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Call Me Princess epub

by Tomoko Taniguchi


Call Me Princess epub

ISBN: 1586648985

ISBN13: 978-1586648985

Author: Tomoko Taniguchi

Category: Young Adult

Subcategory: Literature & Fiction

Language: English

Publisher: CPM Manga; Gph edition (April 1, 2008)

Pages: 192 pages

ePUB book: 1437 kb

FB2 book: 1614 kb

Rating: 4.2

Votes: 342

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Now, I own "Call Me Princess" and "Princess Prince", I have read "Aquarium", and I want "Let's Stay Together Forever", all of which are by Tomoko Taniguchi.

Now, I own "Call Me Princess" and "Princess Prince", I have read "Aquarium", and I want "Let's Stay Together Forever", all of which are by Tomoko Taniguchi. The art of "Call Me Princess" didn't appeal to me as much as the art of "Princess Prince", and the storyline itself was on a par with "Aquarium". I have not seen but glimpses of "Let's Stay Together Forever", so I can't compare. This is a wonderful story and I am not sorry I bought it.

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Age 3+. Original Japanese version published in 1993. Mako has dreams of being swept off her feet by a handsome prince. but mostly she just wants someone to love her and call her princess"-Page 4 of cover. 1 volume (unpaged) : 19 cm.

Tomoko Taniguchi’s work was previously seen in Colleen Doran’s A Distant Soil. Remember your first high school love? Everyone does. And Call Me Princess will help bring back memories of those innocent days of dreamy eyes and embarrassed blushes in classrooms and corridors.

Call Me Princess (?) (1999). Princess Prince (?) (2003).

Taniguchi recently designed her first fabric print for American clothing designer Samantha Re. .The first shoujo manga artist for Marvel Comic. Call Me Princess (?) (1999). Popcorn Romance (1992) (2003). Just a Girl (2 Volumes) (?) (2004). Miss Me? (1991) (2003). Spellbound: The Magic of Love (2001).

Call Me Princess book. Tomoko Taniguchi's work was previously seen in Colleen Doran's A Distant Soil. The story is told by Mako, a young freshman, as she is torn bet A heart-warming tale of teen romance, Miss Taniguchi's intricate art and true-to-life storytelling pull the reader into the story and won't let you go.

Tomoko Taniguchi is a wonderful shoujo manga artist. Call Me Princess is the story of a high school girl named Mako. She has a great design and drawing technique, as well as the ability to truthfully tell her stories in a touching, but true to life, way. She has always wanted someone to love her, and take care of her, and call her "princess" just like her brother in law Shin calls her sister.

Tomoko Taniguchi's work was previously seen in Colleen Doran's A Distant Soil. The story is told by Mako, a young freshman, as she is torn between her feelings for her first love, Yo, and newly arrived bad boy, Ryu.

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by Tomoko Taniguchi The love triangle becomes a square! Maki confronts Mako and makes her feelings for Yo very clear. Mako tries to explain the situation, but Maki will not compromise.

Mako has dreams of being swept off her feet by a handsome prince. She wants to forget about her high school trials and tribulations...but mostly she just wants someone to love her and call her princess.
Ryu isn't Makato's cousin at all... they're not even blood relatives. Ryu's brother is Makato's brother-in-law, which makes Ryu something like her in-in-law.
I found the book to be the extremes of mediocre Manga. There was nothing creative about it, and any humor relied on lukewarm anime cliches. Too many elements present fall under familiar areas; Makato meets her love interest while being the typical flustered, clutzy schoolgirl who accidently hurts him; her shared living conditions with him meets obstacles such as her being embaressed handling her feminine laundry around him. Her relationship with her friends is ouright boring, and the drama in Ryu's family hardly moves the readers. Reading the aprox. 6 pages on Ryu's past gave me something of a "so what?" reaction.
The art wasn't great- it was cute, but the cute is misused when the story is supposed to focus on conflict. The character design wasn't distinctive, but passable.
In short, the art is acceptable, but the plot, from beginning to ending, is droll and predictable (there's barely a point to reading it- it's what someone would use to mock teen drama stereotypes). I completely advise against buying call me princess- there's nothing innovative in it at all. At best, it offers a story that a reader can feel "comfortable" in, having experianced it a thousand times before. ONe good thing is that it consists of only one book- cheaper than buying a series. But if you want a story about family and love, you might want to try Marmalade Boy or Kare Kano instead.
First off, let me say that this is certainly a girl's manga. The sap flows like a river, the characters all have wide-eyes and bright smiles, and the happiness/anguish is written on every character's face. But that's not a bad thing. I happen to love shojo manga.
Others have detailed the plot, so I will just critique the art and story. Now, I own "Call Me Princess" and "Princess Prince", I have read "Aquarium", and I want "Let's Stay Together Forever", all of which are by Tomoko Taniguchi. The art of "Call Me Princess" didn't appeal to me as much as the art of "Princess Prince", and the storyline itself was on a par with "Aquarium". I have not seen but glimpses of "Let's Stay Together Forever", so I can't compare.
This is a wonderful story and I am not sorry I bought it. So, go out and get it!
The only bad thing about this book is that the main Character(Mako) falls in love with her cousin, Ryu.

Other than that it is a very good book. The illustrations are wonderful, and the story(besides the above) is captivating. I couldn't put it down till I had finished reading it. It has some very funny parts in it as well.
I truly enjoyed this book. The plot was sweet, the characters even more so and it was easy to relate to. Though, I must admit, I found it a tad boring. Compared to some other manga out there it's no big deal. This story is about a young girl learning about love, friendship and growing up.