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As Oz Vessalius and his valet, Gilbert, are reunited with their dear Uncle Oscar, they fail to notice an alienated Alice lost in thought stumbling right into the lurking Xerxes Break. Before Alice can take heed of Break’s warning of a trap set by the Cheshire Cat — a powerful, extraordinary chain — she and Break are spirited away to Cheshire’s lair, where both danger and f As Oz Vessalius and his valet, Gilbert, are reunited with their dear Uncle Oscar, they fail to notice an alienated Alice lost in thought stumbling right into the lurking Xerxes Break. Before Alice can take heed of Break’s warning of a trap set by the Cheshire Cat — a powerful, extraordinary chain — she and Break are spirited away to Cheshire’s lair, where both danger and fragments of Alice’s past reside. With Sharon’s help, Oz and Gil find a way to enter the sealed dimension of memories, but not only do their allies await them there, so too does the man from Alice’s earlier memory! Does he hold the key to the truth about Oz’s “sin”? Contents: Retrace XIV: Lop Ear Retrace XV: Welcome to Labyrinth Retrace XVI: Keeper of the Secret Retrace XVII: Odds and Ends Retrace XVIII: Hollow Eye Socket


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As Oz Vessalius and his valet, Gilbert, are reunited with their dear Uncle Oscar, they fail to notice an alienated Alice lost in thought stumbling right into the lurking Xerxes Break. Before Alice can take heed of Break’s warning of a trap set by the Cheshire Cat — a powerful, extraordinary chain — she and Break are spirited away to Cheshire’s lair, where both danger and f As Oz Vessalius and his valet, Gilbert, are reunited with their dear Uncle Oscar, they fail to notice an alienated Alice lost in thought stumbling right into the lurking Xerxes Break. Before Alice can take heed of Break’s warning of a trap set by the Cheshire Cat — a powerful, extraordinary chain — she and Break are spirited away to Cheshire’s lair, where both danger and fragments of Alice’s past reside. With Sharon’s help, Oz and Gil find a way to enter the sealed dimension of memories, but not only do their allies await them there, so too does the man from Alice’s earlier memory! Does he hold the key to the truth about Oz’s “sin”? Contents: Retrace XIV: Lop Ear Retrace XV: Welcome to Labyrinth Retrace XVI: Keeper of the Secret Retrace XVII: Odds and Ends Retrace XVIII: Hollow Eye Socket

30 review for Pandora Hearts, Volume 4

  1. 4 out of 5

    Nərmin

    A bit confusing. .but still interesting story! And there are new characters too) I love Alice&Oz moments! And Oz's thoughts about Alice is to too cute! A bit confusing. .but still interesting story! And there are new characters too) I love Alice&Oz moments! And Oz's thoughts about Alice is to too cute!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Victoria ♡

    Read earlier this year, adding late oops.

  3. 4 out of 5

    LAnn

    Again, with Pandora Hearts pushing forward, the strength of the series astounds me. I'm not sure how Jun Mochizuki can keep the story moving in such a way that brings the reader closer to the characters, but it really works. Despite only having two different titles under his belt, Mochizuki really seems to know what he's doing. In volume four, there is a lot of story development. A lot. There's so much going on in the story that it's a little hard to keep up with, but that's alright. We get to se Again, with Pandora Hearts pushing forward, the strength of the series astounds me. I'm not sure how Jun Mochizuki can keep the story moving in such a way that brings the reader closer to the characters, but it really works. Despite only having two different titles under his belt, Mochizuki really seems to know what he's doing. In volume four, there is a lot of story development. A lot. There's so much going on in the story that it's a little hard to keep up with, but that's alright. We get to see little fragments of some characters that make me question their pasts and their sanity. Meeting one of my favorite characters from Alice in Wonderland makes me wonder how the rest of the familiar Wonderland characters will come about throughout the series. Also, setting is returning for a reason. There's purpose to the recycled scenery and it really makes me think that Mochizuki really thought this out before he started. Everything just seems to fall into place, although more questions keep popping up about the characters and the plot. Really, Pandora Hearts pushes the reader to think of things through the story on a deeper level. What's going to happen to the characters? How do all the facts add up? Now, I have to wait a month for the next volume because I don't read manga online. Let's see how long I can wait before I start freaking out. Give me a few days.

