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If you find a four-leaf clover, It will bring happiness; But don't tell Anyone Where its white flower blooms Or how many leaflets from its stem extend. The four-leaved clover. I only want your happiness, knowing I can never be yours to share it. If you find a four-leaf clover, It will bring happiness; But don't tell Anyone Where its white flower blooms Or how many leaflets from its stem extend. The four-leaved clover. I only want your happiness, knowing I can never be yours to share it.


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If you find a four-leaf clover, It will bring happiness; But don't tell Anyone Where its white flower blooms Or how many leaflets from its stem extend. The four-leaved clover. I only want your happiness, knowing I can never be yours to share it. If you find a four-leaf clover, It will bring happiness; But don't tell Anyone Where its white flower blooms Or how many leaflets from its stem extend. The four-leaved clover. I only want your happiness, knowing I can never be yours to share it.

30 review for Clover, Vol. 3

  1. 4 out of 5

    Vanessa

    This entire volume is a flashback to how things used to be a few years before the happenings of the first volume. So we finally meet Oruha and she has awesome curly hair and basically dresses like Karen Kasumi from X-1990! Aka of course she looked nothing like the mental image Sue created of her. She was however, a genuinly kind woman with a dream she knew would never come true. Fate was pretty cruel to her by giving her a tiny bit of magic, only for it to be not only a cruel, but also a useless o This entire volume is a flashback to how things used to be a few years before the happenings of the first volume. So we finally meet Oruha and she has awesome curly hair and basically dresses like Karen Kasumi from X-1990! Aka of course she looked nothing like the mental image Sue created of her. She was however, a genuinly kind woman with a dream she knew would never come true. Fate was pretty cruel to her by giving her a tiny bit of magic, only for it to be not only a cruel, but also a useless one. (view spoiler)[I can't think of a crueler fate than always knowing the exact day you'll die. (hide spoiler)] We also see how Kazuhiko used to be a few years ago, when he was happy in love and smiled more. Gingetsu is of course also present and the close bond between these two friends is more on display, even if we don't really find out more about him (I did find the jokes about how he likes young boys a tad irritating, though. Not knowing what is actually up with that (cause we see no evidence of the sort), I won't judge. But wtf?). I really want to know how these to got so close that one promised to not die before the other.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Allison

    OMG. No sabía cómo iban a seguir la historia después del final del anterior tomo y AMÉ que fuera como lo hicieron (? Acá conocemos a un personaje crucial en la trama, Oluha. Quien justamente es el punto de unión entre la protagonista, Suu, y Kazuhiko, encargado de escoltarla en el Tomo 1. Las autores incluyen otra canción, que de nuevo, refleja los sentimientos de los personajes y hace de puente para el desarrollo de la historia. Lo que leemos en este tomo es algo anterior a la historia de los do OMG. No sabía cómo iban a seguir la historia después del final del anterior tomo y AMÉ que fuera como lo hicieron (? Acá conocemos a un personaje crucial en la trama, Oluha. Quien justamente es el punto de unión entre la protagonista, Suu, y Kazuhiko, encargado de escoltarla en el Tomo 1. Las autores incluyen otra canción, que de nuevo, refleja los sentimientos de los personajes y hace de puente para el desarrollo de la historia. Lo que leemos en este tomo es algo anterior a la historia de los dos primeros. Me gustó muchísimo y hubieron un par de cosas que se descubrieron y con las que quedé ALUCINADA. Apoyo mucho la motivación de Kazuhiko y no estoy segura de poder esperar para leer el último tomo!

  3. 4 out of 5

    MaJo

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Cuando los malos no son los verdaderos malos.... En este tomo se plantean temas como la soledad y sobre todo el amor. No puedo dejar de mencionar que la musica es clave,es lo que une.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Sara

    Volume three leaves off of the narrative that ended in volume two with such a cliffhanger. Instead, this volume delves into backstory. The art remains the best feature. Despite poor character development and a scant plot, more characters are introduced heedlessly and the protagonist feels lifeless. Sue is so blank, so devoid of any personality that she might as well be a doll. On the plus side, there's homage to Phillip K. Dick's "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?" (the book Bladerunner was b Volume three leaves off of the narrative that ended in volume two with such a cliffhanger. Instead, this volume delves into backstory. The art remains the best feature. Despite poor character development and a scant plot, more characters are introduced heedlessly and the protagonist feels lifeless. Sue is so blank, so devoid of any personality that she might as well be a doll. On the plus side, there's homage to Phillip K. Dick's "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?" (the book Bladerunner was based on). "Replicants" are mentioned, as is the scarcity of real animals. Ora is reminiscent of Ai Yazawa's Nana in design, and she is beautifully rendered. If only this story was more fleshed out.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Dony Grayman

