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Claymore Vol. 3: Teresa of the Faint Smile

Claymore Volume 3

Teresa of the Faint Smile
Clare's first battle with the Yoma of Rabona has left her body drained and shattered. With no time to recover, she must face the creature again after it chooses Raki as its next victim. Luckily, Raki remembers that he is carrying Clare's trusted broadsword and manages to get it into her hands. But unlike Clare, the Yoma is fighting at full strength and thirsting for blood...
Norihiro Yagi
191 Pages
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Claymore Vol. 4: Marked for Death

Marked for Death

Claymore Vol. 4

Teresa, a powerful Claymore, saves a young girl from her bandit captors and leaves the child in the care of some villagers. But triumph quickly gives way to despair when the situation takes a tragic turn, and Teresa is forced to kill a human--an act that will condemn her to death at the hands of her own kind.
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