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.hack// Another Birth Volume 4 (Anglais) Broché – 3 juillet 2007

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  • Broché: 240 pages
  • Editeur : TokyoPop (3 juillet 2007)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1427801126
  • ISBN-13: 978-1427801128
  • Dimensions du produit: 18,9 x 12,9 x 1,9 cm
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Par zolotl sur 3 décembre 2013
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Toujours pareil que le volume 2 et 3, pour le manga, il est en parfaite état, page pas abimée, rien, le seul dommage c'est que je me suis aperçu que c'était un roman (bon de ce côté la c'est de ma faute) mais peu importe c'est très bien comme ça. et je ne peux que redire la même chose pour vous, merci
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My only complaint is that there isn't more 27 mai 2014
Par Kristian Kaskla - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Thoroughly enjoyed this series and was happy to finally see it to the conclusion. I picked up the first volume years ago in a barnes & noble, enjoyed it so much I immediately went back and bought the second volume. Later I managed to get the third as well. As the fourth wasn't released yet it fell off my radar until I recently was inspired to reread the volumes I had and finally get and finish the last one.

Its a light novel and yet so satisfying to read. It's not the greatest work of modern literary fiction, but it is a fun read and put me in a good mood, honestly I can't ask for much more than that.
Thank You!!! 17 septembre 2013
Par Andrew Jimenez - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Thanks for a great book! Looked for a great del and finally found it. Received in great condition and early as well. Thanks again!
Amazing point of view for the series 4 septembre 2013
Par Sean - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
If you like.hack, you have to read these books. They tell the games story through the view of Mimiru (blackrose). You get really in depth into why she is about of the .hackers.
"And then she smiled, her body disintegrating into a cloud of light particles that ascended into the sky. . ." 2 juin 2012
Par Mark Louis Baumgart - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
****There may be spoilers for the previous novels.****

.hack//Another Birth #4//Quarantine_by Miu Kawasaki and translated by Duane Johnson, is the final novel in the four novel series of novelizations of the video game series dealing with Akira's search for the reason her brother Fumikazu has lapsed into a coma while playing in The World. The World is an immersive virtual MMORPG, or Massive Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game that a player has to enter through a FMD, or face-mounted display. Once entered a player has to create an avatar, in the first novel Akira she became the Heavy Blade warrior BlackRose. Once there she was at a loss as what to do next, but she was befriended by series regulars Chimney (a Twin Blade) and Nova (another Heavy Blade) who showed her the ropes. On her second trip back to The World, she met Kite, a Twin Blade who is on the same mission that she is, because as a newbie then, Kite became the companion of Orca who lapsed into a coma after fighting a Data Bug.

During the first three volumes of this series they learned that The World is being hacked and that the problems are being caused by this hacking, and that this hacking is corrupting The World's data stream. They also learn that The World's continuing corruption has something to do with the epic poem "The Epitaph of Twilight" that was written by the mysterious Emma Wielant, and that this poem is the basis of "The Fragment" which itself is the first draft, and which ultimately was the basis of The World. There is also the mystery of who or what Aura is. Aura is an ethereal player character who constantly pops up whenever something major happens in The World, and who seems to have something to do with The World's deterioration.

As Kite and BlackRose's adventures continue, a loose coterie of players will keep popping up to help them in their undertackings, including Lios, an operations administrator, Mistral the Wavemaster, Helba, Balmung, Wiseman, Elk, and others, although we will see the death of one major character. BlackRose and her gang are now in, this last novel, on the offensive instead of being on the defensive, as their assigned series of trials are now nearing their end, and there will be one big boss battle that was probably better in the game than it was in this novel.

The good things in this novel are the same things that were good in the previous novels. The prose by Miu Kawasaki, or at least her translator Duane Johnson, is clean, readable, and does not get in the way of the story, which is a pretty straightforward retelling of the animé. The story is well told, the fights are exciting, and Akira/BlackRose is a well delineated character, even if her personal life gets a rather short shrift this time around. Yet, with this novel the series and the story comes to a definite end, the villains are vanquished, the mysteries are solved, and the problems in Akira's private life are cleared up and things are now on track for her.

The negative things about this series, sadly, remain the same. If you are unfamiliar with the .hack universe then stay away. Little is done to explain things to newbies, and as I've said in previous reviews, a glossary of some kind would have worked wonders. I've never played the game, but I have seen several of the .hack animés and that helped.

Another thing that irked me is that like many novelizations, you will never know what any of the characters look like through Kawasaki's text. Thankfully each of the novelizations has a two page, eight character gallery of these novel's major characters. Then there is also the fact that Waka and Tomcat of CyberConnect2 give us a prodigious amount of illustrations that will illustrate every important part, scene, or character of these novelizations. This fourth book in the series also has the best cover since the first novel, and gives us clockwise, Elk, Kite, BlackRose, Balmung, and Mistral. Another thing is that besides Akira/BlackRose, and to a lesser extent Kite and Mistral, none of these characters have much in the way of personality. In the game I'm sure that they looked good, but in the text they just come across as furniture to populate the landscape. I give the books in this series four stars for the fans of the games, but, non-fans would give them a much lower rating.

For this site I have also reviewed the following books in this series:

1.) .hack//: Another Birth, Vol. 1 (v. 1)
2.) .hack// Another Birth Volume 2//Mutation_ (v. 2)
3.) .hack// Another Birth Volume 3 (v. 3): Outbreak_
4.) .hack// Another Birth Volume 4 (v. 4): Quarantine_
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I wish there was one more small instalment as a short story 12 août 2007
Par Brandy Lindsey - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I really loved the book and I finished it all in 2 days like I finished the other 3. There are just two things I wished they completed that made me question:"What happened?!" and "Why did they not go on with this part?!". Now I'm just gonna wonder myself on thinking what could of happen. There beter some special edition coming out that answers those questions or some unknown small story that comes out and answers it. I'm going nuts just wanting to know.
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