    Edición argentina. Tomo 3 de 4. Crónologicamente transcurre después del 3 y antes de los 1 y 2.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Kari Trenten

    The story and character of Ora are fleshed out in all of her gorgeously costumed glory, sporting intricate sleeves, chokers, tight fitting bodices, and a full head of curly dark hair. All the while, she wears an enigmatic smile, singing poetry to the airwaves for all her acquaintances, reserving a cheeky grin for the two people who come to know her best. Ora’s story weaves in and out of the narration of Sue, alone in her cage, who hears Ora’s song, awakening to desire for the first time in her l The story and character of Ora are fleshed out in all of her gorgeously costumed glory, sporting intricate sleeves, chokers, tight fitting bodices, and a full head of curly dark hair. All the while, she wears an enigmatic smile, singing poetry to the airwaves for all her acquaintances, reserving a cheeky grin for the two people who come to know her best. Ora’s story weaves in and out of the narration of Sue, alone in her cage, who hears Ora’s song, awakening to desire for the first time in her life. Seldom has love been depicted so beautifully, remaining enigmatic and dynamic while being named out loud. A young girl’s love for a woman and woman’s songs from afar lead into the very beginnings of feelings for the man this woman holds in her arms, who brings her happiness. Sue might never have loved Kazuhiko if she hadn’t loved Ora first. Ora might never have reached out to Sue if she hadn’t held Kazuhiko in her arms. As for Kazuhiko, would he have been the smiling lover who gave heart, body, and ear to Ora so willingly if he hadn’t a bond with Gingetsu, an intimacy and a promise? Would Gingetsu have been there for Ran if not for Kazuhiko? Perhaps it’s a secret. The very ambience is charged with romance, although the outcome is too sorrowful for romance to ever be. This air is also loaded with mystery, which mingling with the passion adds to the beauty of the manga. For all the tragedy, there are more smiles in this issue than in the previous ones or perhaps I should say the future? Sue finds the beginning of a smile, Ora and Kazuhiko are always smiling, Ran offers up a smile. Only Gingetsu never smiles, perhaps because he knows the happiness is fleeting. He may not be able to live fully in the moment as Ora can, due to his military position. He may be only to aware of the various eyes watching, including the man’s waiting to put an end to their happiness. I did wonder if that man’s eye was Bols’s. Kazuhiko doesn’t appear to have become “the prince” yet or to have lost an arm. This is a more innocent time for him, taking place before Volumes 1 and 2, even though he’s the most assertive of all the characters. All of the story and character development is conveyed once more in a song, along with a poem which threads together the various panels. We leave linear narrative behind to tell a story which happened before the one shown in Volumes 1 and 2, yet it slips with exquisite fitness into the plot just like Ora’s long, unconventional gloves and organic, natural chokers slip into her character design with a natural grace. For all these qualities, I give this five stars.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Mads

    What a surprise, if you focus on only a few characters, develop their relationships and spend time establishing their personalities and goals, we actually care when they die! It does help that Ora's got more personality in her pinky than Sue does in her entire being. BIG improvement over the last two volumes. For one thing, the song's different! What?! It's still repeated ad nauseam and gets tiring after a while, but it was such a relief all the same. It also helps that I started thinking of the What a surprise, if you focus on only a few characters, develop their relationships and spend time establishing their personalities and goals, we actually care when they die! It does help that Ora's got more personality in her pinky than Sue does in her entire being. BIG improvement over the last two volumes. For one thing, the song's different! What?! It's still repeated ad nauseam and gets tiring after a while, but it was such a relief all the same. It also helps that I started thinking of the songs as beat poetry/lounge music instead of big choral numbers. I don't know why, but that made them more tolerable. We learn a bit more about the Clovers involved in the program, but not really. This volume pretty much acts as filler for the main story, aka the first two volumes, and it is much better being read as a stand-alone. Still can't tell who's talking half the time, still don't know anything about the world at large or these mysterious wizards/sorcerers, but I don't care at this point. If you really want to read Clover, start with volumes three and four, and then move onto the first two volumes if you're still interested.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Ellen

