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  • TokyoPop

    Fate/stay night Volume 1 (Fate/Stay Night (Tokyopop))

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    (4.3/5)
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    Fate/Stay Night vol. 1

    I've been a fan of the Fate/Stay Night series ever since I first checked out how the series started, which was an adult visual novel (18+ due to sexual content). And I didn't really like the anime that much because of how it pretty much just combines the different stories from the visual novel. I didn't really like Unlimited Codes, but then again I'm not a big fan of fighting games. When I heard about this manga coming out, I was a bit hesitant to buy it, which was surprising considering how much of a Saber fanboy I am...I decided to finally go out and buy it, and it didn't turn out to be as bad as I thought it would be. It's pretty much the first few episodes of the anime (or the first few "days" in the visual novel), and it stays quite accurate, the only difference is that it's condensed, which is something I liked about this manga. I'm not going to discuss the story in this review, just to help prevent spoiling it.As a Saber fanboy (well, a Rin fanboy... 5/5 ...... - See all my reviews This review is from: Fate/stay night Volume 1 (Fate/Stay Night (Tokyopop)) (Paperback) I've been a fan of the Fate/Stay Night series ever since I first checked out how the series started, which was an adult visual novel (18+ due to sexual content). And I didn't really like the anime that much because of how it pretty much just combines the different stories from the visual novel. I didn't really like Unlimited Codes, but then again I'm not a big fan of fighting games. When I heard about this manga coming out, I was a bit hesitant to buy it, which was surprising considering how much of a Saber fanboy I am...I decided to finally go out and buy it, and it didn't turn out to be as bad as I thought it would be. It's pretty much the first few episodes of the anime (or the first few "days" in the visual novel), and it stays quite accurate, the only difference is that it's condensed, which is something I liked about this manga. I'm not going to discuss the story in this review, just to help prevent spoiling it.As a Saber fanboy (well, a Rin fanboy... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , May 7, 2010

    New to Fate Stay Night

    5/5 C. Goff (Groton, CT USA) - See all my reviews, September 15, 2010

    I love Type moon series!

    5/5 James M - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Fate/stay night Volume 1 (Fate/Stay Night (Tokyopop)) (Paperback) The manga book is good and new fate stay night is also my favorite series its good to read it and recommend it to someone if they like it. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , April 11, 2014
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    Stay the Night (Summerhill Book 4)

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  • NAL

    Stay the Night (Darkyn, Book 7)

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    Rating (28 reviews):
    (4.2/5)
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    7th and final Darkyn Novel, but don't fret it's not really the end.

    I thoroughly enjoyed the first half of the Stay the Night. I liked Robin, we met the infamous charming thief of Robin Hood fame two books ago in . Robin's love interest Chris is the perfect torture for him, a woman who is totally immune to his Kyn power of charm. As an FBI agent out to catch the Magician, as Robin the thief is known to the art world, Chris is also the nemesis to Robin's thieving self to boot. I liked that Robin had to work to win Chris' heart despite the obvious chemistry - it was amusing to watch his affront when he wakens after their initial joining and discovers that He is the one who has been used. It was also entertaining watching him try to get through Chris' disbelief to convince her of the existence of the Darkyn. Actually I still liked the second half of the book but... 4/5 melindeeloo (sb,ca) - See all my reviews This review is from: Stay the Night (Darkyn, Book 7) (Mass Market Paperback) I thoroughly enjoyed the first half of the Stay the Night. I liked Robin, we met the infamous charming thief of Robin Hood fame two books ago in Evermore: A Novel of the Darkyn (Signet Eclipse). Robin's love interest Chris is the perfect torture for him, a woman who is totally immune to his Kyn power of charm. As an FBI agent out to catch the Magician, as Robin the thief is known to the art world, Chris is also the nemesis to Robin's thieving self to boot. I liked that Robin had to work to win Chris' heart despite the obvious chemistry - it was amusing to watch his affront when he wakens after their initial joining and discovers that He is the one who has been used. It was also entertaining watching him try to get through Chris' disbelief to convince her of the existence of the Darkyn. Actually I still liked the second half of the book but... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 14, 2009

    Not really the end...

    Since previous reviewers have done such a great job summarizing the plot I will stick to my own impressions of the book: an excellent and engrossing story.I loved Robin's easy-going character. My personal preference is for characters who don't wear all their tortured pain on their sleeves for the world to see. Whereas Michael hides his steel under soft-spoken diplomacy, and Lucan hides his good heart under ruthless depravity, Robin hides his inner self under a flippant and flirtatious attitude. An attitude that the heroine, of course, can see right through. I also enjoyed the continuation of Alex and Michael's story - the fact that their story weaves through the entire series is one of my favorite aspects. Although probably not meant to be funny, Alex's completely awful bedside manner keeps me laughing at odd moments through the dark and creepy series.Dark and creepy is another thing that makes me love these books so much (although Robin's book "felt" a lot... 5/5 Amazon Customer (Worcester, MA United States) - See all my reviews This review is from: Stay the Night (Darkyn, Book 7) (Mass Market Paperback) Since previous reviewers have done such a great job summarizing the plot I will stick to my own impressions of the book: an excellent and engrossing story.I loved Robin's easy-going character. My personal preference is for characters who don't wear all their tortured pain on their sleeves for the world to see. Whereas Michael hides his steel under soft-spoken diplomacy, and Lucan hides his good heart under ruthless depravity, Robin hides his inner self under a flippant and flirtatious attitude. An attitude that the heroine, of course, can see right through. I also enjoyed the continuation of Alex and Michael's story - the fact that their story weaves through the entire series is one of my favorite aspects. Although probably not meant to be funny, Alex's completely awful bedside manner keeps me laughing at odd moments through the dark and creepy series.Dark and creepy is another thing that makes me love these books so much (although Robin's book "felt" a lot... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 16, 2009

    Forgettable Final Book In Series

    I was very much looking forward to reading Robin's story in Stay the Night. I was also sad to hear that this was the last book in the series and I was curious as to how it would all end.Robin of Locksley has been stealing from the rich for the last 700 years. With the help of his Darkyn powers, he can charm just about anyone into handing over anything. The FBI dubbed him The Magician for his most recent larcenous exploits involving the theft of priceless works of art.Chris Renshaw is a special agent for the FBI. She was recently transferred to the Chicago office amid a scandal involving her partner's firing and subsequent suicide. Chris knows that the Magician is somehow involved and is more determined than ever to bring this thief to justice. She leads the operation to find him and goes undercover as an arts dealer.The Feds decide to exhibit The Maiden's Book of Hours, an ancient manuscript that Robin has been coveting for hundreds of years... 3/5 loonigrrl (Los Angeles, CA) - See all my reviews This review is from: Stay the Night (Darkyn, Book 7) (Mass Market Paperback) I was very much looking forward to reading Robin's story in Stay the Night. I was also sad to hear that this was the last book in the series and I was curious as to how it would all end.Robin of Locksley has been stealing from the rich for the last 700 years. With the help of his Darkyn powers, he can charm just about anyone into handing over anything. The FBI dubbed him The Magician for his most recent larcenous exploits involving the theft of priceless works of art.Chris Renshaw is a special agent for the FBI. She was recently transferred to the Chicago office amid a scandal involving her partner's firing and subsequent suicide. Chris knows that the Magician is somehow involved and is more determined than ever to bring this thief to justice. She leads the operation to find him and goes undercover as an arts dealer.The Feds decide to exhibit The Maiden's Book of Hours, an ancient manuscript that Robin has been coveting for hundreds of years... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 7, 2009
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