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ISBN:
1591167183
Author:
Bones,Toshitsugu Lida
Category:
Manga
Language:
English
Publisher:
VIZ Media LLC; 1st edition (February 1, 2005)
Pages:
184 pages
EPUB book:
1521 kb
FB2 book:
1590 kb
DJVU:
1341 kb
Other formats
mbr txt lit lrf
Rating:
4.6
Votes:
372


Four Wolves on the Run From Mankind Kiba’s pack of wolves answers the highest, most dire calling–they seek the legendary Paradise. They have tracked down the Lunar Flower, and together, they continue their pilgrimage with the armies of humanity at their tails.

Four Wolves on the Run From Mankind Kiba’s pack of wolves answers the highest, most dire calling–they seek the legendary Paradise. But will the scent of the Lunar Flower lead them to Paradise or a deadly false legend?The drama reaches its climax in this final volume! Download Wolf’s Rain, Vol. 2 –. Bones. Download Wolf’s Rain, Vol.

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Book in the Wolf's Rain Series). by BONES, Keiko Nobumoto, Toshitsugu Iida. I read this book and pretty much really enjoyed it. Though i've only seen one episode of the anime, i know the story and the manga has pretty much the same things in it. Though the differences are just some of the scenes and some minor characters.

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Four Wolves on the Run From Mankind Kiba's pack of wolves answers the highest, most dire calling--they seek the legendary Paradise.They have tracked down the Lunar Flower, and together, they continue their pilgrimage with the armies of humanity at their tails. But will the scent of the Lunar Flower lead them to Paradise or a deadly false legend?The drama reaches its climax in this final volume!
  • Iesha
The book came in great condition and faster than expected. It followed the series pretty much, until it got towards the end. The wolves are, as mentioned, a bit leggy but I do love the art. The anime series itself is very beautiful and I am a huge fan.
  • Lyrtois
From the anime I didn't know there could end it differently and in such a good way. This ending makes the story end in a way that it will keep going. I know the anime did the same, but this ending was greater. I still love the anime more though.
  • Elastic Skunk
Shipped quickly and was exactly as pictures.
  • Aedem
I'm a HUGE fan of the fantastic anime, Wolf's Rain. So, it would come as no suprise that I would want to get my hands on the manga adaption to it...even though I had heard from many other fans that it was disappointing to them.

I liked it.

It's loyal to the anime for the first chapter or two, but quickly branches off and does it's own thing. Becoming a very different story. I honestly enjoyed the new version of the tale, and felt that the only real flaw with the 2 volume manga was that it was too rushed...thus lacking in character development and causing the story to be a little weak and confusing.

I think it would have been much better had it been a few volumes longer in all honestly, and do feel that other fans would have appreciated it more had that been the case.

If you're a fan of the anime, it's worth checking out...but I'd suggest checking your local library for it first if you're unsure about your enjoyment of it.