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A Bride's Story, Vol. 1 by Kaoru Mori
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Mar 03, 12

Read in March, 2012

This book is so great. It's talk about how was the traditional way of marriage in the old day, when 2 side( groom and bride) are force to do the marriage. How the life developing after they are married and other normal life issue. The main characters are Karluk( the groom),who still young(12) and Amir( the bride), who is an interesting girl "older-sister-type wife", "wild", "naive", "strong" "but still a young lady" "but still a rich girl type".
AT page 159 The 2 older brother was making fun of the youngest brother a " bed wetter! bed wetter!"
The art is awesome, Mori did a great jobs. Every ethnic pattern on the cloths and houses are carefully drew. There are some great wide views. If you're a normal-day-life comedy fans or an otaku(there are some "moe" scene), then you will like it.
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