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Chobits, Vol. 2 Paperback – October 12, 2010
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The conclusion of the best-selling Chobits saga! In a world where people rely on computers to escape loneliness, the logical conclusion is the persocom - attractive robot companions that are becoming everyone's boyfriend and girlfriend. Chi is a persocom, but she is also one of the legendary "Chobits," experimental persocoms built to acquire full awareness and emotion. As Hideki and his friends search for the abducted Chi, others are watching them - others who know who built Chi, and why, and what went terribly wrong. It is already known that the affectionate persocom can, in fact, be quite dangerous... but the real danger is what the soul of this new machine means for the future of the human heart. Because it was never the computers who were weak, it was the people who made them, and if Hideki wants to truly save Chi, he needs the courage to truly love her!
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The heart of the story lies with the main character Hideki and him learning, or fumbling if you want to be more accurate, about how to live in the city and student life and the mystery of the beautiful persocom Chii. Answering the question of where she came from and how she is different from other persocoms, which are human shaped computers, is what drives the story forward. Chii herself has a lot of charm and cuteness to her, as well as a naivete that makes each twist and turn of her story all the more interesting.
With this series CLAMP crated a fascinating world filled to the brim with surprisingly deep philosophical questions of what it means to truly love someone. I would highly recommend it.