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Tsubasa RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE, Tome 8 (Tsubasa: RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE #8)

4.29 of 5 stars 4.29  ·  rating details  ·  2,223 ratings  ·  26 reviews

Princess Sakura's memories are scattered across multiple dimensions - and now she and Syaoran are part of an unlikely group of friends traveling from world to world to find them. Unfortunately the memories have been transformed into immensely powerful magical feathers, and those who possess them are seldom willing to give them up without a fight.
Paperback, 192 pages
Published February 17th 2006 by Pika
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I don't usually post more than once when I'm reading a series, especially manga, because it all goes so fast and is usually pretty consistent.

But with this story, as with the parallel-universe story of Xxxholic, I find it gets better as it goes along. Volumes 6, 7 and this one have showed increasing originality and interest in the plots, as well as new insights into the characters--particularly our hero, young Syoran.

We learn a bit more about Syoran's history and his feelings about having no mem
Me ha costado trabajo terminarlo, es un tomo bastante tedioso y un poco aburrido, tiene unas cuantas partes graciosas pero no me parecieron suficientes como para que destaque de los tomos anteriores.
Consta de dos aventuras, la primera es cuando llegan a un lugar habitado por extrañas criaturas parecidas a conejos.
Que a pesar de ser una historia muy corta ha tenido partes que me han gustado mucho, tiene bastantes situaciones graciosas y nos presenta otra cualidad de Sakura, que seguramente servir
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I've watched the anime, but i figured that it would be much better if i read the manga. So, i did :)

Kamui's lover!

I gave this manga 5 cute stars! Thumbs up :))

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Well there you have it :)
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Sakura still spends a lot of time being rescued, which stands out to me because she's a princess and the only frequently-appearing female character. At least in this volume she gets to be useful with the whirlwind.

Also, I love that Fai doesn't feel the need to leap into the dangerous fighting-type missions. Considering that he's a mage stripped of his magic, he's already maybe kind of a bit better at combat than he should be, so I'm glad that:

A. It seems (to me) implied that Kurogane is better a
I really loved the scarffed rabbits they were SOOOOOOOO CUTE!!!
In this volume we visit two worlds the first one was WAY too fast that Fai thinks there was something fishy about it and another one also a good one full fo hot chikcs on circus and two teams each team has a god they worship and each god is against the other. We don't get to know that much about the world of Sharha or Sarha (whatever) I guess we will figure out in the next volume.
Kurtis Burkhardt
I love this manga!! The art and story are so beautiful. :)
I have one gripe with this one. CLAMP drops Fai and Kurogane out of the story into another realm for six months, but don't fill in any details about them. They were stuck in a place where only Kurogane could talk with the natives, and of course, since they had no Mokona he can't communicate with Fai. I would like to know what happened to them. Other than that, it was a wonderful story, just felt like it had a hole in this one. Still, I can't wait to dig into the next one.
Syaoran and Co. move on to a country full of adorable bunny-like creatures who are being terrorized by a mysterious whirlwind, then to the Country of Shara where women of an acting troupe fight the men of a shrine, each with their own god statues. And one of the gods looks strangely like Fai's king from his own country... not much of a hint about Fai's past there, but something is clearly bothering him.

Also, Syaoran is made to dress up like a girl.
Furry people land was a little odd, but it felt like a little "intermission."

The set up for the next country - the country of Shara - seemed a little rushed for me, but I did like the new conflict set up with Syaoran, Sakura and Mokona on different sides from Fai and Kurogane due to their separation when they landed in Shara.
Loving the background on Syaoran's past and not remembering any memories from before he was adopted. Also, a mysterious person who's in the tank is identical to him. 5 stars on the action, and plot, the characters grew in this one.
Sarah Sammis
Journey to another made up world, this time with a whirlwind and sentient rabbits. It was too easy. Everyone's suspicious. Then the start of the Shara tale with the dual gods: Yasha and Ashura (who are also from RG Veda. Another instance of the missing right eye.
October 2013: 4 Stars
I didn't find the new worlds as interesting as the other ones, although Fai's remarks on the world of the whirlwind were interesting...
Favourite part was probably the short story at the end, the Mokona "Bonus Episode". Hilarious!! xD
I'm happy to see that Sakura has been growing into a more assertive, strong character as this series goes on. The first storyline with the country full of furry creatures seemed a bit out of place and rushed, but the second half was a lot better.
Angi M
This one's kind of confusing & hard to follow. Sakura, Syoaran, & Mokona get separated from Fai & Kurogane so the story is split, plus there's a lot of weird dialogue backtracking. But I'm totally hooked on this story now!
I loved the fact that a big part of this volume focused on Fye and Kurogane. When Kurogane asked about Ashura and Fye grew so sad... But the bunny-people were incredibly cute!
Amy Gideon
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[Ch. 50-57]

I like this new arc. I like the new two places they've been in this volume and I'm excited to see what happens next.
best series ever!!!!!! it was so cute and funny. I agree the book is a whole lot better than the show
Alexander Case
Very good book, I like the new universe from this volume, and I'll have a review up on Bureau42 on the 25th.
Love the art and writing style of Clamp. Must read for manga and fantasy lovers.
Aug 29, 2007 Zoie rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Anyone
(See book 1 review for a complete review of this series)
Nov 16, 2008 Vivian rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: manga lovers
The group is searching to find more feathers.
See my review for volume 1.
I like rabbit-people...
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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]

CLAMP originally began in 1989 as a twelve-member dōjinshi circle, but by 1990, the circle had diminished from
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