Devil May Cry 3: v.1

Devil May Cry 3: v.1

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The world of this first in a series of exciting novels connects to the thrilling smash-hit game, Devil May Cry. Rated for teens.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 206 pages
  • 138.18 x 185.42 x 18.54mm | 199.58g
  • Los Angeles, United States
  • English
  • Illustrations, unspecified
  • 1598164503
  • 9781598164503
  • 449,955

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794 ratings
4.11 out of 5 stars
5 46% (368)
4 28% (220)
3 19% (148)
2 5% (39)
1 2% (19)

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I waited over half a year to lay my hands on the Devil May Cry novel. And I can say it was worth all the waiting. I enjoyed it in 100%.\r\n\r\nFor those who haven\\\'t read it. Tony Redgrave is a mercenary, but he doesn\\\'t take on whatever job that is offered. Thanks to his unusual strength he is considered to be the best, and thus gets most of the offers. However he\\\'s position changes when Gilver appears in Bobby\\\'s Cellar. And from that day nothing looks the same. From the first page it becomes fully clear that Tony Redgrave is Dante. The same way one can guess that Gilver is actually Vergil. But about that I will tell later.\r\n\r\nWhen I started reading I hoped for some good action. And I\\\'m not disappointed. For me, the action is amazing. The general atmosphere of the novel suits the one created by CAPCOM. We have here Tony/Dante with haughty one-liners, as always. Along with his unhealthy appetite for strawberry sundaes (wonder where anime makers found that idea...) and booze. Another advantage of the novel is big font (yeah, I like big fonts, I\\\'m not ashamed) and manga-style drawings. I can\\\'t say they\\\'re of the greatest quality, but their atmosphere is something that lacks the second novel (which I haven\\\'t read yet).\r\nIf I was to focus on the plot. The general idea is not bad however the plotholes are hard not to notice. But as long as the action is going well, all I can do is laugh about some parts\\\' stupidity and go on reading. There are really poor fragments like the sudden change from Tony to Dante, when you think \\\"God, this is the same man? Tony wasn\\\'t such an idiot...\\\" But despite all of that I couldn\\\'t help enjoying this novel.\r\n\r\nOverall, I can say it wasn\\\'t that bad. And personally for me, it was quite good novel. I absolutely loved the Tony/Gilver relationship. The general attitude of Tony. The fighting style of Dante. His oversized sword, yay! And... favorite red coat being damaged again. However, we don\\\'t know anything about where Dante lives (he doesn\\\'t have his own shop yet) and what he does except drinking, eating strawberry sundaes (no mention of pizza!) and being a mercenary. I liked it anyway :Dshow more
by Justyna Fryczak
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