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Savage Garden

Savage Garden

Alternative Titles

Japanese: 새비지 가든


Type: Manhwa
Volumes: 7
Chapters: 29
Status: Finished
Published: 2008 to May 2011
Authors: Lee, Hyeon-Sook (Story & Art)
Serialization: Issue


Score: 7.931 (scored by 2038 users)
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Ranked: #11742
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Popularity: #2072
Members: 4,438
Favorites: 109
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In 18th century England, Gabriel, an orphan girl from a fallen noble family befriended a young man named Jeremy, who was rumored to be an illegitimate child of a nobleman. After an incident occurred, Gabriel must impersonate her friend Jeremy, taking his place at an all boys academy for nobles, a place that may seem like heaven to others, but really hides a harshness which she would never have imagined.

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Savage Garden was published in Polish by Yumegari from September 2013 to January 28, 2016.


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Oct 4, 2013
henyome (All reviews)
Despite positive initial impressions, the dark ambience and uniquely dark tone can only take you so far with an ending that drops out of nowhere like a lead balloon (don't worry, I'll spare you the gory details - AKA spoilers). Disappointment? Yes. Raging fangirls? I count myself in their numbers. Grab your torch and pitchfork, because if you have stuck with this manhwa since the beginning, you probably have a bone to pick with Lee Hyeon-Sook considering the subpar ending that was delivered. But watch your step, there are plot holes everywhere.

With a plot that does not deliver, Savage Garden strangely starts off with some read more
May 27, 2013
Eitoku (All reviews)
One of the greatest pleasures in reading Savage Garden is the eerie and mysterious ambiance it gives. Compared to the other gender benders I've read, I personally find this really unique with its darker portrayal of such genre.

Artistically, I was captivated. The characters are pretty and the settings look peaceful. It was indeed the perfect combination with such an intriguing plot.

Setting aside the fact that this was a shoujo fantasy, I find the story quite original. We have messed up characters who are living in an era where there's plenty of political intrigues and where most of their fates were already decided - and read more
Jun 18, 2012
mori_no_shine (All reviews)
It took me a long time to finish this manhwa because I was dreading the day it would be over. The art is amazing, very korean style but beautiful. I'm very particular about the artwork of the manga I read, and if I don't like the art I usually don't even bother to read the manga.
So, it could be said that I was captivated by the art at first. For people like me, this manhwa is full of beautiful drawings, beautifully drawn characters and equally beautiful backgrounds. From the soft eyes of Jeremy/Gabriel, to the mere shoes she wore, it was all enchanting. Every read more
Dec 8, 2010
2Precious (All reviews)
In England, a female name Gabriel; an orphan girl from a fallen noble family becomes close friends with a young man named Jeremy, who is rumored to be an illegitimate child of a nobleman. Gabriel who is fated to be sold off to a nobleman as a maid servant, has a goal to becoming a nurse...Jeremy gets a letter from his nobleman parents saying they are coming to get him and send him to a prestigious school. Knowing this Jeremy is excited while Gabriel becomes jealous. A unforeseen accident occurs and Jeremy becomes ill...That night Gabriel watches over him. The next morning Gabriel wakes read more


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