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Nightschool, Vol. 3: The Weirn Books [Paperback]

Svetlana Chmakova

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April 20 2010 Nightschool (Book 3)
Betrayed by one of their own, the Hunters have become the hunted as their hideaway is invaded by a pack of ravenous werewolves! But it'll take more than a few mongrels to get the better of these kids. Meanwhile, Alex begins advanced training with Mr. Roi. Will he be able to help her find a clue to her sister's disappearance? Or is the home-schooled Alex in way over her head?

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 208 pages
  • Publisher: Yen Press; 1 edition (April 20 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0759528616
  • ISBN-13: 978-0759528611
  • Product Dimensions: 20.8 x 15.7 x 1.7 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 68 g
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #369,256 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Svetlana Chmakova was born and raised in Russia until the age of 16, when her family emigrated to Canada. She is best known for Dramacon (OEL; Tokyopop), Witch and Wizard, Nightschool, and the webcomic Chasing Rainbows for Girlamatic. She graduated from Sheridan College with a three-year Classical Animation Diploma. Her credits also include how-to-draw-manga books, RPG manuals, toy designs, and animation.

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5.0 out of 5 stars great June 18 2014
By daedriona clark - Published on
It ws in perfect condition. Like someone jus went n brought from the store. Basically brand new copy of the book.
5.0 out of 5 stars Cool comic March 22 2014
By Richard Frantz Jr. - Published on
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Another volume (3rd of 4) of a comic with manga style art work by a westerner. The excitement continues. (And we get the follow up from the cliffhanger at the end of the previous volume where we see what happens when you call out a legend for bluffing, when the legend just CAUGHT and arrow!)

Fun comic, exciting action, great characters.
5.0 out of 5 stars Svetlana Chmakova Jan. 1 2014
By Deonne - Published on
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I love this series. I am still waiting to finish it but the story and characters are fantastically written and the artwork is entrancing. Book arrived in great condition
5.0 out of 5 stars Best North American manga artist! Dec 9 2012
By momiji_red - Published on
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Nightschool is like if Harry Potter, Sailor Moon and Buffy the Vampire Slayer got together and had a baby! Action, romance with a huge cast of diverse characters--this series should have its own anime!
5.0 out of 5 stars Studies in Storytelling: Some Clever and Beautiful Things Sept. 12 2012
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This review is from my blog, Studies in Storytelling. To see the complete version, please visit [...]

Nightschool is an American-published manga by Russian-Canadian mangaka Svetlana Chmakova, most famous for Dramacon.

A normal school by day, The Nightschool teaches vampires, weirns, mermaids, etc. The coarse, homeschooled Alex Treveney tries to track down her sister, Sarah, a teacher at the Nightschool. She also has a slight tendency to black out and leave slow, brutal death in her wake.

Across the four books, I had fun picking apart some of Chmakova's storytelling tricks.

6. Delving into different types of pessimism and optimism is a fun way to develop characters/contrasts. The cheerful Sarah Treveney is pessimistic about the ball-busting Mrs. Hatcher, who in turn offers her optimistic support. Instant synchronized character dynamism!

5. The storytelling emphasizes slow moments. On pages 154-155 of volume 1, for example, back-to-back panels are almost identical, showing very gradual change. A door, a portal, slowly closes. If the door were "the clock" of the story and we had a protagonist racing through it like Indiana Jones, it would build suspense. But this slow-motion-ization serves a different purpose. It creates a sense of finality. It clues you in and braces you: The person who has gone through the door will not come back.

4. I like how to book handles cursing. It's @#*%ing good at it. I wish this kind of censorship were acceptable in YA formats. It's not an entirely distracting compromise. It allows for the maintenance of a little realism.

3. Magic always has a recognizable relationship to technology. A street gang fights with a combination of pistols, crossbows, and poison. The process of tracking spells is tantamount to hacking computer systems. Magical pills stabilize psychological dysfunction in Seers. Astrals are like iPhones combined with pets. They provide passcoded hiding places for files, remind you of the time, sound security alerts, and beg for treats.

2. The story asks, and sometimes even answers, good questions about death. What is the difference between death and existence? Nightschool answers, Memory and evidence of life. What is memory's relationship to death? Without memory, death achieves something greater than itself. The dead becomes nonexistent. And finally, how is a slow death both crueler and kinder to loved ones? At the story's turning point, most characters have braced themselves for the death of their friends - but one cannot stand for it and seeks revenge. Unanswerable questions always seem to be the strongest, don't they?

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