  4. 4 out of 5

    lapetitepritt

    Actual rating: 3.5 My least favourite volume so far. I don't know why, but I found it to be something less than the previous ones. Actual rating: 3.5 My least favourite volume so far. I don't know why, but I found it to be something less than the previous ones.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Mary

    "To me...Alice's existence...is like the sun...I guess? And I find that...very dazzling. That light of hers hurts my eyes, but...but...it still warms me. I don't have any powers, so I probably can't be Alice's knight. But...I'd like to see it through." Awwwww that was too cute and romantic for me. I fangirl'd so hard. *Ahem* SO, we meet the Cheshire Cat!! And boy is he awesome. Gil's fear of cats obviously made him freak when he sees him. After he shoots him: "O-of course he regenerates right away "To me...Alice's existence...is like the sun...I guess? And I find that...very dazzling. That light of hers hurts my eyes, but...but...it still warms me. I don't have any powers, so I probably can't be Alice's knight. But...I'd like to see it through." Awwwww that was too cute and romantic for me. I fangirl'd so hard. *Ahem* SO, we meet the Cheshire Cat!! And boy is he awesome. Gil's fear of cats obviously made him freak when he sees him. After he shoots him: "O-of course he regenerates right away!" Hilarious:) The people who took Oz to the Abyss apparently are the Baskerville clan, who are responsible for the "Tragedy of Sablier." The Baskervilles and Pandora both want to acquire the Intention of the Abyss-the creator of the Abyss-but they need to have all four doors to the Abyss in their control...turns out though, that there is actually one other door, and the Baskervilles have it. In the Cheshire Cat's lair, Gil and Oz battle Cheshire, while trying to rescue Alice and Break, who have been targeted by "warped" memories of Alice. In this place, lies the memory Alice wanted to erase more than anything. Yep, she chose to erase her own memories... We meet a mysterious man who looks just like Oz named Jack. He tells Oz that Alice is precious to him, and asks for his help to save her. But from what exactly? Gil learns that Alice might not just be a Chain, that she in fact was involved somehow in the tragedy that took place so long ago. Who exactly is Oz? Who is Alice, why did she scatter her memories, what is everyone trying so hard to hide? Or, to reawaken? Beautiful, gorgeous art as always. Sharon deserves respect in this volume and I cannot wait to read the next one!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Aly

    This story... It never fails to surprise me just how incredibly complex it can be. Mochizuki-san is an incredible author. I couldn't for the life of me be able to ever create something so intricate as this story. Okay, that bit's over. Let me just express my love for this series. Awesome plot line and awesome characters. And my favorite character. Oh yes, the ever eccentric and lovely: Xerxes Break. Xerxes is literally the most fun character and his strangeness makes him so intriguing, especially w This story... It never fails to surprise me just how incredibly complex it can be. Mochizuki-san is an incredible author. I couldn't for the life of me be able to ever create something so intricate as this story. Okay, that bit's over. Let me just express my love for this series. Awesome plot line and awesome characters. And my favorite character. Oh yes, the ever eccentric and lovely: Xerxes Break. Xerxes is literally the most fun character and his strangeness makes him so intriguing, especially when he obviously knows what he's doing (even though he acts like he doesn't). Yes, Xerxes is my favorite. Oh ok, a close second would be Gilbert. Aghhh his fear of cats and his protectiveness and his badassness... yes, Gilbert is a close second. I mean, look at the adorable idiot. Okay, on to the story. Just wow, there was so much going on in this installment. Reading these are purely a pleasure because just watching the story unfold is fun. Basically my review for this is done, but I just want to address Mochizuki-san's brilliant ability to draw hands. She is so good at it. I seriously love how she draws them. (Sorry, that may have been pretty random.) If you made it through this review, I thank you. This was done extremely late at night and I am not exactly coherent whenever I do reviews for books that I love (or at this time in the day). Check out my reviews on my book blog The Novel Ninja, where this review and others will be posted.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Elevetha

