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Japanese: レディ!!


Type: Manga
Volumes: 12
Chapters: 59
Status: Finished
Published: 1987 to 1993
Authors: Hanabusa, Youko (Story & Art)
Serialization: Hitomi


Score: 7.601 (scored by 83 users)
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Ranked: #26372
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Popularity: #13695
Members: 264
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Volumes: /12
Chapters: /59


The story starts with a 5-year-old Lynn traveling with her Japanese mother to England to meet her father. On their way there Lynn and her mother get into a tragic car accident in which Lynn's mother dies. After getting out of the hospital Lynn moves to live in a manor owned by her father who is an English nobleman. The motherless little girl tries to adjust to high society life and get the approval of her elder step sister, Sara, whose mother has also passed away. At first Sara seems cold and distant towards her new younger sister, because she fears that Lynn's open and cheerful personality will win over the attention of their father as well as the handsome young man who lives nearby, but...

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Jan 24, 2016
The synopsis doesn't really do this manga justice. Basically, Lady!! is an extended, melodramatic Cinderella story, although with a much more convoluted plot dynamics. Still, if you are looking for a melodramatic shoujo romance that is a little bit different, Lady!! is worth trying out.

The main character, Lynn, is an incredibly loving girl, caught between her dead mother's family in Japan, and her father's aristocratic family in England. Essentially, because her birth mother wasn't aristocratic, she isn't fully accepted by her English family, so she mostly lives in Japan. On her side stand her sickly half-sister Sarah, her read more
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