[Pdf or Kindle ePUB] Ojōsama No Untenshu ✓ Keiko Ishihara


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  • Ojōsama No Untenshu
  • Keiko Ishihara
  • en
  • 06 March 2017
  • 9781421586458

10 thoughts on “Ojōsama No Untenshu

  1. says:

    Absolutely not for me The historical setting is little than window dressing and the central relationship didn't feel at all romantic to me There's a weird imbalance of power and feelings and I just couldn't get into it

  2. says:

    The art is stunning Then again I won't pick up a manga unless I like the art That being said the story was boring nothing r

  3. says:

    This one is a real page turner however not much is accomplished by the end of the volume Narutaki makes his feelings for Yoshimura extremely well known but she never seems to grow to really see him that way I feel like a romance could blossom between them in later volumes if she would stop worrying so much about social classesstatuses and wo

  4. says:

    I've loved her from the moment we metSet in the Taishou era Sayaka Yoshimura is a lady of new money Her father neglected her after an accident killed her mother and left Sayaka crippled for life The only solace

  5. says:

    The Heiress and the Chauffeur was a bit of a mixed bag for me I liked the premise forbidden love during Japan’s Taisho era because hey it sounds like a Japanese Downton Abbey I can get down with that Sayaka and Narutaki’s relationship feels genuine enough although there isn’t a lot of context to support their deep connection I even lik

  6. says:

    Ah forbidden love is always the sweetest kind of love 3

  7. says:

    I read both volumes of this two book series back to back and oh my is it so very poorly done The dialogue is awful the placement of w

  8. says:

    This was a neat little historical manga that takes place during the Taisho era early 20th century about the growing forbidden relationship between a teenage heiress and her chauffeur The art is lovely and I liked the main characters—their personalities were well developed Kazuko Yoshimura is the top student in the prestigious finishing school her father has enrolled her in but she’s from a new money family so deals

  9. says:

    This was a great by chance find for meThe series is complete after volume 2 so after flipping through the first volume in BN I grabbed both to enjoy a nice short series for onceYou know how there are some manga ka whose art is for the most part really nice and they're really recognizable Tanemura Arina Hino Matsuri Watase Yuu but there migh

  10. says:

    In SummaryIf you’re looking for a historical romance with spot on details you’re better off looking elsewhere But if you like devoted bis

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Ojōsama No Untenshu

And her classmates all revere her So when Narutaki ignores decorum and breaks school rules to protect Sayaka will she stand by him or dismiss him as the school demand I read both volumes of this two book series back to back and oh my is it so very poorly done The dialogue is awful the placement of word balloons and captions is annoying the art and themes are absolutely generic and the story is just dumb The creator writes repeatedly in the behind the scenes sidebars that the original Japanese editor was constantly rejecting her ideas and dictating changes Now I have to wonder if that editor kept the series from being even worse or was the reason it is so bad

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Sayaka scoffs at the rumors but could a romance between master and servant actually be brewingSayaka wears a crimson ribbon that signals she is at the top of her class The Heiress and the Chauffeur was a bit of a mixed bag for me I liked the premise forbidden love during Japan s Taisho era because hey it sounds like a Japanese Downton Abbey I can get down with that Sayaka and Narutaki s relationship feels genuine enough although there isn t a lot of context to support their deep connection I even liked that Sayaka isn t all wimpy even though she has an injured foot and her parents are gone She has a lot of girl power that we don t always see in shojo manga and it is refreshing when the protagonist isn t a spineless husk I even liked the illustrations but it still didn t wow meMaybe it s because of the whole master servant dynamic but I felt that their re

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At an all girls school during the Taisho era in Japan rumors swirl that heiress Sayaka Yoshimura is having a forbidden love affair with her chauffeur Shinobu Narutaki This one is a real page turner however not much is accomplished by the end of the volume Narutaki makes his feelings for Yoshimura extremely well known but she never seems to grow to really see him that way I feel like a romance could blossom between them in later volumes if she would stop worrying so much about social classesstatuses and would just follow her heart I hope that that will end up happening