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Mar 7, 2010
I've always loved reading a classic with a twist. It's no wonder that I've fallen for One Thousand and One Nights. This manhwa takes the tale of Arabian Nights and creates a story filled with treachery and betrayal, hope and courage, and love and its power to heal.

The story follows a young sultan named Shahryar who proposes a terrifying ultimatum for all the young women called to his harem: if the girl is a virgin, she is to die by the hand of the sultan; if she is not, she is to die by the hand of a close male relative.
To Sehara's horror, read more
Nov 16, 2009
We have a crown prince born out of wedlock, a mysterious bard, a shunned tribe of people, and power-hungry government officials pulling the strings from the shadows. Put it all together, and what do we get? One amazing manga!

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The story takes you back to a time and place where corrupt nobles take advantage of the fact that the king of the country is sick and unable to rule well. Enter Belca, (the crown prince born out of wedlock) an outcast who wants nothing to do with royalty. With his brother, Orcelito (legitimiate crown prince), Belca accidentally uncovers one of the nobles' well kept secrets. read more
Nov 16, 2009
Doubt (Manga) add (All reviews)
Personally, I didnt LOVE this manga.
Others, however might find it pretty enjoyable. I dont like beating around the bush, so lets get straight to business~

The story is pretty good--its somewhat original, at least. You have a popular interactive cell phone game called RABBIT DOUBT and a group of kids who suddenly find themselves experiencing firsthand the horror of having no one to trust in life-or-death circumstances.
"How does this happen?" you might ask.
Well, these kids are trapped in a dark, underground maze in the middle of nowhere. And they discover one of their friends brutally murdered in a room. They realize that the read more