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ePub More Starlight To Your Heart Volume 1 download
Author:
Hiro Matsuba
ISBN13:
978-1413902068
ISBN:
1413902065
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Publisher:
ADV Manga (December 7, 2004)
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Literature & Fiction
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Rating:
4.5
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In fact, I didn't even know that ADV stopped producing it since I never went looking for subsequent volumes.

The artwork is very cutesy and beautiful, but the story line was a little hard to follow - I had some trouble telling the characters apart, given their similar outfits (but maybe that's because I was new to manga). I thought Akane was simply too childish and Kasuga too evil - they didn't strike me as real people, but caricatures instead. In fact, I didn't even know that ADV stopped producing it since I never went looking for subsequent volumes. Nov 25, 2014 Frances rated it it was amazing.

Book 1 of 2 in the More Starlight to Your Heart Series. The clothing designs of the Heian period and social status of the characters is very accurate which makes for a tale that's just THAT much more real-sounding. But even more than that is the art itself.

The art work also is very good. I recomend the whole series. This book is a must though if you like romance manga.

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More Starlight to Your Heart (もっと☆心に星の輝きを, Motto Kokoro ni Hoshi no Kagayaki o) is a manga series by Hiro Matsuba. It was serialized in Comic Blade.

Book in the More Starlight to Your Heart Series). it was very interesting and funny. i recommend this book to EVERYONE! it was my first manga book, too. 0. Report.

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Destination, rates & speeds. 4. More Starlight To Your Heart Volume 1. Hiro Matsuba. Published by ADV Manga (2004). ISBN 10: 1413902065 ISBN 13: 9781413902068.

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Redirected from More Starlight To Your Heart). More Starlight to Your Heart (Japanese: もっと☆心に星の輝きを, Hepburn: Motto Kokoro ni Hoshi no Kagayaki o) is a manga by Hiro Matsuba.

Akane is a charming young girl with two separate identities. Growing up as a princess in the Dainagon family, she befriends Aogi, who, as he matures, takes a position with the Inner Guards at the Imperial Palace, thus becoming unavailable to the outside world. When the long-lasting separation from her childhood chum becomes unbearable, Akane must assume a second persona, that of a servant of the Imperial Palace. But entering the gates of the castle doesn't get her any closer to Aogi, and soon, these star-crossed lovers are breaking all the rules for that sweet reunion they both crave.
  • This is a love story.

    It makes no attempt to be anything else. Set during the Heian Era in Japan (an era that's proving as popular for manga/anime released in the U.S. as the Warring States), it's visually accurate (especially with regard to the clothing) and the story is just complex enough to hold an older reader's attention without confusing a younger one.

    The manners, customs, and behavior of the era are captured well, and the love story is--gasp!--believable! This isn't a case of unrequited love, or bad-boy-turning good/shy-victim-girl. Aogi and Akane love each other, they know it, Akane's mother knows it, her *brother* knows it. It's cultural prohibitions that are causing their obstacles.

    When I said this was a love story, I meant it on several levels. While the focus is Aogi and Akane, we also see Captain Tou's protectiveness and affection for his sister, Lady Naishinokami's love and concern for her daughter, even the devotion of Akane's servant Sayo. (We even get a few great moments with the hero-worshipping assistant lieutenant Gen and the 'snobby' omnyoji who is Tou's friend, though neither will admit it.)

    Good character-driven stories with strong historical settings are hard to find. Snap this one up.

  • Being a rather experienced anime/manga person myself, I have to say this manga is one of the best single manga I have ever read. I have enjoyed many different types of anime and manga, including Tenchi Muyo, Kenshin, Cowboy Bebop, .Hack//sign, Inuyasha (GAHHH!!!), Wolf's Rain, FLCL, and Excel Saga. As far as one manga goes, I enjoyed "Starlight" alot becasue I didn't have to read the entire series or even any other volumes to understand whats going on or to explain the characters. As far as characters go, It's difficult for me to choose a favorite as I like nearly all of them, which is a first as in all the other series I listed above I have disliked many weak or annoying characters. Most of the characters here are interesting and fun. The plot flow was nice and kept my attention, another thing some series lack.(*cough*Wolf's Rain*cough*) If I had to pick one thing about this manga that caught me the most, it has to be the setting. I love the historical Japanese setting, more so than in Kenshin, as this has less fight scenes that get exasusting to watch after awhile. The almost dreamy atmosphere of this manga was very relaxing as right before I read this, my anime world consisted mostly of the Kenshin Legend of Kyoto box set that is wonderful, yet nerve-wrecking to watch (Kenshin vs. Aoshi) and sometimes sad. (Poor Sojiro!) I was also getting a rightly amount of Wolf's Rain, which is self-explanitory to those who know it, and completely useless to those who don't. Anyway, awesome manga, I can't wait to read the second one, and sorry for rambling on and on.... Oh, and Hikoboshi was great, and this is coming from a dog person.

  • damages are to expect for such a low cost book , some pages are ripped but I'm glad I finally have my hands on this rear novel

  • i loved this book. it was very interesting and funny. i recommend this book to EVERYONE! it was my first manga book, too.

  • I happened to pick up the second volume of this manga at a scholastic book fair that was held at my school. I didn't realize that I bought volume 2 and was slightly disappointed but then after I started reading it, I found it was very easy to get into the series without actually having read the first one. I purchased volume 1 from amazon that same day.

    One thing that makes this manga interesting is that Hiro Matsuba did a great deal of research before compiling ideas. The clothing designs of the Heian period and social status of the characters is very accurate which makes for a tale that's just THAT much more real-sounding.

    But even more than that is the art itself. While it may not be Yuu Watase art, it's about as close as you're going to get without going overboard. It's beautiful and with the pictures you can almost feel what the characters are feeling.

    The "forbidden" romance between Akane and Aogi makes for a very good story. Akane (the stereotypical clutz) and heroine of this story, has the brightest personality and seems to fit just right with Aogi. All she ever wants to do is make him happy and be with him. Although this may be demanding of him at times, it adds such a cuteness to the whole story.

    I also love Hikoboshi (her cat). He may not be a main character or anything but the story would be slightly bland without him dropping a dead animal on the floor here and there. That, and he's just the most adorable thing.

    So anyway, there are many cute little 'moments' in volume 1. If you're a fan of that sort of thing then I'm sure you'll love this book.

  • I'm not typically into romance type stories. I like a little more action and adventure but I couldn't help but love this story. The characters were intriguing and I happily followed the story of our clumsy heroine. I even noted some of her emotional growth early on which made me happy since some stories of this nature tend to drag on.

    By the end of the first volume I wanted to know more and searched for the second volume.

    This series is worth a look although I do find myself wondering if the company will ever release a third volume. If you don't mind waiting then I strongly suggest this series.