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Global Garden (Manga)

Global Garden

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English: Global Garden
Japanese: グローバル・ガーデン


Type: Manga
Volumes: 8
Chapters: 40
Status: Finished
Published: 2001 to 2005
Genres: Drama, Sci-Fi, Shoujo
Authors: Hiwatari, Saki (Story & Art)
Serialization: Hana to Yume


Score: 7.611 (scored by 588 users)
Ranked: #31502
Popularity: #3459
Members: 1,120
Favorites: 20
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Living in regret that his formula gave birth to the atomic bomb, Professor Einstein sends two boys whose eyes can see the future on a train that travels at the speed of light before embarking on his own final adventure: death. His hope is that they will find "HER" and tell her his wish, for it is only she who can grant it.

Fifty years later, it is 2005 and the place is Tokyo. At last, "SHE" (Ruika) has been found... but Ruika has an unusual circumstance. For her mother's sake, she's been living as her dead brother since childhood. Does Ruika truly have the power to grant wishes? If she grants her mother's wish by becoming a boy, then no one can lead us into the GLOBAL GARDEN... Now it's a race against time and against each other, because everyone has a dark past and an ulterior motive for possessing the girl who can grant Einstein's wish.

(Source: ShoujoMagic)


Atsuki, Ruika

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Dec 6, 2012
“I am Albert Einstein, and I want to tell the world this...”

April 15th, 1955 in Princeton: Albert Einstein died while in hospital care. The only one to hear his last words was an American nurse who understood no German. And this is where the manga starts; basing it’s story off the Einstein myth.

“...'Global Garten'.”

Needless to say, this is a manga created by Saki Hiwatari (famously known for the classic Please Save My Earth). It was serialized from 2001 to 2005, and today, still remains as one of her longer works. Many themes prevalent in Please Save My Earth is clearly reused here (identity crises, gender-bending, read more
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both are historically based manga that jump back and forth from past times to modern times
Saki Hiwatari, the author, keeps the same genre and feel in these two manga. They are dramatic sci-fi stories that focus on the characters and their relationships.

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