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絵本で語られる『とつくにの少女』——。 完全描き下ろし、美しい筆致で描かれる絵本が付いた限定版が登場! 二度と会えぬであろうと思った、おばとの再会に心躍らせる シーヴァだったが、ふたりの行く末には暗澹とした路が広がっていた。 馬の嘶きと、低く冷たい超えが石畳ににじむ中に、 還っていった少女の運命は果たして―――。 これは朝と夜――― その深い断絶の宵に佇む、 ふたりの御伽話……。


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絵本で語られる『とつくにの少女』——。 完全描き下ろし、美しい筆致で描かれる絵本が付いた限定版が登場! 二度と会えぬであろうと思った、おばとの再会に心躍らせる シーヴァだったが、ふたりの行く末には暗澹とした路が広がっていた。 馬の嘶きと、低く冷たい超えが石畳ににじむ中に、 還っていった少女の運命は果たして―――。 これは朝と夜――― その深い断絶の宵に佇む、 ふたりの御伽話……。

30 review for とつくにの少女 3 初回限定版 [Totsukuni no shōjo 3 Limited Edition]

  1. 5 out of 5

    Whitney Atkinson

    This series continues to be so cute and wholesome. It's my favorite art style of any manga I've ever read and I cannot wait for my library to get the next volumes in! It's difficult to review these individually because I find they're consistently easy, fun, and cute to read with an interesting world, so my review for this one doesn't really differ from the previous books other than it was a great, attention-capturing sequel. This series continues to be so cute and wholesome. It's my favorite art style of any manga I've ever read and I cannot wait for my library to get the next volumes in! It's difficult to review these individually because I find they're consistently easy, fun, and cute to read with an interesting world, so my review for this one doesn't really differ from the previous books other than it was a great, attention-capturing sequel.

  2. 4 out of 5

    The Artisan Geek

    12/7/20 I really enjoyed this volume -- the series is just great, it's a perfect mix of mystery, wholesomeness and macabre. I'm glad to see the atmosphere still going strong after a good 15 chapters. I need more!! You can find me on Youtube | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Website | The Storygraph 12/7/20 I really enjoyed this volume -- the series is just great, it's a perfect mix of mystery, wholesomeness and macabre. I'm glad to see the atmosphere still going strong after a good 15 chapters. I need more!! You can find me on Youtube | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Website | The Storygraph

  3. 4 out of 5

    Dave Schaafsma

    The first two volumes were largely tone-building (as opposed to world-building), as we knew little of what was going on. Very atmospheric. But in this third volume there is suddenly a great deal happening. We don't know everything, but we know enough to know there is a struggle between the two worlds, and Shiva, The Little Girl (from the other side), seems to be in the middle of this struggle. Shiva's aunt comes to the Outside to bring her home, with the help of some soldiers who informed her th The first two volumes were largely tone-building (as opposed to world-building), as we knew little of what was going on. Very atmospheric. But in this third volume there is suddenly a great deal happening. We don't know everything, but we know enough to know there is a struggle between the two worlds, and Shiva, The Little Girl (from the other side), seems to be in the middle of this struggle. Shiva's aunt comes to the Outside to bring her home, with the help of some soldiers who informed her that they knew she was staying with The Teacher. Who is the real monster in this scenario, and who truly has Shiva's best interests at heart? What is this struggle really about, and what is "the curse" all about? We seem to know more, but can we trust what we know? The drawing is the center of this series, and the creation of mystery, suspense, foreboding. Is it fantasy? Horror? Seems to be both, with a (hopeful) dose of sweetness.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Victoria ♡

    The urge to fully catch up and read volume 4 now is strong

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jack Stark

    This continues to be a masterpiece. The lore and mystery of who the Outsiders are and Shiva's origins continue to keep me hooked to every page. I don't really want to give a proper review as I couldn't do it without spoilers for vol 1 and 2. Just know, if you enjoyed vol 1 and 2, you will enjoy this. I think this is my favourite volume of the three I've read so far. This continues to be a masterpiece. The lore and mystery of who the Outsiders are and Shiva's origins continue to keep me hooked to every page. I don't really want to give a proper review as I couldn't do it without spoilers for vol 1 and 2. Just know, if you enjoyed vol 1 and 2, you will enjoy this. I think this is my favourite volume of the three I've read so far.

