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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
on November 10, 2002
Format: Paperback
The 7th volume of Cardcaptor Sakura is, for me, the best book so far. With the new right-to-left format, it actually became much easier for me to read and gives it an authentic feel.
Also, the plot moves along much faster than it did in the last arc. Sakura finds a mysterious new power that allows her to create her own Sakura cards. Three new characters--Eriol, Nakuru, and Spinel Sun are introduced. And we finally see Syaoran's feelings for Sakura!!
I became quite disillusioned with the very boring volumes 5 and 6...but 7 is infinitely better, and is a must for any CCS fan!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on August 26, 2002
Format: Paperback
Cardcaptor Sakura:Master of the Clow #1 is really great; much better than I expected. TokyoPop has changed the format of the manga around a bit. For instance, they have printed in in the original format, in other words, the page pics and stuff read from right to left. It is just like reading a real Japanese Manga! *Note: the sentences are still written from left to right. Also, they have left in alot of the japanese writing. I find it quite refreshing. As for the plot, of course it's great! I recommend this for anyone who loves Cardcaptor Sakura or any other shoujo manga. :)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on August 27, 2004
Format: Paperback
As usual with CLAMP, the artwork is gorgeous. The characters and their relationships are explored more, and we're introduced to some new characters. Some of what happens is easily predictable, but there are also some surprising twists to the story. As someone else mentioned, the transalation leaves a little to be desired, but most of the mistakes are rather minor. You don't necessarily have to have read the first series, however, it does help with understanding the characters. If you aren't a big fan of maho-shoujo (magical girl) manga, this won't appeal to you. If you are, this is one of the best series out there.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on October 23, 2004
Format: Paperback
Hiya! I'm an otaku-girl living in the U.K, where it's DAMN difficult to get manga! I wish I lived in the U.S,waaah! But anyway, I get all my essentials imported, so it's not too bad! Enough about me, let's talk about Cardcaptor Sakura! I didn't actually buy the manga, I reserved it from the library! Infact as I'm writing this, it's only been the second day since then! I LOVED it! I recommend it to everyone who loves art from CLAMP, and the previous series of Cardcaptor Sakura! The art is just BEAUTIFUL, the story is great and you'll just want to read it all over again once you've finished! Here are some of my favourite scenes:

1. When Li blushes when Sakura says she can't wait for the day he'll come back to visit from HongKong.

2.When Eriol and Li have an encounter over him holding Sakura's hand.

3. The way Li blushes when he sees Sakura.

4. The teddy-bear scene.

5. Rika giving the bear to Mr. Terada.

6. Li thinking of giving a bear to Sakura."Return your love......"

Well that's all, hope I didn't spoil too much! By all means buy this book, 'kay!
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on June 16, 2004
Format: Paperback
Okay, so I still haven't read hardly any of the original series, which means I'm still a bit in the dark about some things. However, none of that made this book any less fun. Sakura's class gets a new boy named Eriol, who Li is jealous of, because he believes Sakura likes him (Eriol). Also, there are enchantments popping up in the city that Sakura is completely unable to stop. She has to figure out what to do, and fast. As usual, the artwork is lovely, and I just love reading about the characters and their relationships. If you're just looking for action, you should probably look elsewhere: the best part of the book is the way that each of the character's relationships to one another are developed.
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on October 11, 2006
Format: Paperback
Sakura, the Clow Card girl, is back! She's not capturing the Clow Cards again... She's got to find out who else is making mysterious situations! Her magic is weaker than somebody else's. Who is this person and why is he(or she) doing this? Sakura's gotta find out, and get stronger than this person. One day, she defeats the magic with the firey card, but the card changed. Then, she figures out she makes this card and names it a Sakura Card. Now, she's got to change all of the cards too! Double trouble! Can she do it when she has to go to school and with her sixth sense brother lurking around?
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Sakura and her friends are back in the first book of the follow-up series to Cardcaptor Sakura. Sakura has passed the trial by Yue the Judge and rightfully become Master of the Clow Cards. But when a new force shows itself, Sakura's magic isn't strong enough to defeat it. Can she somehow find a strength in herself to overcome?

I was so happy to find this book and to revisit my favorite Cardcaptor characters once again. Full of the same wonderful story, art, and characters as the first series, this book is sure to please any manga-lover. Find out what happens next!
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on June 11, 2006
Format: Paperback
Master of the Clow is the sequel to the original 6-part Cardcaptor Sakura manga. Sakura has collected all of the cards and has even beaten and subjugated the other guardian, Yue, to prove that she was worthy of being the "Master of the Clow". Perhaps, after that, Sakura believed that she would be able to go back to a normal life. But in a vision in the last volume of the first series, Clow Reed, who is believed to be dead, appeared to her and told her that he "might cause her some trouble". Now, what this means is anyone's guess. But soon after some unnatural occurences begin to happen and Sakura steps in to stop them, she finds her card magic is useless! Sakura is going to have to step it up a notch to face this new threat. And do two mysterious transfer students have a hand in this magical test?

I don't know if I'm going to like this second series. I enjoyed Cardcaptor Sakura a lot and got in her corner as Sakura had to overcome trial after trial to prove her power of spirit. But I think it's a little cruel to have to start all over again from scratch. To me, it's already been done. The formula of discovering new powers to lick new enemies just doesn't sound promising the second time around. Don't get me wrong, this book wasn't bad, it just seemed to be a repeat of something I've already read. I'll go one more volume to see if it has any surprises.
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on June 23, 2013
Format: PaperbackVerified Purchase
This book came on time if not sooner and the packaging was great.The book was barley used looks like it was maybe read once.I thought the book was a good price for a Cardcapter Sakura book even if it was used!:)
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on October 25, 2013
Format: PaperbackVerified Purchase
Love the storyline the artwork is beautiful a greart book for everyone is a good series to get in to
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