    3.5 Lewis Carroll references. I followed along with this one reeeeally well, up until the last 20 pages, and then I was lost, man, But I re-read over that section roughly six times and think I'm a little more on top of things now. 3.5 Lewis Carroll references. I followed along with this one reeeeally well, up until the last 20 pages, and then I was lost, man, But I re-read over that section roughly six times and think I'm a little more on top of things now.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Amy Keeley

    It's rare to get a manga series this coherent. I hope it lasts. If volume #4 was all about family, then volume #5 is about alienation from family, by focusing on the isolation Alice feels. It also hints that memories can be distorted, twisted, and can't always be trusted. There is so much depth in this series, I really feel inadequate in writing anything about it. Whole essays can be written about the interactions, and I'm not understating that. So much of it is subtle. It kind of reminds me of th It's rare to get a manga series this coherent. I hope it lasts. If volume #4 was all about family, then volume #5 is about alienation from family, by focusing on the isolation Alice feels. It also hints that memories can be distorted, twisted, and can't always be trusted. There is so much depth in this series, I really feel inadequate in writing anything about it. Whole essays can be written about the interactions, and I'm not understating that. So much of it is subtle. It kind of reminds me of the anime Revolutionary Girl Utena, which wasn't quite as firmly based in the fantasy genre as PH, but still had a surreal, This Is Just The Tip of the Iceberg kind of feel to it. Another thing I love about this series is in the economy of Mochizuki's delivery. For example, in the beginning of this volume, Gil is looking for his hat (the one he loaned Oz in the previous volume and that just kind of disappeared in all the action). After Oz suggests that he just get another, Gil storms off, yelling that he really likes that hat. When Alice complains, Oz says that "It might not look like much...but to him...it's nothing short of a treasure". At the same time he's explaining this, we see two frames. One is of the photograph that was precious to Phillipe (a character from the previous volume), and the other is of Phillipe with a big grin on his face, holding the photograph. Alice, who seems to be insensitive to everything except Oz's feelings, crouches down next to him and asks if he's still down. When we see his face, we know he is. It's clear. And yet, he's smiling through the pain. And lies. He tells her he's not depressed. He IS depressed!!!! But his ability to not let it get him entirely down is a large part of his charm for me. Oh, and while Alice is talking to him, she's holding a rat she was about to eat, one that's looking scared out of its mind. Comedy, pathos, and plot, all in two pages. Brilliant. And two pages is all you get of that emotional moment because Gil finds his hat and the plot moves on right into a cute arm-wrestling scene where Uncle Oscar makes another appearance. In other manga I've read, this would be an adorable, heartwarming scene that wouldn't really matter, except to satisfy fans. Filler. But here, it provides a reason for Alice to walk away from the main group. She stumbles into Break who's been waiting for her...because he's using her as bait for the Cheshire Cat. Speaking of Break, we finally get to see his chain in this volume. And I tell you, it is one of the best drawn of all the chains in the series so far. It also has the most amazing ability ever. It explains why Break never seems to get truly freaked out by chains. We are also introduced to a character whose presence has been known since, gosh, the first volume? Jack Vessalius. A man who looks very much like an older version of Oz. (hmmmm) In some ways, Jack seems to be a direct contrast to Xerxes Break (I know that should be Vincent but I get the feeling there's a lot of similarities between them and that's why they hate each other so much). Whereas Break appears crazy but is actually a lot more together than it appears, Jack is too calm and collected. In the context of this manga, I'm guessing that means either he's more crazy than all of the characters put together, or he knows more than all of them put together. One of the two. Maybe, both. He's also the most handsome of the lot. I mean, seriously, I don't usually say that about manga characters. In fact, I don't think I've ever said that about any manga character.* But it's true. Highlights from this volume: * Break dropping candy on the stairs. Very well drawn and it even served a purpose. * Break actually showing some concern when Alice was freaked out. Methinks he has more of a heart than he lets on. * Oz describing what Alice means to him. * Finding out that Cheshire's eye looks an awful lot like Break's. * Anything to do with Jack. * Finding out why Cheshire was afraid of Break. This volume ends on a cliffhanger, with Oz heading off to rescue Alice. Meanwhile, Gil and Jack wait in the garden, and Break and Cheshire face off. It's set-up that doesn't feel like set-up. Next, volume #5. *Edited to add that I do get small crushes on manga characters and do think some of them are hot. But not like this. This is the first time I've fallen completely in love with one, simply because of how he's drawn. I swear, I have never been this infatuated with a bishie after just one look. More on that when I review volume #7.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Lars