  6. 4 out of 5

    daisy

    4-4.25? Probably my fave volume so far, though I wish they'd stop ending on cliffhangers - I need answers!! 😭 4-4.25? Probably my fave volume so far, though I wish they'd stop ending on cliffhangers - I need answers!! 😭

  7. 5 out of 5

    Dani ❤️ Perspective of a Writer

    Check out more manga and graphic novel reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... A quiet fairy tale begins in a land distant and hazy where there are two kingdoms. The Inside is where humans cower worried the twisted beasts of the Outside will come a curse them with a touch. A young girl named Shiva lives on the other side, in a vacant village with a demonic guardian known only as “Teacher.” And so starts our tale... a little girl comes to rely on an inhuman beast... The story comes to an explosive h Check out more manga and graphic novel reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... A quiet fairy tale begins in a land distant and hazy where there are two kingdoms. The Inside is where humans cower worried the twisted beasts of the Outside will come a curse them with a touch. A young girl named Shiva lives on the other side, in a vacant village with a demonic guardian known only as “Teacher.” And so starts our tale... a little girl comes to rely on an inhuman beast... The story comes to an explosive head in this volume as Teacher wonders what he should do and worries about Shiva. Her past has come back to haunt her and it doesn't turn out well! A pawn of those from the inside comes to a bad end because she allows them to use her... The art... GAH the art says so much about the story... The pawn lives in a world of light while Teacher lives in a grey and dark world... but who is good?! Who is bad?! And more importantly who will do what is right for Shiva, our poor innocent little girl?! I have to admit this was the most tense that I've felt with this series! I just don't believe that the pawn is as innocent as she pretends to be!! Teacher obviously cares for Shiva and goes out of his way to worry about and protect her and I don't want them to be apart from one another!! The dialogue is so important in this manga. We learn so much about the pawn and Teacher through what they share with us and what they tell Shiva. Their motives come out and we see their authentic selves... As a series with so few characters and such a sparse style this element HAD to be gotten spot on and it was! The Girl from the Other Side: Siúil, A Rún vol 3 ups the stakes for this little girl Shiva and her Teacher. Shiva is an innocent but that doesn't mean she's stupid... this is a little girl who feels the right keenly and when she can runs toward it full speed! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Authenticity ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Tension ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Plot ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Art ______________________ You can find this review and many others on my book blog @ Perspective of a Writer. See my manga and graphic novel reviews in a special feature called Saturday Morning Cartoons...

  8. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth A

    Oh, I understand so much more with this installment of this fun Manga series. Things are starting to make more sense in this sweet and dark tale. The art continues to be lovely and I could look at these detailed pen and ink frames, with what looks like the crosshatching of a person not entirely sane, for hours. There's more action, and not as many tea parties in this one, but I think this is the best in the series so far. Since, there is not much I can say without spoilers, all I'll say is that Oh, I understand so much more with this installment of this fun Manga series. Things are starting to make more sense in this sweet and dark tale. The art continues to be lovely and I could look at these detailed pen and ink frames, with what looks like the crosshatching of a person not entirely sane, for hours. There's more action, and not as many tea parties in this one, but I think this is the best in the series so far. Since, there is not much I can say without spoilers, all I'll say is that I'm on board for the ride and cannot wait for the rest of the series to get published.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Alison

    Not gonna lie, doesn't feel like this storyline is really progressing anywhere... Not gonna lie, doesn't feel like this storyline is really progressing anywhere...

