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Dawn of the Arcana, Volume 1

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  • Posted April 15, 2013

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    Surprising

    Never heard of this but in the summary read the name Loki and immediately wanted to read this. But at the same time, the summary sounded interesting none the less. The main character surprised me and I was like, wow, is she going to be a strong heroine? Thank you and smiled when she stood up for herself. I was like, finally! And it seems there's more to the prince too. Very good start to a series I just might continue reading.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 11, 2013

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    This is an amazing series that has a lot of depth and emotion b


    This is an amazing series that has a lot of depth and emotion both in the characters and the storyline. I was a bit unsure of this at first, but after the first chapter was quickly drawn in. The story is a bit slow at first, but has enough intrigue and action to keep me at the edge of my seat.

    By far the best part of this series is the relationships between the three main characters Nakaba, Loki, and Caesar. They each have their own unique personality and many times they clash with each other, but little by little we see some of the softer sides of them and how even when they absolutely hate each other they are able to bring out the best of each other.

    Nakaba is calm and generally level headed, but her fiery temper comes to the forefront whenever someone threatens Loki. Nakaba and Loki do not have a romantic relationship, but their love for one another clearly shows through. Loki would give his life for Nakaba and she in turn would do the same. Although I love these two I did like seeing them coming to trust others a little more as the series went on. It showed how much they had grown.

    On a side note I am secretly hoping that maybe just maybe there will be something between Nakaba and Loki in the future, but so far no good.

    Caesar definitely has one of the bigger personalities in the book. He is obnoxious, arrogant, rude, insensitive, and yet at the strangest moments a softer side of him is shown. I think out of all of the characters he has grown the most. Though it happens gradually he does seem to show more of his true self as the series progresses. I liked this character because of how interesting and unique he was. He may not be someone I would be friends with in real life, but he definitely brings makes things livelier wherever he goes.

    I cannot wait to read more of this series and highly recommend this to all shojo fans!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 24, 2013

    I'm glad I took a chance on this series...I've read through volu

    I'm glad I took a chance on this series...I've read through volume 6 and the storyline keeps getting better...!

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