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Another fantastic addition to the Pandora Hearts series, Volume 4 answers some questions, while creating even more. All of this is done while maintaining both the serious aspects and the more light hearted moments throughout the story. The manga-style of the art utilizes the combination of detailed environments and enemies with iconic characters only adds to how memorable both the art and the story of this book are. I would definitely recommend this book, as well as those before it. The story rem Another fantastic addition to the Pandora Hearts series, Volume 4 answers some questions, while creating even more. All of this is done while maintaining both the serious aspects and the more light hearted moments throughout the story. The manga-style of the art utilizes the combination of detailed environments and enemies with iconic characters only adds to how memorable both the art and the story of this book are. I would definitely recommend this book, as well as those before it. The story remains relatively the same, with Oz, Gilbert, and Alice all searching to find Alice's memories. However, both Break and Alice have been kidnapped by the Cheshire Cat, a unique Chain who lives in his own world. As Gilbert and Oz attempt to save them from the grasp of the Cheshire Cat, we learn of a mysterious man from Alice's past, who greatly resembles an adult version of Oz, named Jack Vessalius. We also learn the true purpose of Pandora, along with the name and some of the intentions of the group who kidnapped Oz. Finally, it is revealed that the purpose of the Cheshire Cat's world is to defend the memory that made Alice want to forget in the first place, along with more information about Break. The characters continue to fascinate and intrigue, but some revelations and changes are beginning to emerge. Oz shows more of his scary and intimidating side, along with his massive amounts of determination and caring for those close to him. Very little changes in terms of Gilbert and Alice, but Break reveals a much more serious and dangerous side to his usually eccentric and ridiculous persona.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Nic

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. . . . And suddenly, these characters are very clearly taking on the roles of characters from Alice in Wonderland. I thought the stories were just going to have, like, symbols in common, and stuff. So! In case you're just joining us, there's this place called the Abyss populated by freaky supernatural creatures called chains. Generally speaking, a chain can only come to our world by binding itself to a contractor - a human who agrees to the contract. This allows the human to control the chain's po . . . And suddenly, these characters are very clearly taking on the roles of characters from Alice in Wonderland. I thought the stories were just going to have, like, symbols in common, and stuff. So! In case you're just joining us, there's this place called the Abyss populated by freaky supernatural creatures called chains. Generally speaking, a chain can only come to our world by binding itself to a contractor - a human who agrees to the contract. This allows the human to control the chain's power (though not necessarily to actually command the chain's actions), but leaves the contractor stuck with a mark called an incuse, which looks like a clock face tattooed on her/his chest. When the clock's hand goes all the way around - I forget what exactly causes this, but I think it's related to the chain's powers and their use - then the contractor will be dragged to the lowest level of the Abyss. Presumably there's some way out of this, or else it's hard to imagine why anyone would agree to become a contractor. Our main character, Oz Vessalius, got pulled into the Abyss by a group of baddies called the Baskervilles. In order to get out alive, he formed a contract with Alice, a chain who can look like a young girl or like a giant black rabbit. Now he's back in the regular world, with Alice, but ten years passed in this world while he was (seemingly briefly) in the Abyss. Oz's childhood friend and servant Gil, once a total wimpy pushover, is now a badass gunslinger determined to protect Oz. He has a contract with a chain called Raven, which looks like (surprise!) a giant raven. Still, Gil does on occasion show himself to still be the boy who Oz lovingly terrorized as a child. Aaand, things are complicated. One hundred years ago, the four major families/dukedoms united to stop the Baskervilles after the Baskervilles dropped an entire city into the Abyss. Those dukedoms include the Vessalius family and also their rivals, the Nightray family. After Oz disappeared into the Abyss, a wacky guy called Xerxes Break (who is the best character ever EVER) showed up and convinced Gil to accept being adopted by the Nightray family. Gil still feels bad about this because he sees it as a betrayal of his Vessalius peeps, but it was the only way he could get hooked up with the chain Raven. Also, the Nightrays had already adopted a boy who claims to be Gil's younger brother, even though they look NOTHING ALIKE, even for bishounen manga characters, who at minimum all have the same nose. This guy, Vincent, is linked to a chain called the Dormouse, which causes Vincent to basically be narcoleptic. So, in this issue, a chain called the Cheshire cat shows up to drag people into his own personal mini-dimension. This turn of events is popular with no one, especially Gil, who is terrified of cats. Alice is confused, as she's been searching for her lost memories, and a lot of them seem to be here, but she's suddenly unsure of whether or why she wanted to get them back. The cat claims that Alice ditched her memories on purpose and didn't want them back, because they were too painful. There's some implication that she lost everything on the day that city got dropped into the Abyss, for some reason to do with Oz's ancestor, Jack Vessalius. At any rate, this dimension is mostly made up of Alice's memories, but it also includes a shard of Jack Vessalius' soul, allowing him to act as a person within the dimension, a la Tom Riddle in his diary. Oh, and Break is the Mad Hatter. So, I guess the take-home lesson from this particular volume is that if you ever decide to cast off a bunch of memories because they're too painful, but it would be possible with effort and risk to recover those memories, then maybe you want to retain just enough memory to remember that you DON'T WANT THE OTHERS BACK. Also, Break + Vincent 4ever.

