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The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Vol. 1 (edition 2008)

by Akira Himekawa (Author), Akira Himekawa (Illustrator)

Series: The Legend of Zelda (volume 1)

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A boy named Link sets out on a quest to deliver the Emerald, one of the three spiritual stones that hold the key to controlling the land of Hyrule, to Zelda, the country's princess, facing many perils on his journey.
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Title:The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Vol. 1
Authors:Akira Himekawa (Author)
Other authors:Akira Himekawa (Illustrator)
Info:VIZ Media - Children's (2008), Edition: Illustrated, 200 pages
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The Legend of Zelda, Volume 1: Ocarina of Time Part 1 by Akira Himekawa

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The Legend of Zelda, Ocarina of Time, manga adaptation by Akira Himekawa is a faithful retelling of Link’s adventure through hyrule. Since this book is a adaptation of a well known video game series (and will be considered retro by the time I teach) I can see this game enticing gamer students to read and displaying a side of reading that isn’t seen as boring to students. ( )
  Djj024 | Nov 21, 2021 |
An interesting story ( )
  Bookslesstravelled | Jun 20, 2016 |
An intriguing debut to a new manga series based on the Video games.. this first book seems jam packed and you certainly feel as though you've gotten a good story(something that doesn't happen with a lot of mangas), and if you're like me you'll be intrigued to find out what comes next. A good solid read for fans of the video game or Manga fans. ( )
  Jacey25 | Sep 17, 2009 |
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It’s hard to suppress my warm feelings for the game and admit that this is really just a competently drawn manga for six-year-olds.
 
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A boy named Link sets out on a quest to deliver the Emerald, one of the three spiritual stones that hold the key to controlling the land of Hyrule, to Zelda, the country's princess, facing many perils on his journey.

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