Review: One of the better Clamp manga books, but still not the best one yet.
The artwork is great and so are the characters. Even though the story plot takes a perverted and confusing turn at the end of the series.
Although, you do want to read the series more than once throughout the years because the main focus of the story/plot can change based on your age and comprehension. The story does go off into the deep end for the depth of the plot. It is sad that the series is cut so short at only 8 volumes, when it does leave an open if Clamp wants to continue the series. Another great thing about the series is the fan base and the cool cosplays from the manga and the anime.
3 out of 5 stars.
Young Adult. Romance. Science Fiction. Fantasy. Adult themes.
Summary: Chi isn’t your average humanoid computer. She can’t do word processing, she can’t connect to the Internet, and she’s incapable of networking with other persocoms. Even her sound card seems broken. No wonder Hideki found her tied up in a pile of trash. But when the 19-year-old technophobe takes her home, he finds that she may be more advanced than her childlike behavior lets on.