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Tsubasa, Volume 22: Reservoir Chronicle (Reservoir Chronicles Tsubasa) Paperback – 7 Jul 2009


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  • Paperback: 192 pages
  • Publisher: Del Rey Books (7 July 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0345510380
  • ISBN-13: 978-0345510389
  • Product Dimensions: 12.6 x 1.5 x 19 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 389,527 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr. P. N. C. Jay on 27 Oct 2009
Format: Paperback
After all the tragedy of the last three books, our travellers have a brief respite in a place with friends. Wounds are healed and relationships mended, to some degree, while Syaoran and the others hope to find a way to help Sakura. But before they can, an old friend returns... but Syaoran must fight him to win back a feather containing Sakura's precious memories. Only once he wins can he hope to find her missing soul, and perhaps reunite with his "other self"!
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By amber on 5 Feb 2013
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I would recommend this product to any Tsubasa fan!
It is just simply great like the rest of the volumes.
Perfect condition, and very fast delivery
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High Noon 8 July 2009
By Kellyannl - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Tsubasa is, of course, the story of a teenage couple finding their way back to eachother. But it has also become the story of a man with a violent past becoming the good, noble person he was meant to be and a kind, gentle man learning that he deserves to be happy. This volume, weaving a mind-numbing number of plot threads, is perhaps most notable for the end of the loving high-stakes poker game between Kurogane and Fai which began in Oto.

With his curses negated, his obligations to his twin and Ashura ended - albeit admittedly not in the ways he would have wanted - and Sakura's body retrieved, it would seem on the surface that Fai was having what for him amounts to a rather good day. But that would be too much luck for him, and we all saw what happened in the last frames of the last volume as he registered what Kurogane has done to himself to enable him to drag Fai through the space-time portal with him.

Fai has finally found the one who will take him along - but the price is high.

Kurogane has made an appallingly huge gamble. If he doesn't make it, he has condemned Fai to an even more gruesome and agonizing fate on top of unbearable guilt; and the kids will face the loss of not just one but both of their foster parents as Fai starves to death and follows him. Everything now hinges on whether or not the gang has landed in an area of a world in which Kurogane can be rushed to a severe trauma center capable of dealing with his injury in time...

The resolution is extremely clever, ending our suspense immediately and then jumping to a series of flashbacks revealing just what has happened, but things don't end there. Several other people now come into play as things heat up for Syaoran. The first is a familiar and welcome face in the form of a thin, benevolent teenage boy bearing a status report on Sakura and an unspoken promise to hold the fort in the spiritual world until the cavalry can arrive for her. But unfortunately, two others are old enemies with whom Syaoran must face long-fated rematches...

This volume highlights exactly how tightly CLAMP has turned out to have planned Tsubasa, and how brilliantly all the issues they've introduced in it have fit together.
OTakU 13 Feb 2014
By Lady Nell - Published on Amazon.com
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For all the anime lovers this is putting the pretty colors and animation back in to the minds imagination. Manga's are great and If your lucky you can fall for on as short and sweet as Tsubasa which is not long. You won't need a whole book case for this manga. :)
nice condition 17 Sep 2012
By dan63052 - Published on Amazon.com
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Came in the mail almost perfect condition but there were little marks on the back cover (kind of looks like those things stickers leave behind but it's not sticky and not as noticeable). Don't worry though, you can only see it if you really want to look for damages and hold it up to the light which most people probably won't do. Price is normal if not a little bit cheaper.
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