    things I liked: -we have finally reached a good lyrics-to-story telling ratio -and there were multiple songs! also helpful. -this whole volume is a flashback, giving defined beginning and ending points, and that also helped the pacing and confusion issues -its Really Sweet, especially the relationship between Oru and Sue -shall not neglect to say that the art is still lovely and interestingly experimental other things: -the dark horse translation continues to be Highly Questionable- surely this is bet things I liked: -we have finally reached a good lyrics-to-story telling ratio -and there were multiple songs! also helpful. -this whole volume is a flashback, giving defined beginning and ending points, and that also helped the pacing and confusion issues -its Really Sweet, especially the relationship between Oru and Sue -shall not neglect to say that the art is still lovely and interestingly experimental other things: -the dark horse translation continues to be Highly Questionable- surely this is better in Japanese?

  9. 4 out of 5

    Lovely

    Going back in time, we find out how closely Sue and Ora were connected, and that (view spoiler)[Ora was also a clover, but only a one-leaf with her only power being knowing when she was going to die. (hide spoiler)] Ora and Sue's friendship and Sue's tragic story are so touching~ too bad there was never any resolution to (view spoiler)[who killed her and why (hide spoiler)] ... My favorite of the series, but there are still some more revelations to be found in volume 4... Going back in time, we find out how closely Sue and Ora were connected, and that (view spoiler)[Ora was also a clover, but only a one-leaf with her only power being knowing when she was going to die. (hide spoiler)] Ora and Sue's friendship and Sue's tragic story are so touching~ too bad there was never any resolution to (view spoiler)[who killed her and why (hide spoiler)] ... My favorite of the series, but there are still some more revelations to be found in volume 4...

  10. 5 out of 5

    Gise.Wen

    En el tercer tomo nos cuenta la historia de Oruha, su relación con Suu y con Kasuhiko. Como también nos cuenta que ella es una Clover de una hoja y su poder. Creo que para este entonces podemos decir que el manga nos cuenta de cada uno de estos Clover y sus historias. Bellamente narrado y dibujado. WEN

  11. 5 out of 5

    Ana López

    Este tomo te explica el amor en toda la extensión de la palabra, con la canción que Oruha y Suu escribieron, conmovedor y triste a la vez, pues te explica, al fin, con detalles, el pasado de cada uno de los personajes de la historia y de sus sentimientos al respecto.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Cate Sky

    2,5 stars

  13. 4 out of 5

    Kimberly Karalius

    Not enough questions answered, but it was cool to see Ora.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Selvaggia_Angelica

    Stupendo! Una delle opere migliori delle CLAMP, a mio avviso. Un vero peccato che non sia stata ristampata.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Lör K.

    After the first two volumes of Clover, I really wasn't sure if I liked the manga series at all. The first two volumes were very monotonous, very jumpy and they weren't overall enjoyable. They brought pleasure, but mostly confusion. As someone who likes to finish a series completely, I decided to give it a go and carry on reading, as there were only two volumes left. I'm so glad I made this decision. This volume is so much more emotional, we have so much beautiful back story that I just couldn't p After the first two volumes of Clover, I really wasn't sure if I liked the manga series at all. The first two volumes were very monotonous, very jumpy and they weren't overall enjoyable. They brought pleasure, but mostly confusion. As someone who likes to finish a series completely, I decided to give it a go and carry on reading, as there were only two volumes left. I'm so glad I made this decision. This volume is so much more emotional, we have so much beautiful back story that I just couldn't put down at all; I had to binge it all in two sittings, I was enamoured. The plot line doesn't jump around, we're revealed more secrets, and we get to know more about two of the important characters of the series. The only downside I could find was the continuation of another song throughout this volume. As beautiful as the song is, it gets very continuous and very annoying very quickly; luckily, it's easy enough to scan over and ignore. If you can make it through the first two volumes, I highly recommend reading this third volume; it's stunning, and it has definitely saved the series for me.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Casie25

