Ayeshah's Secret
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Ayeshah's Secret

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Synonyms: Ayeshah's Forest
Japanese: 艾莎的森林


Type: Manhua
Volumes: 2
Chapters: 11
Status: Finished
Published: Dec 1, 2012
Genres: DramaDrama
Authors: Zhang, Jing (Story & Art)
Serialization: None


Score: 7.461 (scored by 15001,500 users)
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Ranked: #28132
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Popularity: #4144
Members: 2,970
Favorites: 65
Ranked #2813Popularity #4144Members 2,970
ManhuaZhang, Jing (Story & Art)
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A tragic young girl whose mother died giving birth to her?

A wicked stepmother and three brothers with whom she shares no blood ties?

Murderous intent born from avarice and twisted emotions.

Secrets woven with betrayal, terror, deceit, love, death and vengeance?

All buried deep within Ayeshah's Forest, shrouded in darkness.

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Jul 12, 2016
schucks (All reviews)
With eleven chapters, the story is paced just right for the unfolding of a twisted mystery. When completely indulged in the story, one can find an emotional ride to the drama in this Cinderellaesque tale. The synopsis alone is captivating.

The art is superb. To be honest, the first thing that hooked me to this manga was the art cover. We may not have seen the same art cover but the one I saw was the side view of man with a long dark hair who appears to be adjusting the glove on his right hand. I hoped to myself that it would maintain the incredible read more
Nov 23, 2018
sodomized (All reviews)
Do you ever get annoyed by an anime/manga trope that isn't even a trope? A story so overly cliched yet so original that it leaves you perplexed. The more I read stuff like this, the more I realise how conservative this medium can be in regard to works being inspired by foreign literature and/or cinematography. Manhua's are fairly more wide-ranging, but they still end up in a same spot, dealing with a similar conundrum. It's only reasonable as they're obviously derivative of manga culture as a whole. With that being said, let's jump into it.

Enter Ayeshah, an ill-fated orphan who gets adopted by a bunch read more
May 16, 2016
AcutePneumonia (All reviews)
A dark fairy tale that was much more complex than the Cinderella story it took its inspiration from. The story was told elegantly with its own share of well made surprises. It made me feel like I was part of the realistically constructed universe. The characters felt human in that fairy tale fashion, with all characters having a purpose in the story. The art was realistically gorgeous with almost every panel looking like a painting. Overall, as an appreciator of death centric horrid tales of human's ugliness, Ayeshah's Secret was very enjoyable. Yet, it was also just that, a dark and complex fairy tale, which read more

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