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Tsubasa: RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE, Vol. 3 (Tsubasa: RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE #3)

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Sakura is awake, but she remembers almost nothing–certainly not Syaoran, who has sacrificed everything to help her. Accompanied by the happy-go-lucky Fai, the intense Kurogane, and the strikingly odd creature Mokona Modoki, Sakura and Syaoran make their way into a new universe where a traveling magician has suddenly become fr
Paperback, 196 pages
Published October 26th 2004 by Del Rey (first published December 15th 2003)
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This volume was lots of action. I don't like action scenes, wish more character development. Fai and Kurogane duo were hilarious. Syaoran is a mystery to me. Sakura is still powerless. Mokone is cutie!
In this volume we look for Sakura's memory feathers in Koryo! Korea, most likely.
I read the volume with its anime soundtrack, great experience again.
Looking forward to unraveling the mysteries.
Nov 05, 2009 Nic rated it really liked it
Shelves: graphic-novel
First, great big sparkly hearts for Fai. I love that he can't whistle, but says "wheet woo" instead. Tee hee!

I have to say that I wish there'd been something - a throwaway line about living alone and needing to protect himself, ANYTHING - to explain Syaoran's crazy fight skillz. Why can a young archaelogist take on giants and crowds of people all at once? And be seemingly indestructible? The Powah of Love can really only excuse so much awesome.

It also kinda bums me out how, even aside from the f
Jessica Headlee
Jul 30, 2016 Jessica Headlee rated it really liked it
Almost immediately after the volume starts the action begins. I was a little disappointed that our heroes weren’t in this new world long enough to get to know it like the previous world before fighting for the next feather. Sure, you get to understand a brief outline of their government and the importance of magic, but other than that theirs not much else described to the reader. While this might be okay for most people, I do love it when the creators go into more depth with the places their cha ...more
Conan Tigard
Nov 16, 2015 Conan Tigard rated it it was amazing
Tsubasa: RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE - Volume 3 is another excellent addition to this manga series. I was a little bummed that the kudan cannot be invoked in the Koryo, as I though the kudan was totally cool. Still, there is a lot of fighting in the book with the son of Ryanban and a lot of magic to be beheld.

Clamp, once again, proves himself to be a wonderful writer and has quite the imagination. I really like all of the action scenes that he has has drawn and the translation into English reads well.
Feb 16, 2014 Chivitouille rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: manga, 2014
Aunque al principio no termino de encantarme mucho este tomo situado en un mundo nuevo, hay elementos que lo vuelven interesante, pudiese parecer que la trama principal que es el buscar las plumas de Sakura de pueda convertir en algo monótono y aburrido, pero es ahí donde las CLAMP hacen uso de personajes nuevos y de no desvelar toda la información sobre los protagonistas, para mantener el interés, misterio y la curiosidad.
Hay muchas cosas que esconde Fye y es en este tomo donde me pareció más i
Oct 28, 2008 Vivian rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: manga lovers
Kurogane and Fai are from different dimensions as well and they also went to the witch for their wish to come true.Eventually,they went with Syaoran to get feathers(Sakura's memory)back from other dimensions in the world.Mokona Modoki is a little pet that takes them to different dimensions to find the feathers and when there is a feather near by,it'll know.
Nike Linarto
Jun 16, 2011 Nike Linarto rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: manga
The adventure continues to Koryo (maybe parallel dimension of Korea?). Syaoran and friends meet Chunyan, whose mother was killed by the evil lyan ban (district ruler). Mokona sense Sakura's feather aura inside lyan ban's castle, so Syaoran and Kuroganes have to defeat the evil lyan ban in order to take Sakura's feather back.
May 10, 2009 Kati rated it really liked it
The mystery deepens. Fye and Kurogane fight side by side so well. And I wonder what's up with Fye and the king sleeping on the bottom of the ocean. It seems like the king is the only thing that Fye is really afraid of.
Aug 28, 2008 Heather rated it really liked it
Shelves: manga
I looove the town with the golden haired ghost! All the clothes make me think of some romantic french ghost story. I love Tsubasa. I think it's great how all their manga series have found a way to meet!
Aug 02, 2009 Julie rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: Cardcaptor Sakura fans, CLAMP fans
Again, CLAMP keeps up their run of interesting worlds; this one uses a variant of another character they have used in the past - Chun'yan (spellings vary with translation) from The Legend of Chun Hyang.
Angi M
Jul 25, 2008 Angi M rated it really liked it
Shelves: graphic
Time for another trip to the library -already- I should have gotten a few more of these :) I like Syaoran. And Tsubasa is just fun to say. This one's a lot less cheesy than Chunchu, but more for kids.
Dec 20, 2014 Jaimie rated it liked it
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Jul 26, 2011 Mary rated it really liked it
Shelves: own
I really despised the two main antagonists. I got this book in Japantown in SanFransisco and LOVED it:)
Feb 25, 2009 Jenn rated it really liked it
Shelves: manga-artbooks
Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle, Volume 3 by CLAMP (2004)
Aug 29, 2007 Zoie rated it really liked it
(See book 1 review for a complete review of this series)
Sep 23, 2008 Taylor rated it it was amazing
Sarah Sammis
Jul 07, 2012 Sarah Sammis rated it it was ok
Volume 3 of Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle by CLAMP was almost my breaking point. The Scooby gang having succeeded in the land of the Pokemon go to Koryo. As always, the feather is causing someone or something to have too much power and they have to defeat that someone before they can recover the feather.

