Aquarian Age: Juvenile Orion, Volume 1

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Broccoli International USA, Incorporated, Dec 21, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction - 208 pages
12 Reviews
Sixteen year old Mana returns to her hometown to unite with her childhood sweetheart after 7 years. But Kaname seems to have changed during their years apart. Mana's presence sets off a chain of events that changes the lives of Kaname and his best friend Naoya forever. Their classmates Isshin and Tsukasa, and their teacher Tomonori find themselves drawn to her as well. They soon discover that they are all a part of the Aquarian Age - a secret war raging for thousands of years. Now the fate of the world hangs in the balance as one girl meets her destiny.

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Review: Juvenile Orion, Volume 1

User Review  - Patrice - Goodreads

I bought this series on a whim because it was short and I liked the art style on the cover. The world and characters were surprisingly complex, especially considering how brief the series is. I like the premise. Read full review

Review: Juvenile Orion, Volume 1

User Review  - LHOOQ - Goodreads

I did not get this book. No matter how many times I read it, I still had no comprehension of what was going on or if I even should care. I wouldn't not recommend it because I didn't care for it, though. Give it a try if you're feeling froggy. Read full review

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