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.hack//Another Birth (Novel 3)
Title: .hack//Another Birth
Volume: Novel 3
Release date: 2007-02-06
Suggested retail price: $7.99
Age rating: 14 - 17 Years
ISBN-10: 159816449X 159816449X
ISBN-13: 9781598164497 9781598164497
In order to save her younger brother, who lost consciousness while playing the online game "The World," Akira must enter the fantasy world herself, which she does as the character BlackRose.
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