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Hunter x Hunter, Vol. 14 by Yoshihiro Togashi

  • Author: Yoshihiro Togashi
  • eBook title: Hunter x Hunter, Vol. 14
  • Category: Comics & Graphic Novels
  • Subcategory: Manga
  • ISBN: 1421510707
  • ISBN13: 978-1421510705
  • Publisher: VIZ Media LLC; 1st edition (May 1, 2007)
  • Pages: 208
  • Language: English
  • Rating: 4.1 ✫
  • Size PDF: 1884 kb
  • Size ePUB: 1336 kb
  • Size FB2: 1957 kb
  • Votes: 439
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Hunter x Hunter, Vol. 14
Hunters are a special breed, dedicated to tracking down treasures, magical beasts, and even other men. But such pursuits require a license, and less than one in a hundred thousand can pass the grueling qualification exam. Those who do pass gain access to restricted areas, amazing stores of information, and the right to call themselves Hunters.

Reviews (7)

Brightfury
This series is great.
Unsoo
The first book of the Greed Island arc, which is tied for first of my favorite arc in the series. This one's a lot of fun with them in a game designed specifically for hunters.
Ionzar
The cover wasn't perfect but the rest of the pages were in very good condition.
I enjoyed reading and catching up with the series.

I recommend the series to those who like Shonen manga.
Sharpmane
thank you so much and i recommend it a lot, you should buy it quickly you are going to enjoy it
Zolorn
great
Abandoned Electrical
Hunter x Hunter, Vol. 14 continues the "Greed Island" arc. Gon and Killua are inside the game now, and they are learning how things work, like currency, getting cards, and fighting monsters who for some reason always have money, according to Killua. Before they know what is happening, they are attacked by a stranger and recruited by a group with plans on winning the game in order to split up the prize money of J50,000,000,000.

The card system is very complicated, and my 42-year-old eyes even had a little trouble reading the fine print in areas. It's definitely worth the effort, though. I'm still relatively new to manga, but I've read about 10 or 15 titles, and Hunter x Hunter requires more pure brainpower than any of them. It's unique in a very interesting way. Some volumes I just pour through in 30 or 40 minutes, and others I read a chapter at a time, pausing to take it all in. Vol. 13 is one of the latter, and I went back to read the list of cards several times. This series is highly recommended. ****1/2
felt boot
So much happened it seemed in this volume that when I was done and looking back over it, I couldn't believe it was the first since they hit the Island (Gon enters at the end of volume 14 but it's just an intro basically). Non-stop pacing throughout. I really felt the girl was going to be a nuisance, boy was I completely wrong about her character. I had been hoping she'd get killed or disappear LOL What a waste that would have been.
I liked it, being a fan of Hunter x Hunter.
I'm not really sure why Kurapika is on the cover, as he isn't in this volume. The Spiders do make a brief appearance however.

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