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Fairy Tail 20

Fairy Tail 20 [Kindle Edition]

Hiro Mashima
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ONE SHALL STAND! ONE SHALL FALL! The Alliance and Oracion face off in this climatic battle! Oh ... And did we mention that there is a dragon in this book? There totally is - and he's about to destory EVERYTHING! When the dust settles, what will be left of Fairy Tail? Includes special extras after the story!

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 171136 KB
  • Print Length: 208 pages
  • Publisher: Kodansha Comics (16 July 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #128,425 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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4.0 out of 5 stars Nirvana ends & Edolas begins 26 July 2012
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
This twentieth volume of the 'Fairy Tail' manga sees the conclusion of the Nirvana arc and the beginning of the Edolas arc.

The first half of the volume deals with the destruction of the ancient super-weapon Nirvana as well as the aftermath as the alliance of guilds almost come to blows with the newly reformed Magic Council. As well as this we find out a little more about Wendy's past and discover the truth about her guild Cait Shelter. This has been an entertaining arc with some nice moments throughout and a reasonably emotional ending. Wendy is a nice character who will be sticking around from here on.

Between the two major arcs, the volume has a couple of breather chapters as we are introduced to Gildarts, the most powerful wizard in the guild as he returns for the first time in years and has some interesting news for Natsu. These are some good chapters that expand somewhat on the ranking system the guild uses for quests, as well as giving some more information on dragons.

The final few chapters in this volume see the beginning of the Edolas arc. While I am not the greatest fan of this arc, it does pick up somewhat towards the end but at this early part of the arc it is still setting things up and, although it is a little bit too much of an info dump, it does this reasonably well.

This was a good volume of 'Fairy Tail' that leaves things in an interesting point. Overall the volume deserves a high four stars.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing 6 Jan 2014
By SogeKing - Published on
I was astonished by volume 20 of Fairy Tail. For the past few volumes, I was unsure if I wanted to continue reading this series, seemed to be just a typical formulaic shounen series, just one fight-filled arc after another. To be honest I was starting to get bored and considered dropping this series. Volume 20 revived my interest in a big way and convinced me that Mr. Mashima has quite a few tricks up his sleeve; he has created a series with as much potential as the other popular shounen titles, One Piece, Bleach, and Hunter X Hunter. The beginning of the volume gets off to a somewhat lackluster start, as the Nirvana arc is quickly concluded. It's kind of predictable, as Natsu shows off how awesome he is, and how incredibly powerful he can be (much like Luffy from One Piece) when he gets serious. There were a couple of amazing moments in this book. One was when the true nature of Wendy's guild Cait Shelter is revealed, and how Mashima manages to weave feelings of loss with happiness at the same time, allowing Wendy to take the next step in her life. The other amazing moment involved Jellal and Ezra. Without going into it, I would say it truly shows the depth of Ezra's complicated feelings toward Jellal, confirming what we have suspected all along. Finally we are thrust headlong into a new arc, the "Edolas" arc, where the first thing that happens is we learn more about the nature of the magic cats Happy and Carla. Just overall an amazing emotionally charged installment.
5.0 out of 5 stars One more 17 Oct 2012
By Omar F. - Published on
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Since I am collecting this manga is greath that amazon got good low prices on pre releases since I collect this series is good that I do not have to pay that much
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