  11. 5 out of 5

    gabi

    What is going on? I really have no clue, but I absolutely love it!!!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Karissa

    This Pandora Hearts series has been an interesting one for me. There are some things about it I really love and some things that aren’t done all that well. In the end though I think I love the creativity and content enough that I end up enjoying these even though I find them somewhat difficult and confusing to follow. It all starts with Gilbert and his need to find his awesome hat…. From there things quickly get complicated as Alice finds herself lured into the Cheshire Cat’s domain. Break ends u This Pandora Hearts series has been an interesting one for me. There are some things about it I really love and some things that aren’t done all that well. In the end though I think I love the creativity and content enough that I end up enjoying these even though I find them somewhat difficult and confusing to follow. It all starts with Gilbert and his need to find his awesome hat…. From there things quickly get complicated as Alice finds herself lured into the Cheshire Cat’s domain. Break ends up in the trap with her and things get a bit complicated. I absolutely loved the addition of the Cheshire Cat chain. He was awesome and I hope we see more of him. I also really continue to enjoy Alice, Break, Oz, and Gil. They are all interesting characters with complex pasts. I am struggling a bit with following the story at points. A lot of these characters are starting to look similar and I am really having to pay attention to costume detail to keep track of who is who. The story jumps around a lot in tone; going from silly to darkly dangerous in a heartbeat. This is interesting but also makes things a bit tougher to follow. I am still enjoying this crazy world and the wonderfully complex characters; however I do wish that the story was a bit easier to follow and that the characters were more easily distinguishable from one another. Overall this was a great addition to the Pandora Hearts series. I love some of the new characters and the way this ties in with the traditional Alice in Wonderland story. I do with the story was a bit easier to follow though. I plan on reading the next couple books in this series to see if things start to make a bit more sense to me.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Marlene

    My mental voice for Alice is Toph's voice actress. I'm learning you have to be very observant with this series. The little details matter. With that in mind, I am really starting to enjoy this series! Oz, Gil, Alice, Break, and co. are growing on me exponentially, and the mystery is becoming more appealing. My mental voice for Alice is Toph's voice actress. I'm learning you have to be very observant with this series. The little details matter. With that in mind, I am really starting to enjoy this series! Oz, Gil, Alice, Break, and co. are growing on me exponentially, and the mystery is becoming more appealing.

