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Dream Gold Volume 1

2.5  ·  Rating Details ·  16 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
The keys to the city...of gold! In a world where technology and magic fuel the dream of discovering unimaginable riches, the Knights of the Dark City have proven themselves worthy of this challenge. Dream Gold, the ultimate prize, awaits any of the Knights who possess one of the 250 Treasure Keys, but this is no ordinary treasure hunt! After finding the 250th key, Kurorat ...more
Published November 30th 2004 by ADV Manga
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Dec 05, 2014 Anna rated it did not like it
If I had seen the goodreads page for this book, I wouldn't have bothered.

I think I mentioned once before that I probably wouldn't ever give a manga or a graphic novel anything less than 2 stars as long as the art was nice enough. But then this book happened . . .

I hated the narration. I HATED it. In a manga, you can totally use the whole "show, don't tell" thing to your advantage, and if you don't, you have no excuse. If you can literally give the reader a picture of what is going on, you shoul
Oct 10, 2012 Mike rated it it was ok
The first chapter of Dream Gold is interesting, if not amazing. Dark City is renown for a single rumor: being home to the ultimate treasure called Dream Gold. Treasure hunting hopefuls finding one of 250 treasure keys will join the Knights organization and possibly gain a line on the legendary prize. And Kuro and his partner Katana have a lead on the final key...

The premise and setup of the first chapter fall flat immediately in the second chapter and throughout the rest of the volume. Though th
LG (A Library Girl's Familiar Diversions)
In this volume, the main characters join a group in which each individual is dedicated to finding a mysterious treasure hidden somewhere in the city. While this one wasn't necessarily bad, it didn't grab me at all. I have no interest in reading any other volumes of the series. Something about it reminded me a little of GetBackers, only the characters in GetBackers are more interesting.

(Originally posted on A Library Girl's Familiar Diversions.)
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