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Millennium Snow, Vol. 3 by [Hatori, Bisco]
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Toya still can’t shake his blood aversion, even though Chiyuki would happily share hers with him, and the malnutrition is starting to take its toll. Chiyuki tries to supplement his diet with solid food, but that’s just barely enough to keep him alive. Can Chiyuki find a way to support her vampire when he refuses the help she knows he needs?

About the Author

Bisco Hatori made her manga debut with Isshun kan no Romance (A Moment of Romance) in LaLa DX magazine. The comedy Ouran High School Host Club is her breakout hit. When she's stuck thinking up characters' names, she gets inspired by loud, upbeat music (her radio is set to NACK5 FM). She enjoys reading all kinds of manga, but she's especially fond of the sci-fi drama Please Save My Earth and Slam Dunk, a basketball classic.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 142411 KB
  • Print Length: 200 pages
  • Publisher: VIZ Media: Shojo Beat (June 3 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00KFPYALA
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By Nicola Mansfield HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on July 8 2014
Format: Paperback
Wow! I loved this and it is sooo different from the first volumes. It has taken Hatori ten years to get back to completing this series and she discusses the reasons and process in sidebars throughout this volume. Vol. 1 & 2 were very light-hearted and funny and I had a blast with them, really enjoying the sense of humour and the characters. The first thing I noticed with Vol. 3 is that the art quality has improved drastically. Ten years obviously is going to make a difference in an artist's work and this is superior to V1/2 making a very pretty book. Secondly, the atmosphere is completely different. The story picks up with a much darker tone. The plot involves a teacher whose son died, a serial killer, a girl being cyber-bullied and a new paranormal creature. Satsuki has a much smaller role now and the focus is most definitely on Chiyuki and Toya. I'm not keen on typical shoujo romance but this is far from the norm. Chiyuki is very open with her feelings and while Toya won't openly admit his, he shows them through his actions. And while the relationship is blooming it is quite low key and doesn't have any of that sickening gushing. It is quite a mature love story compared to any other shoujo I've read. There is still a hint of humour and I love the characters even more than I did originally. Great read!
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Amazon.com: HASH(0xa04f4f3c) out of 5 stars 19 reviews
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9e750bdc) out of 5 stars Confusing continuation June 28 2014
By Usagi Uchiha - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
The art of Millennium Snow has improved from the last two volumes. It really contrasts so much, I wonder if Hatori had stopped making Millennium Snow for awhile to work on her other series and then decided to finish later. The only problem I had was the story didn't seem to connect to the previous volumes. In all, I recommend this book and add it to your collection.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9e750fcc) out of 5 stars Darker and Better July 8 2014
By Nicola Mansfield - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Wow! I loved this and it is sooo different from the first volumes. It has taken Hatori ten years to get back to completing this series and she discusses the reasons and process in sidebars throughout this volume. Vol. 1 & 2 were very light-hearted and funny and I had a blast with them, really enjoying the sense of humour and the characters. The first thing I noticed with Vol. 3 is that the art quality has improved drastically. Ten years obviously is going to make a difference in an artist's work and this is superior to V1/2 making a very pretty book. Secondly, the atmosphere is completely different. The story picks up with a much darker tone. The plot involves a teacher whose son died, a serial killer, a girl being cyber-bullied and a new paranormal creature. Satsuki has a much smaller role now and the focus is most definitely on Chiyuki and Toya. I'm not keen on typical shoujo romance but this is far from the norm. Chiyuki is very open with her feelings and while Toya won't openly admit his, he shows them through his actions. And while the relationship is blooming it is quite low key and doesn't have any of that sickening gushing. It is quite a mature love story compared to any other shoujo I've read. There is still a hint of humour and I love the characters even more than I did originally. Great read!
HASH(0x9e857864) out of 5 stars Great continuation Sept. 17 2014
By Jude - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
~4/5

[More of my reviews are available on my blog, Geeky Reading, to which there's a link on my profile.]

I have been excited for this book ever since I heard it was being released. I’m a huge fan of Hatori’s Ouran High School Host Club series, and have rather enjoyed the first two volumes of this series. I was really excited to see how it had changed, storytelling and art and character, after such a long hiatus.

Firstly, I particularly liked reading the author’s comments in this volume. It was nice to see how the process of getting back into this series was, and how fast Ouran took off and how that changed things for her. Also, I completely understood her horror at reading her own work over again.

Secondly, the artwork was very different. Much better, much prettier. The cover alone shows the difference. The humor was different, almost a little more exaggerated than before, sometimes a little unneeded. The story was also more thoughtful than the first two volumes, which I was surprised by, but really liked. The characters were a little different, particularly Chiyuki—she seemed a little more outgoing and open about her feelings than I thought she was in the first books.

The plot took a much more direct point of Chiyuki and Toya having a relationship than it did before. We met a new character in this volume (although I’m not sure if she’s going to stick around), but mostly the chapters and plotlines seemed more specific for developing the characters, which I liked. There was a lesson for them to learn, and that was obvious, but also not over-done. We also didn't really see as much of the other characters as we did in the first two books; there was some Satsuki and Yami, but not that much. This wasn't necessarily a bad thing, but I did miss them a little bit.

There was also a bonus chapter at the back, written before the hiatus, which really shows the art difference. It was cute, giving some character background for Yamimaru and Toya, and that was nice.

This was a really good volume. I enjoyed reading more of Hatori’s work. There were a lot of changes, and most of them were for the better. I really look forward to seeing how the series wraps up.

A review copy was provided by the publisher, VIZ Media, and Erik Jansen from MediaLab PR. Thank you so, so much!
HASH(0x9e755084) out of 5 stars With Bated Breath Aug. 19 2014
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
After seven long years of waiting, Volume 3 has finally been released to the US; I couldn't be any more ecstatic. I started reading this series back when it first released in '07 and (though an avid fan) was very sad when she dropped it to focus on Ouran High School Host Club. Hatori's art style has changed quite a bit over the years, and I recognize it from her later issues of Host Club. The story seems a bit disjointed from Vol. 2, but I suppose that's to be expected after such a long hiatus. Overall, I am so pleased to have this story finally work towards completion that I couldn't care less about the minor differences. While I will be very sad when this ends at the next volume (I would have loved to see the series go much longer), I can't wait to see how she completes the story in the next volume!
HASH(0x9e750d44) out of 5 stars a series now worth your time! July 16 2014
By Kayuga - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
i re-read the first two volumes in preparation for this one. what an overall improvement hatori has made with this series. shes toned down all the crazy stuff and added in real emotion and atmosphere. satsuki is even less irritating and useless than in the first volumes. the supernatural element has real plot enhancement this time around. im glad she took the time to do ouran host club and really grow as an artist and story.teller. millenium snow now has the potential to grow into a memorable series. in its own right. not just exist as a speed bump on hatori"s road to fame