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R.O.D. Read or Dream 4 (R.O.D. Read or Dream #4)

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For love of books or love of money (to buy books), the Paper Sisters will take on any job. But as bodyguards for Hisami, a child-prodigy author, they may have bitten off more than they can chew. To protect Hisami from a shady stalker, Michelle, Maggie and Anita will have to call upon all their paper powers--and the bonds of their sisterhood. Also, the sis

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Paperback, 208 pages
Published May 1st 2007 by VIZ Media (first published August 19th 2005)
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Zac Chase
it was the next book in the series

Hon Kong and Tokyo modern day

the conflicts are that the sisters have to protect a writer. the book also goes back intime showing us how the sisters came together (not real sisters) and how they saved Anita.

Anita is dynamic she changes a lot. moody, mature, book lover. page 16 "Mags! put the horror behind you!"

family isnt related by blood but by bond.

dont use reading strategy

this book was amazing!!
Marsha
The last volume of this series has the intrepid trio traveling to Tokyo to help a child author get over her writing slump. Helping a writer gain important experiences isn’t easy, especially if she’s only 13. Anita proves the lifesaver of the group as she renews her friendship with Hisa while her dreamy sisters once again get dizzy over books. She’s quite caring underneath her sometimes gruff demeanor and that really shines through in this volume. This manga concludes with a startling backstory a ...more
Steven
I loved these four volumes of Read or Dream as much as I disliked the four volumes of Read or Die.

I recommend the Read or Die OVA, Read or Dream manga, and Read or Dream tv series. If you love books, you will love these stories.

Rachel (Sfogs)
Yay Good Book!!
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