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Pandora Hearts, Vol. 3 (edition 2010)

by Jun Mochizuki

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Title:Pandora Hearts, Vol. 3
Authors:Jun Mochizuki
Info:Yen Press (2010), Paperback, 192 pages
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I definitely like the series. I just wish I didn't have to go backward, so often, to figure out who someone is or what is happening in the story. I feel a little like the crazy rabbit with missing pieces of "memory."

I know it is not just my inexperience with Manga, because there are several other series I can follow with no problem.

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  Angelina-Justice | Feb 3, 2014 |
Cannot finish. It is too confusing, I am too old for Manga. I quit.
  ZabetReading | Sep 21, 2013 |
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"Having returned from the infernal Abyss only to find his whole world changed, young "sinner" Oz Vessalius embarks on an attempt at normalcy after being reunited with his best friend and valet, Gilbert, whom he had presumed dead. But during a trip into town with Gil and Alice, an unexpected encounter leads Oz down memory lane. For Oz, however, the path is one covered with the most menacing of thorns. And lying in wait to assail him there. The baleful eye of his father and the echoes of cursed words Oz would much rather forget."--P. [4] of cover.… (more)

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