Into the Blue (Full Metal Panic! #3)

Into the Blue (Full Metal Panic! #3)[Download] ➸ Into the Blue (Full Metal Panic! #3) By Shouji Gatou – Bluevapours.co.uk While on summer vacation, Chidori Kaname is invited to an island in the pacific by Sousuke Sagara, the world's biggest war nut She is really exciteduntil she finds out Sousuke isn't planning a relaxin While on summer vacation, Chidori Kaname is invited to an island in the pacific by Sousuke Sagara, the world's biggest war nut She is really exciteduntil she finds out Sousuke isn't planning a relaxing tour of nature, but a highspeed adventure full of thrills, chills and danger! She can't even unpack her swimsuit before a chemical weapons facility falls down around Into the PDF/EPUB ² her, having been attacked by a scarletcolored steel demon named VenomThe adventures continue in this highstakes volume of Full Metal Panic!.

Shoji Gatoh 賀東 招二, born on July , , is a Japanese author from Shiga Prefecture, Japan He is best known for the creation of the Full Metal Panic! series that included light novels, manga and anime He is not only an author but also an anime scenarist, for example The Day of Sagittarius of The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya and Into the PDF/EPUB ² three episodes of Lucky Star.

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  • Paperback
  • 368 pages
  • Into the Blue (Full Metal Panic! #3)
  • Shouji Gatou
  • English
  • 11 October 2017
  • 9781427802453

10 thoughts on “Into the Blue (Full Metal Panic! #3)

  1. Chee Sheng says:

    After the first 2 novels, this would be the third book that is based on the main storyline. As mentioned earlier, each novel actually introduces a bit more in-depth information of the key components that builds up the finale of this series. And this book would be covering the mercenaries and the submarine and also a bit more information about our female protagonist...

  2. Patrice says:

    A fast read, but the novel gave much greater insight into the psychology of the villains in this storyline, allowing me to appreciate it more fully. It also provides a more comprehensive explanation of the Whispered than the anime does, helping me to better understand the alternate version of reality in which these events take place.

  3. Josh says:

    Another highly enjoyable read from Shouji Gatou. Into the Blue is likely the final translation of the Full Metal Panic series TokyoPop is going to release and it is a fine one.
    This time the action takes place solely aboard the advanced submarine Tuatha de Danaan. The first two books contained an excellent balance of comedy and action. In the third installment we're presented with nonstop action/drama, which isn't necessarily a bad thing. There are many moments where Gatou tries to insert humor, but it all comes off flat and unrealistic in terms of dialogue. That is probably the downfall of this novel; dialogue. Everything was just a bit forced, but let's remember that this IS translated from Japanese. So it should be expected that something would be lost along the way.
    Still, I loved this book, though not as much as the first two. And I do recommend it if you want to finish out the novels. But to complete the overall story, we'll have to start investing in manga and anime.

  4. Mark Evans says:

    This is one of my favourite light novel series and this volume is pretty great. I love that they start off with some light antics between Sosuke and Chidori and then get incredibly tense.

    Additionally, one thing I really appreciate in these books is that even though you know things won’t go TOO wrong, the author is terribly good at giving the illusion that they might, which is quite the feat in any ongoing series. There are some pretty bleak moments, none lasting terribly long, and a great villain, so the climax feels particularly satisfying.

    They definitely have Tessa come across better in this one than the second volume too.

  5. M.R. Bowers says:

    Astonishingly good. Like if you took a Tom Clancy novel and replaced the racism and misogyny with a romantic comedy. Much better, frankly, than the anime adaptation (tho the show the next novel was based on is EXCELLENT, so we'll see if that trend continues). The translation is smooth and readable and lively. I'm honestly surprised by how much I'm enjoying this series.

  6. [boredom.is.overrated] says:

    This one is even better than the last! Each book seems to be more intricate and more personal than the last. I wonder if the Japanese original is the same way? (..or maybe the translation is getting better?) It's unfortunate there's only one more book currently translated to English! :/

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