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Tsubasa 26: RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE Paperback – Apr 27 2010

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 208 pages
  • Publisher: Del Rey (April 27 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 034552070X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0345520708
  • Product Dimensions: 12.6 x 1.7 x 19 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 200 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #398,426 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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About the Author

Douglas R. Fink has been making crossword puzzles for more than fifteen years. He is the author of several puzzle books, including The Everything Large-Print Crosswords Book and The Everything Large-Print Travel Crosswords Book. He is a longtime member of the National Puzzlers? League and a participant in the American Crossword Puzzle Tournament. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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It came very quickly! Though I wished that they have specified that there was a large name written on the book that can sadly cannot be removed.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0xa7947420) out of 5 stars 27 reviews
17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa78e906c) out of 5 stars One of CLAMP's best.... May 10 2005
By thraxzero - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
As the story goes, the mystery involving Princess Emerald (Emeraude in magic Knights...?) is resolved (I won't tell you who's stealing the kiddies, for those who still want to read it)and the three heros, including that white pork bun Mokona, are transported to the next dimension.

Its noted in the back that this one was made to resemble the cultural/technological revolution in japan after the war. Its also kind of reminiscent to Chobits (or maybe thats just me). And as always, there is something wrong with a dimension. This one has mosters called Oni that come out of walls and whatnot. Kurogane and Syaoran become Oni hunters for money and meet with a couple of characters that you might know from X/1999.

Fai, meanwhile, opens a cafe to get information about the new country and thats about where they leave off. Also, Kurogane is warming up to Syaoran slightly. SLIGHTLY. You also find out that Syaoran is blind inone eye, as Kuragane (i love him) points out.

As far as the product, the illustrations are awesome (but you can only expect that from CLAMP) and the script is interesting and doesn't get monotanous (or have to explain things over and over again.... You know what I mean).

I highly recommend this series,especially if you read CLAMP before because their characters often come up with different roles in this series (its so exciting when you find one you know!). Also, I guess you are supposed to read xxxHolic as a complement to this, as events in either one cross over with the other. I have xxxHolic vol. 3 and think that is cool as well, but this has more adventure and "action" where as the other has a stationary setting to it.

overall, it was very good, but get the volumes before this first. Don't go out of order (i don't care if you like this cover better... you won't really know what's going on!)
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa78e90c0) out of 5 stars Endgame April 27 2010
By Kellyannl - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
The last few volumes of Tsubasa have been only so-so, but now we get a most definite payoff as the guys' multi-volume ultimate battle with Fei Wang Reed begins.

Before it starts, Syaoran finishes his full disclosure, and in a touching segment receives his "punishment" from his caring foster parents. It's also a red-letter volume for Holic fans, as we finally learn the connection between Syaoran and Kimihiro Watanuki - and it's worth noting that the guys are not yet aware at this point of the monumental events which have just taken place over in Holic.

But what this volume is really all about is the guys finally, finally catching up to Fei Wang Reed - and it delivers in full as Syaoran faces his newly-arrived clone and Kurogane and Fai have a go at making mincemeat out of the big bad himself.

This is not the sheer poetry of the Acid Tokyo arc, but it's exactly what we want at this point. Kurogane and Fai's one-liners as they close in make you want to shout and cheer, knowing what this monster has put them through and seeing them face him down, no longer the boys whose lives he ruined. We get a few frames of Fai in full vampire mode compensating for the loss of his magic (and for the first time in the series actually scarier than Kurogane!), and the look on Kurogane's face says everything we know about how long he's been waiting for this. The volume ends with the conclusion of the Syaoran clone storyline, which ends, perhaps, the only way it could have.

As opposed to the last volume of Holic, after which we need some time to collect ourselves, the next volume of Tsubasa can't come soon enough.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa78e94f8) out of 5 stars They keep getting better Aug. 28 2005
By Jen V - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
The best thing about CLAMP's work is their characters, you can always find someone to sympathize with or root for, and they always stay true to themselves and grow with the story! This series has been great since some of my favorites from other series have dropped in in each volume. There is sweet poignant moment between Sakura and Saoran and, of course the introduction of the enigmatic Seishiro from X 1999 and Tokyo Babylon. Great Stuff! I can't wait for the next one!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
A Kid's Review - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
tee hee, they all get drunk in this volume!! ^_^ except kuro-rin. i love it. with all my heart.

and kurogane almost kills fai for REAL!!!! until the clover bartender-san *lol* comes out and saves the day--for asking him pretty much not to kill anybody right in front of the bar XD

all in all TOTALLY AWSOME VOLUME--rocks my socks off!!!
HASH(0xa78e9798) out of 5 stars My Favorite Volume Yet Aug. 26 2005
By Mary Mead - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Oh man guys. Tsubasa RC vol. 6 is probably my favorite volume of the released volumes. There's definitely a missing scene between the end of volume 5 and the beginning of volume 6, but I'm pretty sure it's just a small fight scene with the oni which is where Shaoran gets hurt. Volume 6 has so many crossover (not quite the right term, but oh well) character and references that I was grinning to myself throughout almost the entire volume. Del Rey does a pretty good job of explaining where most of the characters came from originally. Plus, one of my all-time favorite CLAMP characters, Seishiro Sakurazuka, has a big role which I have a feeling will get bigger. He is part of Shaoran's past and has somehow come to Oto and is controlling the oni for some reason yet unknown. It may have something to do with the two vampire twins (I'll give you three guesses as to who the TWINS are)that he was chasing when Seishiro first me Shaoran. As always, there are the heart-wrenchingly cute moments between Shaoran and Sakura, a rather angsty moment for Fai, Kurogane almost killing Fai (what else is new?), and Mokona generally being Mokona. The one scene of Fai angst is really good and although it may crush a few hopes of Fai/Kurogane fans, I think it's about time Fai dropped his mask a little. Oh, and the drunk scene is definitely not to be missed. Sakura and Fai are so funny! All in all, definitely my favorite volume. A lot happens, even though they don't find a feather or change worlds, and it definitely leaves me hungry and anxious for volume 7 this october.

Oh, CLAMP's kawaii cat shows us too!


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