It's a land of power derived from mirrors and will play a pivotal role later (something I didn't know when I was reading this volume). It's a world that on the surface looks somewhat feudal Japan.
Tina Olah
Jul 15, 2016 Tina Olah rated it liked it
Nothing really amazing, though it makes for a nice light read. Clamp's art is always great to look at.
Oct 21, 2014 Elizabeth rated it it was amazing
Shelves: manga-comics
The crew continues to look for feathers to recover Sakura's memories. Am really enjoying the series so far.
These volumes really do just go too quick! That would be fine, if the library had the next volume ready for me to read.
Scott Roberts
Nov 22, 2014 Scott Roberts rated it it was amazing
Shelves: tsubasa
The book cover looks nice.
Feather Mista
Feb 10, 2012 Feather Mista rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Manguistas, en especial a los clampistas.
Recommended to Feather by: Que estaba ahí
Sigue siendo una serie disfrutable, aunque repite virtudes y errores de tomos anteriores. Y aunque en partes ni dibujo ni historia se entienden (y eso que leí Chunyan, en cuyo mundo transcurre la gran mayoría de este tomo), dejan buen sabor de boca general. Ahora a ver cuándo tengo a mano el 4 para continuarlo o si antes me pongo a tratar de actualizarme con xxxHolic, que sigue gustándome bastante más que TRC.
Jul 16, 2011 Heather rated it liked it
Shelves: fantasy, japan, manga
I liked Koryo better than the Hanshin Country, but was a little skeptical about Syaoran basically getting his leg from the knee down burned with an acid-like substance and then continuing to fight. And what happened to their wounds once it was all over, anyway? Syaoran practically lost a leg. They kind of gloss over that.
Jul 02, 2012 Ash rated it liked it
Shelves: read-manga
I don't know but the world that they are currently in is not as interesting as the first so I was a bit disappointed and Sayoran looks darker and more depressed which isnt that fun probably angry that his love doesnt remember him. Still a good read and I still can't wait to read the next volume.
Dec 21, 2009 Caroline rated it liked it
Shelves: read-in-2009, manga
I'm still rather enjoying the premise of this, but I'm finding myself somewhat disappointed that the story is basically a bunch of big fight scenes with Syaoran once again saving the day. It still is only Volume 3, so hopefully things shape up to be more interesting soon.
Camila Shimada
Aug 14, 2013 Camila Shimada rated it really liked it
me gusta mucho el primer mundo q visitan...y bueno me lleve la sorpresa con q la parte en q sakura se encuentra con el bando enemigo fue solo del anime..en fin he sufrido caleta ;-;
Sep 13, 2013 Jocelyne rated it really liked it
September 2013: 4.5 Stars (Shown as 4)
Great follow up :) although the new dimension takes some getting used to, overall, it's very interesting! The characters just keep improving too! ^_^
Oct 20, 2012 Ashley rated it it was amazing
It is a love series, but without the romantic and the drama. it is really intense and has a lot of action. In this book, you learn how each character's pro skills.
Dec 13, 2010 Izlinda rated it liked it
Shelves: manga, supernatural
I like how they round up the previous adventure in the beginning of a new volume then set the stage for a new country.

I also like the fish scale story. :D
Apr 14, 2008 Taylor rated it liked it
Shelves: manga, shonen
This series really teases you - the volumes end right in the middle of something big! Well, I suppose it makes me want to read more.
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Ookawa Nanase 大川七瀬
[born: 2 May 1967; bloodtype: A]

Mokona Apapa もこなあぱぱ
[born: 16 Jun 1968, Oosaka-metropolis, Kyouto; bloodtype: A]

Nekoi Mick 猫井みっく
[born: 21 Jan 1969, Oosaka-metropolis, Kyouto; bloodtype: O]

Igarashi Satsuki 五十嵐さつき
[born: 8 Feb 1969, Oosaka-metropolis, Kyouto; bloodtype: A]

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