die, they thought Naruto will be presented as a hero but he it didn't. I don't really have any question about the manga because I already watched the series so I know everything.I would recommend this book and the others volumes too to people that like manga because I really like to read manga too, but I prefer watching the episodes of the series.