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Alice 19th, Vol. 1 by Yuu Watase
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Jan 27, 2008

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bookshelves: 2008, manga, shojo
Read in January, 2008

Alice and her beautiful older sister, Mayura, both like Kyo. One morning, Alice runs out in the road to rescue a rabbit from traffic, and Kyo in turn rescues both of them. Thus Alice and Kyo's friendship begins, but when Mayura asks Kyo out, he eventually says yes.

Alice is furious with herself for not telling Kyo how she felt before he began dating her sister. So when Mayura sets her up with a creep, she accepts.

Meanwhile, the bunny that Alice rescued is not any ordinary bunny, but a "magical rabbit girl" named Nyozeka, who has come to teach Alice how to be a Lotis Master. Ie how to use words and speak the truth and call upon great great powers.

Weird concept, but I really loved it.

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