Angel Sanctuary, Volume 20

Angel Sanctuary, Volume 20

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by Kaori Yuki
     
 

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In this final volume, Setsuna and the high angels have entered the Tower of Etenamenki and approached the throne of God. There they find all secrets revealed--the reason for the creation of angels and demons, the origins of the two wars of Heaven and Hell, and the real whereabouts of Adam Kadamon. Meanwhile, the battle outside the Tower rages on. Sara, still possessed

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In this final volume, Setsuna and the high angels have entered the Tower of Etenamenki and approached the throne of God. There they find all secrets revealed--the reason for the creation of angels and demons, the origins of the two wars of Heaven and Hell, and the real whereabouts of Adam Kadamon. Meanwhile, the battle outside the Tower rages on. Sara, still possessed by the Angel of Destruction Sandalphon, is intent on destroying the Tower and all inside, as a first step in the destruction of all creation. In the face of this onslaught, can Setsuna prevent the Apocalypse and restore the balance of life on Earth?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781421509785
Publisher:
VIZ Media LLC
Publication date:
06/12/2007
Series:
Angel Sanctuary Series, #20
Edition description:
1st Edition
Pages:
224
Sales rank:
660,160
Product dimensions:
7.50(w) x 5.10(h) x 0.70(d)

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The artist and author of many a brilliant stories, including Angel Sanctuary, Blood Hound, Count Cain, Gravel Kingdom, and Boys Next Door

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Angel Sanctuary, Volume 20 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
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Angel Sanctuary as a whole was on of the best manga I've read as far a plot line goes. It's hard to explain, but the series was great and the illustrations phenominal, to the point that I've actually blushed during the antics of Raphael (The Angel Of Wind), and fallen in love with other characters. But I was a bit disappointed with the ending. Though it was good, it wasn't want I'd thought -or wanted- to happen. I had the hardest time reading this book, because I didn't want the series to end, and I must say, I might have been happier not to read this book. Though the ending was happy, I guess I was looking for a different ending. So, it was a fair ending novel to a good series.