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Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories (novel)

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Plot Summary: After successfully locking the door of darkness; Sora, Donald, & Goofy try to locate King Mickey and Riku while wondering in a world they’ve never been to. They eventually found an illuminated and mysterious castle and decided to enter it. Upon entering they find themselves in a blank white room with furniture and structures that is just as white as everything else they see with their eyes, all except for the black hooded man who appeared out of no where. The hooded figure informs the trio that they have entered Castle Oblivion, and in order for them to leave the castle they must proceed to the upper floors and must loose something in order to gain something. The trio had no other choice in the matter so they explored the rest of the castle where they are placed in simulations of familiar worlds filled with familiar friends and enemies. As well as encountering other black hooded figures. But the more the trio explored the castle, the more they start to forget their memories.
Number of pages: 345
Vintage: 2005-10-22
Release dates: We have 4
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Original creator:
Kazushige Nojima (Selphie, Tidus, & Wakka; uncredited)
Motomu Toriyama (Tidus & Wakka; uncredited)
Tetsuya Nomura (Selphie, Tidus, & Wakka; uncredited)
Yoshinori Kitase (Selphie, Tidus, & Wakka; uncredited)

Illustration: Shiro Amano
Japanese companies
Publisher: Square Enix
English staff
English cast
Original creator:
A.A. Milne (Winnie the Pooh; uncredited)
Aurelius Battaglia (Jiminy Cricket; uncredited)
Bill Peet (Jiminy Cricket; uncredited)
Brian Pimental (Genie; uncredited)
Burny Mattinson (Genie; uncredited)
Carlo Collodi (Pinocchio; uncredited)
Chris Sanders (Genie; uncredited)
Daan Jippes (Genie; uncredited)
Darrell Rooney (Genie; uncredited)
David S. Smith (Genie; uncredited)
E. H. Shepard (Winnie the Pooh; uncredited)
Erdman Penner (Jiminy Cricket; uncredited)
Francis Glebas (Genie; uncredited)
Frank Tashlin (Jiminy Cricket; uncredited)
James Fujii (Genie; uncredited)
James Matthew Barrie (Peter Pan & Tinker Bell; uncredited)
John Musker (Genie; uncredited)
Joseph Sabo (Jiminy Cricket; uncredited)
Kevin Harkey (Genie; uncredited)
Kevin Lima (Genie; uncredited)
Kirk Hanson (Genie; uncredited)
Larry Leker (Genie; uncredited)
Lewis Carroll (Alice in Wonderland; uncredited)
Otto Englander (Jiminy Cricket; uncredited)
Patrick A. Ventura (Genie; uncredited)
Rebecca Rees (Genie; uncredited)
Roger Allers (Genie; uncredited)
Ron Clements (Genie; uncredited)
Sue C. Nichols (Genie; uncredited)
Ted Elliott (Genie; uncredited)
Ted Sears (Jiminy Cricket; uncredited)
Terry Rossio (Genie; uncredited)
Ub Iwerks (Mickey Mouse; uncredited)
Walt Disney (Mickey Mouse; uncredited)
Webb Smith (Jiminy Cricket; uncredited)
William Cottrell (Jiminy Cricket; uncredited)
Translation: Melissa Tanaka
English companies
Licensed by:
Yen On
Yen Press

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