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InuYasha: Mixed Messages (InuYasha #42)

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Historical action and romance from one of Japan’s most beloved creators! L to R (Western Style). N/A Historical Action And Romance From One of Japan's Most Beloved Creators Kagome is a modern Japanese high school girl. Never the type to believe in myths and legends, her world view dramatically changes when, one day, she's pulled out of her own time and into another! There,...more
Paperback, 186 pages
Published November 10th 2009 by VIZ Media LLC (first published October 18th 2005)
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Destiny
Love this series!
Ubalstecha
In this instalment of the Inu Yasha saga, Sesshomaru's sword Tenseiga summons the sword maker Totosai to reforge it, given the change that its owner's soul. The main jist of the book is Inu Yasha and the gang's fight with a tree demon as he continues to try and master the Tetsusaiga. We end with Inu Yasha trying to fight two intertwining demons.

Another solid entry in the series.
Caroline
Another opportunity to do something truly interesting with Inu Yasha during his human phase feels like a cop out, unfortunately. I really do enjoy the idea of him having to struggle with the vulnerable side, but every time it feels like the timing is just perfect that he really doesn't. Still pushing through towards the end of the series, but my interest has definitely waned.
William
The excitement continues to increase as the treacherous plot twists of Naraku seem to multiply. The story line with Sesshomaru is getting increasingly interesting as well. Will he be able to save his lost love and reconcile with Inuyasha? The hints are there, and it will be fun to find out!
2bnallegory
I love this series, by the same author/illustrator as Ranma 1/2. Following the continuing story of half demon, Inuyasha, Japanese for demon dog, in feudal Japan and his human friend from modern Japan. There is a lot to the story back ground but it is a good read and I like the drawing.
Vitor Frazão
A vinheta extra no final de cada capítulo faz toda a diferença na experiência de leitura.
Steph
Jul 04, 2010 Steph rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: saw the anime
Shelves: manga
Love this series!
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