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Eden no Hana

Eden no Hana

Alternative Titles

English: Flower of Eden
Synonyms: Eden's Flower, Flower of Eden
Japanese: エデンの花


Type: Manga
Volumes: 12
Chapters: 42
Status: Finished
Published: 2000 to 2004
Genres: Drama, Romance, Shoujo
Authors: Suetsugu, Yuki (Story & Art)
Serialization: Bessatsu Friend


Score: 7.581 (scored by 1209 users)
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Ranked: #30012
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Popularity: #3370
Members: 2,868
Favorites: 35
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A schoolgirl who was adopted by a family experiences hardships at school and home. Her foster family treats her as Reika, their daughter who had died a couple years ago. Suddenly, her real blood-related brother appears before her, who has been searching for her for years. Now her life is turned upside down. Will she learn to trust other people again? (Source: MU)


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Jul 27, 2017
chaeronea (All reviews)
Quite honestly, I would give this a nine, but I cannot and will not condone plagiarism. Even though it was only a few panels, it was enough to cease all publications and cancel the English release. However, it is very honorable that Suetsugu-sensei did not deny the usage of other manga for Eden no Hana.

I found the story extremely engaging, and really made you want to read even more, which was exactly what the author had intended. At times, though, some of the drama was unnecessary. That is a problem that is commonly found in shoujo manga- Obvious attempts to make you cry can read more
Jan 8, 2011
Vinefeather (All reviews)
The story revolves around 15 year-old Midori, who has been adopted into a family where she has served as a replacement for their deceased child, Reika. I can't say much more than that without spoiling it, but it's an interesting plot overall. 9.

The art was very realistic and detailed. The mangaka does a really good job with showing emotion through her drawings, and with expressing the darkness within the characters through their faces. 9.

The characters were okay in my opinion. Midori's character was quite well-developed and realistic, but Tokio seems too perfect at times. The other characters were about average, with average development. Character backgrounds read more


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