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Fairy Tail Vol. 30 by [Mashima, Hiro]
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4.5 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
Book 30 of 50 in Fairy Tail (Collections) (50 Book Series)

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 211188 KB
  • Print Length: 208 pages
  • Publisher: Kodansha (16 July 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00DN7BF8S
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
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In the aftermath of the battle against Grimoire Heart, Fairy Tail are now recovering from their intense wounds with Natsu and the others are disappointed that the S-Class test has been cancelled while Cana finally plucks up the courage to confront her father. Meanwhile Ultear and Merudy have a change of heart and Zeref decides that the current age is coming to an end. Things don't stay quiet for long however as Acnologia, the Black Dragon of the Apocalypse, has his eyes set on Sirius Island.

This is another very good volume of the 'Fairy Tail' manga that is something of a turning point for the series so some plot spoilers will unfortunately be unavoidable in this review. The volume sees the very end of the Sirius Island arc before going onto the time skip, moving the action seven years on. Despite the fact that many fans consider it the point where the series begins to go downhill, I personally think the decision to include the time skip is an interesting one works reasonably well, allowing for some new challenges for the guild seven years on as their enemies and allies have grown in strength. The action in this volume remains very good and the artwork is truly spectacular in places, especially for Acnologia himself. The volume continues to include some very nice humour but there are also some very emotional scenes and Cana confronts Gildarts and Lucy receives some bad news following the time skip. The volume also sees the first master of Fairy Tail make an appearance and she is quite a cute character.

The volume includes the usual fan art, Q&A, an afterword by the author and brief translation notes. There is also a preview of the next volume.

Overall I like this volume very much and I feel it is well worth a full five stars.
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As the Anima begins to transfer all of the magic remaining in Edolas to Earth-Land, Natsu gives Mystogan the traditional Fairy Tail send-off party. Meanwhile the rest of the Earth-Land Fairy Tail say goodbye to their new friends as they are returned home but some unexpected additions journey to the other world alongside them. After celebrating their return and filling in the other members on what has happened, the guild returns to its usual boisterous self as one of Fairy Tail's traditions approaches, the annual S-Class Wizard test to be held on Fairy Tail's sacred ground Sirius Island where the guild's founder is buried.

This volume of 'Fairy Tail' is an entertaining instalment but as it is something of a transitional volume, it probably isn't quite as good as some of the previous volumes due to mainly setting things up for the next few volumes. There is little in the way of action in this volume with Demon God Dragoneel fighting Prince Jellal at the beginning and the first fight of the S-Class test at the end being the only fights in the volume. There is some nice humour throughout the volume though and there is also some nice foreshadowing of things to come in the future. The volume also sees a couple of characters join the main group.

The volume includes the usual afterword, translation notes, fan art and Q&A along with some limited design notes.

Overall this was a reasonable volume that is worth around four stars.
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This third volume of the `Fairy Tail' manga sees Lucy, Natsu, Gray and Ezra continue their fight against the Dark Guild Eisenwald. Eisenwald are planning on using the mass murder magic Lullaby but their true plans may be more troubling than anyone could have foreseen.

This third volume of the series is another good instalment of the series with some nice fights and a good cliff-hanger at the end. The action in this volume is quite nice and it gives a nice indication of what Natsu, Gray and Ezra are capable of. This volume is also very funny and is enjoyable to read throughout. Although the series has yet to truly become great, there is enough here to keep anyone amused.
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Great series
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5.0 out of 5 stars Not a spoiler free review! 6 Oct. 2013
By Laurahonest - Published on Amazon.com
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I was a little hesitant about this volume after reading the teaser and seeing there was a 7 year time skip because I generally don't like time skips. I shouldn't have worried! The way Mashima handled the time skip was unique and very well done; rather than falling into the "overplayed trope" pit this time skip hopped right over with ease. I found the choice to have some characters frozen in time while the rest moved on normally to be very interesting. The characters that moved on normally have had a hard time of it and I want to know more about their troubles. I loved the reunions and that no one really believed that their friends were dead. I can't wait to see how the characters who missed the last 7 years move on now that everything they knew has changed.

If you haven't been reading this manga you really should be!
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4.0 out of 5 stars excellent 4 Sept. 2008
By SogeKing - Published on Amazon.com
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Hiro Mashima's action packed story continues in volume 3. In this volume, our heroes try to stop a band of evil wizards from killing people with an evil flute of death. Mashima has created an interesting world with its own set of rules. One is the concept of the relationship between a summoner and the entity summoned, they create a contract. In a humorous twist, a character from volume 2, Virgo returns. There is also a very funny moment early on when Erza changes her armor, she looks like she's going to strip, and all of her enemies have hearts in their eyes; it's hilarious. Mashima also includes funny notes at the end of his manga, volume two had a hilarious "floor plan" on his studio. In volume 3 he includes a page of nice early art designs as well as a solicitation for fan art! Highly recommended.
1.0 out of 5 stars Pages cropped 25 Sept. 2016
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All of the pages from the cover to the end are copied so as to only be able to see about two thirds of any page. Basically unreadable. I own over 500 kindle titles and this is the worst scanning glitch I've ever seen.
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