  10. 5 out of 5

    Ilana

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Things start to really take off now. The first two volumes were introducing the professor in the form of a tall dark monster with horns neatly dressed and wearing an overcoat, and little Sheeva, a sweet blonde little girl with a turned up nose. The professor must never touch her or she will catch the malediction and become a monster too and he is scrupulous about caring for her as best he can. The second volume introduces other dark creatures and the strange concept of the “mother”, strange beca Things start to really take off now. The first two volumes were introducing the professor in the form of a tall dark monster with horns neatly dressed and wearing an overcoat, and little Sheeva, a sweet blonde little girl with a turned up nose. The professor must never touch her or she will catch the malediction and become a monster too and he is scrupulous about caring for her as best he can. The second volume introduces other dark creatures and the strange concept of the “mother”, strange because she is unseen, at the bottom of a crater under a lake, and when she speaks she is unintelligible to the professor, but sounds like a song. I couldn’t make out much of that second book, but you felt it was establishing some key concepts for the series. Here, Sheeva’s old auntie returns to the forest of the “exterior world” to get the little girl and bring her back to her village. She is accompanied by armoured guards on horseback who repel the professors efforts to save Sheeva with volleys of arrows. We learn this is part of a larger plot overseen by the king and his counsel. A whole world opens up and takes the story to another level, apparently in alternative medieval times. The artwork is beautiful. Very dark when the professor is depicted, and the printing on cheap paper means the images sometimes get blotchy and difficult to read, but a light touch in the linework which is very fine.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jillian Reynolds (Jillian Loves Books)

    I obviously loved this, and no one is surprised. But I was certainly surprised with the ending. I can't wait to continue this series in 2020! I obviously loved this, and no one is surprised. But I was certainly surprised with the ending. I can't wait to continue this series in 2020!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Neil R. Coulter

    More goodness! How can this series continue being so good? This volume adds more details and plot strands and groups of people and creatures working against (presumably?) one another. We get a few more hints of the history before the series began, but we still don't know--is Auntie really Auntie? Is Shiva who or what some people think she is (and what is that?)? What's in Auntie's book? What was Teacher before his transformation? What exactly happened when he found Shiva? Are the people and creat More goodness! How can this series continue being so good? This volume adds more details and plot strands and groups of people and creatures working against (presumably?) one another. We get a few more hints of the history before the series began, but we still don't know--is Auntie really Auntie? Is Shiva who or what some people think she is (and what is that?)? What's in Auntie's book? What was Teacher before his transformation? What exactly happened when he found Shiva? Are the people and creatures who seem evil actually evil? Who is Mother? Bring on volume 4! To quote Bob Wiley: "Gimme gimme gimme, I need I need I need I need!" I hope when the series is complete, there will be a one-volume, large-format edition, so I can just grab one book, settle into a cozy spot, and read the whole thing, start to finish.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Leah

    I just absolutely love this story. The plot is fleshing out and some mysteries have been answered. But with everything answered comes more questions and more pieces of the puzzle that still need to find their places. I adore Teacher and Shiva so very much and the setting is still so delightfully dark with fantastical. Can't wait to continue this! I just absolutely love this story. The plot is fleshing out and some mysteries have been answered. But with everything answered comes more questions and more pieces of the puzzle that still need to find their places. I adore Teacher and Shiva so very much and the setting is still so delightfully dark with fantastical. Can't wait to continue this!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Megan (ReadingRover)

    What’s next?!?!?! I need to knoww!!! Poor Shiva. Reuniting with Auntie was nothing like she imagined. These books aren’t long enough!!!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Etienne

    What a tale! Not the most complex story but the proof that when it's good and well done, even a fairly simple story could be magnificent! I love this book, this series, those characters and that universe where I think I could loose myself for a very long time... What a tale! Not the most complex story but the proof that when it's good and well done, even a fairly simple story could be magnificent! I love this book, this series, those characters and that universe where I think I could loose myself for a very long time...

  16. 4 out of 5

    Gerardine Betancourt

    I love this volume so much. My favorite so far. It was very atmospheric and super cute !!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Anna

    So glad I didn’t have to wait months and months for the third volume to be published! I missed the tea parties in this one, though… A lot more happened, no spoilers, but it continues to take dark unexpected turns and I’m loving every page. 4.5 stars

  18. 5 out of 5

    Kristina Romero

    There's a lot more action in this volume but I found myself wishing Shiva was back in the woods quietly living her life with her Teacher just a little bit. Questions keep arising and it seems they'll soon be answered. There's a lot more action in this volume but I found myself wishing Shiva was back in the woods quietly living her life with her Teacher just a little bit. Questions keep arising and it seems they'll soon be answered.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Amber

    The story becomes far more dark, and I am totally into it. Such a shame how short these feel, can't wait for the next one. It's gonna be okay, Shiva! The story becomes far more dark, and I am totally into it. Such a shame how short these feel, can't wait for the next one. It's gonna be okay, Shiva!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Liz

