Swan, Volume 4

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WildStorm Productions, Sep 1, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 200 pages
26 Reviews
As the only exception to the Japan Ballet Association's scholarship program, underdog dancer Hijiri Masumi trains hard every day with other students who have all won the right to train under the best dance instructors. Because Masumi's technique leaves much to be desired, master instructor and genius dancer Alexei Sergeiev demands that she return to the basics to improve her technique. Masumi practices diligently, so that she will be chosen as one of three student performers in the Japan Ballet Company's special performance in Moscow. Eventually, some of the ballet students depart for various destinations around the world to further their dance careers. As Alexei leaves for Moscow, he reminds her once again to master the basics, because her journey has just begun. Hearing this heartening message, Masumi vows to work hard, and returns to the ballet studio to practice, only to find a handsome new foreign student has arrived. Will this newcomer support her in her quest to develop as a dancer, or will romantic entanglements become an obstacle?

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Review: Swan: Volume 3 (Swan #3)

User Review  - Dana - Goodreads

I really felt sorry for Kyogoku-san, when a ballerina can't dance after an injury it feels like dying. Can a bird with broken wings learn to fly? Hijiri Masumi, the aspiring ballerina and heroine, is ... Read full review

Review: Swan: Volume 7 (Swan #7)

User Review  - Dana - Goodreads

God! I felt sorry for Masumi! Her heart was Royally broken! A link to the past may jeopardize Masumi's future! Now that Masumi has leapt ahead of her mentor Sayoko, the pressure is on to win the lead ... Read full review

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