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.hack// Legend of the Twilight, Vol. 3 (.hack//Legend of the Twilight #3)

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Shugo and Reina only recently started playing The World, the most advanced online game ever created. Now they're joined by Zefie, a Vagrant AI who acts outside the rules of the game. But the CC Corporation isn't about to let an unstable element run free in The World.
Paperback, 280 pages
Published November 9th 2004 by TokyoPop (first published 2004)
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Jul 11, 2014 Jessica-Robyn rated it 1 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: dedicated .hack//followers
At this point, I'm trying to come up with something to say that isn't just "sigh".

Now, I know that this book has an audience, and I was once part of the audience when I first started my manga reading exploits. But now, completing the last book in the series, coming back to this wasn't worth it. I've left myself feeling incredibly dissatisfied.

This is a classic manga sci-fi set, adventure romp. And I have a feeling if I was a thirteen year-old with a love of all things online, I would probably f
Starkville Public Library Young Adult Section
Twins Shugo and Rena won two limited edition characters models of the legendary ".hacker" characters Kite and Blackrose, and use these characters to enter and play in "The World," the most advanced online game ever made. But when Shugo has a mysterious encounter with a girl names Aura, everything begins to change.
Sep 22, 2008 Mo rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: all peoples who like manga
Recommended to Mo by: no one
WOW another great hack.// book
again the manga was great and the great storyline continued
i liked the way it ended on being like a hero and stuff fun and quick book to read!!!!!!
This one was worth the really long wait. I just adored it.
Marie Graßhoff
Sicherlich nicht mein Lieblingsmanga, aber ich bin eh von allem sehr begeistert, das mit .hack zu tun hat, da bietet dieser Manga hier natürlich keine Ausnahme. Die Idee, die Charaktere der alten Helden aus den Spielen noch einmal mit anderen "Seelen" zu versehen - in diesem Fall ja die beiden Geschwister Rena und Shugo - finde ich sehr interessant, auch wenn ich die Original-Helden lieber mag (Hihi, die zickige Black Rose ist einfach der Wahnsinn :D) Trotzdem ein ganz großes Plus für Balmung, d ...more
It was ok but a little childish compared to what I usually read. reminds me of a MMORPG called Elsword. Funny at times plus loved the random glimpse into the players real life.
Sep 01, 2014 Eddie rated it 3 of 5 stars
Shelves: manga
Good wrap-up of a fun and light-hearted series (Legend of the Twilight). The ending seemed a little anti-climatic, which was somewhat disappointing. Something else that was a little weird -- the second half of the book could effectively be used as advertising propaganda for MMORPGs. I almost felt guilty for not signing on to World of Warcraft right then and there.

Again, very good artwork and fun to read... just a little weird there at the end.
Anime for life!!!
Michelle (In Libris Veritas)
I think I really only like this because The World is cool. I'll admit I don't like Rena or Shugo, though I do like Ouka a lot as well as Meirille. The story is kind of odd too and seems to go in a pointless circle, I think the anime's plot was better in the aspect that it didn't feel like you read it all for nothing. I'll probably try out the other .Hack books to see if there is more to it.
Five stars for a manga because the .hack series is just great. Very relevant and interesting for a world with today's computer games, until an online game like The World comes out.
Better than book two. The ending was great and many of the characters that I viewed in a negative light redeemed themselves. This was a good series!
A fun read, probably moreso if you have played the video games.
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