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  • ISBN-13: 9781598168150
  • Publisher: TOKYOPOP
  • Publication date: 10/2/2007
  • Series: Pixie Pop Series, #3
  • Pages: 208
  • Product dimensions: 7.58 (w) x 5.08 (h) x 0.66 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 11, 2008

    Pixie pop

    I truly enjoyed Pixie Pop Its a cute book but it could have been extended. I'm not into the hardcore manga, But this is a perfect shojo manga, good for someone just starting their otaku collection.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 12, 2007

    Just add a cup of tea

    So... the first Anime I really got into was Sailor Moon. Yeah, pathetic, I know. Girls in short skirts fighting monsters in the name of 'love and justice'. I also liked DBZ a lot, but Sailor Moon was my favorite favorite. After that I started getting into a whole bunch of weird stuff including Metabots and Pokemon and then One Piece and now Naruto. But then... I found Pixie Pop. Okay. I didn't find it. My little sisters did. They had volumes 1 and 2 and went on and on about it whenever they had a spare minute. I'd usually leave the room or tune them out because... gourd. From the title it sounded like an incredibly fluffy manga, and the title made me twitch. 'Still does.' And the covers were all pink and flowered and... stuff. It was about a drink fairy! Drink Fairy! Who comes up with that??? Uh... apparently Ema Toyama does. So the other day I was bored... so bored at home when everyone else was at school. So I snuck over to the cabinet in the bathroom where my fifteen year old sister keeps all of her manga 'and some of mine' and lo and behold there was Pixie Pop. I think I groaned and took it from the shelf in the defense that I hadn't read it yet and I was really. That. Bored. And I read the first one. And liked it. Basically, the plot revolves around 12-year-old 'That was another thing. Twelve?? But then I remembered that my first love was at 11...' Mayu Kousaka, whose mother runs and operates a cafe. 'Mayu is very selective about what she drinks.' She has a very big crush on a boy named Shinya Amamiya, who rejected her on the last day of elementary school. Now they're in middle school, and Mayu is determined to get over him. Yeah. Right. Getting up from a fall that hard isn't easy, and Mayu's pretty content to keep her nose to the asphalt. However, somethign happens that makes her predicament a little more interesting: a drink fairy named Pucho. Pucho is the magical invisible fairy that helps out Mayu's mother in the cafe. She only becomes visible to Mayu when Mayu accidentally drinks the Seven Color Drink, a beverage only powerful drink fairies can brew. It enables them to become human adults. So when Mayu, a 12-year-old human, accidentally drinks it, she inherits the weird power of being able to transform depending on what she drinks. 'For example, water makes her invisible, milk makes her grow, banana juice turns her into a monkey... etc.' Pucho has to stick around to undo the transformations and to collect the seven colors all over again. 'Apparently Mayu's feelings of love become concentrated fairy drink...' Of course, the plot was just as fluffy as I thought it would be, Mayu has her ditzy spots, and you start to wonder where all the flowers and happy bubbles are coming from...?? But I didn't put it down after the first few pages and I found myself picking up the second volume. And then worked myself up because we don't own the third volume, and when I looked online I discovered that the third volume is the final volume... So I went to Barnes and Noble today to look for the third volume 'because I checked online last night and saw that it was 'in stock'...' and there it was. The whole time I was walking on eggshells, ready to deny deny deny to anyone who looked at me strangely. 'The back of the book says 'Teen Age 13+'.' I was prepared with a speech: 'Oh! It's a surprise for my little sisters! They love the series and have been whining about the third volume for months*! So I thought I'd buy it for them!' It really is a story of true love and hope. It didn't make me cry or anything, but I was touched how Mayu was never fazed by anything 'okay, she was, but she never gave up' and continued to love Amamiya with everything she was until he returned her feelings. There is also a great lesson in there for Amamiya about loving... letting go of a hopeless love in exchange for The One that was meant for you all along. So it's about sacrifice, too. Overa

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 31, 2008

    LOV IT

    Lol. I lov Pixie Pop, the only thing that i hated was the fact that volume 3 was the last book.. ( . )

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 11, 2008

    Recommendation

    I believe Pixie Pop to be a very good book. Although I was dissapointed that Volume 3 was the final book, I still thought it was really good. I read really fast, and I usually go through 7-8 mangas in a few hours. Because of that, I re-read my mangas a LOT. Piie Pop is definately a favorite of mine that I have re-read many, many times it never gets boring. And, even if I already know what will happen, taking the journey through Pixie Pop with Mayu and Pucho always brings excitement to the table. I highly recommend this book to anyone.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 21, 2008

    A reviewer

    This book was really nice. i loved the happy ending but i feel it was kinda short or was it me. me,11 years old have been reading alot of comics and i feel the storys are too short. since i read so fast my mom knows i do so she asked me to get another book to go along with that. I couldnt think of another book i wanted to get so that's how i finished it in about 10 minutes. I love the book!! I wish it didnt end

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 17, 2007

    How this Comic Book Attracts People

    It has a great moral. Also, it is a great book with a good drawings. I also think it is a fun story to keep reading, because you cannot stop. It attracts your soul deeply and eats your sadness. It technically makes you laugh and be happy...although Mayu (the main charcter) is a useless wimp not knowing what to do. Except, she makes a great personality to be bright as always. It's a great book, you should read Volume #1! Start TODAY!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 22, 2007

    Sooooooo CUTE!

    I am so sad that this is the last volume in the series. The ending is so happy though. Amamiya-Kun and Mayu-Chan get together and get married later at the end(when they're older of course!:D) But it's sad because Mayu can't see Pucho-Sama anymore! But at the wedding, Pucho get's Mayu's tears of happiness and turns into an adult so everyone can see her(she didn't change AT ALL)Poor Pucho! U gotta read the romantic conclusion to Pixie Pop NOW!!!

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