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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
This book is great ^_^ .
I have watched all the TV series, and still the book and tv series are great, but in the book there are a few variations that in the TV series is not there, though it is the true story that was written before the series. Even so I loved the whole book and am now collecting them as I have an obsession with card captors.
I only began to get into the books after my 16th birthday. I have been hucked on Manga and Anime since the age of 6 around 1993. But the book is great any child or adult will love it, even if they have never heard about it before and the illustrations are very good but in black and white. Also it is presented like a Japanese comic book. The book gives you instructions how to read it. It run from the back to front but is still very entertaining.
Hope that you purchase it and enjoy it thoroughly.
Love me. Eve ^_^
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 24 April 2007
Several years since I read this series in Japanese (my mother tongue), I found this English series. I enjoyed reading Sakura in English. When I found my old Japanese Sakura books, I feel something wrong.

I read this book in English, uncountable times. So when Sakura talked in Japanese, it's very odd to me.

This translation is very good. And don't change anyone's name. Many Japanese manga changed person's name to English. I hate this.

But in this publisher's books it not happen. It is very important to me.

And trivia. Yue is the moon in Chinese language (or so believed in Japan) , not Japanese.

Sakura is very popular name in Japan, most favorite flower to many Japanese people.

In Japanese custom, person's name is family name first. In another Japanese custom, Japanese people's name in English is first name first. I don't know why.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 25 December 2007
I'll be honest, I'm quite young and am a fan of the magical girl anime/manga so my opinion may be slightly bias. I started watching this when I was about 6 years old, and 11 years on I've recently finished the last volume of Master of the Clow, and simply loved it. It says "All Ages" on the 'front cover', and I completely agree. This isn't just for kids, it CAN be enjoyed by all ages. Sure, it hasn't got quite the maturity of, I don't know, Elfen Lied or Life, [two others I would recommend], but it has everything a good manga should have - romance, humour, cute characters, and a wonderfully happy ending. I would definitely recommend this to anyone, particularly first time manga readers, as it a great story. But make sure to read the first volumes beforehand!
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
on 12 December 2004
This manga gets the unfair image of being a "kiddies book", well it isn't. I have volumes 1 - 3 (I'm hoping to get the last three volumes for christmas ^^). I have also started collecting the first series (manga). All the volumes are amazing. I watched the series on CITV and loved it, unfortunatly they stopped showing them. The first difference between the TV series and the book is that some of the character names have been changed (Tomoyo is called Madisonin the TV series)I fully suggest buying these manga, the artwork is great and I really feel sorry for Li. This volume is just the start of a funny and intersting story about Sakura, Tomoyo, Li and many other character you will get to know and love. So in conclusion, BUY NOW.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on 30 July 2002
Sakura has collected most of the clow cards, but now she has to turn them into star cards. With the help of Li, Yu eh and Keros Beros, she will do her best. But some other force is messing around with her energies, and Yu Eh is getting weaker... A story as captivating as the previous
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 27 May 2004
I found this to be My Fav Anime that I have ever seen since 2001. Action pact, It is GREAT with thrilling storyline and characters. I feel that this is one of Tokyopop's best that they have published along with Rebirth, Gundam, Immortal Rain(Not Published Yet...) and Fruits Basket. Please feel free to look up those tittles because you won't be disapointed. I must say that this is the best class Artwork that I have seen in a Manga for a Long, Long time. ;)
Thanks,
Kolvac
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 5 June 2003
Sophie told me all about it, she loved it. Sakura has a new classmate and his name is Eriol. Eriol is rather upseting Syaoran and Tomoyo's not giving him a nice time either. What's wrong with Syaoran, why is so "Floaty" around Sakura? Who is this Eriol? And why is he bothering Syaoran? Read this book and find out, your kids will love this.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 25 August 2010
I ordered this book from amazon It's self AND I WAS VERY DISSAPOINTED WITH THE FACT THAT IT DIDN'T COME WITH THE COLLECTIBLE CLOW CARD BOOKMARK THAT IT SAID INCLUDED. Does anybody know how I can get in touch with amazon to complain or see if they can replace the missing item. But the book is self is in very good condition and is an excellent story.
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2 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on 17 January 2004
cardcaptor sakura is a magna fantasy, the story is about sakura kinimoto the master of the clow cards (their cards with special abilitys)and her family and freinds, the book is a great read once it's open its hard to put it down. the magna is better than the anime verion because the anime missed out such as the relationship between, sakura and li, erion and tomoyo and yukito and touya. the book has got to be read! " why do you ask " (read it and find out for your self).
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