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by Yumi Tamura

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Author:
Yumi Tamura
ISBN13:
978-1591162469
ISBN:
1591162467
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Publisher:
VIZ Media LLC; 1st edition (February 25, 2004)
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Literature & Fiction
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Hebatnya lagi yang membuatku sangat sangat kagum, Yumi Tamura menguatkan ikatan mereka tanpa terburu-buru dan alur yang keren, bisa dibuktikan dengan terbongkarnya identitas Shuri sang Raja Merah di buku ke-5. Tidak perlu ragu lagi, inilah lambang dari cover not worth anything more.

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Yumi Tamura is a Japanese manga artist. Her debut short story, Ore-tachi no Zettai Jikan ("This is the Time for Us"), was published in 1983 in Bessatsu Shōjo Comic and received the 1983 Shogakukan Grand Prize for new artists

Yumi Tamura is a Japanese manga artist. Her debut short story, Ore-tachi no Zettai Jikan ("This is the Time for Us"), was published in 1983 in Bessatsu Shōjo Comic and received the 1983 Shogakukan Grand Prize for new artists. Since then, she has completed more than 50 compiled volumes of short stories and continuing series

Basara - The spirit of freedom which denies old authority, transcending traditions and customs. Born under a prophecy that will liberate and unite Japan, Sarasa has had to take her brother Tatara’s place as the Boy of Destiny.

Basara - The spirit of freedom which denies old authority, transcending traditions and customs. Fighting for the oppressed, Sarasa journeys across Japan to gain allies and defeat her enemies-all while keeping her identity a secret! Basara won the Shogakukan Manga Award for shoujo in 1992.

Sarasa and Shuri travel toward Kanto to attack the Blue King. Assumed to be runaway slaves, they are captured by the Blue King's Royal Guard and forced to compete in the infamous Suzkuka Murder Race, in which slaves must run for their lives and avoid being killed by men on horseback and chariots. If they can make it through the Suzuka Ridge and return to Nagoya, they can claim an extraordinary prize.