Sokora Refugees, Volume 1

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TokyoPop, Apr 12, 2005 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 192 pages
3 Reviews
Kana thought her life couldn't get any worse--she was consistently behind on her schoolwork, she had no luck with the boys, and she was the only one of her friends who hadn't "blossomed" yet. However, when the new boy in class conjures up a portal in the girl's shower, she is transported to the magical world of Sokora--wearing nothing but a small cotton robe... Now, on top of landing at the center of a giant battle between good and evil, she finds that her body is beginning to go through some tremendous changes.

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User Review  - Marasha - Borders

I started the series when it was online, and immediately went out and bought the books when i heard they were for sale at Borders. The plot is good, if done, but the characters are likeable and the laughs never stop. Read full review

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I tried to read more manga from non-Japanese authors. Well this one was interesting as far as the plot is concerned I never read anything quite like it. However I have a big problem with the art, even ... Read full review


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