Paradise Kiss, Volume 3

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TokyoPop, Oct 15, 2002 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 184 pages
140 Reviews
It turns out that Yukari is a natural when it comes to modeling. In no time, her career takes off, and soon she's fielding offers from bigtime modeling agencies. But she soon discovers she needs her parents' consent before anyone can represent her. Yeah, like that's ever going to happen! When Yukari asks the love of her life, George, for some professional guidance, he gives her grief - not answers. Does this guy even know the meaning of love? Yukari is beginning to wonder if he's worth her time - or her devotion.

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Very unique and beautiful art work. - Goodreads
The story was interesting, but I hated the ending. - Goodreads
Fairly good storyline...artwork is very unique. - Goodreads
i hate the ending.But i love this one.. - Goodreads
I liked the plot, but not the characters. - Goodreads
Lovely art work a really good read. - Goodreads

Review: Paradise Kiss, Vol. 5 (Paradise Kiss #5)

User Review  - Elizabeth Frum - Goodreads

Ahhh, crying. Huggs to you Caroline. So much heart in this series. Read full review

Review: Paradise Kiss, Vol. 4 (Paradise Kiss #4)

User Review  - Elizabeth Frum - Goodreads

One of my favorite series of all time Read full review

About the author (2002)

Ai Yazawa is the creator of many popular manga titles, including "Tenshi Nanka Janai" ("I'm No Angel") and "Gokinjo Monogatari" ("Neighborhood Story"). Another series, "Kagen no Tsuki" ("Last Quarter"), was made into a live-action movie and released in late 2004. American readers were introduced to Yazawa's stylish and sexy storytelling in 2002 when her title "Paradise Kiss" was translated into English.

"Nana" has become the all-time best selling shojo title from Japanese publishing giant, Shueisha. Cumulative sales from the first 12 graphic novels have sold more than 22 million copies and the series even garnered a Shogakukan Manga Award in the Girls' category in 2003. A live-action "Nana" movie is scheduled to hit Japanese theaters in the fall of 2005.

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