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Tsubasa: RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE, Volume 25 (Tsubasa: RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE #25)

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As the Princess Sakura’s seventh birthday approaches, Syaoran travels from another world to meet her. But Sakura has a powerful enemy who plans to condemn the pretty young princess to death. Will Syaoran save her? In this thrilling volume, Syaoran and Sakura’s long-hidden past is finally revealed!

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Paperback, 183 pages
Published January 26th 2010 by Del Rey
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Continuamos con la explicación del pasado de Syaoran y de su llegada al país de Clow.
El encuentro con Sakura y la convivencia que tienen crean un entorno muy bonito y tierno, pero detrás de este tiempo de tranquilidad se avecinan muchos cambios en su futuro, los cuales empezarán a ocurrir al final del viaje de Syaoran.

Mientras están conviviendo ella tiene una visión relacionada con las ruinas, lugar donde está realizando su purificación; éste es un ritual que no se puede interrumpir una vez que
Sakura and Syaoran return, but they're not the people you know. Sakura is the princess of Clow - and possessor of a mysterious, misunderstood power that promises to change the world. Syaoran is her childhood friend and leader of the archaeological dig that took his father's life. They reside in an alternate reality... where whatever you least expect can happen - and does. When Sakura ventures to the dig site to declare her love for Syaoran, a puzzling symbol is uncovered - which triggers a remar ...more
Love the art and writing style of Clamp. Must read for manga and fantasy lovers.
Riadun Adnan Samouzier
Ceritanya makin seru tapi juga makin membingungkan. Saya bahkan telah membacanya melalui manga scan berbahasa inggris tapi karena saya mengikuti manga ini dari awal banget dan tentu saja saya sangat ngefans dengan CLAMP. Niat untuk meng-clearkan kebingungan saya membaca manga scan karena memang bahasa inggris saya jelek tapi membaca versi Indonesianya masih membingungkan. Membutuhkan pemikiran yang seriua untuk mengerti hubungan antara tokoh-tokoh di CLAMP Universe.
The 'truth" behind Syaoran and Sakura, though I use that term loosely. For the most part it's more of a sequence of events that just happens in the past instead of explaining the present.
Also, the villain appears, stage left, twirling his mustache and sneering. If there's a stereotypical villain, Fei Wang would be it.
Though, my biggest question would be, "Why did Syaoran flinch?"
Amy Gideon
Syaoran and Sakura's past is further revealed. It's a past that is familiar and yet different from the other Syaoran's and Sakura's past. I really enjoyed this one.

Please visit my blog for a full review of the series: http://perksofbeinganotakuwallflower.....
[Ch. 192-200]

Sakura and Syaoran's life are both so tragic. I love them both so much and for them to go through SO MUCH together, it makes you really root for them. The first time I read the ending, I swear I was about to cry. My heart hurted so bad.
Dec 2013 - Another important volume that includes backstory. Much better upon second reading as it makes a little more sense.
Eh, I didn't feel this volume. It told us how Shaolan and Sakura met. But it felt too long, too dragged out, too... wordy. But it was nice to see Toya and Yukito and Sakura's parents again, that's true.
One of the things that impress me the most about CLAMP is how all their backgrounds are hand-drawn and, at least it looks to me, they're done by CLAMP as well as opposed to some poor assistants.
For a remarkably variable (and convoluted) series, these last two volumes are easily some of the best in the series--it's nice to see CLAMP bringing their A-game to the final storyline.
This will probably not end up being one of my favorite CLAMP series, but it has its moments as the creators give us alternate views of characters they have created over the years.
The cover is showing yay! Isn't it pretty? *_*

yay! book comes out November 17th! IN JAPANESE! :D

waiting, and waiting, for chapter 205!
Bianca Woods
The art continues to be astounding, but you can't read this series without feeling it's gotten pretty convoluted at this point.
I read this book in a rush in a Borders (before it was closed, darn it). I was relieved to see the backstory revealed.
This volume made sense and everything, but it's clearly gearing up (and providing background) for the big finale.
December 2013: 4 Stars
In a roundabout way, everything is starting to make sense...
Rea K
I'm really confused about everything that's happened or is happening.
So good, but even more confusing than the rest of the series. Yikes.
See my review for volume 1.
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