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Howl's Moving Castle, Vol. 3

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Sophie has made her place in to the Moving Castle, and discovered that Howl isn't as terrible as his reputation paints him. In fact, he's a bit of a coward, and needs Sophie to answer a Royal summons for him! But the visit to the Palace ends in shambles, and now Howl's mentor Madam Suliman is out to get them...and the Witch of the Waste has moved into the castle!


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Sophie has made her place in to the Moving Castle, and discovered that Howl isn't as terrible as his reputation paints him. In fact, he's a bit of a coward, and needs Sophie to answer a Royal summons for him! But the visit to the Palace ends in shambles, and now Howl's mentor Madam Suliman is out to get them...and the Witch of the Waste has moved into the castle!

30 review for Howl's Moving Castle, Vol. 3

  1. 5 out of 5

    Nouruddine

    ::Howl's Moving Castle's Characters:: The Witch of the Waste The Witch of the Waste has been largely dormant for fifty years which is why it is such a shock to find her evil active again, although it seems likely that she is now under the control of her fire demon. She is ancient but continues to make herself appear younger. She also seems to out-maneuver Howl alarmingly often and is generally one step ahead of the game. Although she cursed Sophie ::Howl's Moving Castle's Characters:: The Witch of the Waste The Witch of the Waste has been largely dormant for fifty years which is why it is such a shock to find her evil active again, although it seems likely that she is now under the control of her fire demon. She is ancient but continues to make herself appear younger. She also seems to out-maneuver Howl alarmingly often and is generally one step ahead of the game. Although she cursed Sophie and turned her into an old woman, she did not intend to as it was Sophie's sister Lettie whom she was jealous of and angry with. Despite a fierce battle the Witch is killed at the close of the novel. *** Calcifer Calcifer is a fire demon and he is bound by contract to work for Howl. He is a well-intentioned demon as he has no desire to become Howl's master as the Witch's fire demon has become over her, and this is why he wants the contract to be broken. Although he feels he is kept in the grate against his will, once he is released he finds that he actually likes living with Howl, he just wants it to be his choice to do so and not his contractual obligation. Calcifer is a courageous demon and protects Howl and his group. He is the main example of the fire theme that goes throughput the book and also the best example of its symbolic nature as when his life starts to ebb away there is barely a flicker of flame from him, but when life is strong in him so are the flames.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Labeba Salameh

    احسست بوجود جزء مفقود كيف ميزت والدة صوفي ابنتها وكيف عرفت انها تعمل مدبرة في قلعة اول المكان الذي اهداها اياها اول هو المكان الذي تحلم به كل فتاة ♡

  3. 5 out of 5

    Dyslexic Bookmonster

    I devour them like apples. It is just so good to have more time to cherish the good, sweet and funny moments from the film.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Evaluna

    I love to manga in the third one it got you to more of the action and I love the storyline

  5. 4 out of 5

    Joanne Myers

    Firstly, I haven't read the written version of this book, nor have I seen the film. Also, in a desperate bid to find some Graphic Novels to read I didn't realise until I got home from the library that I had picked up volume three, so apart from the brief "the story so far" at the beginning I had no idea what had happened previously. That being said, this was pretty easy to follow the story, it didn't seem to start or end in the middle of a massive plot point or anything so that was good. Th Firstly, I haven't read the written version of this book, nor have I seen the film. Also, in a desperate bid to find some Graphic Novels to read I didn't realise until I got home from the library that I had picked up volume three, so apart from the brief "the story so far" at the beginning I had no idea what had happened previously. That being said, this was pretty easy to follow the story, it didn't seem to start or end in the middle of a massive plot point or anything so that was good. The art work was amazing, credit where credit is due to the artist/illustrator(s). The biggest issue I had with this book (which, again, I didn't realise until I got the book home) that it was meant to be read in true manga fashion - from the back to the front. Reading from the back wasn't really the issue as such but it was the reading from right to left which threw me off kilt a few times as I am not used to reading like this. I was reading the right pages but the wrong comic frame on quite a few occasions. Obviously this is a reader (me) fault and not the fault of the book but it definitely took away points from my experience of it.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Vanda Dien

    in the time where the visual's interpretation limit the boundary of imagination absorbing from the experience of reading...Miyazaki made it the other way around...he simply showed that visual arts are vehicles to move the boundary of imagination to an even greater dimension...unlimited! i love all of the creations and adaptations of Hayao Miyazaki, he is a genius...i collected all of the anime by studio Ghibli(now owned by Disney) because of Miyazaki sensei. in the case of in the time where the visual's interpretation limit the boundary of imagination absorbing from the experience of reading...Miyazaki made it the other way around...he simply showed that visual arts are vehicles to move the boundary of imagination to an even greater dimension...unlimited! i love all of the creations and adaptations of Hayao Miyazaki, he is a genius...i collected all of the anime by studio Ghibli(now owned by Disney) because of Miyazaki sensei. in the case of Hayao Miyazaki's creations i'm kinda obsessive i have to admit i compulsively hunt for every anime created by him and look for the manga/novel after watching the anime...and Nausicaa has been named as one of the best by him. (geee you must see Laputa 'the castle in the sky' or Zen to Chihiro 'spirited away', and howls moving castle won an award in the children movie in Venice and dont forget My Neighbor Totoro where the Ghibli adopted it's logo...i can go on and on about it and you'll get bored) Miyazaki sensei, ganbatte kudasai...arigato! (for complete summary of Miyazaki and his creations, pls visit nausicaa: www.nausicaa.net)

  7. 4 out of 5

    Belinda

    This 4 book series is great. I love it. I like that it reads like a manga book and that it is stills from the movie used as the artwork. I absolutely loved the movie. This volume takes you from the meeting with Madame Suliman (Howl just shows up) to Markl asking Sophie not to leave.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Gabby

    *There may be spoilers in this review but big ones will be marked.* Short read, took me under a day (30 mins to an hour) to read. I didn't even get to use my new bookmark because it was such a quick read haha. Again the artwork was amazing and I love Heen!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Margaret Chan

    Like the movie.

  10. 5 out of 5

    iomai

    Funny but ive read it before. No surprise but i couldnt stop laughing.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Maritsa

    I didn't expect to read the first 3 volumes, this fast! I don't have volume 4, right now :(. But so far, story is ooh kay ....

  12. 5 out of 5

    Angelique

    Wonderfully done. I love the movie and these books offer you the opportunity to take a closer look and to enjoy the power of the pictures with their fascinating details and wonderful colors.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Hayleigh

    (Reread) I love how Sophie and Howl's relationship grows ♡

  14. 5 out of 5

    Chaichan

    this story is very fun for me.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Jordan

    cute

  16. 4 out of 5

    Gayle Gordon

    The adventures of Howl and Sophie continue as the Witch of the Waste and Suliman's dog Heen move into the castle. The castle has to move as Suliman closes in, and Sophie gets her own room.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Zian B.

    Why haven’t they abandoned the Witch of the Waste? I don’t see the point of keeping her around.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Holly Leighfield

    Beautiful artwork, wretched story. Weakened the original plot, destroyed characters...the original book is much to be preferred.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Kaitlyn DuLaney

  20. 5 out of 5

    Zoran Žmirić

  21. 5 out of 5

    ❅ (t.c) (hiatus: school)

  22. 5 out of 5

    Liz Cheney

  23. 4 out of 5

    Lara

  24. 4 out of 5

    Emily Marie Reads

  25. 5 out of 5

    Jacqueline

  26. 5 out of 5

    May

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Priester

  28. 4 out of 5

    Anna

  29. 4 out of 5

    Moonsong

  30. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

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