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Emma, Vol. 04 by Kaoru Mori
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Mar 03, 10

bookshelves: 1800s, england, graphic-novel-comic-manga, heroine, historical-fiction, london, read-2010, series, victorian, female-author, female-author-heroine
Read on January 31, 2010 — I own a copy, read count: 1

The art is beautiful as always--the backdrops of almost every panel are works of art that I would hang on my wall, and Kaoru Mori has the look of Victorian London down pat, from the buildings to the clothes and the interior decorating. Plus, this volume finally included a scene that really tugged at my heartstrings, pretty much the first time I felt any real emotion in this series.

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Reading Progress

01/31/2010 page 0
01/31/2010 page 186
96.88% "Together again? Why couldn't they have met before he got engaged. Ah well, we'll see what mom can do to fix it. When I have the money."

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