Book Genre: Manga

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Fumi Yoshinaga
Laurie.
4

Pass the miso soup, this manga is tastefully addictive. Shiro is a lawyer who would much rather be cooking instead of deflecting his colleagues spoken and unspoken questions about his hobbies and dating life. Shiro's boyfriend, Kenji, could care less who knows he is gay, is given to bouts of...

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Kyousuke Motomi
Em
5

This series started me on a manga binge the likes of which usually only teenagers fall into. In it, the main character has lost her parents and, more recently, her brother and is being watched over by a mysterious person named Daisy. Who is Daisy? And what’s the story with the new school janitor...

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Gail Carriger
ShellyB
4

This steampunk style paranormal romance graphic novel based on the Parasol Protectorate series by Gail Carriger is a fun, sexy little story about a feisty female in Victorian England who is unhappy with the restrictions placed on her gender.  Bursting with curiosity and especially...

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Hisae Iwaoka
Hope H
1

One of the best things about stories set in space is the feeling of limitless possibility and discovery. Unfortunately Hisae Iwaoka's Saturn Apartments takes that sense of possibility and discovery and turns it on its head, making what should be interesting dull and what is...

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Kaoru Shintani
Shanna
4

This manga offers a new take on the classic Sherlock Holmes tales. Ten-year-old Christie Holmes is the niece of the famous detective, Sherlock Holmes, and she can solve a mystery just as quick as he can!  She is an especially brilliant child, and loves using logic to get to the bottom of...

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Gail Carriger
Becker
3

Lots of folks have raved about Carriger's Parasol Protectorate series, so I thought I'd try the manga version of the first book, Soulless. In it, we meet Miss Alexia Tarabotti, a preternatural, meaning that she can suck the supernatural out of werewolves, vampires, and the like. Her versioin of...

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Emily
4

oh I wish I were brave enough to dress like a loligoth, first of all I am too old, second of all it involves way too much consideration to your actual appearance, I like: cardigan, shirt, pants, bam I'm dressed... not so much into the "does my bow match my wig match my bloomers coordinate with...

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