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Little Queen Volume 1

Yeon-Joo Kim

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ISBN 10: 1598166395 / ISBN 13: 9781598166392
Published by TokyoPop, 2006
Used Condition: Very Good Soft cover
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Title: Little Queen Volume 1

Publisher: TokyoPop

Publication Date: 2006

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Very Good

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Class rivals June and Lucia vie for the honor of being named the Queen of Light, entrusted with protecting the people from the King of Darkness. June is an attractive girl whose feisty, hot temper and general laziness may prevent her from receiving the crown...Lucia has a more regal quality and a strong desire to match, but she is always overshadowed by June. Will petty jealousies, love triangles, and one cute boy interfere with the Queen's royal duty?!

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Grade 9 Up–Sixteen-year-old June, a fiery, stubborn student, is a contender to be the Queen of Light in her magical world. Her topmost opponent is shy, soft-spoken Lucia, and the two girls also vie for the attention of handsome Sejuru, June's longtime childhood friend. When the rivalry between the girls intensifies, hijinks ensue. This first volume (of a forecasted series of eight) is typical manhwa fare, showcasing beautiful characters with large, expressive eyes and long swirling tendrils of hair. The plot offers high action and stops often to poke fun at itself and other popular manga series (such as Sailor Moon), making for a decidedly light story. June, Lucia, and Sejuru's characters are not particularly well developed and are somewhat flat in this volume. Their world is also not clearly defined for readers with no definitive understanding of an overall schema besides the mundane assignment of light and dark for good and evil. Teens will most likely enjoy the book without a hitch, though, especially in its moments of parody and the frothy romantic setup. An additional purchase for most libraries.–Jennifer Feigelman, Goshen Public Library and Historical Society, NY
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