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Gentlemen's Alliance , Vol. 1 af Arina…
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Gentlemen's Alliance , Vol. 1 (udgave 2007)

af Arina Tanemura

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In return for a business loan of 50 million yen, the prestigious Kamiya family gave their daughter Haine away to the Otomiya family. Haine, now an Otomiya, is appointed to the student council of the exclusive Imperial Academy, a private school for the aristocracy. Even though Haine is of proper lineage to be on the council, she finds herself struggling to find her place among the many secrets of its elite members, especially those of the president who holds her heart - Shizumasa Togu, aka "the Emperor." Haine has been in love with Shizumasa Togu since she read the fairy tale he wrote as a child. However, the Emperor is so well sequestered by the student council that she hasn't been able to speak to him in the three months she's been at the academy. And as rumor has it, he already has a lover...… (mere)
Medlem:Labygirl
Titel:Gentlemen's Alliance , Vol. 1
Forfattere:Arina Tanemura
Info:VIZ Media LLC (2007), Edition: 1, Paperback, 208 pages
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek
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Nøgleord:fantasy, romance

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Hmm. I was confused. This was confusing.

I got the idea - the adopted high schooler is pretty much at the bottom on the social scale of her high school. The head student council dude is called The Emperor (?!) and she's in love with him.

The art was confusing to me. Lots of stuff going on in these pictures and I had trouble following it all. I had a hard time, too, as it jumped from scene to scene. Half the time I was confused as to who was talking and what they were doing.

Story line wasn't enough to keep me interested in the series. Maybe if I were younger? But I'd still be confused!

And - I also found the school doctor and his thing for Ushio - one of the students - a bit disturbing. I realize it's Japanese manga and it's not my culture but I thought I'd mention it. ( )
  Chica3000 | Dec 11, 2020 |
When I first received this book, I wasn't sure what to think. I won this copy in a raffle at an English edition release of one of the author's other series. With a little bit of trepidation because it is listed as a shoujo and looked to be a possible romance, which I don't really care for typically, I began reading my signed copy. Before I knew what had occurred, a couple hours had passed before I finished the book. What amazed me most was how long it took me to read the story. Normally a manga that size I would finish in about 30 minutes. There was enough intrigue and decent drawings that I found myself making sure I really looked at the pages as I read them. I am going to have to get vol 2, too bad it isn't likely I would get that volume signed.

Ok, that wasn't really a review as such.

The story takes place at an exclusive private school. Each student's family is already in a place of power and on the rich side. Inside the school, there are several 'levels' to the student structure. Bronze students are basic students, while Silver students enjoy a few privileges. The most elite, rich and powerful students are Gold. Students can earn points to raise in level, but the quickest way to achieve higher levels is via donations from the wealthy families. Our story follows a young lady who helps her family by working part-time jobs and is one of the bronze students. There is only one Gold student in the school and he has a special entrance and is called the Emperor. Of course, our "heroine" is obsessed with him (Not in love, no, not that!) because he helped her randomly when they were younger.

The story starts a bit slow, telling a little about the school and students and how they interact, and then our little lady begins climbing the social ladder... completely by accident of course.

The Emperor is cool. Literally. He keeps a stony unaffected mask and is the head of the student council. Nearly everyone respects him for his status and his leadership.

When our two heroes begin interacting, that is when the story begins to take off. ( )
  niaskywalk | Dec 27, 2016 |
Really great art and an interesting story. I love all the comedy and friendships. A fun read. Imho, the mailman steals the show, the whole way through. *swoon*. ( )
  fuzzydeadthing | Jul 18, 2010 |
This is a wonderful story about a young girl named Haine who is determined to get close to the boy who helped her during a rough time when she was younger. Haine deals with many problems on her journey including a couple of secrets about herself, her family and they boy that she loves. The secrets in Haines life lead to a lot of drama but a nice ending. ( )
1 stem montse2 | Apr 14, 2010 |
As usual, Tanemura-sensei's drawings are spectacular. This novel fell short though because the main character was drawn so cute and sweet that I couldn't believe she was really a brawling hoodlum with anger issues. ( )
  molloaggie | Mar 25, 2010 |
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In return for a business loan of 50 million yen, the prestigious Kamiya family gave their daughter Haine away to the Otomiya family. Haine, now an Otomiya, is appointed to the student council of the exclusive Imperial Academy, a private school for the aristocracy. Even though Haine is of proper lineage to be on the council, she finds herself struggling to find her place among the many secrets of its elite members, especially those of the president who holds her heart - Shizumasa Togu, aka "the Emperor." Haine has been in love with Shizumasa Togu since she read the fairy tale he wrote as a child. However, the Emperor is so well sequestered by the student council that she hasn't been able to speak to him in the three months she's been at the academy. And as rumor has it, he already has a lover...

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