    I need more now! Love it :)

  21. 5 out of 5

    M Aghazarian

    Going to give it one more volume because that's what my public library has, but I'm just not feeling it Going to give it one more volume because that's what my public library has, but I'm just not feeling it

  22. 4 out of 5

    queen0f_hearts

    Seriously, the Inside is like the hell! Better stay outside! I know this story is playing with false expectations, with prejudices and wrong attitudes and it’s brilliant in this way! Let me make an example: my father happened to take a short look at the first colored page of volume 3 and he said: “This is horrible.” I only smiled in reply at how his comment depicts the deep philosophical meaning of this series. Don’t let appearances fool you and judge on your own. I’ve been surprised by the revel Seriously, the Inside is like the hell! Better stay outside! I know this story is playing with false expectations, with prejudices and wrong attitudes and it’s brilliant in this way! Let me make an example: my father happened to take a short look at the first colored page of volume 3 and he said: “This is horrible.” I only smiled in reply at how his comment depicts the deep philosophical meaning of this series. Don’t let appearances fool you and judge on your own. I’ve been surprised by the revelation and then by Shiva’s aunt and her commitment in the end. Whatever is going on, I think answers will come soon and I wonder about two final questions: 1.) Who exactly is Shiva? 2.) Can humanity be saved? Real humanity! A strange idea came to my mind. What if Shiva somehow is Mother’s and Father’s daughter?

  23. 4 out of 5

    Chrissie

    Shiva and her "Auntie" are taken to a village on the border of The Outside. Apparently, there is a prophecy about Shiva being the one to "break" the plague of darkness that curses humans into beasts. Meanwhile, her Teacher is missing Shiva and fears for her safety. Eventually, Shiva's "Auntie" is turned into a beast and the village is in chaos with soldiers ready to kill all who are "ill". Other cursed beings from volume 2 rescue her and Teacher comes to her aide. She is taken back to Teacher's Shiva and her "Auntie" are taken to a village on the border of The Outside. Apparently, there is a prophecy about Shiva being the one to "break" the plague of darkness that curses humans into beasts. Meanwhile, her Teacher is missing Shiva and fears for her safety. Eventually, Shiva's "Auntie" is turned into a beast and the village is in chaos with soldiers ready to kill all who are "ill". Other cursed beings from volume 2 rescue her and Teacher comes to her aide. She is taken back to Teacher's cottage in "The Outside" and her "Auntie" follows. We learn that her "Aunt" is not her aunt and she found the child too, just as Teacher had. Who is Shiva? Why does she seem immune to the darkness? Is she really a "pure soul" the beasts of the forest whisper about? I guess I will have to wait for the answers since volume 4 and 5 are not available yet. Darn!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    Another great volume in this series. A good pace of world building and plot development at the same time depicting satisfying character beats. All done in a dark but expressive, and gorgeous, art style.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Samantha

    I'm just happily surprised that this series is still so dang good. I'm just happily surprised that this series is still so dang good.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Alyssah Roxas

    Such an intriguing story and I want it to keep going!!!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

    3.5! OOOOOOOH damn i actually need to read vol 4

  28. 4 out of 5

    Sylwia

    This volume was fucking incredible omg.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Mike

    Showing no signs of losing momentum. Lots of major developments this time around too. Review: https://derailmentsofthought.com/2019... Showing no signs of losing momentum. Lots of major developments this time around too. Review: https://derailmentsofthought.com/2019...

  30. 5 out of 5

    Mizuki

    The story of the little girl and The Teacher continues, this time there are violent scenes despite the fairytale layout and what the royalties and the priest might want from the little girl is vaugely hinted at. The little girl's aunt (view spoiler)[ is also turned into a Cursed One/black child (hide spoiler)] so what will happen next after the MCs (view spoiler)[escape from the human's city (hide spoiler)] ? I'm so looking forward for the next volume! The story of the little girl and The Teacher continues, this time there are violent scenes despite the fairytale layout and what the royalties and the priest might want from the little girl is vaugely hinted at. The little girl's aunt (view spoiler)[ is also turned into a Cursed One/black child (hide spoiler)] so what will happen next after the MCs (view spoiler)[escape from the human's city (hide spoiler)] ? I'm so looking forward for the next volume!

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