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A Wise Man Sleeps, Volume 2

3.64  ·  Rating Details ·  42 Ratings  ·  6 Reviews
More supernatural crime-solving puts Miharu to the test as she goes up against evil spirits, vengeful wives and modern art mysteries.
Paperback, 200 pages
Published July 1st 2008 by Go Comi (first published June 15th 2008)
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Jan 12, 2015 Cornerofmadness rated it liked it
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Sep 24, 2014 Judy (Geeky Reading) rated it it was ok
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This volume was a bit of a disappointment, seeing as how it’s the last of the series, but doesn’t really resolve anything.

Granted, apparently the series took a year long hiatus in Japan (I think for publisher/licensing reasons), but still.

All this volume consisted of were more one-shot to two-shot stories. None of them are particularly memorable, although they are somewhat entertaining while reading.

I was honestly just not very impressed with this volu
Mar 14, 2015 Katherine rated it it was amazing
Awesome series...but I wish it was a longer really ended too soon!
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More mysteries, more gems, and a note from the manga-ka explaining why things changed, story-wise.

Still a fun idea - that certain stones possess traits or magical powers and it's up to our heroes to resolve issues that arise when the stones aren't being used correctly.
two vols isn't enought to develop a good story, but it's innocuous enough and good in parts, and it's always interesting watching a mangaka develop her craft. it's a shame go!comi folded before finishing bound beauty, as it looks very promising.
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