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Tokyo Mew Mew A La Mode, Vol. 2 Paperback – September 13, 2005
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In the second, and last, volume of A La Mode, Berry and the mews fight off the newest villains, the "Saint Rose Crusaders." I think the name says it all. They were ok villains at first, then they just went soft. I was originally expecting a big battle at the end, like in the original series, but instead, it ended rather boringly. The villains just gave up. Yeah. They just gave up without a fight or anything. It was a horrible ending! What was Mia thinking?! It seemed that she had rushed the series quite a bit. In my opinion, it was a total waste of my time and money. But, if you like the "heartwarming" stuff, then I guess this might be for you, though it didn't really warm my heart. And, it may not sound like it, but I'm pretty easy to please.
*SPOILERS ALERT*Even now, when I look at it, its an extreme disappointment in comparison to the previous books. The Mews are in a heated battle against the enemy, but then all of a sudden, the evil leader of the enemy just give up, saying that they should just give up and life goes on. Yes, 2 charachers relize their love for eachother, but an incredible ending goes flying out the door. The book was still good, but once agian, it was a disappointment.