  14. 4 out of 5

    ria

    a whole chapter dedicated to finding gilbert’s lost hat that’s the kind of content i’m here for

  15. 4 out of 5

    Naailah

    Yoooooo The story is so slow but the art is perfect. And no fanservice is a bonus

  16. 5 out of 5

    Mike

    Cranks up the tension nicely, and has a couple of big shock moments. Review: https://derailmentsofthought.wordpres... Cranks up the tension nicely, and has a couple of big shock moments. Review: https://derailmentsofthought.wordpres...

  17. 5 out of 5

    Joanna

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This book is very interesting as it tells the journey of A boy Oz and his valet Gilbert (Gil for short) help a chain by the name of Alice try and find her lost memories as they help her escape the abyss which is a sort of supernatural prison in where chains are kept. Chains is the term given to those who reside/live in the abyss, these chains are made when something or someone is dropped into the abyss. Alice in particular goes by the B-Rabbit or Bloody Black rabbit which is the chain she contr This book is very interesting as it tells the journey of A boy Oz and his valet Gilbert (Gil for short) help a chain by the name of Alice try and find her lost memories as they help her escape the abyss which is a sort of supernatural prison in where chains are kept. Chains is the term given to those who reside/live in the abyss, these chains are made when something or someone is dropped into the abyss. Alice in particular goes by the B-Rabbit or Bloody Black rabbit which is the chain she controls. Chains are usually a type of species of animals for example Alice as in the the name B-rabbit controls a Black rabbit and Gilbert controls a Raven, those two are just examples but their is quite a few chains in the series so far. Aside from that the book goes into detail talking about Oz’s relationship with his parents specifically his father and how he felt his father hated him and later on hearing his father tell him how he should’ve never been born. As Gilbert comforts him you get to know more about how even though he’s been through so much like his mother passing and father issues it doesn’t seem to phase him in a way as he tries to always be a positive and optimistic person. And even after that whole issue he has with his father he still always acts cheery and happy much to the curiosity of others. In fact many often try to get under his skin by calling him weird and strange at the fact that he can be so utterly cheerful in even the most sticky situations. During this part in the series as they help Alice they come across a few chains and in fact learn more about Alice’s true character. Overtime we start to see that Alice had originally lost her memories because she originally wanted to get rid of the day she lost everything. And the day where she felt she broke down as she was quite a fragile and caring person overtime as that changed it seemed that she had snapped and eventually what she had been feeling is what had made her a chain in the first place. It twisted her and her personality in many ways and changed the way she originally was in a way to cope with the new way of life in the abyss her downfall had been the reason she was turned into the chain she now is. With these memories being discovered Alice seems to hope that regaining the memories will help her rediscover who she really is and go back to how thing used to be before.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Kari Trenten

    The loss of Gilbert’s hat turns into an ususual arm wrestling contest and a reunion with Oz’s Uncle Oscar. A lonely Alice finds herself with Break, sucked into the mad world of the Cheshire Cat, although Break is planning a trap of his own for the angry chain. Oz and Gilbert enter Cheshire’s world with the help of Sharon of Pandora, but nothing is certain or sure in a pocket universe made of memories where the locations are upside down and the chain rules supreme. Or does he? Oz and Alice find t The loss of Gilbert’s hat turns into an ususual arm wrestling contest and a reunion with Oz’s Uncle Oscar. A lonely Alice finds herself with Break, sucked into the mad world of the Cheshire Cat, although Break is planning a trap of his own for the angry chain. Oz and Gilbert enter Cheshire’s world with the help of Sharon of Pandora, but nothing is certain or sure in a pocket universe made of memories where the locations are upside down and the chain rules supreme. Or does he? Oz and Alice find they have an ally in this world, a mysterious young man who looks a lot like Oz. Who is he? Why is he helping them? And what is his connection with Alice? Speaking of mysterious intentions, Oscar can’t fathom Vincent Nightray’s. Vincent is a member of Pandora, but Gil’s little brother appears to be playing his own game, a game which might not end too well for Break and those dearest to him. For all that, Vincent remains devoted to Gil and is unashamed to hide it. The shady Baskervilles, however, are playing a game of their own and they have no intention of letting Pandora get the better of them. More development was advanced in this madcap plot, with events happening all over the place, leaving the reader breathless to keep up. We meet Jack Vesalius, who appears to know Alice, Gil, and Oz, bearing a strong resemblance to Oz himself. Sharon’s capabilities with Equius are explored while tantalizing hints about Alice’s past and the animosity of the Intention of the Abyss are dropped, played out by the Cheshire Cat. Break showed just how scary he could be, revealing his chain, Mad Hatter. Vincent continues to play his cards close to his chest while Gil continues to watch Oz’s back, showing another level to his own growing bond with Alice, “the stupid rabbit”. Some of the Baskervilles come out from under their hoods, revealing their names and some of their plans. For all of these things, this book gets four stars.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Jeffrey

