Brave Story, Volume 1: A Retelling of a Classic
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Brave Story, Volume 1: A Retelling of a Classic (Brave Story #1)

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In a land of magic and monsters, a 10-year-old boy must summon all his courage and embark on a journey with several comrades to meet the Goddess of Destiny and change a "mistaken fate." Young adult.
Paperback, 192 pages
Published June 1st 2007 by TokyoPop
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Indy Wong
To all manga readers, I have a question. Out of all those stupid chick flicks, japanese school girls, lovey dovey mangas; or the never ending prolonging of the "greats" e.g. naruto, one piece, bleach, ect... dont you sometimes, just sometimes want to read something truly epic! Truly Fantasy with a good well summed up and beautiful endding ( unlike a lot of current mangas, that seem to just leave the story plot hanging). Well this is it.

Im only going to the one review of the whole series, and the...more
Dilan Smith
I thought that this was a book started with a really slow beginning. I liked it and I was hooked, but you really have to keep reading to know more about "The Vision". Stories unfold and you will crave to learn more.
Ashley Kempkes
Storyline is weird and the characters are very flat. The art isn't very good either.
Lara
Fun and interesting story, despite the sometimes not so great art. I only paid $1.00 for this, and it was definitely worth that, but I'm not sure I liked it enough to pay much more than that for further volumes. I'll just read the original book this series was based on at some point instead.
Jeannette
This was a bit too violent for me.
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