    Clover is primarily about a young girl called Sue (スウ, Sū?). In the futuristic world that she inhabits, the military conducted a search for gifted children nicknamed "Clovers", who seemingly have the magical ability to manipulate technology. Demonstrations of their powers include teleportation and summoning weapons from thin air. Classified according to how powerful they are, the children were then tattooed with a symbol of the Clover Project, with the number of leaves on the Clover indicating th Clover is primarily about a young girl called Sue (スウ, Sū?). In the futuristic world that she inhabits, the military conducted a search for gifted children nicknamed "Clovers", who seemingly have the magical ability to manipulate technology. Demonstrations of their powers include teleportation and summoning weapons from thin air. Classified according to how powerful they are, the children were then tattooed with a symbol of the Clover Project, with the number of leaves on the Clover indicating their power. To date, Sue is the only "4-leaf Clover" discovered. Along with other "Clovers", Sue was imprisoned to prevent her contact with other humans, as the government feared that she might develop feelings and be used as a weapon to jeopardize the country's national security. Being isolated from the rest of mankind, Sue craves for company, and as for her only wish, she asks to visit "Fairy Park." Her escort is Kazuhiko, an ex-military soldier who has been forced to undertake the task. It is later revealed that Kazuhiko and Sue are connected through Kazuhiko's deceased lover, Ora

  17. 5 out of 5

    Kelley

    (I read a combined version of all four Clover books, so I'm going to just put the same review on all of them.) Before I say anything else, I do have to state for the record that the incessant inclusion of song in EVERY panel was very annoying. There was never a rest from it. Sometimes I felt like I couldn't possibly get a good grasp on the characters because there was always that blasted song waggling distractingly in the background, reminding me that despite what might be happening right now in (I read a combined version of all four Clover books, so I'm going to just put the same review on all of them.) Before I say anything else, I do have to state for the record that the incessant inclusion of song in EVERY panel was very annoying. There was never a rest from it. Sometimes I felt like I couldn't possibly get a good grasp on the characters because there was always that blasted song waggling distractingly in the background, reminding me that despite what might be happening right now in the plot, the characters would all end up alone. Forever. And no one would take anyone anywhere for any reason. The story noticeably perked up when I was finally able to ditch the fairy version of Ora for the real version. I liked her character- the raw, adult sex appeal was something new from a CLAMP novel and her hair was pretty awesome. The entire idea of gifted children wasn't new, but it was presented in a clever enough way.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Mileena

    This one begins with us finally getting a look at the real Ora all beautiful and dark curly hair. I gotta say, this has definitely been my favorite book of the series so far. Seeing Sues relationship with Ora and realizing that before Sue fell in love with Kazuhiko, she actually fell in love with Ora and her voice. It was the first time she ever experienced those kind of emotions. They wrote Clover together and we got flashbacks of when she and Kazuhiko were together. And Ora turning out to be a This one begins with us finally getting a look at the real Ora all beautiful and dark curly hair. I gotta say, this has definitely been my favorite book of the series so far. Seeing Sues relationship with Ora and realizing that before Sue fell in love with Kazuhiko, she actually fell in love with Ora and her voice. It was the first time she ever experienced those kind of emotions. They wrote Clover together and we got flashbacks of when she and Kazuhiko were together. And Ora turning out to be a clover as well, made sense to the fact that they both had wings. And her power was interesting too.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Erin

    This volume was mostly background, still leaving us wondering what's going to happen next after volume 2 - but also gives the reader a lot of interesting stuff to think about. I'm really excited to see how it'll all be tied together in volume 4! This volume was mostly background, still leaving us wondering what's going to happen next after volume 2 - but also gives the reader a lot of interesting stuff to think about. I'm really excited to see how it'll all be tied together in volume 4!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Jorge Miguel

    Para este tomo ya la historia terminó, únicamente te ponen todo en contexto, cosa que debió haber pasado en el segundo tomo... Pero el desarrollo de los personajes es más profundo y te das cuenta de que no son nomás unos jotillos.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Lau

    Es un flashback al momento en que Suu y Oruha se conocieron, y crearon juntas la canción de Clover. Me gustó mucho, aunque un poquitito menos que los dos tomos anteriores, quizás porque ya nos dijeron cómo (parece que) termina la historia.

  22. 5 out of 5

    La Revistería Comics

    Tercersegundo tomo de este clásico punkoso de las Clamp.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Erika E S

    Una precuela. Quizás en el orden correcto de lectura la hubiese disfrutado más.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Gerardo

    dos dos

  25. 4 out of 5

    Fugo Feedback

    Interesante precuela de la primera saga, pero con menor impacto emocional y narrativa un poco menos innovadora. Cuando lo tenga a mano y lo relea seguro escriba una reseña más elaborada.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Raluca

    The whole story is very, japanese styled.

  27. 4 out of 5

    InfinitexLibrary

    This series got a lot better from here I think!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Veronica

  29. 5 out of 5

    Ghouleh

  30. 5 out of 5

    Darren

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