Red River, Vol. 27 (Red River, #27)
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Red River, Vol. 27 (Red River #27)

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Over 15 million copies sold in Japan! R to L (Japanese Style).

Prince Kail, a young warrior and sorcerer, and Yuri, a modern-day teen, were thrown together when Queen Nakia drew Yuri across time and space into the ancient Hittite Empire. When it is the season of the North Star, Prince Kail has the power to send Yuri home. But the evil queen's plan to murder them both--and

Paperback, 192 pages
Published October 13th 2009 by VIZ Media LLC (first published March 26th 2002)
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Welcome to Book 27 where ALL THE TEARS are in fashion.

Let's start with the fact that Rusafa has to tell Nefert (repeatedly) that "No means NO" which is just great because she really doesn't listen. Meanwhile Nakia fails because...because...:sobs: I can't say it! But damn Juda way to be as extreme as Kail (in a different way).

However Kail sends Juda to oversee his mother in her exile and let me tell you I've never seen a person more willing to do such (the book also helpfully explains that Karkam...more
Elena Llasos
This is a story about a 15 year old girl living a simple life until some weird force dragged her across time and space. Yuri is now struggling to find a way back home. But don’t worry with the help of Prince Kail of the Hittie empire and some new found friends she just might have a chance to go back to Japan when the North star comes. Unfortunately, her growing feelings for Kail maybe an obstacle. Will she let her feelings get the best of her and stay in the Hittie Empire or will she forget Kail...more
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Love this series. Must read for fans of Inuyasha and From Far Away.
This series comes to a great conclusion. All together it is a fabulous historical fiction read that keeps the reader guessing and turning pages until the very end!
Wonderful story, beautiful artwork, and great characters. I really thought this was the last episode in the tale, but I see a #28, yipee!
oh god i'm almost done....
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Chie Shinohara (篠原千絵 Shinohara Chie, born February 15) is an award winning Japanese manga artist best-known for Red River, known in Japan as Sora wa Akai Kawa no Hotori: Anatolia Story. She has twice received the Shogakukan Manga Award for shōjo, in 1987 for Yami no Purple Eye and in 2001 for Red River.
Aside from her comics work, she has also written several prose novels. She has published the six...more
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