    Having lost Gil's hat in the previous volume, Oz, Gil, & Alice return to the scene of the crime to recover it. But when Break intervenes, he and Alice stumble into a trap laid by a long dormant chain, the Cheshire Cat, who has a special vengeance in mind for Alice. The continuing Lewis Carroll references grow in this volume, as you might expect with a Cheshire Cat character. That said, as much as there are certainly some surrealistic effects, Alice's role in the larger scheme is unclear, though i Having lost Gil's hat in the previous volume, Oz, Gil, & Alice return to the scene of the crime to recover it. But when Break intervenes, he and Alice stumble into a trap laid by a long dormant chain, the Cheshire Cat, who has a special vengeance in mind for Alice. The continuing Lewis Carroll references grow in this volume, as you might expect with a Cheshire Cat character. That said, as much as there are certainly some surrealistic effects, Alice's role in the larger scheme is unclear, though it is important that she was involved in the great tragedy that set the series' story in motion a century ago.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Hannah Belyea

    Oz and Gilbert are safe with Uncle Oscar, but nothing can prepare them for when Alice wanders into Break and the duo are sucked into a trap set by the Cheshire Cat! Mochizuki delivers the best entry to the series yet with this exciting and intriguing step into the strange and wondrous. What lays in the past of Alice and Break, and what does it mean for their escape?

  21. 5 out of 5

    Ananya

    The mysterious person from book 3 was identified in this book. The story moves very quickly in this volume and new characters are being further introduced. New characters are with very good and unique designs. The mood quickly changes from a dramatic to light hearts which balances out the mood in the story very nicely. All in all, a very good volume.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Achillia Herondale

    Confused but positively confused. Heh Vincent reminds me a lot of Undertaker (Black Butler), he is both funny and scary at times and surely has a lot of secrets. Xerxes Break is definitely my favourite character.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Sef

    It's a bit hard to follow. It's a bit hard to follow.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jodi Cox

    Love the artwork on Pandora hearts if I had my way this would be the style my graphic novel would be in.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Tasnim

    Actual score: 3.5/5 I am not sure if I want to continue on with this series- I still own one more volume let's see. Actual score: 3.5/5 I am not sure if I want to continue on with this series- I still own one more volume let's see.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Jesus

    3,5 honestly, confusing, but i like the battles and the characters, maybe in a reread, and honestly sometimes i can't put up with mysteries, but this series is interesting, so i'll keep going 3,5 honestly, confusing, but i like the battles and the characters, maybe in a reread, and honestly sometimes i can't put up with mysteries, but this series is interesting, so i'll keep going

  27. 5 out of 5

    Reese Q

    I feel like book 3 cleared up a lot and then this one made everything confusing again-but still interesting!

  28. 4 out of 5

    aj

    crap is going down that i Do Not Understand lol but manga be like that sometimes

  29. 4 out of 5

    Karol-Ann

    book 13 out of 24 for my 2020 reading challenge✨

  30. 5 out of 5

    Rachelle

    Book #143 of the year 2020 Still looking for Alice's memories they wind up in the lair of the Cheshire Cat. Cat is guarding the memory Alice never wanted to remember. Book #143 of the year 2020 Still looking for Alice's memories they wind up in the lair of the Cheshire Cat. Cat is guarding the memory Alice never wanted to remember.

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