Rurouni Kenshin, Vol. 24: The End of Dreams [NOOK Book]

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To defeat an enemy in combat is one thing. To destroy an enemy's spirit by striking at what he holds dearest is another. Kenshin always felt that, so long as he wielded a sakabat├┤, those within his sight could be protected from harm, yet while he is incapacitated by the gargantuan Kujiranami of the "Six Comrades," Enishi seizes upon the opportunity to cripple Kenshin's resolve, and will to fight, for good. If Kaoru dies, will Kenshin's dream of a new Japan die with her?

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Rurouni Kenshin, Vol. 24: The End of Dreams

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Overview

To defeat an enemy in combat is one thing. To destroy an enemy's spirit by striking at what he holds dearest is another. Kenshin always felt that, so long as he wielded a sakabat├┤, those within his sight could be protected from harm, yet while he is incapacitated by the gargantuan Kujiranami of the "Six Comrades," Enishi seizes upon the opportunity to cripple Kenshin's resolve, and will to fight, for good. If Kaoru dies, will Kenshin's dream of a new Japan die with her?

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781421546551
  • Publisher: VIZ Media
  • Publication date: 2/6/2012
  • Series: Rurouni Kenshin Series , #24
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: VIZ Rating: T+
  • Pages: 205
  • Sales rank: 241,253
  • File size: 74 MB
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Meet the Author

Nobuhiro Watsuki earned international accolades for his first major manga series, Rurouni Kenshin, about a wandering swordsman in Meiji Era Japan. Serialized in Japan's Weekly Shonen Jump from 1994 to 1999, Rurouni Kenshin quickly became a worldwide sensation, inspiring a spin-off short story ("Yahiko no Sakabato"), an animated TV series, and several animated movies. Watsuki's latest series, Buso Renkin, also available in English from VIZ Media, began publication in Weekly Shonen Jump in June 2003.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 21, 2006

    I nearly had a spaz attack. Honest

    I was so shocked!!!! I am not going to say what happened, but it will break your heart. I am also pretty annoyed with Sanosuke and his mood swing. (Bipolar, much??) I wonder who the old man is though...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 7, 2006

    Good, but not as good as usual

    Watsuki changes the personalities of some characters dramitcally in this one, some for the better, and some for the worse. I'd have to say the two biggest changes were Sanosuke's feelings about Kenshin, and Aoshi's 'answer' to how he must spend his life after meditating for the past few volumes. Defenitely a glorification of Aoshi in this one.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 26, 2006

    If Kamiya Kaoru dies,will Kenshin Himura stop Fighting

    This book is a great manga for anyone who has read the rest of the Rurouni Kenshin mangas.This book involves Kenshin,Kaoru,Yahiko,Sanosuke,Aoshi,Misao(come back from Kyoto).

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