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Nabari No Ou, Vol. 3 (Nabari No Ou #3)

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The Hidden World seems less and less hidden as Togakushi Village approaches the ninjas of Banten with a proposition: In return for their help in taking out an eminent scientist-turned-weapons developer in the surface world, Togakushi will hand over their forbidden art scroll. But this job offer comes with strings attached as Togakushi's mind-reading chief holds Banten's de ...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published March 23rd 2010 by Yen Press (first published January 1st 2005)
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Kerry
I have no idea what happened, but I got so bored with this one. At it's core it's great, but there's so much extra going on and such heavy explanation that I found myself nodding off! That right there is a good indicator to put it down.
Martine
For the third one it's a good volume I guess. Plot is happening in which the characters that have been introduced in the previous two installments are used efficiently, there is a little bit of a tension in the "good guys camp" (I'm refering to the group of ninjas around the hero, here) apparently everyone has his secrets and- they're supposed to assassinate someone! Considering that 75% of the group are school kids, that's quite something although I like the way the issue is treated: as a moral ...more
Nidah (SleepDreamWrite)
Well it got a little weird near the end as one of the characters snaps and there's a reason why. On to volume 4.
Corley
Now we're getting somewhere. I really enjoyed the introduction of the Togakushi shinobi and the point their chief plays in the story (really hoping to see her again). And nice ending!
Kristine Pratt
Intense and sometimes hard to follow. I have to concentrate with this story, but have every intention to keep reading. I'll have to see....
Lissibith
A decent volume, with some interesting new characters introduced, but it felt like it was very... talky? A little too talky for my taste.
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