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King of Thorn 4 (King of Thorn #4)

4.08 of 5 stars 4.08  ·  rating details  ·  262 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Kasumi awakens from a cryogenically frozen state to find herself in a strangeand treacherous world. Older teens.
Paperback, 132 pages
Published May 6th 2008 by TokyoPop (first published September 25th 2004)
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En ésta entrega está casi todo el meollo del asunto. Se nos explica todo lo que ocurrió previamente a la entrada de nuestros protagonistas en las instalaciones acondicionadas del castillo para hibernar y curarse, así del porqué de los animales, demás peligros y ruinas del castillo en el presente. Así mismo, se nos da la clave y origen de los personajes ( no sin alguna que otra sorpresa por resolver) importantes de la historia, el significado real de Medusa y de quién está detrás de todo el desas ...more
Gabriel Wallis
I'm not really sure what happened with the storyline. I've read the last three graphic novels, and, all of a sudden, the story takes a drastic turn. And I'm not sure if it's for the better or the worse. I liked where the storyline was going, and now it's gotten a little too far-fetched for me. They introduced a little boy-type creature with a tail (can't really see the features of the thing), which looks like something from Black Butler to me, and started giving details to the storyline that I d ...more
The horror surrounding the small band of Medusa survivors deepens as they fight to keep sane- and alive. When a newfound video reveals the secret of Medusa to Kasumi and the others, will it give them hope, or simply plunge them further into despair? And why does Marco seem to know more about their situation than the others, and why was he chosen to infiltrate the mysterious "Level Four"?
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