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Tsubasa, Volume 9
     

Tsubasa, Volume 9

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by Clamp
 

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IN THE GOD’S HANDS

Five friends continue their desperate search for Princess Sakura’s memories, which have been scattered across parallel worlds in the form of magically potent feathers. But this time Syaoran and Sakura are pulled from a tumultuous land where two factions battle over a statue of the God of Calamity–and into the realm of that

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IN THE GOD’S HANDS

Five friends continue their desperate search for Princess Sakura’s memories, which have been scattered across parallel worlds in the form of magically potent feathers. But this time Syaoran and Sakura are pulled from a tumultuous land where two factions battle over a statue of the God of Calamity–and into the realm of that very god! Now they find themselves on one side of a long, bloody conflict between two gods and their minions. Unfortunately the experienced fighters in their band, Fai and Kurogane, seem to be aligned with the opposition. In a war where the only ending is the death of a god, how can Syaoran and Sakura hope to stay alive?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780345484291
Publisher:
Random House Publishing Group
Publication date:
04/25/2006
Series:
Tsubasa Series , #9
Pages:
192
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 7.51(h) x 0.58(d)
Age Range:
13 - 17 Years

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Tsubasa, Volume 9 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
i recommend this series to those who want to try somethin new, love CLAMP, or just want to see what it's about. The book is amazing and I love it. What will happen next to Syoaran, Fai, Sakura, and Kurogane when the venture to the castle on the moon? Too bad Fei-Wang Reed can't see. It's a page turner alright and is very interesting. It feeds the brain the complex imaginative story that it wants. I would say it has suspense and action.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Tsubasa is a great fun to read, especially if you have an amazing, compassionately fire burning for CLAMP. CLAMP is amazing, spewing out stories that a novel would never be able to come up with. Magical, exciting, & full of awesome fight scenes, Tsubasa is reccommended for any person, male or female, wanting a little romance, action, or both.
Guest More than 1 year ago
this volume's pretty good...continues right from where the eighth left off ^_^ unlike the fifth to the sixth.... anyway, this volume has a KAWAII~~~ sakura/syaoran moment *muscle memory! ^_^* so its a must-have. its a little more violent than some of the other volumes....well, they're in the middle of a war, so there tends to be violence there. anyway, good read.