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message 1: by Hylian Princess , Hylian-Chan (last edited Aug 26, 2009 08:06PM) (new)

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Tsubasa RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE, Volume 1 by Clamp Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle Volume 1

Syaoran is a young archaeologist investigating a nearby ruin. Sakura has a vision of a mysterious symbol Syaoran found in the ruins. When she visits Syaoran in the ruins the next day, she stands on the symbol opening a secret room and disappears into it. Syaoran chases after and finds her with a pair of ghostly wings being pulled into the wall. He rescues her, but then her wings disintegrate into feathers that scatter across dimensions. The High Priest of Clow Kingdom, Yukito, immediately realizes that Sakura's "feathers" were the manifestation of her soul; without them, she will die.

Yukito sends the two to the Dimensional Witch, Yūko. There he meets Kurogane, a rough-mannered ninja who wishes to return to his home after being banished from his world by Princess Tomoyo in order to learn what true strength is, and Fay D. Flourite, a magician who fled his world and wishes never to return.In order to gain the power to cross dimensions, each must pay with what he or she values most. Kurogane pays with his family's heirloom, the sword Ginryū. Fay pays with the tattoo on his back that suppresses his magical power. Syaoran and Sakura pay with their relationship; even if Syaoran is able to retrieve all of Sakura's memories, she will never remember him. When the three agree to her terms, Yūko present them with the one of two creatures named Mokona Modoki who holds the power to cross dimensions. The group of five then set out on their journey across dimensions in search of Sakura's feathers.

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message 2: by Hylian Princess , Hylian-Chan (last edited Aug 26, 2009 08:08PM) (new)

Hylian Princess  (hylianprincess) | 400 comments Mod
If you don't want any spoilers, I recommend not reading any more than I have given you. I myself read something I wish I hadn't, because it ruined part of the book for me. Maybe if I stop thinking about it, I can forget before it is permanently etched in my brain....

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