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Review: Arata: The Legend, Vol. 01 (Arata: The Legend #1)

User Review  - Megan Sanchez - Goodreads

Picked this up at the library hoping that it would be a new Fushigi Yugi... and it is to some degree. This time, the story focuses on two young men, both named Arata, who switch places between worlds ... Read full review

Review: Arata: The Legend, Vol. 02 (Arata: The Legend #2)

User Review  - Alice Paterra - Goodreads

I like it, but the drawings make it hard to differentiate the characters Read full review

Review: Arata: The Legend, Vol. 01 (Arata: The Legend #1)

User Review  - John Christensen - Goodreads

Yuu Watase is fairly well known at this point for her work on Fushigi Yugi, a manga about a Japanese school girl teleported to a strange world. Its quite a good manga, with a good anime adaptation for ... Read full review

Review: Arata: The Legend, Vol. 07 (Arata: The Legend #7)

User Review  - Kayla Perry - Goodreads

I might keep reading this, but I'm pretty bored by Watase's tropes. Ceres was one of the first manga I ever read so I feel some loyalty to her, but this star-crossed lovers over different worlds thing is getting way old. Read full review

Review: Arata: The Legend, Vol. 01 (Arata: The Legend #1)

User Review  - Erin O'Riordan - Goodreads

In this charming parallel-worlds fantasy, two young men named Arata trade places. One Arata lives in contemporary Japan, where he's the target of high school bullies. The other Arata is the ... Read full review

Review: Arata: The Legend, Vol. 01 (Arata: The Legend #1)

User Review  - Sandy - Goodreads

Definitely a book I was hoping to re-read before posting my review because there was certainly a lot to take in as there always is with alternate universes but I didn't have enough time this weekend ... Read full review

Review: Arata: The Legend, Vol. 01 (Arata: The Legend #1)

User Review  - Douglas Cootey - Goodreads

Great setup for a new series. Betrayal and trust are the motivating emotional triggers for the main characters. In fact, the bullying was depicted so realistically that I became uncomfortable. The art was exceptional as well. I look forward to volume two. Read full review


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