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犬夜叉 9 (InuYasha #9)

4.25 of 5 stars 4.25  ·  rating details  ·  1,419 ratings  ·  20 reviews
It isn't only demons who can gain power from the Shikon jewel, as Kagome, Inu-Yasha, and their companions see when they fall afoul of the hideous "Peach Man." Meanwhile, there are even more mysteries of the jewel to be uncovered, as they meet a village of warriors dedicated to fighting the demons the jewel creates.
185 pages
Published by 小学館 (first published January 18th 1999)
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Erika McReynolds
This has been my favorite one so far.
Meera Reed
Oh, the memories!
This particular one I read over and over, I was so fascinated by the character developement and themes taken up in this one. As a teenager, I loved the mix of jerk and brave hero in Inu Yasha, among a thousand other things, and I love this series still! Anyways, No. 9 was definitely one of my favourites.
Galion Public Library Teens
Review by K.K.: "In this one, InuYasha's team goes up against the man eating demon called the Peach Man. (Ha Ha!) Anyone who likes action will love this like I do."
Desi Ariyanis
I like kikkyo but I think Kagome and Inuyasha is perfect for each other <3 
During the period of time Kagome is supposed to be studying for a mock entrance exam, she, Inuyasha, Shippo, and Miroku encounter the Peach Man-- a former human that had become so evil he turned into a demon and now harvests human heads.

Later, Kagome, Inuyasha, and the gang hear rumours of a demon exterminator village that was once the original home of the Shikon Jewel.
They set off to find the village in hopes of collecting more shards, and learn the origin of the Jewel...
Der erste Teil mit dem Eremiten war nicht so mein Fall. Ich kenne diese Episode aus dem Anime echt schon in- und auswendig. Aber natürlich reißt Sangos Auftauchen wieder einiges heraus. Ich kann es kaum abwarten, dass sie zu der Truppe dazustößt. Außerdem gefällt mir Naraku als Schlossherr sehr gut...
I really enjoyed the first story arc in here, revolving around the utter creepiness of the "Peach Man." A lot of this series has felt more light-hearted than the first volume, so it was nice to see it returning to the down-right creepy and scary roots of the first volume.
Vitor Frazão
Mais por causa da edição em questão do que por culpa do autor, os desenhos deste volume foram fracos. Por outro lado, é a primeira aparição da taijiya Sango e temos um excelente combate contra Tokajin.
AAAAAAGGGGGGHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!THIS BOOK IZ THE BEST!!!!!!!!!!!!!READ IT!!!!!!!!
An interesting development in the series marks this fine continuation of the series.
I like this episode because inuyasha's not in his half-demon form.
Sakura Yue Michaelis
Mmmmm, another one who wants to kill Inuyasha....
Another great installment in this manga series.
super creepy peach guy
Nov 27, 2008 Steph rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: fans of Rumiko Takahashi
Shelves: manga
A great manga series.
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