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Book Title: Mars, Vol. 10|
Edition: Turtleback Books
Date of issue: May 1st 2003
ISBN 13: 9781417662555
The author of the book: Fuyumi Soryo
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 15.30 MB
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Today I’m covering a work, which I actually found in yahoo answers. It was a funny story because I was searching for a manga with lots off kisses, and the best answer had a list of mangas. The top one and the most recommended was this one. Though it was not really what I expected (I mean, there weren’t that many kisses), however, I enjoyed it a lot! I loved the story a lot. The idea is not all that unique, however, the way the story develops is great. It somehow reminded me of a manhwa – the One, and I’ll cover it sometime soon. But let me get back to this story.
If you’re waiting for a peachy, rose-color love story, you’ll be immensely disappointed. As there’s nothing simple and easy in this story. It starts perfectly normal for a shoujo romance story – a popular boy is interested in a shy introverted outcast. However, the more the story progresses the deeper the problems are and the more we dwell on human psychology. None of the characters are easy to understand and it doesn’t help that everyone has at least one deadly secret in the closet. Throughout the story, we are faced with joy, sadness, hatred, and love. The issue of hatred is one of the major ones, as it is shown in many perspectives. The hatred towards another being and hatreds towards your inner self. It is very interesting to watch how the relationship between Kira and Rei develops. They have a number of obstacles before they actually achieve their dreams and mostly all of them are due to the trauma’s from the past, therefore the story gets more and more intriguing and you’re sucked into it from chapter one.
The author raises a number of questions, which can never be ignored in our life. There’s the issue of the family as a whole and there are many others, however, the main one you have to identify for yourself, as you’ll be asking yourself on the way: “What would have I done in the same situation?” but before I finish this review, let me talk a bit about the characters. I enjoyed reading about all f them. Sure some of them annoyed me, but I still enjoyed them in the overall. My favorite is Rei, I just liked the guy a lot. He’s both the positive and the negative character. He compensates his bad qualities with lots of good ones. However, his temper is one thing he should be working on. Kira – she’s a great character, a bit too crybaby, but at the same time she’s strong. I don’t think you’ll agree, but she is strong. There are many more interesting characters then those two, but those two are main so I had to mention them. There are some characters that will make your skin crawl, I do not want to name them, as you’ll have to experience them yourself.
Are you up for a romance between an aspiring painter and pro bike racer? Are you ready to find yourself in the dark world of death and life? Hatred and love? Do you have 4 spare hours? I finished all 15 volumes in 4 hours approximately. If yes, then I recommend this fantastic story to read. Enjoy it to its fullest and don’t forget to share your thoughts below! Stay tuned for more reviews as well as promos. Don’t miss your next favourite book or manga! Happy reading!
Read information about the authorFuyumi Soryo (惣領 冬実 Sōryō Fuyumi?, born January 6, 1959) is a Japanese manga artist from Beppu, Oita, Japan. She is a graduate of the Oita prefectural Geijutsu Midorigaoka High School.
She was born into the home of a master of the Kanze school of Noh. In her childhood she liked to draw pictures of horses and things but had no special interest in manga. While enrolled in fashion college, she happened across Shogakukan's Rookie of the Year Contest and applied to raise money for the Sōen fashion contest. There she received an honorable mention, and debuted with "Sunspot Visitor" (Hidamari no hōmonsha) published in the April 1982 edition of Bessatsu Shōjo Comic (now Bestucomi).
Her works translated into English include Mars and Eternal Sabbath. In 1988, she was awarded the Shogakukan Manga Award for shōjo manga for Boyfriend. Her current manga series is Cesare which centers around the infamous Borgia family of the Italian Renaissance and Cesare Borgia himself.
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